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What’s On

March 2020

Saturday 1st February – Sunday 1st March

Tues-Sun 11-4pm

Closed Mondays

 

Rode Hall Snowdrop Walk

Rode Hall, Scholar Green, ST7 3QP

One of the North’s finest Snowdrop Walks set in a magnificent Repton Landscape. Entrance £5, children £2 and under 5’s free.

Sunday 1st March

2pm

Shadows in the Town

A Museum Walk

Congleton Museum

Meet at 2pm at the museum. Price including a cream tea £6.00

Friends of Congleton Museum £3.50

 

Tuesday 3rd March

1.45-4.15pm & 5.30pm-7.45pm

NHS Blood Donor Session

Congleton Town Hall

For more info www.blood.co.uk

Tuesday 3rd March

6.30pm

Congleton Unplugged

Judas

Congleton Library

Tickets available from Congleton Information Centre £6

Thursday 5th March

7pm

Congleton Unplugged

John Dhali

Cygnet Club

Congleton

Tickets available from Congleton Information Centre £6

Friday 6th March 

10.30am

 

PAS Find Days

Congleton Museum

Congleton Museum

Tuesday 9th – 14th March

7.30pm

The Full Monty

Trinity Amateur Operatic Society

Daneside Theatre

Tickets available from Congleton Information Centre

Friday 6th March

10.30am & 7pm

World Day of Prayer 2020

Praying with Zimbabwe

United Reformed Church

Congleton

All welcome. Light refreshments available after

Friday 6th March – Sunday 8th March

Congleton Unplugged

Congleton

Free entry music all weekend. Over 40 gigs at more than 14 venues around the town

Saturday 7th March

10am – 1pm

Miles of Pennies

St Stephen’s Church

Congleton

Bring your loose change and enjoy a cuppa and a chat. All proceeds to specialist nurses in organ donation at Macclesfield Hospital

Saturday 7th March

3.30pm-5.30pm

Free Concert

Kems

St Michael’s Church, Macclesfield,

SK10 1DY

Festival of contemporary music

3.30 Clarinet & Flutes duet

4.00 In C by Terry Riley (Instrumental)

4.55 Echoing Green and help with Adverbs (Vocal pieces)

 

Saturday 7th March

7.30pm

Living Music

Kems

St Michael’s Church, Macclesfield,

SK10 1DY

An Evening of contemporary composers and arrangers

Tickets available form Macclesfield VIC Adult £7 under 16 Free

Wednesday 11th – Tuesday 31st March

Art Exhibition

East Cheshire Eye Society

Congleton Museum

Ceramics, felt and story telling by people with visual impairments.

See museum website for opening times

Wednesday 11th March- 14th March

7.30pm

The Secret Garden

Alsager Community Theatre

Alsager Civic Centre

Tickets are £10, under 21s £5.

Available from 01260 276165 or Alsager Library

Wednesday 11th March

7.30pm

Children of Sand and the lost Quarries of Congleton

Congleton History Society

Library meeting room

Speaker – David Anwyn Jones

Visitors welcome at £3 per talk

Or become a member for only £10 for the whole year

Wednesday 11th March

7.30-8.00pm

Biddulph up in Arms Concerts

Robbie Cavanagh Band, St Lawrence Church

Biddulph

Tickets available from Congleton Visitor Info Centre £10 advance

Thursday 12th March

11am

Leisurely Walks

Friendly & Informal Local Walks

Scholar Green, Canal Walk

Meet in The Spinney ST7 3BB, Scholar Green. 2nd right hand turn after the Bleeding Wolf

Friday 13th March – Saturday 18th April

Art Exhibition

Tranquility

Electric Picture House, Spindle Mill, Spindle Street, Congleton

For more info. 01260 270908 or email electricpicturehouse@gmail.com

Friday 13th March

7.30pm

 

South East Cheshire Ornithological Society

Ettiley Heath Church Community Centre, Sandbach

Burton Mere Wetlands & the Dee Estuary a presentation by Graham Jones

Visitors and new members welcome for more info. 01270 582642

Sunday 15th March

4pm

 

Strauss Horn Concerto No 2

Kems Orchestra

Congleton Town Hall

Tickets available from Congleton Visitor Information Centre Tickets Adult £12, under 18 £2.50

Monday 16th March

1.45-4.15pm & 5.30pm-7.45pm

NHS Blood Donor Session

Congleton Town Hall

For more info www.blood.co.uk

Friday 20th March

8pm-12pm

Congleton Bear presents

Disco/Karaoke

The Masonic Hall, Congleton

Tickets £10 to include a pea & pie supper. All profits go to Congleton War Memorial Hospital. Doctors & Nurses fancy dress optional. Tickets avail from Congleton Kitchen,  Bank St.

Saturday 21st March

10am-2pm

Craft Market

The Old Saw Mill

Congleton

For more info contact Alex on 01260 277658

Saturday 21st March

7.30pm

The Four Horsemen

Electric Picture House, Spindle Mill, Spindle Street, Congleton

Doomsday is coming to Congleton

Tickets £10  For more info. 01260 270908 or email electricpicturehouse@gmail.com

 

Saturday 21st March – Saturday 28th March

Various Performances

Hairspray

Centre Stage Youth Company

Daneside Theatre

Tickets available from Congleton Visitor Information Centre

Thursday 26th March

11am

Leisurely Walks

Friendly & Informal Local Walks

Biddulph Country Park

Meet at the Country Park entrance ST8 7TZ

Thursday 26th March

2.30pm

Thursday Talks,

Congleton Library, downstairs meeting room.

(Nether Alderley Mill)

A talk about the history of this unique water mill. Free Entry

Donations to Congleton Museum

 

Friday 27th March

7.30-8pm

Biddulph up in Arms Concerts

Robert Vincent (Band), St Lawrence Church

Biddulph

Tickets available from Congleton Visitor Information Centre priced at £12

Saturday 28th March

10am-4pm

 

Makers Market

 

Artisan Market selling gifts, foods etc

Saturday 28th March

7pm

 

Congleton Youth Orchestra,

Congleton Town Hall,

A night at the Movies

 

Featuring music from ET, Wallace & Gromit, 633 Squadron, The Great Escape….. Tickets, Adults £7, under 16s £3. Available form Congleton Visitor Info Centre.

 

 

 

Daneside Theatre – Dates for your Diary

Thursday 14th May to Sat 7.30pm

Saturday matinee 2.30pm

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by Congleton Youth Theatre

Tickets £8 and matinee £7. Tickets available from Congleton Visitor Information Centre

Tuesday 9th June – 14th June

Blue Remembered Hills,

Congleton Players

Early bird tickets £9 until the end of April from Congleton Visitor Information Centre

Saturday 20th June

7.30pm

Pinked Floyd A Tribute Show

 

Tickets on sale at Congleton VIC

Discount Tickets on sale at Congleton Visitor Information Centre

 

Chester Zoo

Tickets are open-dated – no booking or transaction fees.

For more info please contact Congleton Visitor Information  Tel: 01260 271095

 

 

All tickets for the above are open dated.

NO BOOKING OR TRANSACTION FEES

 

THEATRE TICKETS ON SALE HERE

 

there are no booking or transaction fees on TICKETS bought through

Congleton VISITOR INFORMATION Centre FOR THE THEATRES BELOW. 

PROGRAMMES ARE AVAILABLE.

 

Buxton Opera House

 

Victoria Hall, Stoke on Trent

 

Regent Theatre, Hanley

 

New Vic Newcastle Under Lyme

 

 

Gifts and Souvenirs on sale at the

Visitor Information Centre

 

 

LOCAL INTEREST BOOKS & WALKING GUIDES

LOCALLY PRODUCED GIFTS

THEATRE GIFT CARDS

 

CONGLETON VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE – OPENING HOURS

Monday – Friday

Saturday

 

9-5pm

9.30-1.30pm

9.30-2.30pm

 

 

All year

October – March

April – September

Town Hall, High Street, Congleton, CW12 1BN

TEL: 01260 271095 / 387718

 @CongletonVIC

 

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A range of organisations and members of the public have provided details of events contained in this publication. Event details can often change at short notice. It is therefore advisable to check with the organisers that the event is going ahead before attending. Whilst every care has been taken in the compilation of this publication, and every attempt made to present up-to-date and accurate information, we cannot guarantee that inaccuracies will not occur. Cheshire East Council will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any inaccuracy or error within these pages.

 

 

Bromley Farm Youth Club DJ

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