Dance

If you have a dance event taking place in and around Macclesfield – this is the place to publicise it.

If you have an event you want publicised here then please email us via the contact form

 

  • Tue
    13
    Feb
    2018
    Sat
    31
    Mar
    2018
    Buxton Opera House & Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton, Derbyshire

  • Fri
    16
    Feb
    2018
    Thu
    15
    Mar
    2018
    Cinemac, Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield

     

    Recorded Information: 01625 423535

    Enquiries: 07871 422937

    Our auditorium Bar is open 30mins before screenings (subject to the film being shown, and at live by satellite events). Tea, coffee, prosecco, wine, beer and spirits are available and may be taken into the auditorium.

    Friday 16 February to Thursday 15 March

    Friday 16 February
    Early Man (PG) 5.30
    Downsizing (15) 8.00

    Saturday 17 February
    Coco (PG) 12.30
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Downsizing (15) 8.00

    Sunday 18 February
    Coco (PG) 12.30
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Downsizing (15) 8.00

    Monday 19 February
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Downsizing (15) 8.00

    Tuesday 20 February
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Downsizing (15) 8.00

    Wednesday 21 February
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Downsizing (15) 8.00

    Thursday 22 February
    Downsizing (15) 11.30
    Early Man (PG) 2.30, 4.30
    National Theatre Live: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 7.00

    Friday 23 February
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Fifty Shades Freed (18) 8.00

    Saturday 24 February
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Fifty Shades Freed (18) 8.00

    Sunday 25 February
    Early Man (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Fifty Shades Freed (18) 8.00

    Monday 26 February
    Fifty Shades Freed (18) 5.30, 8.00

    Tuesday 27 February
    Fifty Shades Freed (18) 5.30, 8.00

    Wednesday 28 February
    Fifty Shades Freed (18) 4.30

    Thursday 1 March
    Fifty Shades Freed (18) 5.30, 8.00

    Friday 2 March
    The Shape of Water (15) 5.15, 8.00

    Saturday 3 March
    Monster Family (PG) 3.00
    The Shape of Water (15) 5.15, 8.00

    Sunday 4 March
    Monster Family (PG) 3.00
    The Shape of Water (15) 5.15, 8.00

    Monday 5 March
    The Shape of Water (15) 4.00
    Royal Ballet As Live: The Winter's Tale 7.15

    Tuesday 6 March
    The Shape of Water (15) 3.30
    Royal Opera Live: Carmen 6.45

    Wednesday 7 March
    The Shape of Water (15) 5.15, 8.00

    Thursday 8 March
    The Shape of Water (15) 5.15, 8.00

    Friday 9 March
    The Mercy (12A) (15) 5.30
    Phantom Thread (15) 8.00

    Saturday 10 March
    cinema closed

    Sunday 11 March
    The Mercy (12A) (15) 5.30
    Phantom Thread (15) 8.00

    Monday 12 March
    The Mercy (12A) (15) 5.30
    Phantom Thread (15) 8.00

    Tuesday 13 March
    The Mercy (12A) (15) 5.30
    Phantom Thread (15) 8.00

    Wednesday 14 March
    The Mercy (12A) (15) 5.30
    Phantom Thread (15) 8.00

    Thursday 15 March
    The Mercy (12A) (15) 5.30
    Phantom Thread (15) 8.00

    Showing from Friday 16 March
    Peter Rabbit (PG)

    All listed films now bookable at cinemac.org.uk

  • Wed
    28
    Feb
    2018
    St. Michael's Parish Church, Market Place, Macclesfield

    The Big Barnaby Update

    St Michael’s Church, Macclesfield
    Weds 28 February, 7-8.30pm


    It’s hard to believe, but Barnaby’s now only a matter of months away  (June 15th to 24th 2018). To find out how the programme’s shaping up and how you can be involved,  just pop along to St Michael’s on Wednesday 28th Feb. If you can’t make it, don’t worry – there’ll be other meetings in March and April, or you can email mail@barnabyfestival.co.uk to tell us you want to take part.

    Barnaby Parade 2018

    We’re getting the show on the road!


    The first Saturday of Barnaby is traditionally Parade day, and 2018 is no exception. If you’re involved with a local group, this is your chance to be a part of one of the best town parades in the country! Whether you’re a regular participant or a newcomer, it’s easy to get started. Parade organisers Macclesfield Community ArtSpace can offer ideas and inspiration around the Roots/Routes festival theme, and they also provide hands-on help with the practicalities. For more information and to register your group, visit the ArtSpace website.

    Your support

    Help make Barnaby 2018 happen


    Barnaby is one of Macclesfield’s greatest cultural assets, and we want to keep it that way; but Barnaby can’t happen without the town’s help. Every year it gets harder to find public money to cover the Festival’s costs, so if you, or your company or organisation, can offer Barnaby financial support we’d love to hear from you. You can email mandy@barnabyfestival.org.uk and find out how you can help keep Barnaby working for Macclesfield.

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  • Fri
    16
    Mar
    2018
    7:30 pmMacclesfield Library, Jordangate, Macclesfield, SK10 1EE

    Cheshire Rural Touring Arts will be visiting Macclesfield Library in March with a performance by 52 Skidoo.

    1920's band 52 Skidoo are an unlikely collection of drunks, gamblers, misfits and outlaws performing Harlem Swing, a music born out of the stride piano style made famous by James P. Johnson and Fats Waller.

    They formed after a chance meeting whilst looking for unfinished bottles of wine at a New Year’s Eve party in 1929. This led to a mass brawl, multiple arrests and ultimately the formation of the band.

    Join the fun on Friday 16th March for an evening of music and comedy themed around the 1920's - wear your best twenties get-up and dance the night away in the library!

    Suitable for children aged 12+

    Tickets can be bought in person from the library, over the phone on (01625)374000 or via our Facebook page.

    £8 - Adults

    £7 - Concessions (Aged 60+, Students, Children)

    £25 - Family Ticket (2 Adults and 2 Children)

  • Fri
    25
    May
    2018
    Mon
    28
    May
    2018
    Arley Hall, Northwich

    Justin Fletcher and Mr. Bloom return to the biggest Children’s Festival in the UK

    Geronimo Festival has announced their exciting 2018 headliners and families are in for an entertainment packed weekend.

    Children’s TV Megastar, Justin Fletcher returns to Geronimo this year and will headline the Main Stage on Saturday 26th May. The ever-popular C-beebies star will be on-hand to keep young children and their families entertained on stage during his afternoon performance.

    Youtube teen stars, Max and Harvey will be joining the star line up for 2018 and cementing Geronimo’s place as the premier children’s UK festival.

    On Sunday, children are in for another treat as Mr. Bloom takes to the stage introducing his 40 minute show which features his amazing four-piece band. The hilarious duo, Cook and Line will also be hosting their brilliant slapstick Pirate Show and don’t forget that there is a whole host of other performers and activities to enjoy!

    For the very first time at Geronimo; the world famous Gandey’s Circus with their 1,200 seater big top, will definitely be one of the attractions you shouldn’t miss! In addition, there'll be a 130 ft big wheel, we look forward to seeing your pics from the top!

    Simon Goldman, Geronimo Festival organiser commented:

    ‘Announcing our headline acts is always a really exciting time for us this year we have our best line-up yet. Justin Fletcher and Mr Bloom are Children’s TV royalty and always keep the children (and their parents!) enraptured. This year acts will take to the stage in the afternoon so that everyone gets a chance to come along and have fun at the main stage.’

    Taking place from 25th - 28th May 2018, Geronimo is returning to the stunning Arley Hall in Northwich, Cheshire which is set over acres of land ensuring not only more attractions but also a top-notch campsite. The duration of the event has also been extended to four days so that more families can take advantage of everything the show has to offer.

    Dubbed ‘Glastonbury for Kids’, Geronimo has something for every member of the family whatever their age and full details of attractions can be found at the website www.geronimofest.com. We haven’t forgotten the adults either, Bathing under the Sky are providing excellent spa facilities and we have also provided a crèche so that parents can have some “me time”.

    Simon continued:

    ‘Our Early Bird Tickets offer is available until the end of January and it’s the perfect time to book – not only can families can take advantage of lower prices but they can also make sure they get to see their child’s favourite TV stars.’

    Tier 1 family tickets available from just £25 per person throughout January. As an added incentive, early birds who purchase Tier 1 tickets will receive a free wristband for the Victorian Fun Fair.

    You can bring your own tent, caravan or motor home or simply let Geronimo take the hassle out of camping with their range of themed tents available to suit families whatever their size.

    For further information about the Geronimo Festival and to book tickets, please visit www.geronimofest.com

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