The Northern Chamber Orchestra is the oldest professional chamber ensemble in the North West turning 50 in 2017.
There are six remaining concerts to be performed at the Heritage Centre in Macclesfield:
Nicholas Daniel, oboe Saturday 7 December
Colin Currie, percussion Saturday 18 January
Martin James Bartlett, piano Saturday 15 February
Benjamin Powell, piano Saturday 21 March
Northern Chamber Orchestra Soloists Saturday 18 April
Anthony Marwood Saturday 16 May
The concerts are sponsored CDL Software, Macclesfield Town Council, Porthaven Care Homes, ForViva Group and Capstone Financial Management. The Northern Chamber Orchestra is extremely grateful for the support of all their sponsors, Patrons and Friends, which allows it to continue its vital work in schools and care homes, as well as offering free tickets to under 18s and students.
Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield SK11 6UT
Recorded Information: 01625 423535 Enquiries: 07534 920495
Tickets• can be purchased on the door, subject to demand • can be booked in advance at cinemac.org.uk • can be purchased in advance at the box office in the half-hour before any performance
Giftcards• can be purchased online at cinemac.org.uk • can be purchased from the box office in the half-hour before any performance
CinebarOur 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.
Cinemac Meal DealThe Cinemac Meal Deal with Fina Bar & Grill starts on Tuesday 2nd of April! For just £14 enjoy a delicious Italian meal and a trip to Cinemac! Meal Deal vouchers are available to purchase from the Cinemac Box Office or Fina. You can take advantage of this amazing offer by visiting Fina after one of our early evening shows or before our evening performances. As numbers are limited, please ensure that you call Fina before you visit to reserve your table. Fina’s phone number is: 01625 618744 The Meal Deal with Fina is now ongoing! Please note that the meal deal is only valid for film tickets and it does not include live events.
Coming soon to Cinemac... Arighi Bianchi Luxury Sofa Seats!
After listening to customer feedback, we've set out to improve customer comfort and overall enjoyment and are currently installing a luxury seating area with 2 and 3 seater sofas by Arighi Bianchi. You will soon be able to sit back, unwind and relax as they watch the latest film releases on the big screen in ultimate comfort! An Arighi Bianchi 2 person sofa film ticket will be priced at £20, and the 3 person sofa at £30 which is only £2.50 more per person than a standard adult ticket (Tuesday-Saturday). Our new Sofa Seats will be available from 27/01/2020, tickets can be purchased online or atour box office, we strongly recommend booking in advance as these tickets are sure to sell out quickly.
Silver Screenings Concessions aged 60 & over get a free tea or filter coffee on a Wednesday before 14:30pm. Our Silver Screenings start on Wednesday the 18th of September.
FILM & EVENT LISTINGS
Tuesday 21st JanuaryLITTLE WOMEN (U) [1h 42m] 11:40
1917 (15) [2h] 14:40, 17:30, 20:20
Wednesday 22nd JanuaryCinema Closed
Thursday 23rd January1917 (15) [2h] 17:30, 20:20
Friday 24th January1917 (15) [2h] 14:45 THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 17:30, 20:20
Saturday 25th JanuaryTHE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 11:451917 (15) [2h] 14:30 THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 17:15 LITTLE WOMEN (U) [1h 42m] 20:00
Sunday 26th JanuaryTHE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 11:451917 (15) [2h] 14:30 THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 17:15 LITTLE WOMEN (U) [1h 42m] 20:00
Monday 27th JanuaryTHE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 11:451917 (15) [2h] 14:30 THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 17:15 LITTLE WOMEN (U) [1h 42m] 20:00
Tuesday 28th JanuaryTHE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 11:451917 (15) [2h] 14:30 THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 17:15 LITTLE WOMEN (U) [1h 42m] 20:00
Wednesday 29th JanuaryTHE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 11:001917 (15) [2h] 13:45 THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 16:30La Bohème (Opera) 19:45
Tuesday 28th JanuaryTHE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 11:451917 (15) [2h] 14:30 THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD (PG) [2h] 17:15 LITTLE WOMEN (U) [1h 42m] 20:00
Royal Opera House Season 19/20
Tuesday 25th February:Marston & Scarlett World Premieres (Ballet) 19:15
7:00 pmWilliam Turner Suite Shrigley Hall Hotel, Pott Shrigley, SK10 5SB
The 2020 Macclesfield Mayor's Charity Ball will be held on Friday, March 13, 2020 at William Turner Suite Shrigley Hall Hotel, Pott Shrigley, SK10 5SB
The evening will start with a drinks reception, followed by a welcome by the Mayor of Macclesfield, Councllor Janet Jackson, MBE followed by the dinner.
Dinner will offer a starter choice of Chicken & confit duck terrine, apricot compote or Smoked salmon roulade, wasabi creme fraiche or a vegetarian option of Beetroot & honeyed goats cheese cassonade.
The Main course will comprise a choice of: Seared chicken breast in a rich red wine jus or Fillet of seabass, sweet pepper chutney or Lentil cassoulet, beans, roasted cauliflower (vegetarian)
All meals will come with a choice of seasonal vegetables andpotatoes
Dessert course comprises: New York baked cheesecake, summer berry compote or Chocolate profiteroles or Toffee apple crumble tart, English custard.
An auction and raffle is planned for around 9 pm – prizes including: a Black Prince narrowboat holiday, an original painting by David Evans, a round of golf for 4 at Shrigley Hall Hotel, a Pinches Medical health assessment and a tour for two at Forest Gin distillery.
Music/entertainment will follow 10 pm through to the close at 11:59
How to book: Complete the booking form and return with payment by 28th February to firstname.lastname@example.org,uk or Civic Officer, Macclesfield Town Council, Macclesfield Town Hall, Market Place, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 1EA
Staying the night? Contact the hotel by 14th February on 01625 575757 quoting 'Mayor's Charity Ball 2020' or ID 12851184. Preferential room rate inc. breakfast - £99 double, £79 single
Transitions Dance Company returns with a brand new triple bill of short, innovative dance works by specially commissioned choreographers H2DANCE, Cameron McMillan and Elisa Pagani.
Through an intriguing lens tinted by humour, beauty and physicality, this diverse programme explores matters which resonate with society today, performed by a company of outstanding, international dancers at the start of their stellar careers.
There will be a post-show Q&A.
“Ferociously talented dancers.” LondonDance
“A fine ensemble…if you get the chance to see them, grab it.” British Theatre Guide
“Talented, meticulously trained and hungry for success. ” Culture Whisper
8 pm til lateMacclesfield Tennis Club, The Learning Zone, Park Lane Macclesfield
Internationally renowned and regarded folk/rock stars Ken Nicol & Wendy Ross will be in concert at Macclesfield Tennis Club on Friday, 27th March, 2020.
Ken is a hugely respected guitarist, around the world, playing with bands such as Steeleye Span, The Albion Band and Magna Carta as well as enjoying a hugely successful solo career.
Wendy is a classically trained violinist starting playing as just four before reaching Grade 8 aged just 15 yrs. Wendy is currently a member of Magna Carta – along with Ken.
With musicians of this quality you can be assured of a sensational evening's entertainment.
Tickets are just £12 pp (inc food) and are available from James Rouse on 07711-532543, email email@example.com, any member of the tennis club committee and Gawsworth Community Shop, Longbutts Lane Gawsworth
7 pm to 11 pmSutton Scout & Guide HQ, Church Lane, Sutton SK11 0DS
In 2018 and 2019, Fine Lines + Borowski, Hammill, Mora and Moylan, performed sellout concerts at the Scout Hut, to very appreciative audiences.
Local musicians Emily Doggett of Fine Lines (from Sutton) and Nigel Hammill )from Langley) will perform alongside BBC`s Mark Radcliffe (drums for Fine Lines) and the legendary George Borowski.
Fine Lines perform mostly original material, written by lead singer, David Boardman and Mark Radcliffe, with sensational instrumental accompaniment and vocal harmonies from Zoe Blythe.
Fine Lines are currently recording their third studio album and will be performing several new songs from the album on the night.
George Borowski, who's been regarded as one of Manchester's leading singers and guitarists for several decades, will perform songs new and old. The band's contribution will feature powerful four-part vocal harmonies, on traditional folk songs, originals from both George and Galway singer and guitar player Martin Moylan.
Nigel Hammill will bring is usual Geordie flavour to proceedings, along with some humorous songs written by his friend Ed Pickford.
This event is sure to sell out quickly, so drop everything and get your tickets now from Nigel Hammill (07870 193131), Jo Hardy (01260 2538710 and the St Dunstan Inn, Langley.
Doors and bar open at 7pm, Concert from 8 to 11 pm
All profits from the fully licenced bar go to Sutton Scout and Guide fund
Following a one-off, sell-out show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last summer, Tim Vine is bringing Plastic Elvis to your town.
Backed by an amazing five-piece, The High Noon Band, Plastic Elvis will shake, smoulder, and try to control his hair. In the end, he’ll break your heart as he belts out some of the King’s greatest hits. With special guests John Archer as Big Buddy Holly, and songwriting legend David Martin (who wrote four songs for the real Elvis). Tim says: “This isn’t a stand up show, but a concert dedicated to my favourite performer. When I was eleven years old, I would stand in front of my bedroom mirror and mime to the whole of 1972’s Elvis:As Recorded at Madison Square Garden album. This is a tribute act that is forty years in the making. Well, the waiting is over. It’s time to go public.”
Warning: this show may contain moves that even Plastic Elvis himself isn’t expecting.
"His charisma stunned me" – Plastic Elvis fan
"From the opening fanfare to the emotional finale I was hooked" – The other fan
Arley Hall & Gardens, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 6NA
Treat your family to Geronimo fun at Arley Hall from just £3 per person!
At Geronimo HQ we are always thinking of ways to make our festival as inclusive as possible for all of our families. Being the largest children’s festival in the UK, and one of the only events to include most activities within the price of the ticket, the challenge for Geronimo was on. Hold on to your hats, we are holding a groundbreaking social experiment and we are going to give your family the opportunity to be a part of it!
Pay what you can afford
Yes, you read that right: our social experiment is pay what you can afford. For limited time only, we will be offering a block of day-only ticketspriced from £3, £5, £10, you just choose the ticket you feel you can reasonably afford. The aim behind it is to allow every family the chance to come along to spend quality time together, we know that raising children can be expensive.
The reduced-price tickets will be released for sale at 10am on Saturday 22nd February 2020, we are expecting these to sell out very quickly before the prices go back to the standard cost - don’t miss out. But be quick – when they’re gone they’re gone!
You will be able to buy yours by heading over to our website www.geronimofest.com as soon as they are released. An additional car parking ticket cost of £10 does apply.
What’s Geronimo Fest all about?
If you haven’t heard already, Geronimo is the UK’s premier all-in-one children’s festival. We love Arley Hall, and every year we spend our late May Bank Holiday there with our Geronimites and their families. Our mission is to give all families an amazing fun-filled and magical weekend to enjoy with their children and we have put together a festival which creates memories for a lifetime and you don’t have to just stay for a day, if you want to make a weekend if it, check out our camping package on the website. Please note that these tickets aren’t included in the social experiment prices.
Amazing fun and activities in the Cheshire countryside
With over 100 activities included in your entrance ticket you’ll need to arrive early. Do your kids love crafting? We’ve got that. They love climbing and parkour? We’ve got that too. We have 2 amazing circuses with a 1,600-seater arena, fantastic bands and TV superstars headlining our main stage, skilled motorcycle displays, jousting, kids’ entertainers, dancers, music, archery, a brass band, graffiti skills, dinosaurs, dolls, shetland pony racing, fort building, the Gruffalo, just to name a handful. You can find the itinerary on the website www.geronimofest.com
Our Geronimo families love it and every year there is more to discover, and more memories to make! Keep checking back at our website to find out what new activities we’ve added - there is always something for everyone!
Are you an artist? Would you like to join Geronimo?
We are looking for artists from around the UK who are family-friendly and would like to join us in creating the biggest Geronimo Fest yet. If you would like to be part of our social experiment, get in touch with us now through our website. www.geronimofest.com We would love to hear from you!
Where can I get my tickets to Geronimo Fest 2020?
Simple. Head over to www.geronimofest.com at 10am on Saturday 22nd February 2020 when the tickets are released. They are strictly limited so if you snooze, you lose. We don’t want you to miss out - put the date in your diary now!
Clay House Farm, Flittogate Ln, Tabley, Knutsford WA16 0HJ
The Royal Cheshire Show 2018 has to be one of the best ever – in fact there’s so much going on you’ll be hard pressed to cram everything in during one single day.
The family-friendly event celebrates the agricultural heritage ingrained within the local community and with exhibitions, mouth-watering demonstrations and exhilarating performances, the Show promises visitors a great day out in the heart of Cheshire’s countryside.
Paul Hannam – The Quad Bike Stunt Show
This year, the Delamere Dairy Main Ring will feature quad-bike stuntman, Paul Hannam, from North Devon, who will put on a stellar display of precision riding, multiple roll stunt quad and trick riding.
Delamere Dairy Main Ring - Royal Cheshire County Show 2019
Visitors will also be able to experience the excitement of a day at the races condensed into Shetland Pony size with the second headline Delamere Dairy Main Ring attraction, “The Shetland Pony Grand National”.
If you’re looking to entertain family, friends or clients a Royal Cheshire County Show VIP Marquee will fit the bill perfectly. Brand new for 2020, just four spacious 3m x 3m VIP Marquees will be available to hire for up to eight people. Prominently positioned facing the main ring with a small private garden area, the marquees will provide the perfect entertainment package.
The Show plays host to hundreds of competition classes for livestock, including pigs, cattle, sheep and dairy goats, as they all compete for the many coveted trophies available. Classes are also available for light and heavy horses, show jumping, rare breeds of livestock, poultry, pygmy goats, pigeons, cavies, rabbits and dogs.
Amongst a jam-packed schedule of competitions, The Agri-Centre is a must-see experience for those who wish to learn how food is produced by Cheshire farmers with local farmers feeding calves, holding milking and sheep shearing demonstrations, along with many other presentations including veterinary care, butchery, ice cream making and bread making.
Trade Stands – Royal Cheshire County Show 2019
After a successful Show debut in 2019, the Market of Makers is back for visitors to explore the very best unique, artisan and home-made products crafted by an array of skilful creators including artists, musicians, bakers, producers, designers and creators.
Inside the Roberts Bakery Food Live Theatre, visitors can watch multi-Michelin star and 5/5 AA Rosette winning Chef, Author and Restaurateur, Jean-Christophe Novelli put on a mouth-water demonstration of culinary expertise. Ticketholders will also be able to taste Cheshire’s finest locally sourced produce inside the Roberts Bakery Hall which hosts local, regional and national producers and purveyors of fine food under two huge marquees.
Rob Davenport, Show Director of The Royal Cheshire County Show, commented: “We are proud to organise this fantastic event which attracts a crowd of thousands annually from across Cheshire and beyond to experience the many interesting and fascinating aspects of farming and rural life. This year, guests will be able to browse unique handcrafted products at the Market of Makers, watch exhilarating attractions inside our brand-new VIP Marquees and view mouth-watering culinary demonstrations by our celebrity chefs – it’s all about The Royal Cheshire County Show!”
Crewe Town Council are the main sponsors of the LGBT+ community in Cheshire East which will take place at Queens Park, in Crewe, on Saturday 20 June 2020.
Pride in the Park welcomes people from Cheshire East and beyond, offering family-friendly entertainment and activities, a vibrant parade and a dedicated marketplace of LGBT+ organisations to help offer advice and information for visitors.
This celebratory event will feature a health and wellbeing marketplace for visitors to receive key help and support from organisations such as Body Positive, Transforum Manchester and Diversity Role Models. Cheshire East partner agencies, including Cheshire police and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, will also attend.
Councillor Jill Rhodes, Cheshire East Council cabinet member with responsibility for equality and diversity, said: “We are delighted Crewe Town Council has made the decision to again get involved with Pride in the Park 2020. Putting on such a major event for the LGBT+ community, which last year attracted 5,000 visitors, would not be possible without the generous and enthusiastic support of Crewe Town Council and other sponsors, partners and community organisations.”
“Pride in the Park continues to grow and already there is a real sense of excitement among all those involved for the event next year. Everyone is really looking forward to the big day.”
Councillor Tom Dunlop, chair of Crewe Town Council's community plan committee, said: “Crewe Town Council is incredibly proud to once again be a part of Pride in the Park coming in to 2020, as we celebrate both the equality and diversity of our local communities, by continuing our support for the LGBT+ community - not only in Crewe but around the country.”
“I attended the event in 2019, and had the pleasure of meeting many wonderful people who had travelled from far and wide to attend the event, which was held in our beautiful Queens Park - and I am so pleased that the event will be returning to the park this year. The atmosphere was fantastic, the parade was awash with vibrancy and colour, the performers all did an outstanding job, the crowd were happy – and the weather was mostly good too!”
Other sponsors who have signed up to support Pride in the Park include Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, HSL Compliance and Cheshire East Council's arms-length company Ansa Environmental Services.