Music

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

  • Mon
    15
    Jan
    2018
    Thu
    08
    Feb
    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.

    Tuesday 16 January to Thursday 8 February

    Tuesday 16 January
    The Greatest Showman (PG) 4.30

    Wednesday 17 January
    The Greatest Showman (PG) 2.00

    Thursday 18 January
    The Greatest Showman (PG) 5.30, 8.00

    Friday 19 January
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Saturday 20 January
    Coco (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Sunday 21 January
    Coco (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Monday 22 January
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Tuesday 23 January
    Darkest Hour (PG) 1.00
    Coco (PG) 4.00
    Royal Opera As Live: Rigoletto 7.15

    Wednesday 24 January
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Thursday 25 January
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Friday 26 January
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Saturday 27 January
    Coco (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Sunday 28 January
    Coco (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Monday 29 January
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Tuesday 30 January
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Wednesday 31 January
    Coco (PG) 11.15
    Darkest Hour (PG) 1.45

    Thursday 1 February
    Coco (PG) 5.30
    Darkest Hour (PG) 8.00

    Friday 2 February
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 5.30, 8.00

    Saturday 3 February
    Coco (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.00

    Sunday 4 February
    Coco (PG) 3.00, 5.30
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.00

    Monday 5 February
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 5.30, 8.00

    Tuesday 6 February
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 5.30, 8.00

    Wednesday 7 February
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 4.15
    Royal Opera Live: Tosca 7.15

    Thursday 8 February
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 5.30, 8.00

    All listed films now bookable at cinemac.org.uk

     

  • Fri
    26
    Jan
    2018
    Buxton Opera House, Buxton, Derbyshire

    The World’s Official No.1 Eagles tribute returns to the stage in Buxton in the new year for another outstanding tour, promising more of their trademark musical prowess, acute attention to detail and incredible showmanship.

    The band was formed in 1996 by Phil Aldridge, a professional musician and huge Eagles fan. Following his attendance at the Eagles Hell Freezes Over Tour he was disappointed by it being their last live concert and he started to assemble a band who would celebrate the live sound of Eagles.

    This phenomenal group of professional musicians have now been touring for over two decades and remain true Eagles fanatics! Their longevity and continued international acclaim are due in no small part to their extraordinary mastery of the Eagles distinctive sound.

    Featuring the very best from the Eagles repertoire including Hotel California, Take it to the Limit, Life in the Fast Lane, Take It Easy, Lyin’ Eyes, Desperado and plenty more!

    The Illegal Eagles is here Friday 26 January at 7.30pm Tickets are priced at £26.50. Discounts are available. To buy tickets contact Buxton Opera House Box Office, Tel: 01298 72190 or visit: www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

  • Sun
    04
    Feb
    2018
    Buxton Opera House, Buxton, Derbyshire

    La Traviata, Verdi’s tale of love, tragedy and fallen women is heading for Buxton in the new year.

    La Traviata is Verdi’s outstanding interpretation of one of the most popular love stories of the 19thcentury, La Dame aux Camelias by Alexander Dumas.

    This operatic version tells the romantic story of the love and life of a courtesan, the passionate consumptive Violetta and her doomed love for the aristocratic Alfredo. There are many echoes of Verdi’s own life in Traviata and he threw himself into the music. The highlights include the Brindisi, the best known drinking song in opera, the duet Un Di Felice and the haunting aria Addio Del Passato.

    This retelling is made all the more moving as Dumas made no secret of the fact that his book and play were autobiographically based on his own affair with courtesan Marie Duplessis.

    One of the UK’s biggest suppliers of Opera and Ballet and award winning producer, Ellen Kent was captivated by the book which she read whilst rehearsing Traviata in the Ukraine in 2011. She uses a unique style of narrative, presenting a taster from the end to tantalize the audience with the drama that is yet to come.

    Adding to the rich story, Kent introduces a powerful scene from the book where Dumas, known in the book as Amand, attends an auction at a Paris apartment not realising it is his ex-mistress who has recently died and her effects are being sold off to pay her debts.

    This moving Opera is an unforgettable experience accompanied by world class sopranos and immersive sets.

    La Traviata is here Sunday 4 February at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £36.50- £40.Discounts are available. To buy tickets contact Buxton Opera House Box Office, Tel: 01298 72190 or visit: www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

  • Sun
    11
    Feb
    2018
    7:30 pmButon Opera House, Buxton, Derbyshire

    Jimmy Osmond who is known to many as a member of the world famous Osmond Family is returning to the UK with his popular show – Moon River and Me. A show which is packed with award winning music, nostalgic footage and of course Jimmy’s own memories.

    Jimmy had the unique opportunity of making his performance debut at the age of three on the Andy Williams Show. Jimmy will pay tribute to the legendary singer and perform many of William’s hit romantic songs including Music To Watch Girls By, Happy Heart, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Almost There, May Each Day, and of course the song that was to become his theme, Moon River.

    Jimmy is joined by The Moon River Band with special guest stars including Charlie Green and naturally, a show with an Osmond would not be complete without some of the chart-topping hits that made Jimmy and his brothers famous.

    With an array of Platinum and Gold discs to his name, Jimmy Osmond’s multi-faceted career has seen him star in the West End production of Grease, a role he recently reprised in selected dates around the UK. He also has appeared in British Panto, and produced several television specials, including one of which was The Osmond’s 50th Anniversary. He has also authored and illustrated the award winning children’s book Awesome Possum Family Band, in which Jimmy used his cartooning skills to create the characters himself, and if all this is not enough Jimmy was a finalist in the 2016 Celebrity MasterChefseries.

    Jimmy Osmond Moon River and Me is here 11 February at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £31 - £33.50. VIP tickets including a meet and greet are £82. Discounts are not available. To buy tickets contact Buxton Opera House Box Office, Tel: 01298 72190 or visit: www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

  • 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)

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