Live at Brio: September 201623 Aug
As September starts to roll in, we all wish the summer could just stick around for a few months longer, but there’s no reason to feel down! We’ve got some fantastic shows coming to Northwich Memorial Court this September that will keep a smile on your face!
Manford’s Comedy Club
Friday 2 September, 8.00pm
You may have been to one of these already – they’ve been very popular with the people of Northwich! It’s easy to see why – what’s not to love about a local night of live comedy? At £12.50 a ticket, it’s a cheap night out too! September’s lineup includes comics Colin Maford, Eleanor Tiernan and Mick Ferry. Take a look at the Manford’s website to find out more about them.
For: Anyone that loves to laugh, giggle, chortle, titter, guffaw, chuckle, or even LOL!
We’ll Meet Again
Tuesday 20 September, 2.00pm
Producer Duggie Chapman MBE is back with a brand new Wartime Cavalcade show starring comedy entertainer Steve Barclay, Andy Eastwood, Britain’s greatest virtuoso of the ukulele and West End star Maggie O’Hara.
With all the great songs and music from the war years, this is damp eyed nostalgia trip that leaves audiences with a warm and sentimental glow.
For: Lovers of variety shows
Friday 23 September, 8.00pm
Rock lovers, this one is for you! The Kinx are well established as the premier Kinks tribute act in the UK and Europe, and you won’t want to miss them!
For: Those looking to rock all day and all of the night
Be My Baby
Tuesday 27 – Friday 30 September
It’s 1964. Nineteen year old Mary Adams is sent away to a mother and baby convent to give birth to her illegitimate child shame free, with only a record player for company. Set against the backdrop of iconic girl groups and vocalistslike The Ronettes, The Shangri-Las and Dusty Springfield, Mary – along with fellow residents Queenie, Dolores and Norma – must come to terms with their pregnancies, their lives and the fact they may never see their children again.
Starring Brooke Vincent (Coronation Street) in her debut stage role alongside Ruth Madoc (Hi De Hi), this poignant comedy examines the human need for friendship and the naivety of the 1960’s.
For: Fans of iconic 60’s female artists