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Bakewell Rotary Presents: Pelynt Male Voice Choir, 27 April
Pelynt Male Voice Choir & Lady Manners School Jazz Band
Proceeds to Debra, the charity for people whose skin doesn’t work
One of the finest male voice choirs in the country, on tour. Joined by Lady Manners School Jazz Band.
Assembly Room Theatre
Friday 27 April, 7.30pm (doors 7pm)
Absent Friends, 28 April
High Tor Players
Alan Ayckbourn’s comic mastery is brought to the stage by the High Tor Players with the acclaimed comedy ‘Absent Friends’
‘Colin must be comforted in his grief over the death of his fiancee so his friends- who never met the girl- arrange a tea party for him. Understandably they are on edge wondering what to say, but there is more to their unease: Diane and Paul, John and Evelyn, and Marge are all kept together by a mixture of business and cross-marital emotional ties.’ How will all this pan out? Come to the Town Hall to find out.
Saturday 28 April
7.30pm (doors 7pm)
Tickets £8 01629 810152
Marcus Corbett & Nitin Gaikwad, 24 May
East Meets West: An evening of guitar and tabla music
Marcus Corbett is a singer, acoustic guitarist and composer based between the UK and Pune, Maharashtra, India. He has been studying Indian classical music and working with musicians in India for over 10 years, and has released a string of albums, including the most recent two, the acclaimed ‘Strung Deep’ and ‘Every Little Spirit’. His works are a generous spirited cultural collaboration that allows his original compositions to come to life while paying homage to the N. Indian classical tradition he loves. He has created lasting relationships in India with Tabla players, Nitin Gaikwad from Pune, and these are the foundation of the project and performance.The album ‘Every Little Spirit’ extended the harmonic reach of the music and is an ambitious enterprise as two violins are at work; and as Marcus says “The beautiful challenge in this search is to keep the individual cultural charm, to allow the bell to ring true; and to maintain the power and integrity of the music”. Having toured successfully in Germany and Holland, played around the UK, and gained press attention from all over the world for his previous releases, Marcus’ reputation for his skilful combining of the worlds of Indian Classical and British folk music will inevitably continue to grow, and his status as one of the great explorers of these musical borderlands will continue to be celebrated.
Tickets for 6.15 yoga and live music £10 07733179773
Tickets for 8pm concert £8
Town Hall Chamber Series, 27 May
String Quintets & Sextets
Richard Strauss ~ Sextet from Capriccio
Mozart ~ Quintet in G Minor
Brahms ~ Sextet in G Major
Emma Oldfield & Rosemary Attree (violins)
Christine Andersen & Morag Robertson (violas)
Abby Hayward & Nicholas Trygstad (cellos)
Sunday 27 May, 7.30pm (doors 7pm)
Tickets £12 / £10 for under 16s.
Town Hall Chamber Series, 24 June
Klezmer-ish: 15 September
Dr. John Cooper Clarke: 23 September SOLD OUT
Jeremy Hardy, 26 October
National treasure and BBC Radio 4 stalwart, Jeremy Hardy drops in. His BBC Radio 4 work includes Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation, The News Quiz, I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and You’ll Have Had Your Tea. He has also done various bits of television, most notably, Now Something Else with Rory Bremner, Saturday Live, Blackadder Goes Forth, Loose Talk, Jack and Jeremy’s Real Lives with Jack Dee, If I Ruled the World with Graeme Garden and Clive Anderson, and Jack Dee’s Helpdesk.
Friday 26 October, 7.30pm (doors 7pm)
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