Saturday 1st February
Do You Hear the People Sing?
After a successful fundraising year in 2013, and by special request – Team Ratcliffe are back! Kicking off the 2014 campaign and fundraising for St Giles Hospice, Heather and Georgia Ratcliffe (and special guests) bring you a relaxed evening packed full of all of your favourite songs from the shows including Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Wicked and many more.
Brewhouse Auditorium 7.30pm £7
Wednesday 5th February
The Best of British Songs
Presented by Coral Gould
Brewhouse Bar 7.30pm £8.00
Thursday 6th February
Welcome to ALIVE! A brand new live music experience in
Burton unlike any other you have ever seen in our area.
It’s the only night showcasing home-grown, high profile
talent in an auditorium venue built for a heart-stopping live performance of music, sound and light.
We’re proud to announce our debut night with a headliner playing blistering original rock & roll – Burton’s TILTED SMILE who have shared billings with Feeder, Maximo Park, Echo and The Bunnymen and many more. Support comes from Burton’s STAR FROM IVY.
Formed in 2001, they’ll hit you with a wall of beautiful melodic rock steeped in grunge. Plus, a powerhouse of a performance from Burton’s young rock and blues prodigies 5 DAYS OF NOVEMBER. NOT TO BE MISSED!
Brewhouse Auditorium 7pm £5
Friday 7th February
Presented by Shaktu Records
Best-known for her thought-provoking
lyrics and ‘supremely expressive
vocals’ (R2 Magazine), Emily Maguire’s
songs have been played regularly on
Radio 2 and have won her fans across the globe. After living in a shack in Australia where she made her first two albums, Emily returned to the UK to tour with American legend Don McLean and make her third album ‘Believer’, a ‘masterpiece’ according to Maverick Magazine. Her acclaimed new album ‘Bird Inside A Cage’ was released in July 2013.
Brewhouse Bar 8.00pm £10 (£9 concessions)
Saturday 8th February
Joint Male Vocal Choir Concert
Gresley M.V.C is joined by Bestwood M.V.C. in what should be a most enjoyable evening of song. Do come along and join us and if you haven’t heard choral singing before this is not to be missed.
Brewhouse Auditorium 7.15pm £8.00
Wednesday 12th February
Presented by Touch of Life Dance Crew
A night of Street and Break dancing, Dancers from the age of 5 to 25 will be performing routines to demonstrate the art of dance.
During the evening we will be entertained by Singers and performing artists.
Brewhouse Auditorium 6.45pm £6
Friday 14th- Saturday 15th February
The Last Five Years
Presented by Life Theatre Limited
In the last five years, over one hundred and fifty thousand people have moved to New York City. Each of them has a story to tell.
Five years ago, Cathy, a struggling actress and dancer, met Jamie. Five years ago, Jamie, a promising young writer, met Cathy. This is their story. ‘The Last Five Years’ is a modern love story, for you to fall in love with, told from two perspectives. It’s ideal for a Valentine’s night out.
With Music and Lyrics from Jason Robert Brown and direction by Daniel David Webber, (‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’)
Brewhouse Auditorium 8.00pm £10.00 (£9.00 concessions)
Tuesday 18th- Saturday 22nd February
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
In the village of Much Snoring a birthday is approaching – and with it the beautiful Snow White will become the fairest of the fair. But her wicked stepmother Morgiana is having none of that – and plots the downfall of Snow White – aided by her henchman Herman.
But the dashing Prince Lorenzo arrives and vows to find the beautiful Snow White.But where has she got to? And what happens when she stumbles upon a little cottage in the woods and its occupants? Find out with all your favourite characters in this classic show from Burton’s experts in traditional pantomime – BASE.
Brewhouse Auditorium 7.30pm evening performances
Matinees on Thursday and Saturday
£10.00, £9.00 concessions £10 child rate
£34 family ticket available Tuesday to Thursday (2 adults, 2 children)
Monday 24th- Friday 28th February
Open All Hours
Based on the legendary BBC TV classic comedy, specially adapted for the stage to celebrate the 40th anniversary.
Stage adaption by Gary Simmons and Jane Aston.
Brewhouse Auditorium 7.30pm £10 (£8.50 concessions)
Saturday 1st March
I Hope You Dance
Laura Pyatt Performing Arts present their first show at the Brewhouse. Pupil’s age 3-16 perform singing and dancing routines from musicals and the charts.
Brewhouse Auditorium 2.00pm & 7.00pm £7 (£5 concessions)
BREWHOUSE BOX OFFICE 01283 508100
Thanks to James Shaw for the info.