Brewhouse Events Jan

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 15th – Saturday 19th January

Mellow Dramatics present

Boogie Nights

 This show is jam packed with 70’s
classics which will have the audience
up on their feet – such as ‘Blame it on
the Boogie’, ‘Don’t go breaking my heart’, ‘You Sexy Thing’ , ‘YMCA’, ‘I Will
Survive’ , ‘Boogie Wonderland’ and many more chart topping hits!

It’s the night that the King, Elvis Presley, died and Roddy O’Neill is busy dreaming of life as a rock star! Debs, his girlfriend, has her own thoughts though… basically that Roddy’s a selfish, arrogant, and heartless pig! But the truth is that Roddy is in love with Debs, and Debs is head over heels in love with Roddy, but Debs is aware that her Roddy is a ladies’ man who is easily led!

Through all their tears and laughter shared with their best friends can they both find what they are truly searching for? Or is Roddy going to lose what he wanted all along?

Tuesday – Saturday: 7.30pm Saturday matinee: 2.30pm

 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Evening and Saturday Matinee: £9.00

 Friday and Saturday Evenings: £10.00

 Brewhouse Auditorium

 

 Saturday 26th January

 THE mADhOUSE presents Keith James

Keith James in concert. The songs of Leonard Cohen Each song stripped back – desolate, naked and sensual The most enigmatic, mysterious and sub textural songwriter the English speaking world has ever known. Revered and covered by the entire music community; Leonard Cohen’s exact sense of prose, his wry humour and his courage to wrestle with the unspoken. Forgiving human frailty with the brush of each line. Keith James; with a lifetime reputation of performing in this exact way and an undying love of the pure song gives you a concert of this amazing material in the most intimate and sensitive way imaginable.

Also included are Poems by Federico Garcia Lorca and Leonard Cohen that Keith has set to music.

‘Certainly the UK’s most celebrated and evocative interpreter of golden music. ’The Guardian

‘Some of the most atmospheric and emotive music you will ever hear’ The Independent

‘Keith James has become a pillar of trust. A sublimely intimate and engaging voice’ Sunday Times

‘a sensitive and pleasingly understated delivery, all the better that the songs might speak for themselves’ Acoustic Magazine

 Keith will be supported by the lovely Lou Brown. A singer-songwriter with a portfolio of songs, full of keen observation and commentary on life.

 8.00pm £10.00, £9.00 in advance Brewhouse Bar Bistro

 

Thanks to James Shaw for the info.

 

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