Brewhouse Events-June

 Tuesday 4th June

Bloodline & White Swan

Presented by Stephanie Parrott/ARAD School of Dance & Theatre

A brand new adventure! Featuring live music and dance composed and played by Ashley Morgan with dancers from Stephanie Parrott school of dance. Followed by a ballet created by Stephanie Parrott ARAD.

7.00pm£7.50 Brewhouse Auditorium

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Thursday 6th June

Mercia Events Limited presents:

Live House, featuring ‘Trouble with Tuesday’

‘Trouble with Tuesday’, from Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, are an energetic, original indie pop rock band. They are quickly establishing themselves appearing at numerous festivals including London’s Surface and Big Tree festivals. Their EP entitled “Strong Enough”, released last year, has now become a regular feature on many radio stations in the South and the band are now heading North to let more live music fans enjoy their energy and sound. Look out for their new EP “Stages and Ages” due to be released in the spring of 2013.

8.00pm. £8.50 (Students £7.50 with a valid student card)

Brewhouse (Open) Auditorium

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Saturday 8th June

Amy Wadge & Pete Riley

Come to this show and you will understand why Amy Wadge And Pete Riley command huge respect from the international music industry.

Amy’s reputation is such, that she writes both with and for other artists, most notably among them in recent times, double Brit Award winning artist Ed Sheeran. Together they co-wrote the EP, Songs I wrote with Amy and a number of other songs including, Gold Rush, which features on the Deluxe Edition of Ed’s million selling debut album, +.

Pete Riley has quality and pedigree, envied by many, which lead to him being invited to join Edwin McCain’s band in the USA. During this time, he co-wrote three successful albums. Since then Pete has been writing/recording and producing with many different artistes worldwide. These include Edwin McCain, Narada Michael Walden, Maia Sharp, Angie Aparo, Kevin Kinney, Henry Priestman (The Christians), Deadmono and most recently Amy Wadge.

8.00pm.£10, £9 in advance. Brewhouse Bar

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Thursday 13th-Saturday 15th June

Burton Operatic presents:

Spring into Summer

The concert will feature a selection of songs from a variety of shows and will also include a section of popular music including When I’m 64, Fields of Gold, Moon River, Bridge over troubled Water

7.30pm. £10.00 per ticket. Brewhouse Auditorium

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Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd June

Celebrating Dance

An opportunity for children from St Wystan’s School, Repton, Towerview Primary School and Springfield Junior School, to showcase their dance work. Don’t miss out on this popular show, book early to avoid disappointment.

Fri 7.00pm, Sat 3.00pm. £10 (£8.50 concessions)

Please note: tickets must be paid for at time of booking.

Brewhouse Auditorium

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Tuesday 25th- Saturday 29th June

Little Theatre Company presents:

PIAF

by Pam Gems

From the streets of Paris to worldwide fame, Edith Piaf continues to be remembered and revered for her exceptional voice and extraordinary life. Piaf charts the life of one of the 20th century’s greatest singers vividly capturing the glamour and squalor, the rise and fall of this complex, fragile and enigmatic performer. Marking the 50th anniversary since her death, this powerful play, which contains some strong language and adult scenes, features some of Edith Piaf’s greatest songs (La Vie en Rose, Hymne a l’amour and Non Je Ne Regrette Rien).

7.30pm each evening plus Saturday matinee at 2.30pm

£8 (£7 concessions).

Concessions available Tuesday to Thursday only

Brewhouse Auditorium

 

Thanks to James Shaw for the info.

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