Brewhouse Events – October


Celebrate and discover Burton’s brewing stories from the 1960’s and 1970’s at the Story Wells of East Staffordshire Festival Weekend.

Friday 3rd October: Exhibition Preview.

Saturday 4th October: Storytelling Performance.

Storytellers Maria Whatton, Peter Chand and Sally Tonge share some real-life Burtonion stories.

Friday 3 & Saturday 4 October Friday 7-9pm Saturday 7pm

Performance £5 for Adults, £3.00 for concessions and Children under 16 go free.



The Lunar Men

Winner of 2013 BASE (British Award for Storytelling Excellence) award for Outstanding Collaboration.

Be transported back to the eighteenth century in this award winning Storytelling and Musical performance by Storyteller Maria Whatton and Musician Sarah Matthews. Meet the genius Eramus Darwin and his Lunar Society friends on a candle lit evening brimming with atmosphere and evocative tales. Extremely humorous, touching and rigorously researched.

Friday 10 October 7.30pm £10 £8 Concessions




With his parents on holiday, Sam’s having a house party. Nothing big, just a few close friends…at least that was the plan until you knocked on the door. Zest Theatre’s groundbreaking , interactive production gives you control of the conversations you listen to through Silent Disco technology. Put on your wireless headphones, step through Sam’s front door and experience the night unfold all around you as you Gatecrash the party!

Wednesday 15 October 6.30pm & 9.00pm £5 (14-17 year olds) £8 (Adults)

Contains strong language Open Auditorium


Stephanie Parrott’s Midland Youth Theatre Company present Sound of Music

Performed by Stephanie Parrott’s Midland Youth Company

Saturday 18 October 7pm £8



Barbed Wire for Kisses

With the passing of the last survivors, the events of the Great War are slipping beyond human memory. In a powerfully moving performance, acclaimed storytellers Hugh Lupton and Nick Hennessey and musicians John Dipper and James Patterson tell the story of ‘the war to end all wars’ through the stories of the families in one small village. Personal accounts of life and death and the memories of families at home open a deeply human window onto the trauma that shaped the 20th Century.

Tuesday 21 October 8pm £10 £8 Concessions



Dance Is Life

After their amazing show in 2012, Charlie’s Angels Dance Academy has decided to take to the stage again. With tracks from loads of different musicals and a Battle of the Boy Bands, you’ll almost want to get up on stage with them!

Friday 24 and Saturday 25 October

7.30pm each evening plus Saturday matinee at 2pm

£7.50 Adults £5 Children



Inspiration School of Dance presents ‘DecaDance’

Travel through time with Inspiration School of Dance. A fantastic evening of entertainment from many local talented performers showcasing routines through the years, full of emotion, excitement and enthusiasm. The routines are sure to set your feet tapping, your head bopping and your hands clapping so don’t miss out!

Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 October

7.15pm £5



Pat Miller proudly presents Dance Spectacular 2014

Another spectacular showcase of dance starring pupils from the Pat Miller School of Dance. Children and young adults will be dancing their hearts out to some great sounds from the 70s to present day – there is something for everyone to enjoy! It’s guaranteed to get you tapping your feet, waving your arms and singing along!

Friday 31 October and Saturday 1 November

Friday & Saturday Evening 7.15pm

Saturday matinee 2.15pm

£9 £8 Concessions



Brewhouse Gallery Events


Storywells’ and ‘What’s Brewing Now’

An exhibition of 2 halves: Downstairs the ‘Storywells’ exhibition explores the history of Burton’s Brewing industry in the 60’s and 70’s through people’s stories. Upstairs; ‘What’s Brewing Now’ people’s photographs explore the impact of the brewing industry on the local landscape now.

29th September to 1st Nov


Sight Sound and Social’ 60’s/70’s Music Night.

Friday 3rd October 8pm til late

Saturday 4th October 5pm – 7pm Exhibition Preview in the gallery



Thanks to James Shaw for the info

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