Brewhouse Diary – June 2012

 Wednesday 6th June

An Evening of Mediumship with Thomas Buckmaster
Thomas is now bringing his amazing ability to the stage with his UK Theatre tours. Thomas is Known by his fans as one of the best young mediums of today and his strong connection with the other world, his often shocking accuracy and consistent sell out shows have caused his reputation as being one of the best to spread across his local and surrounding area. Thomas is known for giving precise information and names during his readings and live shows. Thomas is a truly inspirational young medium and an evening with him is not to be missed.

7.30pm £10.00 Brewhouse Auditorium

 

 Saturday 9th June

mADhOUSE Music present: Amy Wadge & Pete Riley + Guests

Returning to The Brewhouse after their hugely successful SOLD OUT visit last year.

Amy is widely regarded as one of the country’s most successful female singer/songwriters. Amy’s voice is simply amazing with a breathtaking range and emotional impact while her songwriting continues to surpass most of her contemporaries.

She co-wrote the EP, Songs I Wrote with Amy, by Ed Sheeran together with a number of other songs including, Gold Rush, which features on the Deluxe Edition of Ed’s million selling debut album.

“An irresistible, riveting performer” – Bob Harris, BBC Radio2

 Pete is a hugely successful singer-songwriter and on release of his first solo album “After The Parade” Pete was invited back over to the USA to open for the American, multi -platinum selling artist Edwin McCain with whom he co-wrote three successful albums as well as the single release “Say Anything

 Doors Open 7.30pm for 8.00pm start

On the door: £10.00 In advance: £9.00 Brewhouse Bar

 

 Friday 15th & Saturday 16th 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!

Friday 7.00pm Saturday 3.00pm £9 /£8 concessions.

Brewhouse Auditorium (Please note: tickets must be paid for at time of booking)

 

Tuesday 26th- Saturday 30th June

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

Little Theatre Company Presents The Rise and Fall of Little Voice by Jim Cartwright.

Mari’s daughter is different. Never leaves the house, doesn’t like the men her mother brings home and would rather stay in her room with only her record collection for company.

 But she can sing! It’s the kind of voice that gives you goose bumps. And when you can sing, you can do anything… An award-winning play, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice is a heart-warming and down-to-earth comedy which was subsequently made into a much celebrated film which made a star of Jane Horrocks and featured Michael Caine and Brenda Blethyn.

 The Little Theatre Company is delighted to feature the talents of Sophie Towns as Little Voice

 7.30pm each evening plus Saturday matinee at 2.30pm £8.00 adults /£7.00 concessions

(Concessions available Tuesday to Thursday only) Brewhouse Auditorium

 

Brewhouse Box Office 01283 508100

Thanks to James Shaw for the info.

 

 

 

UCS-‘Music from Two Shores’

Uttoxeter Choral Society presents

‘Music from Two Shores’

 June 9th 2012

 Music from Ralph Vaughan Williams and Aaron Copland will form the part of a varied and interesting programme for Uttoxeter Choral Society’s forthcoming Summer Concert. Taking place at 7.30pm on Saturday June 9th 2012 at St Mary’s Church, Uttoxeter, the concert will include pieces from Vaughan Williams’ Five English Folk Songs and Copland’s Old American Songs, along with Eric Whitacre’s Seal Lullaby and the moving Lux Aeterna by Morten Lauridsen. Tickets cost £10 and are available from The Musicians Centre, Uttoxeter, on the door, or via www.uttoxeterchoralsociety.co.uk

 
Musical Director, Anthony Rose said, ‘The choir really have to dig deep for this concert. Not only are some of the pieces challenging musically, Lux Aeterna by Morten Lauridsen for example, but they are demanding emotionally too. The Lux Aeterna is a rollercoaster of emotions, deep sadness, euphoric highs and everything in between, all packed into thirty minutes. In the second half we perform, amongst other things, Copland’s response to a country trying to find their own unique musical style and heritage, with his two sets of Old American Songs. Copland goes where few composers ventured before, by tapping into the American heartland. This concert is set to be an enjoyable transatlantic musical journey.’

 
UCS Chairman, Fiona Shaw added, ‘We have really enjoyed rehearsing for this concert, which brings together some very different styles of music. I think the audience is in for a real treat! We are also very grateful to our concert sponsors, The Glenthorne Vetinary Group, for their generous support’.

 

The 2012/2013 season will see this long-running choir (the third oldest in the country) celebrate its 130th anniversary with a gala concert in November 2012.

Thanks to Judith Ayton for the info.

 

LTC-The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

 Little Theatre Company presents

 THE RISE AND FALL OF LITTLE VOICE

by Jim Cartwright

 

Mari’s daughter is different. Never leaves the house, doesn’t like the men her mother brings home and would rather stay in her room with only her record collection for company.

 But she can sing! It’s the kind of voice that gives you goose bumps. And when you can sing, you can do anything…

 An award-winning play, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice is a heart-warming and down-to-earth comedy which was subsequently made into a much celebrated film which made a star of Jane Horrocks and featured Michael Caine and Brenda Blethyn.

 LTC is delighted to feature the talents of Sophie Towns as LV.

 at the Brewhouse, Burton upon Trent

TUESDAY 26th to SATURDAY 30th JUNE 2012

at 7.30 each evening

plus Saturday matinee at 2.30 pm

 TICKETS

£8.00 adults / £7.00 concessions

(Concessions available Tuesday to Thursday only)

Box office 01283 508100

 

Take the plunge:

 Dip into poetry!Take the plunge:

Come and meet our poet in residence,

Bert Flitcroft

on

Saturday 23rd June

Bert will be selling, signing and reading from new book of poetry throughout the day.

More details from Burton Library (01283 239556)

 

Thanks to Paul Tovell for the info.

Malice

Malice
The Extended Diploma Dance and Performing Arts students present their musical theatre production Malice.

Based upon the famous Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, the performance has a modern and contemporary twist which experiments with reality, and shows Alice’s descent into a world where things are not quite what they seem.

Tuesday 29th May: 7.30pm £7 and £5 (concession)

Wednesday 30th May: 2.00pm £2 (School and Groups matinee)

Wednesday 30th May: 7.30pm £7 and £5 (concession)

 

Brewhouse Auditorium

Box Office 508100

Thanks to James Shaw for the info.

BADAC AGM

 BADAC AGM

 Wed 23rd May Brewhouse.

 7.30 pm AGM. Short Break followed at approx 8.00 pm by short informal concert by some of this years Bursary Award winners.

 Members and affiliated societies are asked to ensure their nomination papers for the new executive are returned to BADAC Hon.Sec before the event.

Joseph UK Tour Workshop

Joseph UK Tour Workshop

 Have you ever wanted to work with a WestEnd Star? Well Austin’s Academy of Performing Arts may have the answer to your dreams!

Shaun McCourt who is currently in the WestEnd Tour of Joseph and his Technicolor Dream coat is coming to Burton on Trent for one day only.

He will be doing a workshop based on the show and it is on that is defiantly not to be missed.

 

Date: Saturday 26th May 2012

Time: 4:30 to 8:30

Venue:

The Mellow Dramatics Headquarters

Unit 7, Mosley Street

Burton on Trent, DE14 1DW

 Price: £25 Children and Student, £35 Adults

 

For more information contact: 07807928868

Thanks to Simon Austin for the info.

Holiday Week Performing Activities.

Holiday Week Performing Activities.

 Looking for something for your children to do during the JUNE half term break?

Do they enjoy Acting, Singing and Dancing?

Austin Academy of performing arts is pleased to announce their next activity week from

Monday 4th June to Friday 8th June 2012

at Holy Rosary Primary School, Burton-On-Trent.

 

With professionals from both T.V and the West-End working with them, this is a 100% not to be missed opportunity. Confirmed Guest: Shaun McCourt – Joseph UK Tour

 

Juniors Age 5 to 10. 10am – 3pm £80

Inters Age 11 to 16 10am – 4pm £90

Seniors Age 16+ 10am – 5pm £100

 

A Friday afternoon performance for parents, friends and families will celebrate the weeks achievements.

Further details : Web: www.austinsacademy.co.uk | Email: info@austinsacademy.co.uk | Phone: 07807928868

Thanks to Simon Austin for the info.

Mellows – A Chorus Line

The Mellow Dramatics are pleased to announce their next production: ‘A Chorus Line’ which is coming to Burton on Trent from 15th – 19th May 2012. The 1975 musical is about a group of hopeful dancers auditioning for a place in a Broadway show.

 The show is set on the bare stage of a Broadway theatre during an audition for a musical. In between learning audition moves, they each reveal their most personal stories in
interviews with the director, Zach.
Through song, monologue and dance the audience glimpse into the personalities of the performers as they describe events in their lives that have made them who they are today, and their decision to become dancers.

 But which 8 dancers have done enough to convince Zach that they belong?

 A Chorus Line at The Brewhouse Arts Centre in Burton.

15th – 19th May 2012

For more information go to www.Mellow-Dramatics.org

 Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm
(plus Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm)
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Evening and Saturday Matinee: £9.00
Friday and Saturday Evenings: £10.00
Family / Small Group Offer: Buy 4 tickets and get a 5th one for free on £9.00 tickets!

Box Office – 01283 508100

Thanks to Natalie Summers for the info.

Burton Library May Events.

Future Events

 The next Reading Café takes place on Tuesday 29th May from 10am – 12pm, where we’ll be looking at new books for the summer. Got a book to recommend? Or eager to hear someone else’s favourite? Come along for free books, free tea and coffee, and some great ideas about what to read next.

 

Adult Learners’ Week runs from Saturday 12th to Saturday 19th May, and this year will include the following FREE events:

 

Burton Library (01283 239556)

Sat 12th May, 10:00-1:15 Taster sessions in Sign Language, Greek, Nailcare, Crafting

2:00-4:00 An Introduction to Reiki

Thu 17th May, 10:00-12:00 Introduction to Studio Portraiture (come and learn the professional art of digital photography in a studio)

2:00-4:00 Growing Healthy Veg with ESBC

Fri 18th May, 2:30-4:30 Cartoon Drawing Workshop

Sat 19th May, 10:00-1:15 Taster sessions in Sign Language, Greek, Nailcare, Crafting

2:00-4:00 An Introduction to Nail Art

 

Barton Library (01283 713753)

Sat 12th May, 10:30-12:30 An Introduction to Nail Art

Thu 17th May, 10:30-11:30 Growing Healthy Veg with ESBC

Fri 18th May, 10:30-12:30 An Introduction to Reiki

 

Uttoxeter Library (01889 256371)

Tue 15th May 10:00-12:00 An Introduction to Reiki

Wed 16th May 10:00-12:00 Growing Healthy Veg with ESBC and Courtyard Planting

Fri 18th May 10:30-12:30 Cartoon Workshop

 

Please phone the library for more information and to reserve your free place.

 

 Our Monday Writers’ Group meets in the library every Monday afternoon from 1:15 to 3:30, and welcome anyone over 19 writing in any genre. See their website at www.burtonmondaywriters.co.uk/index.php for more details.

 

Thanks to Paul Tovell for the info.