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Charley's Aunt
The Little Theatre
Grange Road West, Birkenhead

Tuesday 30th May to Saturday 3rd June 2017, 7:30pm


Standard £8.00
Students and Under 16's £6.00
All tickets subject to a 10% booking fee which is included in the ticket price.

Jack Chesney loves Kitty Verdun and Charley loves Miss Amy Spettigue. They invite the ladies to meet Charley's wealthy aunt from Brazil, "where the nuts come from". Cancelling her visit at the last minute, the millionaire aunt sends the boys into cataclysmic confusion. What do they do now? The problem is solved by drafting their feckless Oxford undergrad pal into a black satin skirt, bloomers and wig. As "Charley's Aunt", this charming frump is introduced to the ladies, to Jack's father and to Stephen Spettigue, Amy's guardian. When the real aunt turns up, classic comic confusion ensues.

Venue Information

www.carltonlittletheatre.co.uk
There is free parking behind the theatre from 6.30pm each day.
There is a bar that is open throughout the performance.

Subscriber Tickets available. Get the same seat reserved at each show at a reduced price. For more information emailsubscriptions@carltonlittletheatre.co.uk
30/05/2017 To 03/06/2017
Wirral Folk Festival - Weekend Pass
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th June 2017
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Adults - £88.20
Children 11yrs to 16yrs - £44.31
Children Under 11 - Free of Charge (with a paying adult)
Students (with NUS card) - £81.90

Adults with CAMPING - £102.90
Children 11yrs to 16yrs with CAMPING - £51.70
Children Under 11 with CAMPING - Free of Charge (with a paying adult)
Students (with NUS card) with CAMPING - £92.40

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

Single Day tickets are available for
Saturday (Click Here)
Sunday (Click Here)

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Friday evening: 7:30pm
Sarah Horn & James Cudworth,
Edwina Hayes,
Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston,
Headline act - MARTIN & ELIZA CARTHY

Saturday afternoon: 12:45pm
The Trials of Cato,
Colin Henderson,
Merry Hell,
Headline act - MARK RADCLIFFE'S GALLEON BLAST

Saturday evening: 7:30pm
Granny's Attic,
Anthony John Clarke,
Mark Radcliffe's Galleon Blast,
Headline act - LINDISFARNE

Sunday afternoon: 12:45pm
Anthony John Clarke,
Bernard Wrigley,
The Coal Porters,
Headline act - BLACKBEARD'S TEA PARTY

Sunday evening: 8:00pm
Mawkin,
Blackbeard's Tea Party,
Headline act - DEMON BARBERS XL ROAD SHOW

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
01/06/2017 20:00
Wirral Folk Festival - Friday 'Evening Session'
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Friday 2nd June 2017, 6:00pm to Midnight
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Tickets - £23.65

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Friday evening: start time - 7:30pm
Sarah Horn & James Cudworth,
Edwina Hayes,
Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston,
Headline act - MARTIN & ELIZA CARTHY

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
02/06/2017 18:00
Wirral Folk Festival - Saturday 'Full Day'
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Saturday 3rd June 2017, 10am to Midnight
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Adults - £40.47
Children 11yrs to 16yrs - £20.52
Children Under 11 - Free of Charge (with a paying adult)
Students (with NUS card) - £38.34

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Saturday afternoon: 12:45pm
The Trials of Cato,
Colin Henderson,
Merry Hell,
Headline act - MARK RADCLIFFE'S GALLEON BLAST

Saturday evening: 7:30pm
Granny's Attic,
Anthony John Clarke,
Mark Radcliffe's Galleon Blast,
Headline act - LINDISFARNE

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
03/06/2017 10:00
Wirral Folk Festival - Saturday 'Afternoon Session'
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Saturday 3rd June 2017, 12:00pm to 6:00pm
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Tickets - £19.50

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Saturday afternoon: 12:45pm
The Trials of Cato,
Colin Henderson,
Merry Hell,
Headline act - MARK RADCLIFFE'S GALLEON BLAST

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
03/06/2017 12:00
Wirral Folk Festival - Saturday 'Evening Session'
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Saturday 3rd June 2017, 6:00pm to Midnight
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Tickets - £23.65

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Saturday evening: 7:30pm
Granny's Attic,
Anthony John Clarke,
Mark Radcliffe's Galleon Blast,
Headline act - LINDISFARNE

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
03/06/2017 18:00
Wirral Folk Festival - Sunday 'Full Day'
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Sunday 4th June 2017, 10am to Midnight
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Adults - £40.47
Children 11yrs to 16yrs - £20.52
Children Under 11 - Free of Charge (with a paying adult)
Students (with NUS card) - £38.34

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Sunday afternoon: 12:45pm
Anthony John Clarke,
Bernard Wrigley,
The Coal Porters,
Headline act - BLACKBEARD'S TEA PARTY

Sunday evening: 8:00pm
Mawkin,
Blackbeard's Tea Party,
Headline act - DEMON BARBERS XL ROAD SHOW

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
04/06/2017 10:00
Wirral Folk Festival - Sunday 'Afternoon Session'
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Sunday 4th June 2017, 12:00pm to 6:00pm
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Tickets - £19.50

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Sunday afternoon: 12:45pm
Anthony John Clarke,
Bernard Wrigley,
The Coal Porters,
Headline act - BLACKBEARD'S TEA PARTY

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
04/06/2017 12:00
Wirral Folk Festival - Sunday 'Evening Session'
WIRRAL FOLK FESTIVAL, Sunday 4th June 2017, 6:00pm to Midnight
The Whitby Club (formerly known as Whitby Sports & Social Club)
Chester Road/Dunkirk Lane
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 6QF

Tickets - £23.65

Festival Enquiries:
07981-639-336
0151-678-9902

This friendly four day - All-on-one-Site - festival is in its 13th year and is one of the very best of its kind in the north of England. With folk legends ‘Lindisfarne’ headlining the festival an impressive line-up of folk and acoustic acts will play the main stage as follows:

Sunday evening: 8:00pm
Mawkin,
Blackbeard's Tea Party,
Headline act - DEMON BARBERS XL ROAD SHOW

As well as the above acts the festival has a large Fringe programme of performers. The Fringe includes, ‘Sing in the Festival Open Mic’, Mini-Concerts, ‘Chance to Meet’ artistes, Folk Club concerts, Singers/Musicians sessions, Singarounds, Ukulele and Irish Jam sessions. ‘Don’t Make Me Laugh’ comedy hour. Training workshops in: - Irish Music, Ukulele, Guitar, Songwriting, and Poetry. ‘Folkus workshops in Bodhran and Whistle. Morris Dance Displays, Craft Fair including Ellesmere Port Boat Museum Ladies Crafts Team

All prices show include a Tickets Wirral booking fee
04/06/2017 18:00
Razzle Dazzle
Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th July 2017, 7:30pm
All Tickets £13.50 (includes a £1.50 per ticket booking fee)

Groups of more than 10 - 11th Ticket Free

Westbourne Hall
59, Westbourne Road,
West Kirby,
Wirral,
CH48 4DQ



Venue Information
Free car park at event, plus on road parking.
Easy walking distance from West Kirby Merseyrail station.
Good disabled access.
Bar and teas for sale.
13/07/2017 To 15/07/2017
WSO - Italia - Opera Gala
Saturday 15th July 2017, 7:30pm
Tickets £15.00 (£13.00 Over 60s, £8.00 Under 16s)

All tickets include a £1.50 booking fee

Wallasey Town Hall
Brighton Street
Wallasey
CH44 8ED

Wirral Symphony Orchestra brings you a memorable evening of orchestral, vocal and choral music from some of the greats of Italian opera, including Verdi’s Nabucco, Macbeth and Il Trovatore, and Puccini’s Madam Butterfly, La Bohème and Tosca, including a semi-staged performance of the tragic Act 3 in its entirety.

Performance in Italian with English surtitles.

This concert is held in association with Wirral Hospice St John’s, towards their invaluable work in helping people affected by life-limiting illness.

Venue Information
Free parking available in nearby car parks and on-street.
15/07/2017 19:30
The Woman's Voice: 2 Short Plays (Ladies in Bonnets and Baggage)
Tuesday 18th July 2017, 7:00pm
All Tickets £6.00 (price displayed includes an admin charge)


Wallasey Central Library
Earlston Road
Wallasey
Wirral
CH45 5DX

THE WOMAN’S VOICE
An evening of two short plays about women.

Ladies in Bonnets
Adapted from the work of Jane Austen on the 200th anniversary of her death in 1817.

Two hundred years after her death Austen still gives us a witty, honest and entertaining observation of certain women of her time.

Baggage
A new play by Bev Clark
Two women both have their own emotionally baggage. Tragedy and homelessness find hope in an unlikely friendshipA story of homelessness and tragedy with both humour and pathos.

“Anyone can find themselves homeless. It’s not that you are a bad person – bad things just happen sometimes… and there’s no way back to hope.”
18/07/2017 19:00