Upcoming Events

Dancing in the Dark – Wednesdays, 7-8pm

No dress code, no instructions, no instructor, no lights! An hour long dance session – you can lose yourself and dance your heart out!

Chorlton Irish Club, every Wednesday, 7-8pm


Wigan Warblers – Tuesdays 12-2pm

A singing support group for those with long-term health problems, including heart disease and breathing difficulties

Douglas Bank, Woodhouse Lane, Wigan WN6 7NF

Contact: Natasha Liddle
Tel: 07814 205 865
Email: natashagarswood@gmail.com


Play: The Marriage of Kim K – Monday 3 – Monday 17 July

Kim Kardashian’s love life has been set to music by classical composer Mozart to create a satirical musical called The Marriage of Kim K – and its coming to to the sixth Greater Manchester Fringe 3-4, 10-11, 15-17 July 2017.

In 2011, Kim Kardashian televised her fairytale wedding to NBA basketball star Kris Humphries… 72 days later she filed for divorce. In this brisk, clever and ambitious take on Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, this spectacular Kardashian failure is just one of three iconic marriages to comically disintegrate on stage.


Monday 3 July & Tuesday 4 July – 7pm
Monday 10 July & Tuesday 11 July – 9:30pm
Saturday 15 July & Sunday 16 July – 4pm
Monday 17 July – 7pm

Tickets: £10 (£8)


Play: The Loves of Others – Tuesday 18 – Saturday 22 July

Part of the Greater Manchester Fringe, The Loves of Others is written by playwright and performance Poet Alex Keelan and directed by Kayleigh Hawkins. The play is a dark comedy about romance, pretence and love, all told through the lives of three thirty-something couples. Leanne hosts a dinner party and is keen to prove she has the perfect relationship with Max. Can a game of Mr and Mrs really prove who is the most in love or will it reveal the cracks in their relationships they all try to hide? The Loves of Others has been described as a modern, northern Abigail’s Party.

53Two, 8 Albion Street, Manchester M1 5NZ

Tuesday 18 – Thursday 20 July at 7L30pm, £9/£7

Friday 21 & Saturday 22 July at 9:30pm, £9/£7


Refract:17 at Waterside Arts Centre – 21-30 July

A brand new ten day summer programme bursting with experiential performance, music and events to challenge visitors of all ages to see things differently.

Refract:17 runs from Friday 21 to Sunday 30 July, bringing together a carefully curated programme jilted from convention.

Click here to see what’s on and buy tickets.

To join REFRACTION click here to fill out a VERY quick form!


Soroptimist International Manchester Ladies’ Charity Lunch – Sunday 23 July

Health, Beauty, Wellness

In aid of Soroptimist International Manchester’s Charities

  • Bucks Fizz on arrival
  • 2 course lunch
  • Tea & cake
  • Raffle & auction
  • Health & beauty stalls

Date: Sunday 23 July 2017
Time: 12-5pm
Place: Swinton Park Golf Club
East Lancashire Road, Swinton, Manchester M27 5LX

Tickets: £25
Rosemarie Marginson – 07742 910 019 – rosemarginson@btinternet.com
Barbara Blaber: 07885 598 807 – blaberb@aol.com


Boris the Musical – 27, 28, 29 July – 8pm

Suitable for Ages 15+

Part of the Greater Manchester Fringe

One year on from the referendum, Blowfish Theatre presents the rise, fall and unfortunate rise again of Britain’s most famous politiclown. Hear the (soon to be) smash hits, “I’m talking about Brexit”, “Posh Lads” and “BeLeave!” Boo Michael Gove as he welcomes you to the Church of Brexit. Witness the life and time of Boris, in song!

A blend of biography, Brexit farce, and musical satire, “Boris” is the 5* show with something for everyone. Mixing pop with punk, tango and gospel, this is the always hilarious, often enraging tale of BoJo and his hand in Brexit.

Now newly updated to include the 2017 General Election. Join us on a musical journey from Eton, through Brexit, to Election 17!

So come along and laugh your socks off at the state of the world for an hour…before returning to your grim, unavoidable reality.

“A very funny show… something of a blessed relief as the UK struggles with the aftermath of Boris’ Brexit Shenanigans” Manchester Theatre Awards




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYgrnwnF0cA (trailer)