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Tuesday 26 Sep 201707:00 Book Now (Call Box Office)

The Very Best in Stand Up

The Very Best in Stand Up

Taking you through the evening will be Tiernan Douieb. Fresh from a month long run in at the Edinburgh Festival, Tiernan is a quick-witted and likeable comedian who's a staple at big clubs around the country.

Nick Page returns to Nantwich Civic after last playing in 2014 and has a raconteur, story telling style that not only engages the audience, but is peppered with jokes. Nick's stories sound like the surreal, made up stuff of nightmares but what makes them even more compelling is that they are unbelievable true.

Charlie Baker is always a firm favourite with us in Nantwich. A ball of energy with an infectious charm, Charlie is a pure entertainer - from his role on Eastenders to winning "Let's Dance For Comic Relief", he's done plenty of TV but his home truly is on the stage and it's always a pleasure to bring him back.

Josh Howie has just had his radio show "Josh Howie's Losing It" commissioned for a second season and why wouldn't you when series 1 was nominated for a BBC Radio Award? Josh's comedy weaves a cleverly structured walk around a number of subjects close to Josh's heart and his navigation of some of the darker subject matters with his incisive humour and big punchlines make him a comedian worth hearing what he has to say.


Over 18's only

Discretion is advised if you are easily offended.

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Friday 6 Oct 201719:15 Book Now

Co-op's Autumn Concert

Co-op's Autumn Concert

The co-operative Wind Bands & Co-op Funeralcare Band North West

Present their


Autumn Concert


Doors open from 6:30pm and the performance will start at 7pm prompt

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Sunday 8 Oct 201718:30 Book Now (Show starts 7pm )

Little Comets

Little Comets


Hailing from Jarrow, Little Comets are a brilliant indie rock trio who broke into the Top 40 in 2015 with their 3rd album "Hope Is Just A State Of Mind".


Their infectiously breezy songs, often with anthemic choruses, have drawn comparisons to The 1975 and Vampire Weekend, but their style is truthfully all their own and keynote tracks such as "Jennifer" and "Dancing Song" have received extensive BBC Radio 1 air play.


Little Comets have always been famed for gigging in unlikely places – in their early pre-record contract days they played spontaneously in lecture halls, on buses and trams, and only last year they became the first band to complete a gig around the Great North Run.


We're delighted they've chosen to play Words & Music, and their brand of "kitchen sink indie" (their words!) is set to give the festival a huge, inspiring, and energetic start.


Taking place at The Crown Hotel, Nantwich, doors open 7.30pm, tickets £15.


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall or by calling 01270 628633.



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Monday 9 Oct 201719:30 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Seth Lakeman

Seth Lakeman

The groundbreaking, multi award winning, Mercury nominated folk superstar finally makes it to Words & Music to perform a special concert in the beautiful St Mary's Church.


Since emerging in the 90s as part of young folk super group The Equation, Seth has powered ahead in his solo career with his album "Kitty Jay" nominated for the Mercury Prize, his fame consolidated by support tours with Billy Bragg and The Levellers, and his albums consistently charting. A virtuoso on fiddle, tenor guitar, and viola, and a masterly story teller in song,


Seth will bring the myths and legends inherent to his music into a special intimate performance for Nantwich.


Doors open 7pm, tickets £20


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall, or by calling 01270 628633

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Tuesday 10 Oct 201719:00 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Roger McGough OBE

Roger McGough OBE

2017 marks more McGough milestones than the average year. There’s the 50th anniversary of the iconic and top selling "Penguin Modern Poets no.10: The Mersey Sound" by Roger McGough, Brian Patten, and the much missed Adrian Henri.


Then the summer of ’67 epic poem of love and lust, "Summer With Monika", with new illustrations by Chris Riddell and dates with Ensemble 10/10. Plus, "It Was Fifty Years Ago Today" with The Bootleg Beatles and The RLPO. Roger also has a significant birthday in November when his "New and Selected Poems" is published by Penguin.


The beat goes on with a selection of vintage, tough, and surprising poems.


Taking place at The Crown Hotel, Nantwich.  Tickets £17.50, doors open 7pm


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall or by calling 01270 628633

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Wednesday 11 Oct 201719:00 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Therapy?

Therapy?

Since first emerging from Northern Ireland at the start of the 90s and almost single handedly coining the phrase 'alternative metal', Therapy? have blazed a unique trail across UK rock.


Support slots with Teenage Fanclub, Hole, and Babes In Toyland saw the band's reputation burgeoning through 1991, and their first Top 40 album "Nurse" was quickly followed by the Mercury Prize nominated, Kerrang! Award winning "Troublegum" album, one of a string of chart albums and EPs.


Through many stylistic detours and line-up changes the band's devoted core following have kept them a major live draw, and their acoustic shows, developed in recent years, give that army of fans, plus newer listeners, a chance to rediscover the songs in smaller venues, with the band's passion and uncompromising stance undimmed.


Taking place at Nantwich Civic Hall, doors open 7.30pm, tickets £20.


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall or by calling 01270 628633.

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Friday 13 Oct 201719:30 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Tom Robinson & Band

Tom Robinson & Band

"2-4-6-8 MOTORWAY" 40th ANNIVERSARY SHOW


Born in Cambridge in 1950, Tom Robinson first became known in the late 1970s as a musician and LGBT activist with the Tom Robinson Band (TRB) who were early supporters of Rock Against Racism and Amnesty International. In 1977 their Top 5 debut release 2-4-6-8 Motorway became one of the landmark singles of the UK punk era. Other hits included Glad To Be Gay, Up Against The Wall and the band's debut album Power In The Darkness which went gold in the UK and Japan.


As a solo artist Tom had further solo hits in 1983 with War Baby and Atmospherics: Listen To The Radio, and co-wrote songs with Peter Gabriel, Elton John and Dan Hartman.  His 14th studio album Only The Now was released in 2015 featuring guests such as Billy Bragg, John Grant and Ian McKellen. Recent festival dates include Latitude, Green Man and headlining the Left Field stage at Glastonbury 2016.


As a radio broadcaster Tom hosts three shows a week on BBC Radio 6 Music, is a member of the Ivor Novello Awards committee and in 2016 was awarded a fellowship of LIPA to recognition his support for new music artists through BBC Introducing.


To mark the 40th anniversary of 2-4-6-8 Motorway in October 2017, Tom pays tribute to the original TRB by performing his entire Power In The Darkness album back at London's legendary 100 Club with a classic four piece lineup. His incendiary live quartet features Faithless drummer Andy Treacey, Richard Ashcroft guitarist Adam Phillips and keyboard virtuoso Jim Simmons plus Tom himself on bass and lead vocals.


Taking place at The Crown Hotel, Nantwich.  Doors open 7.30pm, tickets £20.00


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall or by calling 01270 628633.



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Saturday 14 Oct 201713:30 Book Now (Doors open 1pm) (Call Box Office)

Carol Ann Duffy DBE

Carol Ann Duffy DBE

Carol Ann Duffy DBE is Britain's first female poet laureate, appointed in 2009.


Born in Glasgow, educated in Stafford, she wrote her first poem at age 11, and after re-locating to Liverpool she met, and was greatly influenced by, Adrian Henri and the Liverpool poets.


Her rise to national and international recognition accelerated in the 80's and was cemented by acclaimed collections such as "Standing Female Nude" and "The World's Wife". She received a Somerset Maugham Award in 1987, The Lannan Literary Award in 1995, and the EM Forster Award in 2000.


Her poems address issues such as oppression, gender, and violence in an accessible language that has made them popular in schools.


Taking place at Nantwich Players Theatre, doors open 2pm, tickets £17.50.


Tickets available directly from Nantwich Civic Hall or by calling 01270 628633

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Saturday 14 Oct 201714:00 Book Now (Closed)

Thea Gilmore

Thea Gilmore

With "The Counterweight", her first album of original material in four years, receiving rave reviews, Thea is back for her ever-anticipated homecoming gig.


The new album has already been described as Thea's reaction to the turbulent events of 2016 and as a return to the spirit of her breakthrough album "Avalanche". Whether hurling lyrical scepticism at the political landscape, crooning a tender love song or throwing a curveball with one of her unlikely cover versions, Thea's exquisite voice never fails to beguile.


The Nantwich resident and Words & Music co-organiser promises to grace the 10th festival with a show that will include a few surprises.


Taking place at Nantwich Civic Hall, tickets £17.50, doors open 7.30pm.


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall or by calling 01270 628633

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Saturday 14 Oct 201719:30 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Beth Rowley

Beth Rowley

Bristol based Beth Rowley is one of the great UK singers to emerge in the 21st century. With influences ranging from gospel and blues to contemporary pop, Beth first charted in 2008 when her album "Little Dreamer" hit the Top 10.


She is now a regular vocalist of choice for Jools Holland and his Rhythm 'n' Blues Orchestra and has shared stages with Adele, Katie Melua, and Jamie Cullen. She has a new album ready for September 2017 and we are privileged to welcome her mellow tones and wonderful backing musicians to the festival.


Taking place at The Crown Hotel, Nantwich.  Tickets £13.50, doors open 2pm.


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall, or by callling 01270 628633


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Sunday 15 Oct 201714:00 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Mark Radcliffe

Mark Radcliffe

From the twin harbour cities of Chester and Knutsford come the Middle England Buccaneers of Galleon Blast.


Featuring banjo, mandolin, accordion, fiddle, whistle, guitar, bass, and drums these sea dogs from round the Cheshire Horn play rollicking original songs, nautically flavoured covers, and grog infused traditional tunes.


With BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music’s Cap’n Mark Radcliffe at the helm, Mistress Fluff, Christy, Rusty, Bilbo, Charlie, and Wools form a formidable crew you’ll be only too happy to welcome alongside as they’re only pretending to be pirates (they're all quite nice actually).


Taking place at The Crown Hotel, Nantwich.  Tickets £12, doors open 7.30pm


Tickets available from Nantwich Civic Hall, or by callling 01270 628633

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Sunday 15 Oct 201719:30 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Oysterband

Oysterband

Oysterband make a modern, folk-based British music, acoustic at heart, sometimes intense, sometimes rocking. Since 1978 they've toured in 35 countries  -  festivals, concerts, bars, rallies, jails, bring 'em on!  -  won 5 BBC Folk Awards and made 13 studio albums and one DVD.

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Friday 24 Nov 201719:45 Book Now (Call Box Office)

Santa's Mixed Up Martian

Santa's Mixed Up Martian

Santa’s Mixed-up Martian is the fourth show in the series written by Iain Lauchlan, creator of the Tweenies, and produced by Imagine Theatre.


The show will once again feature Santa, Ellie and Rudolph but this year they will be joined by a visitor from outer space. A friendly multi-coloured mixed-up Martian who has made an emergency landing on Earth after he was blown of course by a solar wind just as he was nipping out in his space scooter to buy a Mars bar.


As always there will be plenty of chances for the children join in with the action and sing along with their favourite songs. In fact the children will have to help Santa and Ellie find a way to get their confused visitor back to his home planet of Mars.

The show will also give children an opportunity to give their letter to Santa in person. Specially designed paper for the letter will be available on the day or can be downloaded from http://www.imaginetheatre.co.uk/santa-shows/

PLUS: As an added treat, all of the children will get to meet Santa and receive a gift from him.


Santa’s Mixed-up Martian is an unmissable treat for all children up to the age of 8 years and will ensure that the festive season gets off to a sparkling and fun filled start.


Running time approximately 35 minutes followed by a meet and greet with Santa.


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80's Christmas Party

80's Christmas Party

Looking for a great night out this Christmas?  Look no further, Nantwich Civic Hall is the place to be.


The 80's Christmas Party is a full evening of entertainment and all just for £10 a ticket!


Take to the dance floor as the UK's premier 80's band, Electro 80's, hit the stage, transporting everyone back to the days of underground club scenes and school discos!


To complement the band we have a DJ who will keep you dancing to your favourite hits until the early hours.


Why not grab your friends/colleagues and hit the photobooth for a fun way to remember this fantastic Christmas party.


For groups of 6 or more, table reservations are available, meaning that this a perfect evening for a work party or night out with friends.  Booking a group of 50+ or more? - the organiser receives a bottle of fizz.


And don't forget, for those really wanting to get into the spirit of the era, get those rara skirts, leg warmers and shell suits out, there's a prize for the best dressed!

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Friday 8 Dec 201720:30 Book Now (Doors open 7.30pm) (Sold Out)

2017 NYE Comedy Special

2017 NYE Comedy Special

See in the New Year laughing with renound comedians from the international comedy circuit and then party into the early hours.

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Sunday 31 Dec 201719:00 Book Now

Limehouse Lizzy

Limehouse Lizzy
Back by popular demand - Limehouse Lizzy present the greatest hits of Thin Lizzy.

Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, well and dominating stages worldwide. The band have also added a tribute into their show to ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist (and world renowned solo artist) Gary Moore.

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Friday 19 Jan 201820:00 Book Now (Doors Open 7.30pm)

California Blue & Tumblin' Dice

California Blue & Tumblin' Dice
One night, two great acts. A great evening including the very best of 60's and rock music.

Tickets just £7.00

Doors open 7.30pm, show 8pm

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Friday 23 Feb 201820:30 Book Now (Doors Open 7.30pm)

Meet the Beatles

Meet the Beatles
A magical mystery live show from the Cavern to the rooftop!

Meet the Beatles are one of the finest new tributes to The Beatles. From the costumes they wear to the perfect harmonies and all the original instruments, they deliver the most authentic sound and look since the sixties.

Playing all the hits from the early Moptop days through to the final rooftop performance, this is surely a night not to be missed. Take a step back in time and recapture the glorydays of the original merseybeat sound with these four fresh faces on a nostalgic trip down memory lane.

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Friday 16 Mar 201819:30 Book Now (Show starts 8.30pm)