DON’T let the onset of those cool, dark nights affect your mood! Here at ArtERY Live we aim to lighten the doom and gloom by sprinkling a little magic your way.
Our new Autumn season is packed full of events, from live music, to vibrant theatre, spellbinding puppetry and jaw-dropping magic. So you have no excuse for spending night after night curled up in your dressing gown in front of the television.
The spectacular line up will see some of the hottest acts in the country touring village halls and community centres in North Lincolnshire.
First up is a high energy dance event from Panta Rei Danseteater. Their moving and thought-provoking production of ‘I Wish Her Well’ will whirl its way to Beverley at St Mary’s Parish Hall on October 9.
Described as ‘an intricate performance combining storytelling and dance,’ the production will focus on the lives of a group of women examining themes of universal appeal and has already toured Norway, Sweden and Tanzania, culminating in a special showing at CODA Oslo International Dance Festival’s 10th anniversary celebration. This is a one off performance for LiveLincs and is well worth a visit. For more information, visit www.pantareidanseteater.com/en/om-es
Those who love show tunes and live music will adore Juliet Kelly Duo. In a memorable performance, Juliet will shine a spotlight on her favourite songs from stage and screen. ‘Bond to Bowie’; Songs of Stage and Screen will feature in venues in Lund, Swanland and Bishop Burton from October 28. For more information visit www.julietkelly.com
One of the most dynamic organisations of its kind, Balbir Singh Dance Company is set to wow crowds in Lund with a triple bill show; ‘East Meets West’. The performance opens with beautiful Kathak Indian dancing, which is followed by a stunning display of contemporary dance. The third part of the evening will see a thrilling combination of performance art and urban culture, featuring UK and Euro Champion BMX bike rider Keelan Phillips. This show takes place on November 19. For more information visit http://www.balbirsinghdance.co.uk/.
An intoxicating potion of science and magic will have audiences transfixed in Bridlington and Etton (Nov 18 and Nov 20). Oliver Meech meddles with forces most of us barely understand in a comedy magic show which caters for the QI generation. His shows have sold out month long runs at Edinburgh Fringe as well as Manchester Comedy Festival.
For more information visit www.olivermeech.com
No LiveLincs programme would be complete without some thought-provoking theatre. Townsend Productions present ‘Road to Jarama’ in Swanland, Sat, Nov 26. Commissioned by the International Brigades Memorial Trust, the play’s tour coincides with the 80th anniversary of the creation of the military unit in October 1936 and the Battle of Jarama in 1937. Written by Neil Gore, the production has already received rave reviews. You can find out more here www.townsendproductions.org.uk
Where and When
Full listings LiveLincs x 15
Panta Rei Danseteater; I Wish Her Well
Sat Oct 9 7.00 Beverley, St Mary’s Parish Hall 01482 870751 or TIC 01482 391672
Juliet Kelly – Bond to Bowie: Songs of Stage & Screen
Frid Oct 28 7.30 Lund Village Hall 01377 217776 or 01377 219598
Sat Dec 3 7.30 Swanland Village Hall 01482 634863
Sun Dec 4 8.00 Bishop Burton Village Hall 01964 552364 or 552303
Balbir Singh Dance Company; East Meets West Triple Bill
Sat Nov 19 7.30 Lund Village Hall 01377 217776 or 01377 219598
Oliver Meech; When Magic and Science Collide
Fri Nov 18 7.30 Bridlington Spotlight Theatre 01262 601006
Sun Nov 20 3.00 Etton Village Hall 01430 810285
Townsend Productions; Dare Devil Rides to Jarama
Sat Nov 26 7.30 Swanland Village Hall 01482 634863
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