Thursday, 24 September 2009

Something for the weekend?

Music wise you can catch Apollyon at the Swan with Two Necks, and Tommy Allen and Jonny Hewitt playing Mississippi Blues at the Hollins on Friday whilst Dead River Disco are at Ronnie's on Sunday night.

Creative Sparks:The Secret Lives of Objects
writing class runs at Bollington Art Centre tomorrow and then in the evening there is a Stars of Stage and Screen Spectacular at St Michaels's Church in Macc. Lyme Park is 'doing' the Victorians at home both weekend days; the perfect chance to try on some Victorian costume and try your hand at related games and puzzles.

There is a Craft fair at Capesthorne and Christ Church in Macclesfield will be opening its doors on Saturday. As we mentioned below its the final weekend of Cheshire Open studios so try to get along to some of these.
The Village of Sutton is holding its first Village Arts Festival this weekend. There's a wonderful programme of music, dance, art and workshops. Not to be missed.

If that's not enough and you fancy a trip into Manchester there is the Buy Art fair at Urbis where Prestbury's Likailin Gallery will be exhibiting. I Think we'll take a look.

For more art closer to home, Barefoot Couture at Bosley cross roads are holding an auction and exhibition of local artists work in aid of East Cheshire Hospice.We love Colin Hallidays paintings so we will definitely be nipping along.

Remember if you saw it in the loop, please tell them.
picture by Colin Halliday

Sutton Festival Jenny Kendal 01260 252204
Stage and Screen spectacular
Sat 26 sept 7.30 01625 421894

Ronnies Bar
01625 665050
Sun 7pm
The Swan with two necks
see maccattack link
Urbis Buy Art
Barefoot Couture 01260 222122
Creative Sparks see Bollington Arts centre link below
Cheshire Open Studios or

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