Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Something for the weekend

Great music, theatre, fine ale and blueberries are all on offer this weekend... On Friday night catch the Colliders, The Tensions and Mars Black at Toast, Dukes Court. It starts at 9pm, is a fund raiser for Windyways and theLoop aims to be there. (pic Mars Black's fabulous, Helen Walford).
A little earlier in the evening and a little further afield you can hear Congleton 1972, an illustrated talk on the town's Charter year celebrations. 7.30pm and £2 to get in at the Congleton Museum

On Saturday morning you can prime your fingers for the Teggs Nose Pick... yuck you think... but the pick is of blueberries - so make it yum. 10am to 2pm leaving from the Visitors Centre. 01625 504518. Find refreshment at the 2nd Micro Beer Festival in Alderley Edge, local ale, music and BBQ from noon til late on Stephen St, behind Barclays...

...and later The Gawsworth Open Air Theatre Season presents The Black Dyke Band, brass band conducted by Nicholas Childs and heroic. £23.50/£20. Details follow their Sunday presentation of Mozart by Candlelight, a musical tribute with resplendent costume. £19.50. 01260 223456

Also on Sunday Let's Get Creative in Dukes Court, with live performers, a charity shop fashion show, music and more, all in aid of Uganda School appeal. From 1pm onward £2/£1. 07765574657
Where ever you go please tell them you read about it in theLoop and have fun!

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