Friday, 1 October 2010

Something For The Weekend

There's so much going on this weekend, I'm putting money on me forgetting something important... but here's to trying anyway.
Beginning tonight with a hearty laugh at the Bollington Comedy Club with Noel James, Dom Carroll, Duncan Logan and Phil Ellis (as pictured). Doors and bar open at 7.30. Performance at 8pm and tickets £8.
Stay over until Saturday night and catch Bollington Jazz. Welcoming for the first time The Limehouse Jazz Band. Starts 8pm. £8. Both Bollington Arts Centre, Wellington Rd.
There's art and Italian cinema Workshops on Saturday too. With Claire de Ruiter's Wrap Up For Winter. Make a felt scarf using vibrant merino wools. 10am-4pm. £40 including materials. Rainow Church Centre.
Also... there's the Mill Italian Opera Workshop, with the works of Verdi and Italian food and drink. From 10.30am. £20. The Mill, Sunderland St. Macc.
Renaissance Art and Wine shows international artists Alister Colley from 2 Oct. Includes a wine tasting and raffle. Roylance Building, Waters Green Macc. 01625 502111
On the large scale there's also a silk town spectacular in the form of the Silk Ball in aid of East Cheshire Hospice at Macc Town Hall from 7.30pm. £60 per person.
And in Congleton Clonter Opera presents Rossini's La Cenerentola (Cinderella) for its final Cheshire performance. 7pm (70 min supper interval) Tickets £65, £55, £40. Clonter Opera Theatre, Swettenham Heath.

Sunday looks a little mellower with The Hollin's Farmers Market. Hollins, Black Road, Macc. And RSPB Wildlife Explorers Wildlife Safari and Treasure Hunt. Meeting at Teggs Nose (Bottoms Reservoir carpark)

Hope that's everthing and to see you out there!

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