Friday, 22 April 2011

Treacle with eggs

A natural combination this weeked at least!


The Treacle Market falls on Easter day so alongside bumper stalls of glorious food and drink there will be Story telling in a gorgeous tent from the Just So Story tellers ( buy ickets for the festival too), a crazy egg race and egg rolling too ( organised by the Rotary Club) and great music all day from The Maddocks, Ian Haigh and Irish folk from The Hacklers.

If cocolate eggs are too childish for you, try a chocolate cup of home made fruit liqueur. Yes really! 

Bring a big basket, a sun hat, your dogs and children ( optional ) for a very special Treacle day.

Easter bonnets optional.

Sunday 24 April 10am-3.30pm
www.treaclemcclesfield.co.uk

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Cinema :Cinemac


Tues 19: Hop (U) 1.00
Tues 19: Rio (U) 3.00, 5.30
Tues 19: Source Code (12A) 8.00
Weds 20: Hop (U) 1.00
Weds 20: Rio (U) 3.00, 5.30
Weds 20: Source Code (12A) 8.00
Thurs 21: Hop (U) 1.00
Thurs 21: Rio (U) 3.00, 5.30
Thurs 21: Source Code (12A) 8.00

Fri 22: Hop (U) 1.00
Fri 22: Rio (U) 3.15
Fri 22: Arthur (12A) 5.30, 8.00
Sat 23: Hop (U) 1.00
Sat 23: Rio (U) 3.15
Sat 23: Arthur (12A) 5.30, 8.00
Sun 24: Rio (U) 3.15
Sun 24: Arthur (12A) 5.30, 8.00
Mon 25: Hop (U) 1.00

Cinemac, Heritage Centre, Roe St, Macclesfield

Sunday, 17 April 2011

Public Artist, Cheshire East Council

Cheshire East Council's Strategic Commissioning Unit for Cultural Services wishes to appoint a public artist as part of an entrance re-development project at Nantwich Pool.  The contract will require vinyl applied window treatments as well as interior wall artwork inspired by local heritage, with community consultation and workshops.

Public exhibition and interviews of shortlisted artists will be held at Nantwich Pool on Saturday 14 May.
For a full artist brief or any further information please contact Jocelyn McMillan at Cheshire East Council.

Closes Friday 6 May   Contact: Jocelyn McMillan jocelyn.mcmillan@cheshireeast.gov.uk

Saturday, 16 April 2011

Puppet workshop today

A word from Barnaby:
Puppet Workshops
Giant Puppets of Macclesfield's Treacletown Twelve are going to be striding along with the Parade. Our Parade artist Jacki Clark is running a second workshop at our new premises on  Saturday 16th April 1.30- 5pm. 

Come along to work with Jacki, find out how to make the structure yourself – it can be collapsed to make it easily portable – and learn the techniques to add features and clothing according to the era that you are working with. The same techniques can be used to make smaller puppets too!



Our Barnaby Parade Workshops is on South Park Road (the old driving test centre). This has been loaned to us by Resources for Business. The address is
South Park Road, Macclesfield, SK11 6SH

If you turn by the Co Op chemists on Park Lane, the building is on your right, opposite the old St John's School building, access to the workshop is round the side through large double doors, there will be an Easel outside with the Barnaby Logo.



Next weekend we'll be at:

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Food4Macc

Talk on Composting by Phil Shaw & Tom North  7.30 p.m. Thursday 14th April at The Romero Centre. All Hallows Catholic College, Brooklands Ave, Macclesfield, 
Entry free for Food4Macc members, & £2 for non members. Coffee & tea will be served at the start so please go a little bit early if you would like a drink.
After the talk and question & answer session, there will be a chance for you to put forward any suggestions you may have about Food4Macc projects.
Don't forget to take along any seeds, seedlings or produce etc you have for swapping, including egg boxes, empty jam jars etc.

Monday, 11 April 2011

Like Clockwork

The wonderful Clockwork Radio play an acoustic gig, this Thursday (14 April), 8pm at The Treacle Tap. One, if not both, of the Jane's will be there. It's one not to be missed!

Treacle Tap, Sunderland St
01625 615 938
www.thetreacletap.co.uk

But don't take our word for it... check them out here first...
www.clockworkradio.co.uk

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Big Spring Sale at

Victoria Mill Arts Centre, 
Foundry Bank, Congleton.
13 - 15 April
Weds. 13th 10 - 9pm
Thurs 14th 10 - 5pm
Fri. 15th 10 - 5pm

Original art & craft at bargain prices as artists have a spring studio clean!
Also selected frames, mounts and art materials at reduced prices.

Thursday, 7 April 2011

Cinema:cinemac










Fri 8: Hop (U) 5.30
Fri 8: Limitless (15) 8.00
Sat 9: Hop (U) 3.00, 5.30
Sat 9: Limitless (15) 8.00
Sun 10: Hop (U) 3.00, 5.30
Sun 10: Limitless (15) 8.00
Mon 11: Hop (U) 5.30
Mon 11: Limitless (15) 8.00
Tues 12: Hop (U) 5.30
Tues 12: Limitless (15) 8.00
Weds 13: Hop (U) 5.30
Weds 13: Brighton Rock (15) 1.30, 8.00
Thurs 14: Hop (U) 5.30
Cinemac
Heritage Centre
Roe Street
Macclesfield SK11 6UT

Recorded Information: 01625 423535
Enquiries: 07871 422937

All tickets on Sundays & Mondays: £3.20

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Poems & Pints

Hosted by John Lindley 'Manchester Cathedral Poet of the Year 2010' and former 'Cheshire Poet Laureate'. A chance to read your own poems or your favourites or just come to listen (and drink, of course). This Wed, 6th April at 8pm. £2.50 on the door and upstairs at The Crown Inn in Goostrey.

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Something for the weekend ?

Macc is humming  this weeknd with live music.
Theres the music all dayer at The Swan with two Necks till 11pm tonight with Cash 4 chaos, Bleeding Hands, Half dead Ed, Tim Woodhouse, Home grown effect and more. 

More live music at Ronnies tomorrow, Sunday: with  Heat Four of the exclusive FOMFEST battle of the bands.
Jack Trainer: 4:00-4:45pm
Addy Oldman: 5:00-5:45pm
Rich House + Friends 6:00-6:45pm
Steller: 7:00-7:45pm
Ronnies Bar, Dukes Court,

Friday, 1 April 2011

Winning Words...




















There are still a couple of places left on The Bell Jar: a six week online poetry course with top poet Jo Bell.
In science and now in poetry, a bell jar is ‘a safe space in which to conduct experiments.’ Winning Words offers a six-week online course with poet Jo Bell. Exercises and wordsparks to interest and challenge poets at all levels, and a showcase for new work. Friendly, supportive and lively writing; join a new writing community from your own home.
Jo Bell is a poet and literature development worker, whose projects take her across the UK. Formerly an industrial archaeologist, she lives on a narrowboat in the NW of England. She is the director of National Poetry Day, and her poetry has been published in journals including Magma and Iota. Her latest publication Bugged brings together writers such as Stuart Maconie, Ian Marchant and Jenn Ashworth, in a collection of work based on overhearings.
The cost of this exclusive course is just £137, and places are limited so sign up today! If you have any questions, please use the contact form, putting ‘Winning Words course query’ in the subject line.
The course will run from 4th April to 15th May 2011.