Monday 16- 29 May | Foster Care Fortnight
Foster Care Fortnight™ is The Fostering Network’s annual campaign to raise the profile of fostering. It is also the UK’s biggest foster carer recruitment campaign, the theme is Time to Foster, Time to Care. Foster4Halton (Halton’s local authority fostering service) are making use of the 20 minute theme and involving people from the local area during Foster Care Fortnight, The Brindley will be supporting the campaign to raise awareness about about the children in Halton in need of foster homes and carers. Look out for the #Foster4Halton banner in the venue and share your ‘favorite 20 minutes of last year’ by writing on and sharing the #FCF2016 placards on social media (use #FCF2016 & #Foster4Halton). To find our more about the campaign by click here
Wednesday 22 June | 19:30 | Theatre | £23
Starring Faye Tozer from the band Steps and Vicki Michelle from Allo Allo. Directed by Lisa Riley, star of Emmerdale and Strictly Come Dancing. Real Women, Real Lives. Tailor-made for Women, The Naked Truth is the hit comedy play from Dave Simpson, the writer of the smash-hit comedy Girls Night Out. Now on its 10th fantastic tour, this show has had people on their feet all over the UK. Set in a village hall pole dancing class (the latest keep-fit craze) it is a brilliantly funny bittersweet comedy about sisterhood.
Tuesday 24 May | 7.30pm | Theatre | £23, £21
London Festival Opera presents A Night At The Opera
Featuring stars from Covent Garden, English National Opera and Glyndebourne. Celebrated arias and ensembles from Mozart, Rossini, Verdi, Bizet and Puccini will appeal to opera connoisseurs and newcomers alike. A combination of Superb singing, a select chamber ensemble and elegant costumes.
Wednesday 25 May | 7.30pm | Theatre | £22, £20
The Billy Fury Birthday Concert
The Billy Fury Years takes you on an unforgettable journey through the musical career of Britain’s best loved rock ‘n roller. Hailed as ‘the best Fury since Fury’, Michael King and his fantastic musicians bring you Jealousy, I Will, Halfway to Paradise and more, all delivered in true Fury style.
Thursday 26 & Friday 27 May | 7.30pm | Theatre | £25
Grumpy Old Women – Fifty Shades Of Beige starring Jenny Eclair, Susie Blake & Kate Robbins
Perrier Award-winning comedian, writer Jenny Eclair will be joined by Blake (Mrs Brown’s Boys, Coronation Street) and actress and singer Kate Robbins. This jam-packed show includes the joy of large pants, beards for women, middle-aged drinking and, how to customise an unwanted pole dancing kit.
Thursday 26 May | 8pm | Studio | £12
Woody is a New Yorker who plays an enticing mix of American acoustic blues, roots and jazz guitar. An outstanding singer/songwriter, he has played and recorded with blues legends Son House & Bukka White, guitar innovator John Fahey and even given guitar lessons to Paul Simon! www.woodymann.com
Saturday 28 May | 7.30pm | Theatre | £24
The Illegal Eagles
The World’s Official No.1 Eagles tribute. Their tight harmonies, attention to detail and uncanny ability to capture the emotion of Don Henley’s vocal delivery has won mass acclaim. Features all the classics such as Hotel California, Take It Easy, Lyin’ Eyes, Desperado, Life in the Fast Lane and more.
Sunday 29 May | 7.30pm | Theatre | £19, £17.50
Garth Brooks UK
Europe’s number one tribute to the biggest-selling solo artist of all time. An incredible, high-energy show featuring some of the best musical talent from across the UK country music scene, a truly electrifying frontman packed with all of your favourite Garth Brooks hits.
Tuesday 31 May | 7.30pm | Theatre | £14, £12
Award-winning stand-up comedian. Looking back, travelling, delivering lefty, liberal jokes was quite straightforward. Now he has to juggle the responsibilities of being an uncle, in an actual relationship and being that bloke, from that quiz, in that poorly fitting white suit. It’s not easy.