Get rid of unwanted clutter or bag yourself a bargain at this popular indoor market and car boot sale!
Re-invented for 9-13 years-olds, this new production of Macbeth – Blood Will Have Blood is an accessible and unforgettable introduction to Shakespeare’s shocking story of ambition, greed and the abuse of power. Summoned by the arrival of the audience, a macabre Porter leads us into the dark heart of Shakespeare's play, offering young audiences (and their families) a glimpse of life under Scotland’s tyrant King. Using razor sharp storytelling, a dramatic on-screen world and a heart-stopping soundtrack this one-man adaptation takes us on a break-neck journey through the blood-soaked world of Macbeth. Supported by Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton and funded by Arts Council England. ‘I cannot but imagine that Shakespeare himself would have loved this interpretation and that the visceral, earthy and mischievous re-telling of his story would have delighted him.’ Steve Hawthorne, InSuffolk Review ‘My advice for those considering bringing their children to see this groundbreaking production is: kill to get a ticket.’ Roy Leighton, author of Success in the Creative Classroom www.chinaplatetheatre.com @youroldchina Running time 55 minutes (performance) 30 minutes (workshop) Age guidance Most suited for ages 9-13
Socialise at Crawshawbooth Library over tea, biscuits and knitting!
Learn the basics with friendly Age UK tutors!
Meet new people and sing your heart out at these weekly sessions as part of the Rossendale Dementia Choir.
Join this fantastic weekly group and socialise with other individuals at Newchurch Methodist Church, Rossendale.
Come and join in with everybody's favourite board games!
This exhibition of paintings are under the generic title of 'There's something in the garden'.
Joan the Wad, aka Sarah and Liam are an acoustic duo playing a selection of covers and original songs. Sarah's mellifluous voice is the perfect complement to Liam's laid back guitar playing. Expect a sparkling evening of warm sounds and gentle harmonies that are easy on the ear.
Drop in to The Boo with your babies and toddlers this autumn for a series of creative play sessions. There’ll be plenty of opportunity for you and your little ones to socialise and interact with other families, enjoy guided sensory play, and spend time together in a safe, friendly and fun environment. Each session will be centred around a different feel, sound, or smell, and will give you the chance to relax as we guide you and your baby though a journey of interactive play.