Sat21Sep20197:30PM to 9:30PM Melrose Hall
‘Blowin’ In The Wind’
Songs Of Peace, Protest & Love
Join us as we take you back to the era of PEACE , PROTEST & LOVE with uniquely arranged classic songs such as “Mr Tambourine Man’, ‘Imagine’, ‘The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down’, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’,‘The Sound of Silence’, ‘All you need is Love’ and many more.
“Blowin’ in the Wind”. Combining the vocal harmonies of Vee Sweeney and Mark Rowson, 16 instruments between them and outstanding musicianship, they perform an uplifting and inspiring show to give you a fabulous evening of unforgettable music.
When Dylan, Baez and friends sang their songs of peace, protest & love, “times certainly were a- changin’..”
Bring own drinks!
Tel: 0151 632 2152
St Paul’s Musical Theatre Company present ‘A Night At The Races’
*First race starts at 7.30pm
Tickets £7.50 Including ‘Hot-Pot’ Supper
Bring your own drinks
Tel: 0151 632 2152 / 07880714976
Sat05Oct20197:30pm– 10:00 pmMelrose Hall
A cast of 6 singers will perform Mozart's comic opera in ENGLISH.
Further details & to book tickets go to:
Opera-lele present ‘A Brand New Show’
A unique comedy music act, performing music from opera and musical theatre, accompanied by the twang of the ukulele!
In conjunction with Summer Strum Hoylake the fabulous George and Mandi (aka Opera-lele) will kick start their UK Christmas Tour here in Hoylake…
An evening of Carols, Christmas and Comedy with audience participation encouraged and a fun time guaranteed to get you all into the Christmas spirit.
Bring a ukulele if you have one!
George Bartle and Amanda Harkett both trained as singers at the Royal College of Music & Goldsmiths College in London. They have gone on individually to forge careers for themselves as entertainers of the highest calibre.
See more here: www.facebook.com/events
They would love to see you all there!
Tickets: £10 on sale online at: wegottickets.com/event and
via Jackie Hall at Melrose Hall. Tel: 0151 632 2152
Fri13Dec2019Sat14Dec20197:00 pmMelrose Hall
Hosted by Off Book Theatre Company:
After more than a year off, we're coming back with another classic story brought to stage. Marley was dead to begin with that much was certain, but will his ghost convince Scrooge to change his ways.