Upcoming Events

This page shows Broadmayne events in date order – scroll down to look further into the future

 


Thursday 14th November


Saturday 16th November

Methera

 

Methera is a unique ensemble: a string quartet with roots firmly planted in English traditional music. Their national tours, BBC Radio 3 broadcasts and collaborations have helped them establish a reputation as a scintillating live act, blazing a trail through the uncharted territory that lies between folk and chamber music.

Lucy Deakin (cello), John Dipper and Emma Reid (fiddles) and Miranda Rutter (viola) combine a deep knowledge of traditional music with a wide range of other influences and expertise and a deep sense of musical interaction. Newly composed pieces sit alongside timeless traditional material; their music is both sophisticated and earthy, ground-breaking and familiar, enchanting and thrilling.

St Peter’s Church, West Knighton, 7:30pm
Tickets £10 adult, £6 U18, £25 family
Cornerhouse Stores, Broadmayne – www.artsreach.co.uk – Tim Clayton 07443 659912

A bar will be available

 


Saturday 30th November

Sunset Café Stompers – Jazz Arrives in Britain

Broadmayne resident the renowned jazz pianist Mike Denham will play, with the hugely respected Sunset Café Stompers, in a narrative concert charting the birth and development of jazz in Britain from the arrival in the UK of the original Dixieland Jazz Band from New Orleans in 1919.

This is a specially created and topical programme bringing to life the concerts, crackly recordings and characters of 100 years ago, when jazz crossed the Atlantic just after the First World War.

Broadmayne Village Hall
19:30 for 20:00

Tickets £15
Corner House Stores (only from 20th November)
Tim Clayton on 07433 659912

 


Sunday 1st December

Christmas Craft Fair

in aid of Broadmayne and West Knighton PreschoolBroadmayne and West Knighton Preschool. Christmas Craft Fair. Sunday 1st December 11:00am to 3:00pm. Broadmayne Village Hall

 


Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd February

 

Broadmayne Players Present their annual pantomime
“Little Bo-Peep”

 

 


Thursday 26th March

 

“The Hiding Place” – Oddments Theatre

 

The true story of Corrie ten Boom and her family’s struggle to save the Jews from the Nazis and how their faith became light in the darkest places. The inspirational story of a devoted Christian family who felt they could not just watch the devastating circumstances of the Jews, and set out on an incredible rescue mission putting Corrie and her family at great risk.

Broadmayne Village Hall, Cowleaze Road
19:00 for 19:30

Tickets £11 purchased in advance / £13 reserved or purchased on the door,
from Cornerhouse Stores, Main Street, Broadmayne,
or Tim Clayton on 07443 659912

 


Saturday 30th May

 

Kyle Carey – Gaelic Americana

Kyle makes a unique fusion of Appalachian and Celtic music she likes to call ‘Gaelic Americana’. Having learned Scottish Gaelic to the point of fluency, her music is an expression and exploration of the deep connection between Appalachian and Celtic traditions. Many critics have likened her to being a mix of
Loreena McKennitt and Alison Krauss.

Further details to be announced.