For lots more ideas visit our website, thethread. org.uk. The Thread is your local e-guide, keeping you up to date with what’s happening in Macclesfield. We’re on air with Canalside’s ‘The Thread’ 102.8FM and online at thethread.org.uk bringing you news, reviews and the most comprehensive What’s On guide yet. Do you want regular updates about what’s on in and around town? Follow us on twitter @ thethreadmacc or on facebook. WHAT’S ON Cinemac, Heritage Centre, Roe Street Macclesfield SK11 6UT Recorded information: 01625 423535 Enquiries: 07871 422937 On this Week: Ant-Man (U) Thomas and Friends: Legend of the Lost Treasure (U) Minions (U) To confirm listings times, for more information and bookings go to www.cinemac. org.uk or contact 01625 423535 Sarah Ward, author visit: Crime author Sarah Ward will be launching her new book, In Bitter Chill, which is set in the Derbyshire Peak District. Sarah will also be talking about crime fiction in general. Tickets £3.00, including refreshments, are available from the library. For more information call 01625 374000 Date: Thursday, July 23 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Macclesfield Library Email: macclesfield. firstname.lastname@example.org. uk Joan Armatrading: the first time in her career, on what promises to be her last major world tour, Joan Armatrading appears solo, performing all her huge hits including Love And Affection, Me Myself I, Drop The Pilot, Willow and many more. Get ready for the landmark songs, the rich, mellifluous voice and glorious guitar of this Ivor Novello winning, Billboard-chart topping multi-instrumentalist. All tickets £29.50. To book call 01260 223456 Date: Friday, July 24 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Gawsworth Hall Web: www.gawsworthhall.com
For Bollington Beer Festival: Beer, Food and Live Music. Tickets £6 available from selected outlets including the Vale Inn and the Poachers Inn. For more information go to www.bollingtonbeer festival.co.uk Date: July 24/25 Time: 6pm Friday and all day Saturday Venue: Bollington Arts Centre. Mind Body Spirit Event: This is a quality show, where you will feel you get a very personal service, so join us and become more centred and focused. There will be palmistry, tarot, numerology, astrology, and international mediums. Date: Saturday and Sunday July 25/26 Time: 10am until 5pm Venue: Senior Citizens Hall, Duke Street. Web: www.rosemary douglas.com Live at the Broken Cross Club: Featuring Emma Dane, a fantastic solo singer Date: Saturday, July 25 Time: 9pm Venue: The Broken Cross Club Treacle Market: Treacle Market is a bustling arts, antiques, crafts, food and drink market, held on the cobbles of the historic marketplace in Macclesfield. With around 140 stalls of exceptional food and drink, unique crafts and vintage finds, plus stalls and information from the Macclesfield community. Date: Sunday, July 26 Time: 10.00am-3pm Venue: Market Place and Chestergate
An English Serenade on Recorders: The Society of Recorder Players Macclesfield Branch plays English music through the centuries on four different sized recorders Date: Sunday, July 26 Time: 3pm Venue: St Peter’s Church, Prestbury Comic workshop: Comic workshop with Marc Jackson – 10am to 11.30am. Suitable for age five plus but children must be accompanied by a parent. Booking essential. Tickets cost £5 and are available from Bollington Library. Date: Tuesday, July 28 Time: 10am-11.30am Venue: Bollington Library Tel: 01625 378266 Auction and Raffle: A benefit auction and raffle to raise funds for those affected by the Bosley mill explosion. Date: Friday, July 31 Time: 7pm Venue: Queen’s Arms, Bosley Whilst every care is taken in putting together our ‘What’s On’ we can take no responsibility for inaccuracies or change of events. We advise you always contact the venue to check details before leaving home.