What’s on in Novem­ber

Cheshire Life’s guide to the best events in and around the county this month. Cheshire Life: Novem­ber 2018

Cheshire Life - - Arts & Events -


TWO ACRYLIC ARTISTS Julie Con­rad and Re­nee Sul­li­van will show­case dif­fer­ent styles of paint­ings that re­flect their pas­sion for the artis­tic life­style.


FAGIN’S TWIST See Dicken’s Oliver Twist in a new light when Avant Garde Dance Com­pany present this un­told story of a no­to­ri­ous and com­plex vil­lain told through their con­tem­po­rary hip hop style of dance.


KINKY BOOTS In­spired by true events, this joy­ous story of Brit grit to high-heeled hit is the ul­ti­mate fun night out. With songs by award-win­ning pop icon Cyndi Lau­per, this pro­duc­tion takes you from the fac­tory floor to the glam­orous cat­walks of Mi­lan. 13TH-17TH CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG Cel­e­brate the 50th an­niver­sary of the clas­sic film. It prom­ises to be a spec­tac­u­lar show telling the story of Car­ac­ta­cus Potts, his chil­dren and the fa­mous fly­ing car.


CH­ESTER ARTS FAIR With over 120 ex­hi­bi­tions and a range of highly col­lectible pieces, artists from all over the UK and in­ter­na­tional, emerg­ing and es­tab­lished artists will be show­cas­ing their work.


SWAN LAKE Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake re­turns with award-win­ning de­sign­ers cre­at­ing an ex­cit­ing pro­duc­tion for this age.


AN IDEAL HUS­BAND Al­sager Com­mu­nity Theatre bring to life Os­car Wilde’s clas­sic com­edy-drama that fo­cuses on a mar­ried cou­ple who ap­pear too per­fect in ev­ery re­spect.


MY MOUN­TAIN LIFE Si­mon Yates, an ex­plorer who has taken on some of the world’s most hos­tile ter­rains, tells the nail-bit­ing tale of sur­vival that cat­a­pulted him to fame.

Parr Hall, War­ring­ton, 01925 442345.

25TH-30TH PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT Based on the Os­car-win­ning film, Priscilla is the hi­lar­i­ous ad­ven­ture of three friends who head for Alice Springs to put on the show of a life­time.


ALADDIN Fea­tur­ing an ar­ray of silly jokes, cus­tard pies, all en­twined with the story of Aladdin. With lash­ings of au­di­ence par­tic­i­pa­tion, it’s the per­fect fam­ily out­ing.

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