Live & Local @ The Glebe

Bringing the community together to enjoy high-quality, entertaining and affordable professional live theatre, music, dance and family shows.

The Glebe has been hosting Live & Local shows at the Glebe since early 2013. We try to put on a wide variety to appeal to all age groups, and shows are always very well attended. All profits go to the Glebe. The season lasts from late September to the end of May.

Details of the 2017/18 season will be published here in late June. Sign up here to be among the first to know!

 

Tickets for all shows can be booked on-line, by email, calling 01773 853260, or from reception from 1 month before the performance.

 

Previous Live & Local shows at the Glebe:

2017

 

13 May 2017    Tayo Aluko & Friends – Call Mr Robeson. A Life, with Songs  Tayo Aluko brought his compelling and emotionally charged award-winning show “Call Mr Robeson. A Life, with Songs.” to Crich.

Tayo received a standing ovation from the capacity audience at the Glebe for his extraordinary performance.

 

22 April – Katherine Swynford by Lesley Smith
The capacity audience was spell-bound by Lesley Smith’s presence and story-telling. History brought to life in a most entertaining way.

Photos © David Lane

9 April – Remi Harris Trio – gypsy jazz trio
Another full house at the Glebe thoroughly enjoyed the virtuoso guitar playing of Remi Harris, supported by Caley Groves on guitar and Mike Green on double bass. 

Photos © David Lane

11 March – I Wish Her Well – contemporary dance from Panta Rei Danseteater
Another full house at the Glebe enthusiastically enjoyed this wonderful performance by one of Norway’s leading dance theatre companies.

Photos ©davidjedge 

Their skill, athleticism, and story-telling was hugely appreciated.

11 March – Dance Workshop
10 young ladies from Crich Junior, Fritchley, and Wirksworth Junior Schools worked with the 4 professional dancers during the afternoon

 to create a scratch performance, which they gave as a curtain-raiser  to the main event in the evening. The “Galaxy Girls” went down a storm! Photos ©davidjedge

28 January – Blast from the Past with Spiltmilk Dance
A full house enjoyed this riotously funny romp through seven decades of British pop culture. Energetic, funny and downright enjoyable, the three dancers fully deserved the reception from the happy audience.

2016

2015

2014

2013

 

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