Future Live Shows @ The Glebe
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The Glebe has been putting on fund-raising entertainment for several years.
Live & Local – bringing the community together to enjoy high-quality, entertaining, and affordable professional live theatre, music, dance, and family shows.
The Glebe has hosted 30 Live & Local, and 8 other shows, since early 2013. We try to put on a wide variety to appeal to all age groups. Shows are always very well attended, with most selling out well in advance.
Over 3,500 people have seen a performance at the Glebe in the last 5 years, and have raised more than £18k, with all profits going to the Glebe, which is a registered charity.
Saturday 26th January – 7:30 pm
Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman in Concert – SOLD OUT
Devon based Kathryn and Sean have become one of the most adored and formidable folk duos of recent years. Their enigmatic and contemporary folk tunes have captured the hearts of the world since they came together. They have created a mesmerising collection of songs that drag folk from the past; into the present; and then send it hurtling into the future.
Sunday 17th February – 7:30 pm
Rockin’ in Rhythm – The Genius of Duke Ellington
The flawless jazz singer Sarah Moule, and immaculate pianist Simon Wallace, bring us an evening of great music paying tribute to “Duke Ellington”, one of the greats of jazz. To quote Ellington “It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing”
Sunday 31st March – 7:30 pm
Kit Holmes with Al Greenwood in Concert
Singer-songwriter Kit Holmes is a rising start of the acoustic music scene, her trademark sultry vocals and virtuoso guitar playing having wowed audiences across the UK. Here, Kit is joined by guitarist Al Greenwood, for an enthralling, infectious performance of her blues-driven roots.
Saturday 13th April – 7:30 pm
The Froe in Concert
A magical evening of beautifully delicate string arrangements of both traditional and original folk music from this Conservatoire trained, Birmingham based string quartet. With sweet vocals soaring over shimmering strings, The Froe weaves together folk roots and classical influences, to realise music that is as imaginative as it is beautiful.
Saturday 27th April – 7:30 pm
Andy Parkinson – Wild Life Photographer – An Illustrated talk
Multi-award winning Crich based photographer, Andy Parkinson is one of Europe’s most successful wildlife photographers. He is a feature contributor to National Geographic magazine, BBC Wildlife, and many others. He is generously giving this talk to raise funds for the Glebe.
Sunday 19th May – 7:30 pm
The Man Without A Past by New Perspectives Theatre
A Finnish ‘melancomedy’ about an anonymous man set upon by thugs, left with amnesia, and taken in by an eccentric homeless community. A compassionate, heart-warming tale played against a cracking live soundtrack.
Tickets for all shows can be booked now on-line, by email, or by calling 01773 853 260. They will also be available to buy from the Glebe’s reception from 1 month before the performance date if we have not sold out.