Previous shows at the Glebe

Here’s information about previous shows at the Glebe

2018

Saturday 8th December – The Fishpond Choir Christmas Concert

A packed Glebe enjoyed a fantastic evening of Christmas Carols and songs with the Fishpond Choir. A joyous mix of the familiar and new, put us all in the mood for the festive season. The choir very generously chose DayCare at the Glebe as one of their nominated charities, and the evening raised nearly £1,400.

 

Saturday 17th November 2018 – Juliet & Romeo: A Guide to Long Life & Happy Marriage by Lost Dog Dance – SOLD OUT

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A capacity audience at the Glebe were captivated by this wonderful dance/theatre production by Lost Dog Dance. A heady mix of comedy, drama, and dance, reworked Shakespeare’s tragic ending, to give us an insight into what life might have been like for the star crossed lovers, 20 years down the line.

 

Sunday 14th October 2018 – Harp & A Monkey: The Importance of Digging Holes – The Great War & More

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Another packed Glebe enjoyed the first Live & Local show of the season with a gig by Lancashire electro-folk band Harp & A Monkey. The first half of songs and stories was based on real events and people of the First World War. The second half gave us an insight to working class Lancashire – it’s humour and music. A thoroughly entertaining and informative evening.

 

Saturday 29th September 2018 – Off The Cuff in Concert

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A packed Glebe enjoyed an evening of great music and dancing to “Off The Cuff”, one of the Midlands’ top covers bands. Their playlist ranged from the 60’s, to the present day, and included lots of well-known favourites from the Beatles, Stones, Queen, The Eagles and many others. The band very generously donated their fee to DayCare at The Glebe, and the evening raised almost £1,100 for DayCare. A massive thanks to everyone who made this such a great evening, but especially to the band.

18 August 2018 – A Wild Walk: The Golden Thief by Babbling Vagabonds – SOLD OUT

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Two audiences enjoyed this fast-moving outdoor theatre adventure, helping the Babbling Vagabonds look for the naughty person who stole the King’s golden apple! Children of all ages joined in the fun!

11 July 2018 – Sharing Joy by Vamos Theatre Company – SOLD OUT

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Vamos Theatre is the UK’s leading mime, full mask Theatre Company They bought Sharing Joy to Crich in an interactive theatre show designed specifically for those living with dementia, their carers, and families. Audience and helpers alike loved this humorous, and caring show

29 April 2018 – Sheesham and Lotus & ‘Son in Concert (Live & Local) – SOLD OUT

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Sheesham & Lotus & ‘Son is one of North America’s foremost and popular authentic old-time Roots bands. Using a host of vintage instruments, this Canadian trio served up a hugely entertaining evening of old-time Americana music – a real treat.

17 April 2018 – DaleDiva in Concert

This show had to be rescheduled as the original date was snowed off. Yet another full house enjoyed the fabulous a cappella singing of Derbyshire based DaleDiva. A joyous evening by a lovely chorus, who performed free of charge to help raise funds for DayCare at the Glebe.              

17 March 2018 – Here I Belong by Pentabus Theatre Company – SOLD OUT

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Despite the blizzard conditions, Pentabus Theatre Company, and over half the ticket holders made it to the Glebe for this moving and relevant look at changing village life, over a 60 year period.

17 February 2018 – The Grahams in Concert – SOLD OUT 

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Another full house at the Glebe loved Nashville based band, The Grahams, and their unique take on Deep South Americana music, ranging from folk, blues and rock.

 

2017

 

18 November 2017 – Ring of Fire by JKB Productions – SOLD OUT

The audience rocked to the music of Johnny Cash in a performance which told his life story with over 2 dozen songs – some well known, others less so. “Ring of Fire” was performed by local company JKB Productions who all performed for free to help raise funds for DayCare.

11 November 2017 – The Head Wrap Diaries by Uchenna Dance – SOLD OUT

Another full house at the Glebe were captivated by this captivating dance/theatre production “Head Wrap Diaries” by Uchenna Dance. Many learnt to tie a head wrap after the show, helped by the performers.

13 May 2017 – Tayo Aluko & Friends – Call Mr Robeson. A Life, with Songs – SOLD OUT

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 2017 – Katherine Swynford by Lesley Smith – SOLD OUT
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 2017 – Remi Harris Trio – gypsy jazz trio – SOLD OUT
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 2017 – I Wish Her Well – contemporary dance from Panta Rei Danseteater – SOLD OUT
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 2017 – Dance Workshop – SOLD OUT
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 2017 – 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.

 

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