Be swept away on a magical adventure in one of the most famous classical ballets of all time – The Nutcracker. With its combination of enchanting choreography and unforgettable music, this fabulous ballet is a Christmas treat like no other.
Set to Tchaikovsky’s sumptuous score, the traditional tale of The Nutcracker tells the story of Clara and her enchanted nutcracker doll.
Their adventures see Clara and the Nutcracker combat the Mouse King, and join the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier on a wonderful journey through the glistening Land of Snow to a kingdom made entirely of sweets.
Returning by popular demand, Vienna Festival Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker promises to delight audiences of all ages with its festive setting and captivating story.
Tickets £19.50 Concession £18.50 Under 14’s £14.50
Join CBeebies star, Tree Fu Tom, as he takes to the stage in his first nationwide ‘live’ tour!
Follow Tom, Twigs, Ariela and friends on an action packed adventure through the magical world of Treetopolis!
After finding a dusty old map, Tom decides to follow where it leads and see if it will take them to any mysterious hidden treasure – but it’s not an easy route to follow. Tom and his friends must travel through wild weather and catch the mischievous Mushas who are making trouble along the way!
Full of fun, music and laughter, Tom will need your help to do the Tree Fu moves that could help save the day. Be part of the magic!
Formed in 1900 in the Cheshire village of Sandbach, the band has maintained their position as one of the world’s leading Brass Bands on the contest stage as well as in concert halls where they are renowned for providing quality entertainment with a traditional and unique style.
In 2012 the band became the ‘Double Champions’ winning both the British Open Championships and National Finals which are regarded as the two main brass band contests in the world.
Recent highlights include radio and television work as well as tours to Italy, Switzerland, America and Scandinavia.
In 2014 the band made history by winning First Prize at all eleven Tameside villages in the Whit Friday March contests, the first band to do so since the contest started in 1884.