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When Did You Stop Dancing
Date: 24th October 2018
Details:  Rach wants to tell you a story. A true story. The story of the dancing plague of 1518, started by a lone woman boogying in the streets. A story of 100s of women dancing in the streets. And not stopping…

She wants to tell you that in 2018 everybody is welcome on our streets, she spends most of her time feeling safe and that we don’t need a national campaign to tell a girl that she can.

But she said she’d tell you the truth. She’ll do that instead.

A show about female uprising, what it means to take a stand; and to stand together
Venue:  The Mill at the Pier
Website:  Click to visit

The Comedy Circus - Live Standup Comedy
Date: 31st October 2018
Details:  The Comedy Circus - World class stand up comedy on your doorstep!

The Comedy Circus is bringing live, stand-up comedy to your local venue. Launching with their very first show on Wednesday 31st October 2018 at The Edge venue in Wigan, the show will feature top comedians Phil Walker, Steve Royle and Paul Imrie. The show will be hosted by the Prince of comedy himself, Norman Prince.

Our launch night promises to be a stunning evening of laughs, a show the whole family can enjoy together at a brand new venue in Wigan. Why wouldn’t you want to see this?

Grab your tickets while they’re hot!
Venue:  The Edge Venue, Wigan
Website:  Click to visit

Private Peaceful
Date: 11th November 2018
Details:  The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time” (Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Secretary during WW1)

De La Salle school drama society invite you to commemorate, mourn and reflect upon the last 100 years of the fallen on this the centenary of the end of WWI (1918-2018) through its presentation of Simon Read’s adaptation of Micheal Morpurgo’s “Private Peaceful”

This passionate, beguiling and moving award-winning story is an unflinching examination of the horrors of war and the injustice surrounding the execution of soldiers by firing squad, on the – often false – grounds of desertion or cowardice.

In 2006 All 306 British First World War soldiers executed for desertion or cowardice were pardoned. Many of them were the same age as the young people you see today.

This performance honours all those who have suffered shame, stigma and hardship as a result of following their own moral compass. We dedicate this, our performance of “Private Peaceful” to you and all those who have fallen. Lest we forget.

Doors: 2:00pm

On Stage: 2:30pm

Tickets: £10

*Please Note – Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

For further information and to book tickets, please call the Citadel Box Office on 01744 735 436, or email us at info@citadel.org.uk

You can also book online by visiting our website at http://citadel.org.uk/
Venue:  The Citadel
Waterloo Street
St Helens
WA10 1PX
Website:  Click to visit

 
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