Settle Victoria Theatre
- Telephone 01729 825718
- Website www.settlevictoriahall.org.uk
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The Animals & Friends
Classic blues-rock by the Newcastle-formed band, featuring original Animals drummer John Steel with keyboardist Mickey Gallagher and singer Pete Barton.
Celtic and world music group.
Thu 4 Sep
Thu 11 Sep
Thu 18 Sep
The singer and actor performs his comedy folk routine. With support from William Small Small Orchestra, Mike Harding.
- Written by: John Godber
John Godber's classic comedy of life on the door in the early 90s, in which four actors play around 30 characters between them.
Chorus Natus Est: The Messiah: Handel
- Written by: Handel
The choir performs Handel's Messiah.
Chorus Natus Est: Workshop
Work with members of Chorus Natus Est before the performance, then participate in the choir. Suitable for all abilities.
Chris Newman & Maire Ni Chathasaigh
Acoustic guitar master and wife, a virtuoso of the Irish harp.
Clare Teal And Grant Windsor
- Directed by: John Wilson (cond)
Jazz vocalist Clare Teal sets out on a tour of the UK to perform songs from her album Get Happy, including the single All For Love. Plus tracks from her 2009 live album Live At Ebenezer Chapel, with Colin Ball and AD Chivers. Teal hails from Yorkshire and has been interested in jazz from an early age. She took an interest…
A traditional family pantomime based on the ever-popular rags-to-riches fairy tale.
First Settle Folk Weekend Gathering
Mike Harding hosts a laid-back weekend of music, featuring acts including The William Small Small Orchestra.
Five Kinds Of Silence
- Written by: Shelagh Stephenson
Shelagh Stephenson's hard-hitting drama is an outstanding portrayal of the twisted love of a violent man for his family and the scars of abuse that form between the women under his control.
The Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company: Iolanthe
A production of Gilbert and Sullivan's satirical, magical opera about a group of fairies who manage to infiltrate the House Of Lords.
Guys And Dolls: Settle Amateur Operatic Society
Set in mythical New York City, this oddball romantic comedy soars with the spirit of Broadway as it introduces us to a cast of vivid characters.
Mon 27 Oct
Tue 28 Oct
Wed 29 Oct
Holy Moly & The Crackers
The Newcastle-based six-piece band plays its Gypsy folk-rock material.
The House Devils
Traditional Irish music from the band comprising of fiddle, flute, harmonica, guitar, uilleann pipes and tin whistle plus three vocalists.With support from Hannah Saunders & Liz Simmons
Jay Diggins and Plumhall perform a fundraising event in aid of Victoria Hall.
Songs from the award-winning singer-songwriter.
The three musicians collaborate on a range of traditional and contemporary folk material.
Cult singer-songwriter, described as the 'Welsh Springsteen', making social and spiritual comment through his acoustic songs.
Northern Chamber Orchestra: Handel, Bach, Rossini, Grieg, Bruckner, Vivaldi, Dvorak
- Written by: Dvorak
The orchestra performs Bach's Violin Concerto In A Minor, Handel's Concerto Grosso, No 12, Vivaldi's Violin Concerto In D, Rossini's String Sonata No 3 In C, Dvorak's Two Waltzes, Grieg's Nordic Dances and Bruckner's Locus Iste, with Nicholas Ward, violin.
Fri 3 Oct
Queen Alright: Queen Tribute
The iconic pop and rock group have their hits performed.
The band performs a range of European cafe music.
The true story of a recruiting campaigner during the First World War is brought to life in this promenade performance through the Craven streets a century after the events that changed the lives of men and women in the district forever.
Voyage: Mapping A Way Through Stories And Poems
Voyage is performed by storyteller Ian Stephen, alongside musician/sound artist Giles Perring, traditional singer Kirsty Law, and visual artist Christine Morrison.
The Witch That Nicked Christmas: Take 2 Theatre
- Directed by: Bretten Lord
- Written by: Mike Harding
The wicked witch, Mable Shufflewick, has stolen Christmas. Can you help Sam and Emily get it back?