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Crich and Area Events up to the end of 2017


Thursday 23rd February 7.30pm - Crich Glebe Field Centre - Crich Heritage meeting when Paul Beattie will be giving a talk on "Old maps of Derbyshire" with as many references to Crich as possible.


Saturday 11th March 7.30pm - Crich Glebe Field Centre - "Live and Local" are presenting "I Wish Her Well" - Stunning contemporary dance from Panta Rei Danseteater, one of Norway’s leading companies.


Saturday 1st April 7.30pm - Crich Glebe Field Centre - The Fishpond Choir presents a concert with an african beat in aid of CHIKS.


Saturday 1st April 7.30pm - Florence Nightingale Hall, Holloway - "Quilter and Ghost" - The stories of fascinating bold and brave women of history come to life in this sensitive and charming production by an award-winning, innovative musical-theatre company.


Sunday 9th April 7.30pm - Crich Glebe Field Centre - The Remi Harris Trio - A welcome return to Crich of one of the UK’s hottest jazz guitar talents, Remi Harris, together with double bass player Mike Green and fellow guitarist Caley Groves.


Saturday 26th April 7.30pm - Glebe Field Centre - Fund-raising for Daycare at the Glebe - We are delighted that Crich favourite Lesley Smith is returning with her new show, Katherine Swynford, to raise funds for Daycare at The Glebe.


Sunday 6th May 7.30pm - Florence Nightingale Hall, Holloway - "Latin Flavours" - Sonrisa (‘smile’ in Spanish) play an infectiously uplifting blend of gypsy, latin and flamenco grooves, spiced with Arabic, Cuban and Brazilian flavours. The band tours extensively, and brings a ray of sunshine to prestigious venues and festivals throughout the land.


Saturday 13th May 7.30pm - Crich Glebe Field Centre - “Call Mr Robeson. A Life with Songs” -  This roller-coaster journey through Paul Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life highlights how his pioneering and heroic (but largely forgotten) political activism led many to describe him as the forerunner of the civil rights movement. It features much fiery oratory and some of his famous songs, including a dramatic rendition of Ol’ Man River.