9th September 2021: What’s On

Friday 10th September

Four Candles and more

Free. 8.30pm. The Spinning Top, 20 Wellington Rd S, Stockport SK4 1AA

Saturday 11th September


The Bookfair will be a two-day event, with stalls at Conway Hall in Red Lion Square on the 11th of September, and a day of online streaming workshops and discussions on the 12th of September.

This will largely be stalls of London based groups. We will limit numbers to 200 people indoors and will keep a strict masks-on indoors policy.


Sunday 19th September

Nelly – An afternoon with Nell Gwynne

Hers is the classic rags-to-riches, tart-with-a-heart story. A woman born into poverty who ended up being the most famous woman of her day. An orange seller at the theatre, she became its leading comedy actress of the age and then mistress to King Charles II. And she was funny. And how. History isn’t overwhelmed with funny women. But then history is written by men. So what do you expect? But even these men saw her wit. Samuel Pepys called her “pretty witty Nell”.

It’s said the whole world knows Nell Gwynne.

Our play tries to show you why.

Come and see how we’re getting on!

Written and directed by Graham Hopkins

Songs by Jo Freya; Robb Johnson; Reg Meuross; Lucy Ward; Boff Whalley; and Dave Wilson

Robb Johnson, Winter Wilson and Reg Meuross will be performing their songs live.

3pm at King’s Arms, 11 Bloom Street, Salford, M3 6AN (Part of Manchester Fringe Festival)


7.00pm International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Engine House Chorlton Mill 3 Cambridge Street M1 5BY


Grand Collapse, Follow Your Dreams, Death Trails, Going Off, Bruise Control

£8. 6.30pm at Gullivers, Oldham Street, Manchester

Saturday 25th September

Saturday 16th October

Saturday 6th November


Friday 15th-Sunday 17th April 2022 (Easter Weekend)


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