Kevin Hassett’s REDUX ‘Redux’ offers an energetic jazz based musical entertainment for both jazz listeners and non-jazz live music lovers. The repertoire is an eclectic, lively and original amalgam of freshly interpreted and arranged jazz standards leavened with blues and soul. The Band features Kevin Hassett on vocals Paul Matthews on Guitar Jeff Henson on Bass Rob Phillips on Drums and is a live spin off from the Studio based Project Kevin Hassett’s ‘A’ Game whose 3rd album ‘Rules of…Find out more »
If you are at all interested in drama, whether performing, helping backstage or set design/construction, this is a social evening at which you can come along to meet our team, see what we do and maybe find out how YOU could get involved. Besides networking and socializing, the main activity of the evening will be to read a script to see how well it stands up to performance and whether it is worth considering for future presentation at our theatre.…Find out more »
ROD PICOTT returns to Davenham Theatre as part of his extensive 2019 UK and European tour Seventeen years ago Nashville based Rod Picott dropped his tool belt, picked up an acoustic guitar and released his first album Tiger Tom Dixon’s Blues. The acclaimed debut put a nail in the coffin of his construction career and ignited his second career as a singer-songwriter. Rod's new album, his tenth, Tell The Truth & Shame The Devil, is recorded, mixed and mastered -…Find out more »
Davenham Writers' Group - Monthly Meeting Come on down to the monthly Writing group at Davenham Theatre run by Tom Barry. Whether you are a writer or a performer you are welcome to come to this relaxed group. If you have written something and you want it read out loud, want to flex those writing muscles with a few short exercises, or want to try writing for the first time, this friendly group welcomes all levels. For more details you…Find out more »
Davenham Players present The Steamie by Tony Roper (from Rab C Nesbitt) The Steamie is a comedy-drama written by Tony Roper, perhaps better known as actor - especially for his role as Jamesie, the hapless partner in crime of Rab C. Nesbitt). The play follows a group of women (Dolly, Magrit, Doreen and Mrs Culfeathers) washing their sheets, curtains and clothes in a public washhouse (a steamie) in Glasgow in the 1950s, and Andy, the lone male responsible for the…Find out more »
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