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Davenham Writer's group meet once a month to try out and discuss different approaches to writing. You bring your note pad and pen and we get the ideas flowing and bring out the biscuits. All levels welcome at our friendly, no pressure group. Email Flick here  to sign up.

Free to Davenham members, Non members £1

7.30pm,...
Click for more details Davenham Writers' Group
13th December 2021
Fresh from his sell-out “Let The Good Times Roll” Tour - Tom Seals, “quite possibly the future of
jazz and blues”, has the world at this fingertips. His virtuoso solo-ing, excellent improvisations
skills and distinctive voice have left top industry voices hailing him the UK’s finest boogie woogie
and blues pianist/vocalist.



Still only in his twenties,...
Click for more details Jazz Tom Seals
16th December 2021
We like to make our theatre available to other music or drama companies at times when our own company is not on stage. We will always try to fit you in if we can, especially groups from the local community. Click for more details Hire Davenham Theatre

Jazz

jazz@davenham has become a well-known name in the North West. Run by local volunteer enthusiasts, the gigs attract large regular audiences in our cosy setting. Visiting musicians love the hall’s acoustics and tell us that it is wonderful to play for such appreciative and knowledgeable folk. jazz@davenham now attracts top-flight instrumentalists & vocalists from Manchester and beyond who together with audience atmosphere, acoustics and (cask) ale from Tatton brewery cannot be bettered.

What Davenham Players Means to Me

So glad I finally got around to pursuing a long-held passion for the theatre. Davenham theatre is the place to be for creativity with good friends

Dee

“I’ve been an old crone with wax warts, an appalling mother-in-law, a ghost, a sex chat-line worker, worked backstage, front of house, painted and cleaned. Whatever next?”

Vanessa

I came along to do lighting; got roped into a play reading and was on stage in a Pinter play within 6 weeks. And I’m still here!

Bob