Nearby: Hartlepool


‘An annual festival for Hartlepool, featuring the very best folk and acoustic music from around the country - and closer to home! ... From the most contemporary folk and acoustic music through to a wealth of traditional singers and musicians, there really is something for everyone. Special concerts and events will celebrate the rich music, heritage and traditions of Teesside and the North East.’ Held Mid October.

Category:Folk Festivals
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'Hartlepool Music Society has been promoting high quality, live classical music concerts in the Town for more than thirty years and hopes to continue for a further thirty years if we retain your support. We always need members, sponsors, donors and practical assistance. If you wish to help, get in touch with the Chairman ...'

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‘The Group is open to all ages and level of playing ability, there is always a friendly welcome to new members. This is a NOT for profit group and our aim is to raise funds for local good causes and to entertain such people in our town. All are welcome and we always have a few spare ukuleles around to give you a taster and get you started.’

Category:Ukulele Clubs
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'Many of you, particularly if you live in the North East, will be aware of the highly successful Hartlepool Male Voice Choir. It was the wives of some members of that choir who were responsible for the formation of the Ladies' choir back in 2002 ... We have built up quite a large repertoire of songs, including songs from the shows, songs from the movies as well as a number of American folk songs, so we are able to provide a good variety of numbers which we hope will appeal to a wide audience when we entertain in concert in and around the Hartlepool area.' ALERT Website unavailable at Review; cf Facebook Page.

Category:Ladies Choirs
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'Hartlepool Male Voice Choir had its beginnings in the late 1950s with a group of lads having a sing song after Rugby matches for Hartlepool Old Boys RFC ... You don’t have to be a musical genius to join us. Believe it or not, many choir members have no formal music training and most do not read music. The only requirements are for you to be able to sing in tune and show a commitment to the choir concerts and rehearsals. In return you can be certain of a friendly reception, a common interest in good music of all types, a great deal of fun and humour and trips to prestigious venues ...'

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‘Built in 1897, the Town Hall Theatre hosts a diverse range of professional and non-professional performing arts, including comedy, drama, children’s theatre and music. The traditional proscenium arch theatre has a capacity of 402 theatre style and can be adapted for cabaret and standing performances.’

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