Professor Harry Stottle’s Music Hall Extravaganza

Saturday 6th September, 2014
7:30 pm to 8:45 pm










From the infamous Cyder Cellars in Maiden Lane to the splendiferous Alhambra Music Hall
in Leicester Square ……

Sam Hall
The Photo Of The Girl I Left Behind
The Green Eye Of The Little Yellow God
After The Ball
Timmy’s Sacrifice
I’m Shy, Mary Ellen
Albert And The Lion

And many more ….. the famous and the forgotten…..
So saunter down Yesterday Street in the
erudite company of the eponymous
Prof. Stottle (Mike Brown)
and the irrepressible
Miss Katarina Immensikov (Catherine Pugh).

Tickets Price £7 (£6 concessions) To book in advance ring 01457 865278 or email

Tickets also available from the theatre bar.

Bunting & Frolics

Saturday 15th November, 2014
8:00 pm

cavern(2)Local folk duo Bunting and Frolics will be attempting to entertain us in the clubroom with their own brand of songs and stories.

Tickets price £5 – on sale at the theatre bar or ring 077 361 52348

For those of you who are blissfully unaware of who Bunting and Frolics are, let them introduce themselves in their own words.


Having both previously enjoyed* solo careers, Bob Ashworth and Martin Gittins – ‘Bunting and Frolics’ – have been inflicting themselves on an unsuspecting public for more than two decades.
Despite repeated demands they continue to make sporadic sorties into the world of entertainment on the pretext of supplying value for money and at the same time stretching their niggardly repertoire to its creaking limits.
During their meteoric rise to oblivion they have harboured delusions of adequacy far beyond their abilities, to the bemusement of all who witness their stumbling progress through a performance.

Police Gazette – ‘If you encounter these two so-called entertainers DO NOT APPROACH THEM. Run Away Very Fast.’
Allotment owners’ weekly – ‘I played their music to my marrows and produced a spectacular crop of courgettes.’
NME (North Manchester Echo) – ‘In musical terms Bunting and Frolics can best be described as Dung Beetles – they are both very good at going through the motions.’
Atheist’s Digest – ‘Unbelievable!’

*Bob and Martin enjoyed them – audience reactions are not recorded.


Saturday 20th December, 2014 to Sunday 21st December, 2014
7:30 pm
Christmas-musicFor two nights only Glossopera return to the Partington Theatre  with another wonderful Christmas programme of opera greats.
Their shows completely sold out last year, so watch this space for booking details and reserve your tickets early!