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5 things to do in Cheshire this weekend

PUBLISHED: 01:00 09 April 2018 | UPDATED: 09:36 23 April 2018

Spend the weekend in Cheshire

Spend the weekend in Cheshire

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Some inspiration for your weekend entertainment.

27th - 29th April

Storyhouse Women Festival

The Storyhouse is hosting a full programme of events celebrating women and girls. There will be talks, film showings and performances on a wide range of subjects.

Storyhouse Chester, 01244 409 113 www.storyhouse.com

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27th April

You Win Again

Immerse yourself in the Gibb brothers’ music through the sixties, seventies and eighties with famous tracks such as Night Fever, More Than A Woman, How Deep Is Your Love and many more.

Crewe Lyceum, crewelyceum.co.uk/Online/

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27th April

Mother’s Ruin

An hilarious musical extravaganza all about gin which takes its audience on a spellbinding journey to follow the rise of Britain’s top tipple.

Pyramid, Warrington, www.pyramidparrhall.com/

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20th - 28th

2018 Spring Exhibition

Well-known and talented artists will be exhibiting, including Sue Campion, Jo Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Frink RA, Michael Rothenstein RA plus many young up and coming artists. The exhibition will be supporting Clatterbridge Cancer Charity and Tarporley War Memorial Hospital.

Sicily Oak Gallery, Cholmondeley, www.britishartportfolio.co.uk

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28th April 

Outdoor Watercolour and Sketching at Tatton

Join professional artist and art tutor, Chris Beesley, as he shows you how to create a beautiful piece of artwork based on the animals down on Tatton Farm.

Tatton Park, www.tattonpark.org.uk

 

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