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PEN:CHANT CABARET COMES TO LITTLE HULTON POP-UP THEATRE
 

Star date: 2nd September 2017

FOUR DAY POP-UP SALFORD THEATRE

Pen:Chant, a night of alternative cabaret, brings spoken word comic Byron Vincent, singer songwriter, Zoe Kyoti and poet, Reece Williams, to the Paines Plough pop-up theatre on Saturday 9th September, as part of The Lowry's four day Roundabout in Peel Park, Little Hulton.

Full details here...


Ben Mellor Byron Vincent Little Hulton Roundabout Theatre
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After touring fringe festivals around the country, Pen:Chant, a night of 'eclectic alternative cabaret' arrives in Little Hulton on Saturday 9th September, as part of The Lowry's four day Roundabout in Peel Park, Little Hulton.

Hosted by award-winning writer and performer, Ben Mellor, the night features comedy, music and poetry...

Byron Vincent, one of BBC poetry season's New Talent Choices, recently wrote and narrated his own show for Radio Four: Hell Is Other People, a self help guide to social anxiety.

Zoe Kyoti, a singer songwriter based in Manchester but born of Anglo-Austrian- Greek-Armenian heritage whose unique brand of bittersweet folk is 'laced with the spice of exotic far-flung places and the roots of jazz, country and blues'.

Reece Williams, a member of poetry collective Young Identity, who has performed alongside Linton Kwesi Johnson, Kate Tempest, Jean Binta Breeze, Saul Williams and The Last Poets.

Pen:Chant happens at 9pm, is suitable for over 14s and tickets are £5 - click here.

The pop-up theatre is located in Peel Park, Manchester Road West,
Little Hulton M38 0BT, is open for four days, from Thursday 7th September to Sunday 10th September, and also features free family shows, as well as theatre and a Little Hulton Music and Dance Showcase.

For further details and tickets – click here

The full line up of events...

Thursday 7th September
Roundabout Tour 5pm Free
AKTA Showcase 6pm Free
Black Mountain by Brad Birch 7.30pm £5
Justin Moorhouse: People and Feelings 9pm £5/£15

Friday 8th September
Under 5's First Steps 10am Free
Relaxtion Led By Tian Cheng Temple 12.30pm Free
Black Mountain by Brad Birch 2.30pm £5
Roundabout Tour 5pm Free
Hiss The Villian & 'Allo 'Allo with APeel Drama Group 6pm £3
Out Of Love by Elinor Cook 8pm £5

Saturday 9th September
APeel Drama Time 10am Free
How To Be A Kid by Sarah McDonald-Hughes 11am £5
Little Hulton Music & Dance Showcase 1pm Free
Roundabout Tour 2.15pm-2.35pm Free
Out Of Love by Elinor Cook (Baby friendly) 3pm £5
Meet The Cast 4.15pm Free
Black Mountain by Brad Birch 6pm Free
Pen:Chant  9pm £5

Sunday 10th September
Little Hulton Songs Of Praise 10am Free
How To Be A Kid by Sarah McDonald-Hughes 11am £5
Little Hulton Sings 12.30pm Free
Black Mountain by Brad Birch (Baby friendly) 2.30pm £5
Out Of Love by Elinor Cook 5pm £5

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