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Music and Theatre Events from Essex Life

PUBLISHED: 13:41 08 September 2011 | UPDATED: 19:57 20 February 2013

Music and Theatre Events from Essex Life

Music and Theatre Events from Essex Life

Browse through music and theatre events from Essex Life...

September 8th
1pm to 2pm
Lunchtime Concert.
United Reformed Church, Market Hill.
The Watson Trio, Suzie Collier, violin, Nina Benet, soprano and Allan Watson piano. Coffee and tea served from 12.30pm, bring your own lunch.

September 9th
7.30pm
One Night In Vegas
Towngate Theatre, Basildon
Powerful West End Hit Show direct from the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas.
Admission: 16.00 Full Price
01621 890153

September 9th to September 17th
Little Totham Pro-Am Music Festival
All events take place in All Saints Church, Church Lane
Rick Christian, singer/songwriter performing folk and popular music. The Connoisseurs, reproduce the sound of the Swingle Singers and many more.
01621 891660

September 10th to 11th
10am to 5pm
WoodFest - The Festival in the Heart of the Wood
Hatfield Forest
Join us for our annual Festival set deep in the heart of Hatfield Forest. A celebration of this beautiful and unique site through music, song, workshops and traditional crafts.
Admission: Camping charges 5 per head ( Fri and Sat nights)

September 10th
8pm. Doors open 7pm.
Wickham Bishops Club of Jazz.
Wickham Bishops Village Hall.
Music in the Monty Style. Bring your own drinks and glasses.
01621 853626

September 10th
7.30pm
ELO Experience
West Cliff Theatre, Clacton
A group of experienced guys have come together to re-create the fabulous sounds of the Electric Light Orchestra.
Admission: 15.00 Full Price, 14.00 Concessions
01621 890153

Little Totham Pro-Am Music Festival

All events take place in All Saints Church, Church Lane
Rick Christian, singer/songwriter performing folk and popular music. The Connoisseurs, reproduce the sound of the Swingle Singers and many more.
01621 891660

September 10th to 11th
10am to 5pm
WoodFest - The Festival in the Heart of the Wood
Hatfield Forest
Join us for our annual Festival set deep in the heart of Hatfield Forest. A celebration of this beautiful and unique site through music, song, workshops and traditional crafts.
Admission: Camping charges 5 per head ( Fri and Sat nights)

September 10th
8pm. Doors open 7pm.
Wickham Bishops Club of Jazz.
Wickham Bishops Village Hall.
Music in the Monty Style. Bring your own drinks and glasses.
01621 853626

September 9th to September 17th
Little Totham Pro-Am Music Festival
All events take place in All Saints Church, Church Lane
Rick Christian, singer/songwriter performing folk and popular music. The Connoisseurs, reproduce the sound of the Swingle Singers and many more.
01621 891660

September 10th to 11th
10am to 5pm
WoodFest - The Festival in the Heart of the Wood
Hatfield Forest
Join us for our annual Festival set deep in the heart of Hatfield Forest. A celebration of this beautiful and unique site through music, song, workshops and traditional crafts.
Admission: Camping charges 5 per head ( Fri and Sat nights)

September 10th
8pm. Doors open 7pm.
Wickham Bishops Club of Jazz.
Wickham Bishops Village Hall.
Music in the Monty Style. Bring your own drinks and glasses.
01621 853626

September 10th
7.30pm
ELO Experience
West Cliff Theatre, Clacton
A group of experienced guys have come together to re-create the fabulous sounds of the Electric Light Orchestra.
Admission: 15.00 Full Price, 14.00 Concessions
01621 890153


September 12th
7.30pm
Back To Broadway
Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch
With fantastic renditions of the worlds favourite musicals Back to Broadway will take your breath away.
Admission: 18.00 Full Price 16.00 Concessions
01621 890153


September 14th
7.30pm
Billy Ocean
Towngate Theatre, Basildon
Billy is the biggest black recording star Britain has ever produced with over 30 million records sold.
Admission: 27.50
01621 890153

September 16th
8pm.
Mr Rock 'n' Roll
The Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Colchester
East Anglia's Premiere Rock 'n' Roll entertainer pays Tribute to Elvis and Showaddywaddy with hits such as Hound Dog, It's Now Or Never, Devil In Disguise, Teddy Bear, Under The Moon Of Love, When and Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts.
Admission: 10
01206 366000

September 16th to September 18th
Fri/Sat 7.30pm, Sun 2.30pm
See How They Run by Philip King
Harlow Playhouse
During her husbands absence, a vicars wife is visited by an old friend. But when a nosy parishioner sees the couple re-enacting a fight from a play she draws the wrong conclusion and all hell breaks out.
Admission: 14.50 (12.50 conc/10.50 Supporters & groups of 10+)
01279 431945

26th August to 17th September
Shows start on different days between 2.30pm to 7.30 pm

The Young Ones by John Plews
Queen's Theatre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, RM11 1QT
London, 1961! Nicky and his friends are fighting to save their Youth Club from demolition.
Admission: 15 - 24
01708 443333

September 17th
Essex Concert Band
All Saints Church, Maldon, CM9 4PY
The last night at the proms.

September 17th
7.45pm
3 Boxes (Clive Gregson, Mark Griffiths & Andy Roberts) + Bob Rafkin
The Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Colchester
Three incredible guitarists & songwriters (who have all appeared in Hugh Gregory's 1000 Great Guitarists book) + legendary American performer Bob Rafkin.
Admission: 12
01206 366000

September 17th
7.30pm.
Essex Concert Band. All Saints Church.
Enjoy Big Band music live with excellent church acoustics. Music will be in Last night of the Proms style.
Admission: 8 including glass of wine in aid of Friends of All Saints Church.
01621 856503.

September 17th
7.30pm
Jackson - Live West Cliff Theatre, Clacton
Amir Sharma's renditions of Thriller, Beat it and Billie Jean are truly sensational. Pure MJ!
Admission: 17.00 Full Price, 16.00 Concessions
01621 890153

September 18th
5.00pm
Opera Novella - Rigoletto
Queen's Theatre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, RM11 1QT
With beautiful melodies and a thrilling, action-packed story, Verdis popular opera is brought to the stage by an international cast and chamber orchestra.
Admission: 22 and 16 children
01708 443333

September 19th
7.30pm
Wayne Sleep in Performance
Queen's Theatre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, RM11 1QT
Wayne talks, taps and tells of his amazing career with The Royal Ballet and his success in TV, film and musicals such as Cats and Cabaret.
Admission: 18.00
01708 443333

September 22nd, 23rd and 24th.
7.30pm
63rd Annual Competitive Drama Festival
The Brentwood Theatre
The Brentwood Catholic Theatre Club presents the 63rd Annual Competitive Drama Festival adjudicated by Louise Manders.
Admission: 8, concessions 6.
01277 200305

September 23rd
Lipstick Powder and Paint.
Three Rivers Golf and Country Club. Includes three course meal, drag act, butlers in the buff and inclusive wine.
Admission: 35 per person.
01621 828631

September 23rd

7.30pm

Syd Lawrence Orchestra - On The Beat

Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch Syd Lawrence Orchestra, directed by Chris Dean, have been voted Best Big Band in the Land for the last 12 years!

Admission: 18.00 Full Price

01621 890153

September 24th

8pm.

The Sex Pistols Experience

Harlow Playhouse

Punk music can really mean only one thing The Sex Pistols. Formed in London in 1975, the Pistols were responsible for launching the punk movement in the UK and inspiring countless musicians.

Admission: 16 (14 conc/12 Supporters & groups of 10+)

01279 431945

September 25th

7.30pm

The Fabulous Shadows - The Golden Greats Tour

Harlow Playhouse

This superb live show features all of The Shadows classic instrumental hits from the 1960s. Apache, Wonderful Lane, Kon Tiki and many more are all captured with authentic vox amplification and Fender Stratocaster guitars.

Admission: 14.50 (13.50 conc)

01279 431945

September 27th

7.30pm

Aled Jones - Live and Unplugged

Harlow Playhouse

Aled Jones achieved worldwide stardom as a boy soprano and since then has become a hugely popular tenor and presenter of BBC TVs Songs of Praise and Radio 2s Good Morning Sunday.

Admission: 25 (23 Supporters)

01279 431945

September 28th

7.30pm

Dennis Locorriere - Alone Again 2011 With Special Guest Emily Maguire

Harlow Playhouse

Dennis Locorriere is known to millions as the legendary voice of Dr Hook. And what a voice it is, instantly recognisable and utterly distinctive, it has helped to sell more than 50 million records.

Admission: 19.00

01279 431945

September 29th

7pm for 7.30pm.

Ruby and Her Horses.

Dengie Village Hall, near Southminster.

The Bumpstead Boys present a true life narrative in story, song and screen set against the hardships of the agricultural depression.

Admission: 8.50 including a glass of wine.

01621 785344.

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