Manchester based comedian Justin Moorhouse returns to Ropery Hall next month after a three year gap with his new show, Peoples and Feelings. Stand-up comedian, writer, actor and radio presenter are just some of his stock in trade and many people will know Jason from Live At The Apollo, Phoenix Nights, BBC 5 Live’s Fighting […]
Monthly Archives: January 2017
Ropery Hall is celebrating 10 years of performances this season with an impressive line-up that includes music, comedy, theatre, the spoken word and film. The venue, at the northern end of The Ropewalk arts centre on Maltkiln Road has blossomed from showing a few films and putting on a couple of music and comedy nights […]
Returning to Ropery Hall later this month are three highly acclaimed musicians who now make up Burden of Paradise. Led by sax maestro Snake Davis and also featuring Helen Watson and David Bowie junior, Burden of Paradise 3 is a band that invites its audience into a world of tenderness, virtuosity and human frailty.
A singer whose style has been likened to that of Carole King and Joni Mitchell is appearing at Ropery Hall on Friday (December 9). Astrid Williamson, who grew up in Shetland, gained early experience of both local music tradition and stagecraft when she appeared at The Shetland Folk Festival before going on to graduate from […]
A late addition to the final weeks of Barton upon Humber’s Ropery Hall autumn programme is The Breath, the new Manchester based band from guitarist Stuart McCallum and singer Rfoghnach Connolly. Stuart is an urban guitarist from Manchester and the former guitarist for Cinematic Orchestra, valued for his mastery of loops and effects while Rfoghnach […]