Martin Kemp is an actor, musician and occasional TV presenter. He has played bass in Spandau Ballet since 1979. Martin appeared with his brother Gary in the 1990s film The Krays and as the villainous Steve Owen in Eastenders. In this up close night Martin will be discussing his life in the public eye and answering audience questions.
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Ropery Hall News
South Somercotes based jazz guitarist Pat McCarthy is heading to Barton upon Humber’s Ropery Hall on Saturday, February 11, when he appears as part of the Pat McCarthy Quartet featuring Shannon Reilly.
“These incredibly talented and engaging musicians will be presenting a varied programme, with the very best of jazz and swing, ranging from 1930s classics to the new generation of modern jazz hits,” said Liz Bennet of The Ropewalk. Continue reading
A new one-man play set in Newport, South Wales is coming to Barton upon Humber’s Ropery Hall as part of a winter tour of England and Wales before heading for an off-Broadway run later in the year.
A Regular Little Houdini, written and performed by Daniel Llewelyn-Williams, is a coming of age story about a lowly dockworker’s son who dreams of becoming a magician like his hero Harry Houdini and is being performed at the Maltkiln Road venue on Friday, February 10. Continue reading
The first Sunday of every month at Barton upon Humber’s Ropery Hall is now given over to Sax Sundays – a rare opportunity to see sax supremo Snake Davis link up with some of his favourite musicians.
The Maltkiln Road setting, Snake’s favourite local venue, is hosting these evenings which promise exceptional music interspersed with chat. Continue reading
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 Talk, Radio 4’s News Quiz and Coronation Street. Continue reading
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 into a full-blown programme that attracts both established stars and up-and-coming stars of the future. Continue reading