Aughton’s Got Talent is back for 2013 on Saturday the 21st September to raise money for local charities.
Hoping to repeat last years success David Gallagher is running the event for the 2nd year hoping to raise £1000 for the stroke association and Queenscourt hospice.
Opera Viva is a new amateur operatic group from Merseyside. Friday 14 June at 7.30 p.m. Tickets are £10 and can be purchased by phoning 0151 920 5386 Fully Licensed Bar available This event has happened, check back for more events in the future
A special fathers day event at Aughton Village Hall
An evening of Simon & Garfunkel
Spot On returns to Aughton Village hall for a night of opera.
Helena Leonard sings many of Florence’s famous arias from operas including Madame Butterfly, Gianni Schicchi, Aida, Tosca and many more as she tells you the fascinating story about the varied career of Florence Easton, “The Nightingale of South Bank”.
Following on from successful performances that were enjoyed around Lancashire last year Spot On Lancashire have released the Spring 2013 guide. A variety of entertainment from Theatre to Cabaret, for a variety of ages all over the county. View the Spot On Brochure At Aughton Village Hall we will be hosting: “Relative Pitch Opera” with […]
Its not long now until our next Spot On event at Aughton Village Hall. A Christmas Carol is brought to us by New Perspectives Theater Company A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, directed by Matt Cullum To mark the bicentenary of Charles Dickens’ birth, we’re delighted to present A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens in […]
The Aughtons Got Talent event (27th October 2012) saw a variety of musical talents take to the stage in the Oakleaf suite for an evening of musical entrainment. The event went very well raising money for Help the Heroes and MacMillian Cancer Support.
Aughtons Got Talent. 7:30pm on Saturday 27th October.
Featuring a variety of acts and bands this is to be an exciting night of music and nail-biting competition.
All in support of MacMillan cancer support and Help the Heroes.
A licensed bar is available with food at the interval.
Aughton Village Hall hosted a delightful evening of French music in May accompanied by French Wine and Beer. [picasa user=’admin.aughtonvillagehall’ album=’SpotOnOhLaLa’]
Chris Newman’s Still Getting Away With It is a musical autobiography of his 40-year career. His new show, featuring guitars, mandolins and double bass, is a warm and witty invitation into his rich and adventurous musical world.
Exploring genres from English, Scottish, Irish, Swedish, American and Québecois traditional to country, ragtime, Latin, African, swing and modern jazz.