Events in Allerdale



Events listings (12 events found)

Peregrine: Mon, 21 Jul 2014

Theatre by the Lake
Three army cadets are on manoeuvres in the North Pennines in Cumbria. High on an isolated and bleak moorland plateau, they think no one knows where they are. But Craig does. And he’s on his way, fuelled by anger and pain, with a dangerous secret which will blow their lives apart. Suitable for ages 14+
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  • Theatre by the Lake
    Lakeside, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ

A Dog's Heart: Tue, 22 Jul 2014 until Wed, 23 Jul 2014

Theatre by the Lake
In the new Soviet Union life is hard, especially for starving stray dog Sharik. He can’t believe his luck when worldfamous cosmetic surgeon Professor Preobrazhensky offers to take him home to live a life of luxury. Little does he know that the Professor plans to use him as the raw material for his greatest experiment yet. Perfect Fools present a visually inventive retelling of the famous Russian satirical novel, combining comic clowning and stylish storytelling. Suitable for ages 16+
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  • Theatre by the Lake
    Lakeside, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ

Icons of the Lake District: Tue, 22 Jul 2014

Theatre by the Lake
Michaela Robinson-Tate and Phil Rigby of Cumbria Life magazine present a photographic talk on the people, places and things that make Cumbria great as featured in their new book 'Icons of the Lake District'.
  • 017687 75277
  • Theatre by the Lake
    Lakeside, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ

Sandow Clowns Slapstick Theatre All Laughter Show: Tue, 22 Jul 2014

Millom Palladium
Special holiday treat! Clowning for CLIC Sargent - The Sandow Clowns Slapstick Theatre All Laughter Show. The best value clean slapstick theatre comedy on stage for all the family. Hilarious comic sketches, juggling, balancing, stilt walking, comedy musical car, stage participations and lots of prizes! All profits covenant to CLIC Sargent national registered charity number 1107328. Over £25,000 donated on our tours.
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  • Millom Palladium
    St Georges Road, Millom, Cumbria, LA18 5DW

Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas: Thu, 24 Jul 2014

Kirkgate Arts Centre
Fiddle fireworks with dazzling, driving, dancing cello rhythms. Alasdair Fraser, long regarded as Scotland’s premier fiddle ambassador, and the talented Californian cellist Natalie Haas are an award winning duo who have toured together for over 12 years. They delight audiences with their live performances throughout the US, Canada and Europe, displaying their amazing teamwork, fantastic rhythms and their shared passion for improvising on the melody and the groove of Scottish tunes.

Emotional Archive Deactivation Workshop: Fri, 25 Jul 2014

The Lodore Falls Hotel
This workshop is for anyone interested in being free from unwanted emotional patterns such as depression, a lack of self-belief, chronic stress and anger issues. Emotional Archive Deactivation (EAD) is a set of tools that teaches our emotional brain to live in the present, free from old emotional patterns.

Furness Morris Dancers: Fri, 25 Jul 2014

Locations Throughout Cumbria
Furness Morris Dancers perform every Friday at a local venue and also perform at various events throughout the summer. For the latest information on where to see us and timings, please visit our website below. Friday night events are public so have no entry fee or restrictions, but selected appearances at weekend venues may be within events that have their own entrance charges.

Maryport Blues Festival: Fri, 25 Jul 2014 until Sun, 27 Jul 2014

Maryport
Once again the small Cumbrian harbour town of Maryport will come alive with the sound of blues for the 15th Maryport Blues Festival. Bands and individual musicians from across the globe will showcase their talents to thousands of visitors. Venues range from the main stage marquee, to pubs, clubs and even on the street. The festival has rapidly gained prominence, and is now seen as one of the most important blues festivals of the year.

The Comedy of Errors: Fri, 25 Jul 2014

Theatre by the Lake
Twenty years after being separated in a shipwreck as babies, two pairs of identical twins find themselves in the seaport of Ephesus, a town with a reputation for sorcery and magic. Mistaken for each other, they are constantly bewildered by bizarre encounters, cross-purpose conversations and baffling misunderstandings. It all ends in riotous chaos. Shakespeare’s shortest play is a brilliantly colourful, mystical romantic comedy of confusion, reconciliation and reunion. Our production is Theatre by the Lake’s contribution to the 450th anniversary celebrations of Shakespeare’s birth.
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  • Theatre by the Lake
    Lakeside, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ

Beginner's Navigation Course: Sat, 26 Jul 2014

More Than Mountains
Map reading course for beginners. If you have never looked at a map or would be unsure about following a route on paths and tracks then this is the course for you. It is a friendly, practical course which will inspire you to get out walking much, much more. You will learn about map symbols, how to orientate the map, how to estimate distance on the ground and on the map, how to take a grid reference and how to call out Mountain Rescue in an emergency. By the end of the course you will feel confident to plan and follow routes in low level terrain. Here is what some of our customers say, "Attention novice map readers.....Go on More than Mountain's navigation course, it changes the whole way you look at a map. The confidence Sue and I gained was simply awesome. You have a wonderful approach.....and so incredibly patient... (Nick and Sue, Beginner's Navigation Course)"

Multi Activity Day: Sat, 26 Jul 2014

More Than Mountains
If you would like to try rock climbing, gorge walking and abseiling all on the same day why not come along on one of our fun packed multi-activity days? Our multi-activty days are based in Langdale where there is somewhere to get changed and a pub to warm up in after your adventure. The morning will start with an introduction to rock climbing; you will get to try a range of climbs and learn the climbing basics. You will learn how to "tie-in" (tie the rope to your climbing harness) and how to "belay" (hold the rope for your climbing partner). You will also get a chance to try abseiling. After lunch you will go gorge walking which is also known as gill scrambling ("gill" is a Lake District word for mountain stream). You will be scrambling up Stickle Ghyll, traversing along the side of pools, climbing up waterfalls and (if you want to) getting very wet. You don't need any experience or any specialist equipment. There will be a maximum of six people per instructor. This is what ou

The Comedy of Errors: Sat, 26 Jul 2014

Theatre by the Lake
Twenty years after being separated in a shipwreck as babies, two pairs of identical twins find themselves in the seaport of Ephesus, a town with a reputation for sorcery and magic. Mistaken for each other, they are constantly bewildered by bizarre encounters, cross-purpose conversations and baffling misunderstandings. It all ends in riotous chaos. Shakespeare’s shortest play is a brilliantly colourful, mystical romantic comedy of confusion, reconciliation and reunion. Our production is Theatre by the Lake’s contribution to the 450th anniversary celebrations of Shakespeare’s birth.
  • 017687 74411
  • Visit website
  • Theatre by the Lake
    Lakeside, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ

 

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