FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of romantic drama Call Me By Your Name (15) starring Armie Hammer at 12.45pm and 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring What's So Great About Children's Books? in the Garret Theatre at 2.15pm. A talk for parents and other interested people about what’s important, new and exciting in the world of children’s publishing, with a chance to ask questions afterwards. Hilary Murray Hill is the CEO of Hachette Children’s Group, the publisher behind Enid Blyton estate as well as many famous authors such as Lauren Child and Cressida Cowell. Free, but booking required. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Clair Whitefield with Chopping Chillies in the cinema at 6.45pm. From Kerala to Camden, Chopping Chillies is an epic, mystical tale of love, loss and soul-food. A cobbler and a cook concoct a delicious transcontinental tale as tragedy and chance entwine. Katie dreams of curries and chapattis; Ajna, of holy souls and reincarnation… A delightful, poetic, magical show that conjoins the spirit of India with the heart of Britain. Tickets £8, under 26 £6. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Xander and The Peace Pirates in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £8 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Chester Little Theatre presents The Things Good Men Do. This new comedy-drama by Dan Muirden explores the conflict between a man wanting to find a perfect woman and life’s reality. Contains sexual references and strong language. Suitable for 16+. Play can be seen at Chester Little Theatre, Gloucester Street, at 7.30pm. Tickets £9.50, concessions £7.50 on first Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings. Book online at www.chestertheatreclub.co.uk or telephone TicketSource 0333 666 3366. Booking charges apply.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Katie Kirby with Hurrah For Gin in the Storyhouse Theatre at 8.30pm. Katie Kirby writes the immensely popular and hugely funny blog Hurrah For Gin. With her famous stick men drawings she has given a generation of frazzled parents an honest and hilarious account of the highs and lows of family life. Katie will talk about her blog and about her new book, The Daily Struggles of Archie Adams, Aged 2 ¼, and of course, there will be gin! Every ticket includes a free gin and tonic, with the gin kindly supplied by Sipsmiths. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Friday night comedy at Alexander’s, Rufus Court at 8.30pm. Tickets £10 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

CHESTER: Turbulence in concert at Telford’s Warehouse. Free before 9pm, £4 thereafter. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

FRODSHAM: Children in Need cake sale at The Vintage Teapot Tearoom.

MOLD: Tutti Frutti and York Theatre Royal presents The Ugly Duckling in the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 10.30am and 4.30pm. The classic tale by Hans Christian Andersen, adapted by Emma Reeves. Beside an ice-covered lake, a lost rejected duckling stares skyward at the migrating swans, yearning to belong and marvelling at their beauty. Acclaimed children’s theatre company Tutti Frutti (Underneath A Magical Moon) return with this classic story. For age 3+. Tickets £8-£6. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18

ALDFORD: Aldford Church Annual Sale in Aldford Village Hall. Sale commences 1pm. Huge collection of vintage goods, bric-a brac, collectables,
attic clearance, secondhand books and music. Country produce and cakes etc.

BUCKLEY: John Coughlan’s Quo in concert at The Tivoli, Brunswick Road. Tickets £15. Call 01244 546201 or visit www.tivolivenue.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents parent and family screening of animated film Kubo and The Two Strings (PG) starring Charlize Theron (voice) at 11am, with accompanying crafts until 3pm. Tickets £4. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of romantic drama Call Me By Your Name (15) starring Armie Hammer at 12.45pm and 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Chester Globetrotters meeting at the Grosvenor Museum, 1pm for 1.30pm start, with talks on Tatting Round Japan by Brenda Rewhorn and Arctic Europe - The Lands of the Cold North by John Brinkley. Entrance fee £3 includes refreshments and two talks.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring actor Stephen McGann with Flesh and Blood on the Storyhouse Stage at 2pm. Stephen McGann, Doctor Turner in the BBC hit-drama series Call the Midwife, comes to the festival to talk about his new book which delves into his family tree. Flesh and Blood is the story of the McGann family as told through seven maladies that have afflicted Stephen’s relatives over the last century and a half, and which have helped mould him. Tickets £12.50, under 26 £9.50. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Laura Barnett and Kathryn Williams with Greatest Hits in the Garret Theatre at 2.30pm. Laura Barnett, bestselling author of The Versions of Us, and Mercury-nominated singer Kathryn Williams come together to present a special evening of story and song. Laura’s new novel, Greatest Hits, tells the story of an acclaimed but now reclusive singer-songwriter with each chapter named after a song title. In a unique collaboration, Kathryn breathed life into Laura’s fictional songs and turned them into an album that was released alongside the book. Listen to Laura talking about her novel and Kathryn singing the atmospheric songs created using Laura’s lyrics. Tickets £8, under 26 £6. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Martin Gitzgerald with Ruth and Martin's Album Club in the Garret Theatre at 5.30pm. This is an event for anyone who has ever tried to persuade a friend to listen to some music that will change their life. Martin Fitzgerald is the writer behind the blog Ruth and Martin’s Album Club and now a book which is a distillation of the blog. The concept behind the Ruth and Martin’s Album Club blog is simple: make people listen to a classic album they’ve never heard before. Make them listen to it twice more. Get them to explain why they never bothered with it before. Then ask them to review it. Ruth and Martin’s Album Club has featured some remarkable guests: Ian Rankin on Madonna’s Madonna. Chris Addison on Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On. JK Rowling on the Violent Femmes’ Violent Femmes. Bonnie Greer on The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds. Anita Rani on The Strokes’ Is This It. Richard Osman on Roxy Music’s For Your Pleasure. Martin will be in conversation with his BBC Radio Wales’s Adam Walton. Tickets £5. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Hawklords in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £14 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Chester Philharmonic Concert at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm, conducted by Stephen Threlfall. The first concert of Chester Philharmonic’s new season completes last season’s theme. It is the fifth in the
 High Five concert series with a performance of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. Tickets £16-£5. Call 01244 500959 or visit chestercathedral.com/events.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring TV and radio presenter Jeremy Vine with What I Learnt on the Storyhouse Stage at 7.30pm. In the age of Brexit and Donald Trump, is the world now being run by Radio 2 listeners? If you listen to Radio 4, Brexit was a shock. If you are a Radio 2 listener it wouldn’t have surprised you at all. Jeremy Vine has been presenting his BBC Radio 2 show since 2003 and calculates that he has taken more than 25,000 calls on topical subjects – both big issues and small ones: from life and love to lollipop ladies and poisonous plants. A memoir punctuated by vivid anecdotes, laugh-out-loud moments and tips learnt via Eggheads and Strictly Come Dancing, Jeremy Vine explains what it’s like to hit a button and hear – totally unvarnished and unspun – the voices of so-called ordinary people. And why they are not so ordinary after all.. Tickets £12.50, under 26 £9. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Chester Little Theatre presents The Things Good Men Do. This new comedy-drama by Dan Muirden explores the conflict between a man wanting to find a perfect woman and life’s reality. Contains sexual references and strong language. Suitable for 16+. Pla can be seen at Chester Little Theatre, Gloucester Street, at 7.30pm. Tickets £9.50, concessions £7.50 on first Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings. Book online at www.chestertheatreclub.co.uk or telephone TicketSource 0333 666 3366. Booking charges apply.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Hollie McNish with Plum in the Garret Theatre at 8pm. Hollie McNish has thrilled and entranced audiences the length and breadth of the UK with her compelling and powerful performances. Plum is a wise, sometimes rude and piercingly candid account of her memories from childhood to attempted adulthood. This is a book about growing up, about guilt, flesh, fruit, friendships, work and play – and the urgent need to find a voice for the poems that will somehow do the whole glorious riot of it justice. Hollie, winner of this year’s Ted Hughes Prize for Poetry, is guest resident artist for the annual Chester Literature Festival at Storyhouse.. Tickets £10. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: The Phonics - A tribute to Stereophonics - in concert at Alexander’s, Rufus Court from 8pm. Tickets £5 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

CHESTER: The John Fairhurst Band in concert at Telford’s Warehouse. Free before 9pm, £4 thereafter. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

ELLESMERE PORT: Autumn fair at Chester Road United Reformed Church, Whitby. Doors open 10am. Stalls include books, cakes, tombola, toys, collector’s corner, white elephant and fancy goods.

FRODSHAM: Frodsham and District Choral Society presents Creation by Haydn featuring Heather Heighway, Tim Kennedy and Peter Edge, conducted by Howard Kane, accompanied by Roberts Woods. Tickets £10, under 16s free. Call 07845 730061.

MOLD: Fran Wen presents Mwgsi by Manon Steffan Ros in the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. The honest and humorous true story of a teenager living with cancer. “It was going to be epic. I was just a normal 18 year old. A-level stress was but a brief blur. Ready for a rosé filled summer before I started a nursing degree. Then bang! No duty free, piss-up and sun tan for me.” A Welsh language production. Tickets £12, £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TILSTON: Bingo night presented by Tilston Pre-school Playgroup at Tilston Memorial Hall. Doors open 7pm, eyes down 7.30pm. House prizes - £20 supermarket vouchers. Refreshments and raffle.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of classic 1973 thriller Day of the Jackal (15) starring Edward Fox at 12.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring New Voices in the Garret Theatre at 1pm. Storyhouse is proud to showcase local authors’ work and the New Voices event is a wonderful opportunity to promote and sell copies of your completed book. There are 5 x 10 minute slots. On the day, you will have the chance to talk/read from your book and answer any questions that the audience might have. The slots will be filled on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Free entry. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868 for details.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Simon Savidge with Blogging Workshop in the Meeting Room at 1pm. Is writing a blog different to other writing? Learn from someone who has built an audience and is one of the most respected literary bloggers in the country. Over two packed hours, Simon Savidge will share the experience he has gained from writing the popular blog, Savidge Reads. Simon is the co-founder of The Green Carnation Prize (for LGBT writing) now in association with Foyles. In 2013 he also became one of the judges on the inaugural panel of The Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize and he is judging the Costa Debut Novel for 2017. Tickets £10. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868 for details.

CHESTER: Steve Oakes from 2-5pm at Alexander’s in Rufus Court. Free entry. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Chester Writers launching their new anthology in the Garret Theatre at 3pm. Chester Writers present their newly published anthology packed with exciting new writing from this group of local authors. Hear extracts from all genres and question the authors themselves about their work. Ticket price includes a copy of Chester Writer’s latest anthology. Tickets £5. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Jane Harris with Sugar Money in the Garret Theatre at 5.30pm. A new novel by Jane Harris is well worth the wait. Her first novel, The Observations was nominated for the Orange Prize and her second, Gillespie & I, published four years later, was another hit. Sugar Money is set to become as well loved as her previous works. Based on a little-known true story, Sugar Money is a heart-breaking trip into our troubled colonial past, and a stunning act of literary ventriloquism, as we follow two slave brothers sent on a dangerous mission from Martinique to Grenada to recover the forty-two slaves their French master claims were stolen by English invaders. In conversation with Simon Savidge, writer of the influential blog Savidge Reads.. Tickets £5. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Catch Fire and Home Wrecked in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £6 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Tidelines in concert at Alexander’s, Rufus Court from 7.30pm. Tickets £12 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents a Chester Literature Festival event featuring Lines of Retreat in the Garret Theatre at 8.30pm. For the days of the Chester Literature Festival, a group of artists including best-selling author Laura Barnett and singer Kathryn Williams have been holed up in a house, creating new songs and written works. This artistic retreat will put people together who wouldn’t normally collaborate to try out new ways of working. The only certainty is that they will come along and tell us about their experiences and perform the new works of poetry, prose or song that have emerged from this unique retreat. Filled with stories, music and old fashioned smiles, this will be a night to remember. Tickets £8, under 26 £6. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of romantic drama Call Me By Your Name (15) starring Armie Hammer at 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Open mic session with Sam Lyon at Telford’s Warehouse in Tower Wharf. Free entry. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

HOOLE: Hoole Christmas lights switch on and Christmas market, Faulkner Street and Charles Street, Hoole from 11am - 6pm. Live music, open mic, fireworks, Father Christmas, market stalls, food and drink stalls.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of romantic drama Call Me By Your Name (15) starring Armie Hammer at 12.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of classic 1973 thriller Day of the Jackal (15) starring Edward Fox at 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

VICARS CROSS: Aglow ladies evening with guest speaker Gill Gifford at 7.30pm at Vicars Cross Golf Club. £3 admission including refreshments. All welcome. Further details 01829 271111.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21

CHESTER: The lunchtime concert at 12.45pm in the Wesley Church Centre, St John Street, features Jonathan Guy (Clarinet) and Leanne Cody (Piano). Retiring collection.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of romantic drama Call Me By Your Name (15) starring Armie Hammer at 12.45pm and 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

HOOLE: Hoole History and Heritage Society meeting at Hoole Community Centre in Westminster Road at 7.30pm with talk by Dave Rees on the three World War hospitals that used to be based in Hoole.

MOLD: North Wales Jazz presents The Terry Seabrook Quintet plays Wayne Shorter in the Clwyd Room at Theatr Clwyd at 8pm. Pianist Terry Seabrook presents a stellar quintet featuring Andy Panayi (sax), Graeme Flowers (trumpet), Simon Thorpe (double bass) and Peter Hill (drums), as they perform some of the most iconic numbers of the legendary saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter, including Speak No Evil and Night Dreamer, and recreate his classic collaborations with fellow greats Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock and Freddie Hubbard. Tickets £12-£5. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 11am, 3.45pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Catch Fire and Home Wrecked in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £20 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Muffin Men - 50 years of Frank Zappa - in concert at Alexander’s, Rufus Court from 8pm. Tickets £10 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of romantic drama Call Me By Your Name (15) starring Armie Hammer at 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

MOLD: Suitcase Theatre presents Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett in the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. On a desolate road by a leafless tree Vladimir and Estragon continue their never-ending wait for the elusive and mysterious Godot. Whilst they can’t be sure if they are waiting in the right place, at the right time or even on the right day they are almost certain that Godot will change their lives for the better. Suitcase Theatre presents Samuel Beckett’s classic tragicomedy. With Ally Goodman and Niall Borthwick as the two tramps. Tickets £9.50, £7.50 concessions. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of romantic drama Call Me By Your Name (15) starring Armie Hammer at 12.45pm and 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Roger Fisher plays Sonata in C minor by Percy Whitlock in his lunchtime organ recital in Chester Cathedral at 1.10pm. Admission – adults £5.45 or 10 tickets for £40, concessions £4.50 or 10 tickets for £35, accompanied children under 16 free.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: The Alchemist Ginvasion at the St John Street venue from 6-9pm. Enjoy an evening with Sipsmith creating your own perfect tipple with canapes and all things gin! £15 per person. Call 01244 319425 or visit www.thealchemist.com.

CHESTER: Wonk Unit in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £7 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents Simon Yates with My Mountain Life in the Garret Theatre at 7.30pm. One of the most accomplished exploratory mountaineers of all time. Simon Yates is best known for his role in the harrowing expedition to the Andes documented in Joe Simpson’s bestseller Touching The Void. Following that experience in Peru, Simon has been increasingly drawn to places where few others have trod. This illustrated lecture features spectacular images and film of the most remote and rarely explored mountain ranges of the world from the Arctic to the Antarctic and Alaska to Central Asia – there is hardly a significant range that Simon has not visited. Tickets £15, under 26 £13. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Strange Geometry Psych, Indie and Alternative at Alexander’s, Rufus Court. Admission £3 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

MOLD: Suitcase Theatre presents Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett in the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. On a desolate road by a leafless tree Vladimir and Estragon continue their never-ending wait for the elusive and mysterious Godot. Whilst they can’t be sure if they are waiting in the right place, at the right time or even on the right day they are almost certain that Godot will change their lives for the better. Suitcase Theatre presents Samuel Beckett’s classic tragicomedy. With Ally Goodman and Niall Borthwick as the two tramps. Tickets £9.50, £7.50 concessions. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24

BUCKLEY: King Kurt in concert at The Tivoli, Brunswick Road. Tickets £12. Call 01244 546201 or visit www.tivolivenue.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of family film Paddington 2 (PG) starring Hugh Grant at 1.15pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 8.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: The Clone Roses vs Oaces with DJ Clint Boon in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £14 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: The Chester and Wrexham Amnesty group are a hosting a performance of The Bundle at St Mary’s Creative Space. The performance of this play by Journeyman Theatre starts at 7.30pm and there will be refreshments and an exhibition about the refugee situation from 7pm. This is a play based on a true story of an asylum seeker and lasts for just over an hour. There is no charge but donations are welcome for organisations working closely with asylum seekers.

CHESTER: Spirit of Christmas charity concert at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm. Matthew Kelly invites you to the Neuromuscular Centre’s Spirit of Christmas, an annual concert of festive readings and music. With several stars of stage, television and film, the 22nd Spirit of Christmas promises to be a glitzy and glamorous affair. To book tickets visit nmcentre.com.

CHESTER: EIN present Paris Youth Foundation in concert at Telford’s Warehouse. Free before 9pm, £4 thereafter. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

CHESTER: Friday night comedy at Alexander’s, Rufus Court at 8.30pm. Tickets £10 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club presents Heritage on Steroids featuring the dynamic Orlyk Ukranian Folk Dance Ensemble at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: Suitcase Theatre presents Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett in the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. On a desolate road by a leafless tree Vladimir and Estragon continue their never-ending wait for the elusive and mysterious Godot. Whilst they can’t be sure if they are waiting in the right place, at the right time or even on the right day they are almost certain that Godot will change their lives for the better. Suitcase Theatre presents Samuel Beckett’s classic tragicomedy. With Ally Goodman and Niall Borthwick as the two tramps. Tickets £9.50, £7.50 concessions. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25

CHESTER: Christmas tree festival opens at Chester Cathedral and runs until January 7. Back for a fifth year - and bigger and better than ever before! A delightful family event where the Chester Cathedral cloisters will be filled with more than 50 majestic Christmas trees -
 in support of the Ultrasound Breast Care Scanner Appeal at the Countess of Chester Hospital. Open daily.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents parent and family screening of hit Disney animated film Frozen (PG) starring Kristen Bell (voice) along with new short film Olaf's Frozen Adventure at 11am, with accompanying crafts until 3pm. Tickets £4. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Resident organist Brian Heald gives the lunchtime organ recital in the Wesley Church Centre, St John Street, Chester at 12.45pm. Retiring collection.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of family film Paddington 2 (PG) starring Hugh Grant at 1.15pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Chester FC v Dagenham and Redbridge in the Vanarama National League at the Swansway Chester Stadium. Kick-off 3pm. Seated: Adults £18, concessions £12, under 21s £10, 16-17-year-olds £5, 5-15 £3, under fives free. Standing: Adults £15, concessions £10, under 21 £10, 16-17-year-olds £5, 5-15 £3, under fives free. Car parking £2. Visit www.chesterfc.com for details.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 8.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: This Is Quadrophenia at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. All the hits from the iconic movie performed by The Atlantics. Admission £11 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Chester Music Society presents A Gala Night at the Opera at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm. Join the Chester Music Society for a wonderful evening of arias, duets and choruses from Mozart’s Magic Flute, Verdi’s Aida and Nabucco, Bizet’s Carmen and many more. Tickets £20-£7. Call 01244 500959 or visit chestercathedral.com/events.

CHESTER: Zoot Serious and the Bellyful of Bop in concert at Alexander’s, Rufus Court from 8pm. Tickets £7 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents Our Rita's Comedy Club with Tom Wrigglesworth, Danny McLoughlin and Lou Conran in the Garret Theatre at 8pm. Tickets £12.50. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Tankus The Henge in concert at Telford’s Warehouse. Free before 9pm, £4 thereafter. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

GREAT SUTTON: Official opening of the Meadow Park Animal Sculpture Trail and The Big Family Tree Planting Day. Award winning artist Simon O’Rourke will be opening the trail at noon. Bring friends and family along to plant a tree and help create a community orchard. Chester Zoo Safari Rangers, complimentary teas and coffees, local kitchen The Little Pickle.

HOOLE: Christmas craft fair at the United Reformed Church in Hoole Road from 10.30am-3.30pm. Free children's activities and refreshments. Flower arranging workshop from 2-3pm, cost £5. Adults admission to fair £1, children admitted free.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: Suitcase Theatre presents Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett in the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. On a desolate road by a leafless tree Vladimir and Estragon continue their never-ending wait for the elusive and mysterious Godot. Whilst they can’t be sure if they are waiting in the right place, at the right time or even on the right day they are almost certain that Godot will change their lives for the better. Suitcase Theatre presents Samuel Beckett’s classic tragicomedy. With Ally Goodman and Niall Borthwick as the two tramps. Tickets £9.50, £7.50 concessions. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents parent and family screening of hit Disney animated film Frozen (PG) starring Kristen Bell (voice) along with new short film Olaf's Frozen Adventure at 11am, with accompanying crafts until 3pm. Tickets £4. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of classic 1994 American thriller The Last Seduction (18) starring Linda Fiorentino at 1.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: The Deportees from 2-5pm at Alexander’s in Rufus Court. Free entry. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 8.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of family film Paddington 2 (PG) starring Hugh Grant at 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Open mic session with Alx Green at Telford’s Warehouse in Tower Wharf. Free entry. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

CHESTER: Acclaimed folk duo Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith in concert at the Raven Folk Club at the Bear and Billet at 8pm. Tickets £8 (advance tickets only). Call 01244 677212 or visit www.ravenfolk.org.uk.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of family film Paddington 2 (PG) starring Hugh Grant at 1.15pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of classic 1970 Italian thriller Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (18) starring Gian Maria Volonte at 8.30pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

GREAT SUTTON: Ellesmere Port Philatelic Society meeting at Hope Farm Methodist Church Hall, Hope Farm Road, at 7.30pm. Reg Eaton, a member of the society, will give an illustrated talk showing old picture postcards of Frodsham.

MOLD: Launch of Flintshire Visual Arts and Crafts Network display in the Oriel Gallery at Theatr Clwyd. A collection of work encompassing a wide variety of media and styles. Runs until December 30. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28

CHESTER: The lunchtime concert at 12.45pm in the Wesley Church Centre, St John Street, features the Hefin Flute and Harp Duo. Retiring collection.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of family film Paddington 2 (PG) starring Hugh Grant at 1.15pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 8.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SALTNEY: Christmas concert at St David's High School. Doors open 6.15pm. Tickets £4, £2 children and OAPs.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of family film Paddington 2 (PG) starring Hugh Grant at 11am, 1.15pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 8.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: The Lord Mayor of Chester's Festive Supper Club at The White Horse at Chester Racecourse, 6.30 for 7pm. In aid of CHAWREC, The Unity Centre. Dial House and St Mary's Handbridge Centre. £30 for three courses. Call 01244 400730 or email office@chawrec.org.uk.

CHESTER: Warrior Soul in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £10 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Vegan Pop-Up Restaurant and So What Now jazz jam at Alexander’s, Rufus Court. Doors 7pm. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30

CHESTER: Oliver Hancock, sub-organist at Portsmouth Cathedral, plays music by Dupré, Böhm, Vaughan Williams, Bédard, Howells and Walton in his lunchtime organ recital in Chester Cathedral at 1.10pm. Admission – adults £5.45 or 10 tickets for £40, concessions £4.50 or 10 tickets for £35, accompanied children under 16 free.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of family film Paddington 2 (PG) starring Hugh Grant at 1.15pm and 6.15pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Agatha Christie thriller Murder on the Orient Express (12A) starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh at 3.45pm and 8.45pm. Tickets £9.50 after 5pm, £8.50 before 5pm, under 26 £7 after 5pm, £6 before 5pm. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Electric Boys in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £16 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Nick Harper Band in concert at Telford’s Warehouse. Tickets £12 advance. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

CHESTER: Connie Lush in concert at Alexander’s, Rufus Court from 8pm. Tickets £10 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 10am and 2pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1

BACKFORD: Spirit of Stephane concert featuring the Christian Garrick Quintet at Village Hall, Station Road. Stephane Grapelli was a French jazz violinist who founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France with guitarist Django Reinhardt in 1934. It was one of the first all-string jazz bands. Stephane is remembered and celebrated tonight by Britain’s leading exponent of jazz violin Christian Garrick. Doors 7pm, starts 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50. Contact 01244 851 572.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2

CHESTER: Learn how to make quick Christmas cushions at Abakhan from 1-4pm. The demonstration is free so go along to their Frodsham Street store to find out more. For further details call 01244 323 640 or visit www.abakhan.co.uk.

CHESTER: Roman Candle welcomes Steve Pilgrim with special guests Rachael Jean Harris and Escuchando Elefantes at St Mary's Creative Space at 7.30pm. Liverpool troubadour Steve Pilgrim is a singer-songwriter with 15 years of international touring experience. He's well known for playing drums and guitar with Paul Weller and started life in the music business with The Stands. Tickets £8.

MALPAS: Malpas Football Club holding Pink Tie Ball at Malpas Sports Club with dinner, live music and dancing. A silent auction, lucky pink bauble draw and glittering prize draw with a fabulous 5* hotel stay as first prize. The evening will also be supporting a north west based charity called Boot Out Breast Cancer.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 4

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 10am and 2pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7

MALPAS: Malpas Football Club holding a sporting evening with ex-Newcastle player and voice of Talk Sport radio Micky Quinn at Malpas Sports Club. Compered by John Collier with comedian John Gillan. Tickets £35.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 10am. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9

CHESTER: Abakhan in Chester is holding a free demonstration on Quick Make Party Dress from 1pm to 4pm. Abakhan can be found at 65 Frodsham Street. For further details call 01244 323 640 or visit www.abakhan.co.uk.

CHESTER: Chester Cathedral Choir presents Joyeux Noel at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm. The Chester Cathedral Choir, directed by Philip Rushforth, sing a selection of traditional carols for all to enjoy. There will also be seasonal readings and a chance for all to join in and sing some festive songs and carols. Tickets £20-£10. Call 01244 500959 or visit chestercathedral.com/events.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10

CHESTER: Carols at The Carriage Shed at 7.30pm. Wrap up warm and come join Vineyard 53 for Carols at Carriage Shed. Set in the beautiful Carriage Shed by Chester train station, it will be a magical evening of carols, readings and Christmas fun, with a full live band, 20-piece choir, drama and creative multimedia. All are welcome. Enjoy free hot drinks and mince pies from 7pm, and take in the very best of the festive season in a unique, sheltered outdoor venue. Entry is free.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 11

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 10am and 2pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club presents Picturesque City in Art with Peter Boughton, Keeper of Art, Grosvenor Museum, at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. Chester’s unique architectural heritage is explored by the eminent author and lecturer, via the Museum’s best pictures of the city over the past four centuries. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16

CHESTER: Chester Cathedral Choir presents Joyeux Noel at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm. The Chester Cathedral Choir, directed by Philip Rushforth, sing a selection of traditional carols for all to enjoy. There will also be seasonal readings and a chance for all to join in and sing some festive songs and carols. Tickets £20-£10. Call 01244 500959 or visit chestercathedral.com/events.

FRODSHAM: Frodsham and District Choral Society present What Child Is This?, a concert of traditional and modern carols, at St Laurence's Church at 7.30pm featuring the Vale Royal Concert Band. Tickets £8, children £5, family ticket £20. Call 07845 730061 or 07971 606409.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20

CHESTER: Christmas Crackers at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm. Come and celebrate a family Christmas with carols and seasonal music from the Chester Music Society Choir and Chester Philharmonic Orchestra, with readings and introduction by Revd Richard Coles, BBC Radio 4 Saturday Live host and star of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing. Tickets £16-£8. Call 01244 500959 or visit chestercathedral.com/events.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21

CHESTER: Christmas Crackers at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm. Come and celebrate a family Christmas with carols and seasonal music from the Chester Music Society Choir and Chester Philharmonic Orchestra, with readings and introduction by Revd Richard Coles, BBC Radio 4 Saturday Live host and star of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing. Tickets £16-£8. Call 01244 500959 or visit chestercathedral.com/events.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 11am and 3pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 11am and 3pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 2

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 11am and 6pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 11am and 6pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 6

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 7

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 9

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 10am. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 11

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 10am and 2pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MONDAY, JANUARY 15

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 6pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club presents An Extension of My Body, piano film feature on virtuoso Nobuyuki Tsujii, at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. The famous Japanese pianist born blind 28 years ago is coming to the Philharmonic Hall. His rise to stardom is one of the most gripping music documentaries ever. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 8.30pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 20

MOLD: Sleeping Beauty - The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2pm and 7pm. The cult rock ‘n’ roll panto is back with over 16 classic rock and soul songs played live by actor musicians. Featuring hits including Superstition, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Celebration and Sex Bomb! Book your tickets for a panto filled with mad gags, shock frocks, beautiful sets, slapstick galore and the panto puppets. Ticket prices vary. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club presents Let's Liven Up The Night, a rhythmic, swinging display from Jazzectomy, at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. With an eclectic mix of jazz, swing, soul and good time music five medics and a lawyer deliver their own driving jazz versions of some great classic numbers. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

FRIDAY, MARCH 16

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club presents Out On Their Own Again! with the RLPO Pixels Ensemble, flute, cello, piano, at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic friends new and old - Fiona Fulton, Jonathan Aasgaard and Ian Buckle - play Debussy, Weber and Richard Rodney Bennett. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

SATURDAY, MARCH 24

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club Easter fayre and coffee morning at the parish hall in Church Street from 10am-noon. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

FRIDAY, APRIL 20

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club presents a Young Celebrity Recital, featuring pianist William Bracken at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. A local teenage sensation and Chester Young Musician of the Year 2016, this pianist has a long list of credits to his name and is adept with classics or jazz. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

FRIDAY, MAY 18

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club presents Voices of Springtime with the Hawarden Singers, directed by Malcolm Williams, at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. With a wide repertoire and wealth of experience, this choir enjoys an enviable reputation, having sung and competed both here in the UK as well as abroad. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.

FRIDAY, JUNE 22

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Music and Arts Club annual general meeting at the community centre in Fluin Lane at 7.45pm. A chance to meet the officers and committee informally at a social evening with refreshments. Call 01928 890773 or email frodshammusicandarts@musicinchester.co.uk.