THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22

CHESTER: Tip Top Productions present The Witches by Roald Dahl, adapted by David Wood, at the Forum Studio Theatre in Hamilton Place at 11am and 2.30pm. Visit www.chestertheatre.co.uk or call 1244 341296.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Aardman animated family film Early Man (PG) starring Eddie Redmayne (voice) at 1pm. 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 of Chester Cathedral gives the lunchtime organ recital in Chester Cathedral at 1.10pm. Admission - adults £5.45 or 10 tickets for £40, concessions £4.50 or 19 tickets for £35. Accompanied children under 16 free.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents screening of Pixar animated family film Coco (PG) starring Anthony Gonzalez (voice) at 3.15pm. 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: Ronnie Scott's Night at The Music Lounge at Opera Grill in Pepper Street with jazz and r'n'b stars Pete Long from Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra and acclaimed singer Jeremy Sassoon. Tickets £65 including three course meal. Call 01244 343888 or email sara.boothby@individualrestaurants.com.

CHESTER: Butcher Babies in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £13 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

CHESTER: Chester Lecture Society presents Professor Ian Morison’s experiences of 50 years at Jodrell Bank, one of Cheshire’s icons, including insights into the space race and remarkable astronomical discoveries, at the Grosvenor Museum at 7.30pm. Admission for non members £5, students £2.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents comedian Sarah Millican on the Storyhouse Stage at 8pm. Tickets £30.50. 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.

CHESTER: John Bramwell of I Am Kloot in concert at Telford’s Warehouse. Tickets £15. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

HOOLE: Hoole History and Heritage Society meeting at Hoole Community Centre in Westminster Road at 7.30pm with talk on 19th Century Female Friendly Societies by Stella Young.

HOOLE: Chester Family History Group meeting at All Saint's Church Hall in Vicarage Road at 7.30pm with talk on Unearthing Cheshire's Quaker Community by Claire Moores.

MOLD: Selladoor Productions present Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 1pm and 7.30pm. Set in the trying times of the Great Depression, Of Mice And Men is a powerful portrait of the American spirit and a heartbreaking testament to the bonds of friendship and what it means to be human. This landmark play by the Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck is the story of George and Lennie, two migrant ranch workers who dream of owning their own ranch. Still painfully relevant to modern times, this is a moving story about trying to hold on to your dreams and friendships during difficult times. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23

BUCKLEY: The Showhawk Duo in concert at The Tivoli, Brunswick Road. Tickets £15. Call 01244 546201 or visit www.tivolivenue.com.

CHESTER: Tip Top Productions present The Witches by Roald Dahl, adapted by David Wood, at the Forum Studio Theatre in Hamilton Place at 2.30pm and 7pm. Visit www.chestertheatre.co.uk or call 1244 341296.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents comedian David Baddiel with My Family: Not The Sitcom on the Storyhouse Stage at 7.30pm. A show about memory, ageing, infidelity, dysfunctional relatives, moral policing on social media, golf, and gay cats. Tickets £27. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

CHESTER: Creature of Habit 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 8pm. Tickets £10. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

HOOLE: A gin tasting evening is to be held at Chester Beer and Wine to raise funds for the Neuromuscular Centre in Cheshire from 8-10.30pm. Tickets £20. Tickets are available via www.nmcentre.com or by calling 01606 861733.

MOLD: Selladoor Productions present Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.30pm. Set in the trying times of the Great Depression, Of Mice And Men is a powerful portrait of the American spirit and a heartbreaking testament to the bonds of friendship and what it means to be human. This landmark play by the Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck is the story of George and Lennie, two migrant ranch workers who dream of owning their own ranch. Still painfully relevant to modern times, this is a moving story about trying to hold on to your dreams and friendships during difficult times. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: Theatr Pena and Taliesin Arts Centre present Woman of Flowers by Siôn Eirian at the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. Blodeuwedd was conjured from wild flowers by a wizard to be the perfect wife for a warrior prince. When the dark desires woven into her nature are awakened the consequences are bloody for all. A strikingly poetic reimagining of the Mabinogi myth of Blodeuwedd by award-winning Welsh writer Siôn Eirian to create a captivating dark fantasy. Tickets from £13. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24

BUCKLEY: Motley Crude and Poizon tribute bands in concert at The Tivoli, Brunswick Road. Tickets £14. Call 01244 546201 or visit www.tivolivenue.com.

CHESTER: Antiques fair at Northgate Arena in Victoria Road from 9am-3.30pm with up to 120 stalls.

CHESTER: Would you like to learn how to make a patchwork glasses case? Then go along to Chester’s Abakhan store for a free demonstration from 1pm to 4pm. The store can be found in Frodsham Street. For further details call 01244 323 640 or visit www.abakhan.co.uk.

CHESTER: Tip Top Productions present The Witches by Roald Dahl, adapted by David Wood, at the Forum Studio Theatre in Hamilton Place at 2.30pm and 7pm. Visit www.chestertheatre.co.uk or call 1244 341296.

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents comedian Jon Richardson on the Storyhouse Stage at 8pm. Tickets £22. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

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

CHESTER: Antarctic Monkeys in concert at Alexander’s, Rufus Court from 8pm. Tickets £12, £10 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

MOLD: Selladoor Productions present Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Set in the trying times of the Great Depression, Of Mice And Men is a powerful portrait of the American spirit and a heartbreaking testament to the bonds of friendship and what it means to be human. This landmark play by the Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck is the story of George and Lennie, two migrant ranch workers who dream of owning their own ranch. Still painfully relevant to modern times, this is a moving story about trying to hold on to your dreams and friendships during difficult times. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: Theatr Pena and Taliesin Arts Centre present Woman of Flowers by Siôn Eirian at the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. Blodeuwedd was conjured from wild flowers by a wizard to be the perfect wife for a warrior prince. When the dark desires woven into her nature are awakened the consequences are bloody for all. A strikingly poetic reimagining of the Mabinogi myth of Blodeuwedd by award-winning Welsh writer Siôn Eirian to create a captivating dark fantasy. Tickets from £13. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm and 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25

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

CHESTER: Scummy Mummies Night Out at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Comedians Helen Thorn and Ellie Gibson are bringing their comedy show to Chester. Expect sketches, stand-up and very scummy stories! Admission £15 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

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

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26

CHESTER: Telford’s Quiz at Telford’s Warehouse in Tower Wharf. Admission £1. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

MOLD: Launch of exhibition by Susie Liddle and Barbara Larkin at Theatr Clwyd. Contemporary paintings using the ancient medium of encaustic wax. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27

CHESTER: Dan Reed and Danny Vaughn in concert at The Live Rooms, Homer House, Station Road from 7pm. Admission £18 in advance. Visit www.theliverooms.com/www.seetickets.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: Tilted Wig Productions and Malvern Theatres present Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.30pm. With colourful and memorable characters across a vast landscape of locations, this stunning show is a powerful and theatrical telling of Charles Dickens’ universally loved masterpiece. Olivier Award-winning actress Nichola McAuliffe leads the cast as the iconic Miss Havisham. Nichola is best known for her role in the long running TV series, Surgical Spirit, the films Tomorrow Never Dies and Chéri and her many stage appearances including Kiss Me Kate for the RSC, The Night of the Iguana in the West End and Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: 2Magpies present Ventoux at the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. The story of Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani’s rivalry on the fearsome Mont Ventoux in the 2000 Tour de France. Using breathtaking video and a pair of road bikes we ask the question – how far will you go to succeed? Tickets from £15. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28

CHESTER: Storyhouse presents The Boaty Theatre Company with Dungeness in the Garret Theatre at 7pm. In a remote part of the UK, where nothing ever happens, a group of teenagers share a safe house for LGBT+ young people. While their shared home welcomes difference, it can be tricky for self-appointed group leader Birdie to keep the peace. Tickets from £5. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 0845 241 7868.

MOLD: Tilted Wig Productions and Malvern Theatres present Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.30pm. With colourful and memorable characters across a vast landscape of locations, this stunning show is a powerful and theatrical telling of Charles Dickens’ universally loved masterpiece. Olivier Award-winning actress Nichola McAuliffe leads the cast as the iconic Miss Havisham. Nichola is best known for her role in the long running TV series, Surgical Spirit, the films Tomorrow Never Dies and Chéri and her many stage appearances including Kiss Me Kate for the RSC, The Night of the Iguana in the West End and Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: 2Magpies present Ventoux at the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.45pm. The story of Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani’s rivalry on the fearsome Mont Ventoux in the 2000 Tour de France. Using breathtaking video and a pair of road bikes we ask the question – how far will you go to succeed? Tickets from £15. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, MARCH 1

BUCKLEY: Ferocious Dog in concert, with support from Nick Parker and Ginger Wildheart at The Tivoli, Brunswick Road. Tickets £15. Call 01244 546201 or visit www.tivolivenue.com.

CHESTER: Lincoln Cathedral organist Hilary Punnett gives the lunchtime organ recital in Chester Cathedral at 1.10pm. Admission – adults £5.45 or 10 tickets for £40, concessions £4.50 or 10 for £35, accompanied children under 16 free.

CHESTER: Ronnie Scott's Night at The Music Lounge at Opera Grill in Pepper Street with American jazz and soul singer Brendan Reilly. Tickets £65 including three course meal. Call 01244 343888 or email sara.boothby@individualrestaurants.com.

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

CHESTER: Chester Lecture Society presents former Chester MP Christine Russell, who will give an illustrated talk about the many little known, or seen, art treasures of the Palace of Westminster during her time on the Speaker’s Advisory Committee for Art, at the Grosvenor Museum at 7.30pm. Admission for non members £5, students £2.

CHESTER: Mark Henderson and Friends at Telford’s Warehouse in Tower Wharf. Free entry. Call 01244 390090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.

CHESTER: AC/BC - AC/DC tribute - in concert at Alexander’s, Rufus Court from 8pm. Tickets £8 advance. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.

MOLD: Tilted Wig Productions and Malvern Theatres present Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 1pm and 7.30pm. With colourful and memorable characters across a vast landscape of locations, this stunning show is a powerful and theatrical telling of Charles Dickens’ universally loved masterpiece. Olivier Award-winning actress Nichola McAuliffe leads the cast as the iconic Miss Havisham. Nichola is best known for her role in the long running TV series, Surgical Spirit, the films Tomorrow Never Dies and Chéri and her many stage appearances including Kiss Me Kate for the RSC, The Night of the Iguana in the West End and Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: Comedy night with Jayde Adams and Rich Wilson, with compere Silky, in the Clwyd Room at Theatr Clwyd at 8pm. Tickets £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, MARCH 2

HARTFORD: The Neuromuscular Centre’s annual challenging quiz night at the Grange Junior School. Tickets are £10, which as well as quiz entry includes a soft drink and hot dinner, which will be Aberdeen Angus Beef Lasagne. A vegetarian option is also available. The maximum is eight to a team. Doors open at 7pm, quiz starts at 7.30pm. There is a break for food at 8pm. There will also be a cash bar throughout stocked with beer, wine and soft drinks, plus a raffle. Book online at www.nmcentre.com or call the NMC fundraising office on 01606 861733.

MOLD: Tilted Wig Productions and Malvern Theatres present Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 7.30pm. With colourful and memorable characters across a vast landscape of locations, this stunning show is a powerful and theatrical telling of Charles Dickens’ universally loved masterpiece. Olivier Award-winning actress Nichola McAuliffe leads the cast as the iconic Miss Havisham. Nichola is best known for her role in the long running TV series, Surgical Spirit, the films Tomorrow Never Dies and Chéri and her many stage appearances including Kiss Me Kate for the RSC, The Night of the Iguana in the West End and Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, MARCH 3

CHESTER: Chester Women's Aid staging International Women's Day event at the Town Hall from 11am-3.30pm. Programme of entertainment from choirs, International dance, youth theatre groups and guest speaker Prof Emma Rees from the University of Chester. There will also be a wide range of craft and information stalls from domestic abuse support organisations, local women’s groups etc.

FRODSHAM: Frodsham Singathon 18 at the community centre in Fluin Lane. A day of musical entertainment offering a huge variety of styles and sounds from 10.30am until late. The leader is Martin Jones, musical director of Ashton Sings. Admission £2 on the door. Visit www.frodshamsingathon.co.uk for details.

GARDEN QUARTER: The next community charity coffee morning at the Uniting Church in Garden Lane will be from 10.30am-noon. All proceeds on this occasion will be donated to Merseyside and Cheshire Volunteer Motorcyclists Blood Bikes. Admission is £2 to include Fairtrade coffee or tea with cake. There will also be a raffle with quality prizes.

MOLD: Tilted Wig Productions and Malvern Theatres present Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. With colourful and memorable characters across a vast landscape of locations, this stunning show is a powerful and theatrical telling of Charles Dickens’ universally loved masterpiece. Olivier Award-winning actress Nichola McAuliffe leads the cast as the iconic Miss Havisham. Nichola is best known for her role in the long running TV series, Surgical Spirit, the films Tomorrow Never Dies and Chéri and her many stage appearances including Kiss Me Kate for the RSC, The Night of the Iguana in the West End and Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm and 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, MARCH 8

CHESTER: Ronnie Scott's Night at The Music Lounge at Opera Grill in Pepper Street with UK jazz and blues singer Aydenne Simone. Tickets £65 including three course meal. Call 01244 343888 or email sara.boothby@individualrestaurants.com.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, MARCH 9

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, MARCH 10

CHESTER: Chester Archaeological Society meeting with talk on The Roman Rural Settlement Project by Professor Michael Fulford of the University of Reading at the Grosvenor Museum at 2.30pm. Visitors welcome (£4 donation). Students free entry with valid student card.

CHESTER: Chester Bach Singers and 18th Century Sinfonia present Handel's Israel in Egypt at Chester Cathedral at 7.30pm. Tickets:
adults £20 main knave; £14 rear knave and west steps; £8 aisle (some restricted view), full time students and under 18s – £5.

MOLD: Flintshire and Wrexham branch of the NCT (National Childbirth Trust) nearly new sale from 1-2.30pm (12.30pm for NCT members) at Mold Leisure Centre. Entry £1.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm and 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, MARCH 11

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, MARCH 13

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, MARCH 15

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

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.

HELSBY: Colin Havey Promotions presents The Giggle Shack featuring Danny McLoughlin, Dawn Rigby and Scott Bennett with compere Colin Havey at Helsby Spots and Social Club from 8pm. Tickets £10 on the door.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SATURDAY, MARCH 17

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm and 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, MARCH 18

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm and 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

TUESDAY, MARCH 20

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

THURSDAY, MARCH 22

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 7.30pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, MARCH 23

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

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.

FRODSHAM: Frodsham and District Choral Society present A Song of Thanksgiving at St Laurence's Church at 7.30pm featuring works by John Rutter, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Arthur Sullivan with Lynne Rogers (soprano), conducted by Howard Kane and accompanied by Roberts Woods. Tickets £10. Call 07845 730061, 07971 606409 or visit www.fdcs.org.uk.

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm and 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

SUNDAY, MARCH 25

MOLD: The Original Company, in a co-production with Theatr Clwyd and Guild of Misrule, present The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald, adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, at The Dolphin pub at 4pm and 8pm. It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor and red hot jazz. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Cocktails are flowing, music is playing and the party is in full swing. Step into this jazz-era novel which puts you in the heart of the action. An immersive show at The Dolphin Pub in Mold, you can dress up for the show and dance (if you want!) or simply sit at the bar and be absorbed into Gatsby’s world. Tickets from £10. Call 01352 701521 or visit www.theatrclwyd.com.

FRIDAY, MARCH 30

KNUTSFORD: An Egg-Citing Easter at Tatton Park. Family friendly activities this Easter. Help chef Albert Joubert find the missing ingredients for a dazzling dessert at the Tatton Ball and search for the chicks hiding out in the Mansion. Take up the challenge and join in our egg and spoon race and egg rolling competitions in the gardens, or follow the trail in the parkland. Normal admission prices and open times apply.

SATURDAY, MARCH 31

BROUGHTON: Charity event at Broughton Wings Social Club at 7.30pm with disco, hot food, live music, with raffles and live auctions in aid of the MPN Voice charity which offers support to people suffering from rare blood cancers. Tickets are £15 per person and this includes a hot meal. This is a ticket only event and tickets must be bought by the third week in February as confirmation has to be made for the food. All ticket requests can be made to 07837954856 or 07855489043 or 07896315204.

KNUTSFORD: An Egg-Citing Easter at Tatton Park. Family friendly activities this Easter. Help chef Albert Joubert find the missing ingredients for a dazzling dessert at the Tatton Ball and search for the chicks hiding out in the Mansion. Take up the challenge and join in our egg and spoon race and egg rolling competitions in the gardens, or follow the trail in the parkland. Normal admission prices and open times apply.

SUNDAY, APRIL 1

KNUTSFORD: An Egg-Citing Easter at Tatton Park. Family friendly activities this Easter. Help chef Albert Joubert find the missing ingredients for a dazzling dessert at the Tatton Ball and search for the chicks hiding out in the Mansion. Take up the challenge and join in our egg and spoon race and egg rolling competitions in the gardens, or follow the trail in the parkland. Normal admission prices and open times apply.

MONDAY, APRIL 2

KNUTSFORD: An Egg-Citing Easter at Tatton Park. Family friendly activities this Easter. Help chef Albert Joubert find the missing ingredients for a dazzling dessert at the Tatton Ball and search for the chicks hiding out in the Mansion. Take up the challenge and join in our egg and spoon race and egg rolling competitions in the gardens, or follow the trail in the parkland. Normal admission prices and open times apply.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11

CHESTER: Chester Archaeological Society AGM with talk on Commanding Britannia’s western frontier: the Roman fortresses of Deva Victrix and Isca Silurum by Dr Caroline Pudney of the University of Chester at the Grosvenor Museum at 7.30pm. Visitors welcome (£4 donation). Students free entry with valid student card.

SUNDAY, APRIL 15

CHESTER: Chester Sings at Storyhouse at 7pm. An exciting collaboration between three top Chester choirs – Chester Music Society Choir, The City of Chester Male Voice Choir and Chester Bach Singers at Chester’s newest performance venue. In total there will be some 170 choristers across the three choirs. Tickets £15. Visit www.storyhouse.com or call 01244 409113.

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.

SATURDAY, APRIL 28

CHESTER: The 2018 Competitive Music Festival will be held at The King's School in Chester. The classes are open to all and include piano, instrumental, vocal, choirs and bands. The full list of classes and adjudicators are in the syllabus which cn be downloaded from the website www.chesterperformingarts.org.uk together with the entry forms. Entries for this year's music festival should be submitted by February 28.

SATURDAY, MAY 12

CHESTER: Chester Archaeological Society meeting with talk on Settling down, moving on and coming back: prehistoric discoveries at Llanfaethlu, Anglesey by Catherine Rees of C R Archaeology at the Grosvenor Museum at 2.30pm. Visitors welcome (£4 donation). Students free entry with valid student card.

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.