April Highlights

Published on 16th March 2023

This April, make the most out of a perfect programme full of family entertainment, comedy, live music, dance, and more at Brewery Arts!

Enjoy the family-friendly The Adventures of The Little Red Hen, experience a healthy dose of hip hop, funk and mellow jazz tones at The Mouse Outfit Live ft. KOJ & AyiTe and witness the solacing, classically trained harpist, Mary Lattimore.

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Family Entertainment

The Adventures of The Little Red Hen

The Adventures of The Little Red Hen

Wednesday 12 April | Starts 2pm | Thursday 13 April | Starts 11am & 2pm | Tickets £12 | Theatre | Age Guidance 3+ yrs

Making bread is hard work, but it would be a lot easier if the lazy farmyard animals got off their reclining sofas and lent a hand! Join the plucky little hen as she finds her own way to get stuff done.

This performance is an energetic adaptation of this much-loved story, featuring a breathtaking combination of brilliant puppetry, live music and unforgettable comedy.


Emergence Dance

Emergence Dance

Saturday 29 April | Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £12.50 | U26s & BYA £6.50 | Theatre

Celebrating its fifth anniversary year, the 2023 Emergence touring programme features a new company of dancers and three brand-new works from international choreographers Alice Klock and Florian Lochner (FLOCK), Anthony Missen (Co-Artistic Director, Company Chameleon), and Artistic Director, Joss Arnott.

Live Music

mary Lattimore

Mary Lattimore

Friday 14 April | Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £15.50 | Theatre

Mary Lattimore is a harpist and composer who experiments with her Lyon and Healy Concert Grand harp and effects. Now releasing her third LP, Mary is arriving at her most confident work to date, expanding her style of instrumental storytelling.

Cosmic Glue Presents: Seven Seals, Deathretro, Vacant Weekend and Emre W/ Sam Cooper

Saturday 15 April | Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £8.50 | Malt Room Standing

Cosmic Glue is the Manchester-based record label by Ben Robinson of Kendal Calling and Bluedot. Brewery Arts is looking forward to welcoming Kendal’s own Seven Seals (sister band of The Seals) and Vacant Weekend back to the Malt Room, alongside a roster of Comic Glue’s signees.

An Evening With The Ayoub Sisters + Support

Saturday 15 April | Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £17 | Theatre

Scottish/Egyptian instrumentalists and composers, The Ayoub Sisters rose to stardom after their debut album premiered at No.1 in the Official Classical Charts. The sisters are recognised internationally for their chemistry on stage, as well as their ability to unite different musical genres and cultures together through their unique compositional style.

The Mouse Outfit Live ft. KOJ & AyiTe

Saturday 22 April | Doors 8pm | Tickets £15 | Malt Room Standing

The Mouse Outfit is a nationally renowned household name in hip hop with decades worth of releases. Whilst at Brewery Arts, the group will deliver a healthy dose of hip hop, funk and mellow jazz tones wrapped up in a dynamic, carefully curated live performance.


Thursday 27 April | Starts 8pm | Tickets £16.50 | Theatre

Ímar share a strong background in Irish music; a grounding that underpins many of the band’s distinctive qualities, in both instrumentation and material. Each band member once shared the same Gaelic language, and a similar, clearly potent, kinship endures between their musical traditions.

Stage On Screen


Our diverse programme of Stage On Screen continues into April, featuring titles from the National Theatre, The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera, and even Exhibition On Screen.

Witness David Tennant’s much-anticipated return to the West End in GOOD, be surprised and delighted during Mozart’s comic opera, The Marriage of Figaro, and immerse yourself into the ethereal world of fairy godmothers, pumpkin carriages, handsome princes, and true love during Cinderella.

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