Dansworks Dance Academy of Performing Arts is a place where you can learn to dance, sing, perform or act in a friendly and caring environment where every individual is treated with respect. We respect individuality, so whatever you’re trying to achieve and whatever you’re capable of, we’ll make sure (...)
The Fifty-Something Theatre Company are a community theatre company based in Burnley, Lancashire, who perform for various organisations in the local area, including community centres and retirement homes. Our actitivies include acting and singing as well as writing our own sketches and poems.
If you live in the area and (...)
We are a local concert band situated in the Rossendale Valley who rehearse every Thursday night at the Methodist Church on Manchester Road, Haslingden starting around 19:30. We aim to enjoy a relaxed, friendly evening playing music together with music that varies from the great marches and musicals to swing and rock.
All players of wind instruments are welcome to (...)
The main aims of the Horse and Bamboo Theatre are:To create work which is artistically excellent; to make this work accessible to people who would otherwise not access the arts To provide a focus for the continuing development of artists To offer a range of placements and support to students (...)
House of Fusion (formerly RM Fusion) has been running for over 9 years.
Over these years we have experienced many great experiences doing many different things in the industry from travelling abroad to festivals, weddings, music videos, performances, TV appearances and much more.
We are varied in aged from 7 (...)
The Hyndburn Singers is a local mixed-voice Choir which was founded by Husband & wife team Alan & Cynthia Ashworth in January 1981. In the initial years the Choir rehearsed in the School Room of the Central Methodist Church in Whalley Road Accrington, the site of the present Mearley Vetenary (...)
Established in 1980, Rossendale Dance & Drama Centre (RDDC) are now a leading provider of dance, drama, musical theatre and fitness training for children and adults.
We offer tuition at all levels, for all ages, at both our Ramsbottom and Waterfoot branches 6 days a week. There is something for everyone (...)
The Rossendale Ladies Choir was formed in 1977, and currently has over 40 members. Membership is made up of ladies from all age groups and all walks of life.
We meet every Wednesday evening and rehearse at St. Peter’s Church, St Peter’s Avenue, Haslingden, Rossendale, BB4 6NZ from 7.30 to (...)
“The Valley of Song” is how the Rossendale Valley in south east Lancashire is often described and it is the home of The Rossendale Male Voice Choir.
Lancashire’s famous male voice choir, who this year celebrates 90 years of rich musical history, is proud of its heritage but also looks (...)
Rossendale Valley Sounds is a concert band, which was formed in October 1994. The band was formed with the aim of allowing players of any standard to join the band.
Over 20 years on this is still the aim, and is working very well. The ages of band members varies (...)
Bacup Royal Court Theatre is operated by Bacup Royal Court Theatre Group. Bacup Royal Court Theatre Group is a registered charity and everybody who works at the theatre is a volunteer.
We hire our professional theatre and conference facilities to community organisations, performing groups, local societies, dance and (...)
The Boo is a performing arts venue based in Waterfoot. Since opening our doors as venue in 2005 The Boo has a full programme for families, children and adults that includes high quality children’s theatre, comedy, music and a workshops as well as regular cinema showing classic and new releases (...)
The Rossendale Players New Millennium Theatre is run entirely by members who commit their time and energy to fill the many jobs necessary for the continued success of productions.
The Rossendale Players have been producing plays in the Rossendale Valley for over 80 years. As well as our own productions (...)
– To educate, enrich, entertain and reach out to the people of Rossendale, especially young people, by providing the very best resources, teaching staff and experiences available to students of the Performing Arts on an extra curricular basis.
– To encourage the people of Rossendale, especially young people, (...)
Valley Aloud is Rossendale’s premier, mixed-adult, Community Choir!
Based at Rakefoot Hall, Crawshawbooth and established in September 2010 as part of Valley Academy, Rossendale’s School of Musical Theatre & Dance, the choir now has around 50 members and is renowned for first class performances in the Valley & beyond!