Tonight’s LS Theatre production of Calendar Girls at the Academy Theatre in Birdwell will be attended by one of the original Calendar Girls. Producer Lee Semley said: “We are very proud and privileged to welcome Beryl Bamforth, the original Miss January.” The play runs until Saturday, September 15 and performances start at 7:30pm. For tickets… Read more »
Top tribute band Definitely Mightbe are heading back to Barnsley on September 1. The band, who have gone down a storm when headlining at the Remembering Ben gig at Barnsley Trades Club for the past two years, are playing a mixture of Oasis and Paul Weller songs at Gawber Road WMC on Saturday, September 1.
Four Barnsley girls with very little experience but a lot of enthusiasm and self belief are putting together Hoyland Common’s first charity community gala and music festival – to help promote local artistic talent and enterprising businesses, and to remember two key members of their family who sadly passed away. HoiFEST 2012 will take place… Read more »
Close on 10,000 people are expected to attend the three-day Shindig Music Festival in Barnsley this weekend. The festival, at Silverwood near Silkstone, begins tomorrow and runs through until Sunday (August 12). Over 15 UK bands, including headline acts Athlete and The Rifles will serve up a enticing cocktail of indie, rock, folk and roots music. And local music-lovers… Read more »