The deal will see a varied range of shows at Nantwich Civic Hall in 2013/14 from 60’s shows to a Boy band tribute evening.
David Thomas, General Manager of Nantwich Civic Hall said:
“We are pleased to be able to announce additional entertainment to the Civic Hall with emphasis on having a wide range to cater for all age groups and tastes.
We also wanted to aim for a great value ticket price and with a high calibre of entertainment, so we’re thrilled with the entertainment that our pairing with Warble has brought.”
Warble Entertainment, based on Nantwich Road in Crewe, have this year been nominated in the final three for Small Business of the Year at the Cheshire Business Awards.
In existence since 2006, the company have this year expanded to begin handling events and the business is pleased to start that locally.
Tracey Warren, Owner of Warble Entertainment said:
“Its great news for the area.
The Civic Hall is a real cornerstone of our community and has been for years so to be asked to develop the events diary for it is an exciting prospect.
We have managed to book some great nights for late 2013 and next year and we are hoping that the great ticket price proves popular for local people looking for a quality assured night out without breaking the bank”.
Councillor Arthur Moran, Lead Nantwich Town Councillor on Civic Hall events, said:
“We have made great progress at the Civic Hall since the Town Council started to run the venue.
This is another step in making Nantwich Civic Hall the place to visit in the area for a good night’s entertainment at a reasonable price and we welcome working with Warble Entertainment.”
The venture kicks off on December 7th 2013, with the Ultimate 80’s Xmas Party, which features a Madonna tribute followed by an 80’s band performance featuring popular music from the decade.
The band will finish off the evening with an extra set showcasing some of the best party music of all time along with a few Christmas songs to finish the evening off in true party style.
2014 will see several shows at the Civic including a 60’s show, which will feature classic hits from the decade along with a superb Beatles tribute band.
There will also be a 90’s night and a “boy band” night during the World Cup Finals that should ease the pain of “Football Widows” with tributes from Westlife, Boyzone and Take That followed by a DJ at most shows.
For details on Warble Entertainment visit – www.warble-entertainment.com