Enjoy hilarious 5* show!

A show full of laughter, which received five stars at the Edinburgh Fringe, is coming to Southport in June, as part of a national tour.

Searchlight Theatre Company will dramatise the first 90 chapters of the Bible in 90 minutes, in their hilarious show, Would You Adam & Eve It? Arranged by Trinity Arts and hosted by Holy Trinity Church, Southport, it appears in town for one night only – Friday 28 June.

When Searchlight performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017, the Review gave it five stars and raved, “It’s a must-see: friendly, frenetic and so funny that the person next to me was crying with laughter throughout.”

It is suitable for adults and children over 10 years old. Tickets are on sale now, £10 via phone 01704 568001 or online 

Young people go free if accompanied by a paying adult. Youth groups/Scouts etc welcome, £5 a ticket in groups. Show starts at 7.15pm.

Southport Young Musician of the Year

Could YOU be the next Southport Young Musician of the Year? We’re now taking applications from young people between School Years 3 and 13 / sixth form – you don’t have to live in Southport. Sponsored by Whittakers Schoolwear, this prestigious competition offers a prize of £100, a trophy and the opportunity to perform.

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There's still time to get tickets to the amazing Would You Adam and Eve It? show at Holy Trinity Church, Southport, on Friday 28 June. The first 90 chapters of the Bible will be dramatized in 90 fun-filled minutes - when Searchlight Theatre Company performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Review raved, "It’s a must-see: friendly, frenetic and so funny that the person next to me was crying with laughter throughout.” Tickets are just £10 for adults - phone 01704 568001 or via trinityarts.org.uk. Suitable for young people over 9 - they go free with a paying adult. £5 per ticket for youth groups - book via phone for these. ... See MoreSee Less

Theres still time to get tickets to the amazing Would You Adam and Eve It? show at Holy Trinity Church, Southport, on Friday 28 June. The first 90 chapters of the Bible will be dramatized in 90 fun-filled minutes - when Searchlight Theatre Company performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Review raved, It’s a must-see: friendly, frenetic and so funny that the person next to me was crying with laughter throughout.” Tickets are just £10 for adults - phone 01704 568001 or via trinityarts.org.uk. Suitable for young people over 9 - they go free with a paying adult. £5 per ticket for youth groups - book via phone for these.

If you’re a young person who can sing or play a musical instrument why not enter the Southport Young Musician of the Year competition? Students between the ages of 8 and 18 are eligible to enter this prestigious competition, held at Holy Trinity Church, Southport. Now in its fifth year and sponsored by Whittakers Schoolwear, the final this year will be attended by Sefton Mayor Cllr June Burns and Southport MP Damien Moore. The winner receives a trophy, £100 and the opportunity to perform in the iconic Holy Trinity Church.
Last year’s winner Victoria Woodier said, “It’s been an excellent experience, it’s given me confidence in performing and a chance to try different types of music.”
You don’t have to live in Southport to enter.
Categories include:
• Voice
• Brass
• Strings
• Woodwind
• Percussion
• Piano
Students between Year 3 through to Year 13/ sixth form may enter the competition - the new deadline is Wednesday 26th June for applications. Heats will be held on Tuesday 2 July from 5.30pm with the final on Friday 5 July at 6.30pm at Holy Trinity Church, Southport. It costs £3 to enter. There is also a runner-up prize and a Most Promising prize. Each Individual class winner also receives a trophy. For more information or for an application form please go to www.trinityarts.org.uk
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If you’re a young person who can sing or play a musical instrument why not enter the Southport Young Musician of the Year competition? Students between the ages of 8 and 18 are eligible to enter this prestigious competition, held at Holy Trinity Church, Southport. Now in its fifth year and sponsored by Whittakers Schoolwear, the final this year will be attended by Sefton Mayor Cllr June Burns and Southport MP Damien Moore. The winner receives a trophy, £100 and the opportunity to perform in the iconic Holy Trinity Church.
Last year’s winner Victoria Woodier said, “It’s been an excellent experience, it’s given me confidence in performing and a chance to try different types of music.”
You don’t have to live in Southport to enter.
Categories include:
• Voice
• Brass
• Strings
• Woodwind
• Percussion
• Piano
Students between Year 3 through to Year 13/ sixth form may enter the competition - the new deadline is Wednesday 26th June for applications. Heats will be held on Tuesday 2 July from 5.30pm with the final on Friday 5 July at 6.30pm at Holy Trinity Church, Southport. It costs £3 to enter. There is also a runner-up prize and a Most Promising prize. Each Individual class winner also receives a trophy. For more information or for an application form please go to www.trinityarts.org.uk

Do you know someone who could be this year's Southport Young Musician of the Year, sponsored by Whittakers Schoolwear? The prize is £100 and a trophy and the final will be viewed by an audience including the Southport MP Damien Moore, and Sefton Mayor Cllr June Burns. It's open to young people in Year 3 through to Year 13/ sixth form. Heats will take place some time in the evenings of 1-4 July at Holy Trinity Church, with the final on 5 July, evening. Please share with anyone you think would be interested. More information at www.trinityarts.org.uk ... See MoreSee Less

Do you know someone who could be this years Southport Young Musician of the Year, sponsored by Whittakers Schoolwear? The prize is £100 and a trophy and the final will be viewed by an audience including the Southport MP Damien Moore, and Sefton Mayor Cllr June Burns. Its open to young people in Year 3 through to Year 13/ sixth form. Heats will take place some time in the evenings of 1-4 July at Holy Trinity Church, with the final on 5 July, evening. Please share with anyone you think would be interested. More information at www.trinityarts.org.uk

Free tickets for children over 9 for the fantastic fringe show Would You Adam and Eve It, coming to Southport Holy Trinity Church on Friday 28 June. The first 90 chapters of the Bible will be dramatized in 90 fun-filled minutes - when Searchlight Theatre Company performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Review raved, "It’s a must-see: friendly, frenetic and so funny that the person next to me was crying with laughter throughout.” Tickets are just £10 for adults - phone 01704 568001 or via trinityarts.org.uk. Young people go free, big concessions for youth groups - book via phone for these. ... See MoreSee Less

Free tickets for children over 9 for the fantastic fringe show Would You Adam and Eve It, coming to Southport Holy Trinity Church on Friday 28 June. The first 90 chapters of the Bible will be dramatized in 90 fun-filled minutes - when Searchlight Theatre Company performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Review raved, It’s a must-see: friendly, frenetic and so funny that the person next to me was crying with laughter throughout.” Tickets are just £10 for adults - phone 01704 568001 or via trinityarts.org.uk. Young people go free, big concessions for youth groups - book via phone for these.

Absolutely awesome recital by @francisgoodwin today, if you missed it he's playing in our summer concert in July. ... See MoreSee Less

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See this week's Visiter p 12 feature on our Young Musician contest, sponsored by Whittakers Schoolwear ... See MoreSee Less

See this weeks Visiter p 12 feature on our Young Musician contest, sponsored by Whittakers Schoolwear

Come and see Would You Adam and Eve It, a hilarious show which received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe. Searchlight Theatre Company will dramatize the first 90 chapters of the Bible in 90 minutes - when they performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017, the Review gave it five stars and raved, "It’s a must-see: friendly, frenetic and so funny that the person next to me was crying with laughter throughout. Remarkably, in amongst all the mayhem, we were given a clear and concise overview of the whole of Genesis and Exodus. Look out for Moses and the Burning Bush." Book your places now, we expect this to be popular.
Where: Holy Trinity Church, Hoghton Street, Southport
When: Friday 28 June, 7.15pm Go to www.trinityarts.org.uk
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If you’re a young person who can sing or play a musical instrument why not enter the Southport Young Musician of the Year competition? Those between 8 and 18 are eligible to enter the competition, sponsored by @WhittakersShop. For more info go to https://t.co/4YkOYTsGq8

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