THE year isn’t over yet at Melksham Assembly Hall and there are still tickets for live comedy, music and a ska Christmas party to get your hands on.
On Thursday 8th December, comedian Mark Steel brings his newest stand up show, Who Do I Think I Am, to the Assembly Hall.
Previously, Mark has written and presented Mark Steel’s In Town on BBC Radio 4 and toured it live around the UK. Mark has presented the BAFTA nominated Mark Steel Lectures for BBC2, is a regular on BBC One’s Have I Got News For You and Radio 4’s Newsquiz. He’s also appeared on BBC2’s QI and Room 101.
His latest show is a surprising and enthralling story told with aplomb. Tickets cost £15.
On Friday 16th December, Pop-Up Bowie – A Tribute to David Bowie comes to Melksham. Paul Anthony was voted the UK’s No.1 David Bowie Tribute Act at the National Tribute Awards 2013 and his act has amazed and entertained audiences throughout the nation. With a full band, Paul will perform two hours of Bowie’s biggest hits taking the audience on a musical journey, experiencing the masterpieces that made the late, great David Bowie the immortal legend he is today.
Pop-Up Bowie aims to inspire, uplift and celebrate the life of a true artistic genius. Experience the magic of Bowie’s music live with thrilling artistry, a theatrical performance that honours the revolutionary icon himself in the most respectful of ways.
Then on Friday 23rd December ‘Skanta’s Christmas Party’ will kick off the festive weekend with an evening of live music from Train to Skaville, followed by a set from DJ Piglet who will be spinning all your favourite ska, reggae, rocksteady and dub tunes. Tickets cost £8.
All tickets are available from the Assembly Hall itself on 709887, Melksham Tourist Information Centre in Church Street or visit www.melkshamassemblyhall.co.uk