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To protect the welfare and safety of our audiences, volunteers, performers, and surrounding community during the coronavirus outbreak, the decision has been taken to close The Heron Theatre from Saturday 14th March.  The events scheduled for the Spring Season will be cancelled and refunds given. 

The re-opening of the theatre will be reviewed in the summer and further information given on our website, noticeboard, and via email for future performances.

We thank you for your support and understanding at this uncertain time and we wish you and your families good health in the coming weeks.

The Heron Theatre Management Committee

Doors Open 45 minutes before performance

£15 (Members £12) under 18s - £6

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Saturday 25 April 7.30pm

Adele first met John in 1980 when she auditioned for his dance band (The Dave John Band).  The band played many Northwest venues including Mecca dance halls, until 1997 when the band split up, leading to the formation of this duo known as Secret Combination. Since then John has been teaching piano in their home town of Bolton and then in Windermere where they moved in 2006.

John and Adele now perform mainly in hotels in the South Lakes area with piano or keyboard, as a duo, covering vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Randy Crawford, and many more.

John and Adele Howarth
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Sunday 3 May 2.30pm

The Quora Flute Quartet is an up and coming ensemble, based in Manchester, of four flautists from three countries within the UK and beyond.
They met in 2017 at the Royal Northern College of Music where the quartet was formed and were highly commended in the College’s Fewkes Woodwind Chamber Music Prize in 2019.


Royal Northern College of Music
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Saturday 23 May 7.30pm

Pat Abernethy and Dave Marsden, return to their Irish roots for this intimate musical evening – Pat from Belfast and Dave from Dublin. You can expect some well-known songs, some you may never have heard of, but they will all reflect the Irish spirit in its many forms – nostalgia, romance, emigration, politics, sentimentality, loss, regret, humour, etc..

The songs have all been selected because they say something that resonates with Pat and Dave musically and lyrically. Between songs you will also be regaled with stories from their days in Ireland throughout the years.

Isosceles Theatre Company

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