Music Train - June

Alexander's Live, Chester.

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This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £17.60 (£16.00)

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The £16 package deal of music at Alexanders and food includes taxis to and from the station at Chester.  On Music Train nights the food is Dave Johnson’s award-winning local bangers with mash, peas and gravy.  You'll need a train ticket as well.  The music is in the rear carriage of the train both ways.  (Music Train leaves Altrincham at 18:39 and return leaves Chester at 22:46.  These are different train times from previous  years.  They are provisional at the moment and have still to be confirmed. The confirmed times will appear here by the end of May).  Please notify us when you have booked if you have any dietary requirements. Please notify us when you have booked if you have any dietary requirements.

6 June - Altrincham/Knutsford - Alexander's

Loose Change on the train and Dave Roberts Jazz at Alexanders. 

Loose Change Buskers are a group of volunteers who perform and collect for charity.  They sing, dance and play a lively set of classic tracks ranging from ‘Brown Eyed Girl’ to ‘Country Road’.  Loose Change Buskers have become a familiar part of local events such as the Greater Manchester Marathon, as well as performing their own impromptu gigs on the streets of Altrincham, Hale and beyond.  The charity band started by two Altrincham musicians in 2010, has now raised over £350,000 collecting for Cancer Research UK.   They will be playing on the train both ways train (and making a collection on the return journey) and also performing a session at Alexanders.

The Dave Roberts Trio is a mainstream/modern jazz ensemble with a huge repertoire of jazz standards. The  emphasis is on accessible, swinging jazz; the songs are a mix of swing, Latin, blues and funk. Each evening features songs associated with a famous musician or by a well-known composer. Tributes so far have included Gerry Mulligan, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Jerome Kern..