Magazine Background Image

‘High Street Musical’ comes to town

Times Echo and Life / All News / ‘High Street Musical’ comes to town
3 months, 23 hours ago1 Comment.
16 JUL

‘High Street Musical’ comes to town

By timesecholife on in All News, Featured News

Live music is set to make a welcome comeback to a Moorlands town centre this coming weekend. Following on from live performances in Cheadle town centre as part of the town’s Arts Festival last month, Rick Hermolle has now, in conjunction with Team Cheadle, organised to present ‘High Street Musical: Enhanced Shopping experience’ in the town centre this coming Saturday (July 17). Plus there is free parking for shoppers and visitors to Cheadle town centre this Saturday.

Live music is set to make a welcome comeback to a Moorlands town centre this coming weekend.

Following on from live performances in Cheadle town centre as part of the town’s Arts Festival last month, Rick Hermolle has now, in conjunction with Team Cheadle, organised to present ‘High Street Musical: Enhanced Shopping experience’ in the town centre this coming Saturday (July 17).

Plus there is free parking for shoppers and visitors to Cheadle town centre this Saturday.

More than 15 music acts are lined up to take part in the musical interlude which will see performances take place at various spots including in the Market Place, in Greyhound Walk and outside Cheadle Community Library in the High Street.

Rick said: “As part of Team Cheadle’s welcome back to the High Street programme, we have arranged for a number of musical acts to play along the High Street – dubbed High Street Musical.

As we are still under Covid restrictions, we are unable to organise an event. Instead we felt this enhanced shopping experience would be the best compromise.

The music acts will be performing at various times between 11.30am and 3pm. Music locations will be, Greyhound Walk, outside Cheadle Library and on the Market Square.

We are hoping for a huge turnout of people coming to enjoy the music but do ask that people ensure they are social distancing and wearing masks where appropriate.”

Rick added: “There will hopefully be some attendance from various Cheadle groups as well, such as the Royal Oak friends and Moorlands Climate Action Group, and the music performances will be staggered so people can see more music.”
The running order for the day, which is subject to change, is:

Market Place: 11am Ivy Brunt-Willetts; 11.45am Miriam Hermolle; 12.30pm Ukulele Band; 1.15pm Frankie Clinton; 2pm Don’t Eat at Joes featuring Jo Saphina; 2.45pm Martin Stanyer.

Greyhound Walk: Midday Paul Broadley; 12.45pm Sanjiv; 1.30pm Lights Out; 2.15pm Jackie and Tony.

Outside Cheadle Community Library: 11.30am Gelato Girls; 12.15pm Paul Lucas; 1pm Joslyn Plant; 1.45pm Chris Walters; 2.30pm Dave Hulatt.

To keep up to date with the running order for the High Street Musical day, go to the ‘Team Cheadle, Staffordshire’ Facebook page.

Share this post:

1 Comment

  • A brilliant day thank you for lifting everyone’s spirit
    Written by M Plant, July 18, 2021 - Reply

ADD A COMMENT

Comments will appear once approved by our administrators, your email address will not be displayed.

timesecholife -

Pre Footer 2 571×105 (Left)
Pre Footer 1 571×105 (Right)

Web Design Company