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Friday, 2 October 2015

MONSTER MASH! IT'S THE BOATYARD SMASH!



Middlewich Music/The Middlewich Creative
Look! What could be better than this?!

Middlewich Music, The Boatyard Artspace and The Middlewich Creative write:


MONSTER MASH!

"It's The Boatyard Smash"

Middlewich Music is teaming up with Boatyard Artspace and the Middlewich Creative to bring you a weekend of live music, interactive art workshops and fun for all the family!

Middlewich Music will be hosting the live music stage from 4pm till late on Halloween night itself (Sat 31st Oct), with the Creative bringing art to life through its' workshops throughout the day, as well as a pumpkin carving competition, face painting, a raffle in aid of St Luke's Hospice featuring some amazing prizes and much more!

We'll also be showing LIVE coverage of the Rugby World Cup final, IF England or Wales make it that far*, so while the kids are occupied with the art, the dads will have something to keep them entertained alongside the live music!

As the live music ends around 10pm, if you're still in a partying mood, we'll have a Halloween themed disco to dance the night away to!

On the Sunday, the art workshops take full centre stage as the creative ones amongst you will continue with the work you've started on the Saturday, creating some wonderful hand made masterpieces! There will also be some form of live music (still TBC)!

Fancy dress for the Saturday is OPTIONAL, but massively preferred!

BEST OF ALL, it's all FREE!
(But we will force you to buy raffle tickets! wink emoticon
**This is an event for all the family, but beware, as the night goes on, the music gets louder and the beer will start flowing!**



* UPDATE (4th October) Sadly, we already know that the England team haven't made it to the final (or even the semi-finals). The team 'crashed out' of the tournament on the 3rd October, losing 33-13 to Australia)-Ed

UPDATE (15th OCTOBER)
Here's the line-up for Saturday:






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