What’s On January // Scunthorpe

See what’s on this January. You can submit events via the Facebook group or email.

The Hospital Players– Just the Ticket @ The Plowright Theatre
Tuesday 18th to Saturday 22nd January 2022, 7.30pm at the Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe.

Circus of Horrors The Baths Hall- Ticket offer click here


Having wowed audiences across the UK since 2016, Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet returns to The Baths Hall in January 2022 with two spectacular productions of Tchaikovsky’s best-loved ballets: perennial favourite, The Nutcracker, and the elegant Swan Lake. Under the expert direction of Marina Medvetskaya, this acclaimed company combines classical training and technique with outstanding soloists to entertain audiences in breath-taking style. A full orchestra complements the purity of the dancing and traditional staging, to bring a taste of imperial Russia to the UK.

Speak Out Scunny
Open mic of 2022! Slots of up to five minutes are available for anyone wanting to perform, regardless of experience. Poetry, prose, comedy, monologues or sketches – all are welcome. Just turn up and say you want a slot. Parental Advisory: we welcome young people both as performers and in the audience, but we cannot guarantee that the night won’t contain adult themes and language. Doors open at 6:30pm to start at around 7:30pm.

21 JANUARY at The Baths Hall – MERCURY

Mercury has established itself as one of the world’s most authentic tribute bands to Freddie Mercury and Queen.  A choreographed stage show, with spectacular and authentic costumes, high class production including dramatic and striking lighting effects. The show includes stardom, showmanship and an energetic performance from Joseph Lee Jackson as ‘Freddie’, together with excellent musicianship, including beautifully crafted harmonies, and intricate guitar work from Glenn Scrimshaw as ‘Brian May’. Tickets for the rescheduled 2021 shows remain valid.

19:00 – 22:00- BRING THE NOISE @ Café INDIE Jam Night
All ages and abilities welcome.
Ready to kick off the new year in deafening style?

22 JANUARY at Ropewalk BartonThe Outside Track

£14/£16otd //8pm
The Outside Track’s marriage of Canadian, Scottish and Irish music and song has been rapturously received around the world. Hailing from Scotland, Ireland and Cape Breton, the band’s five members – four powerhouse women – Teresa Horgan, Mairi Rankin, Ailie Robertson and  Fiona Black along with  Michael Ferrie,  are united by a love of traditional music and a commitment to creating new music on its foundation. Using fiddle, accordion, harp, guitar, flute, step-dance and vocals these five virtuosos blend boundless energy with unmistakable joie de vivre. Each player within The Outside Track is a master of their chosen instrument with the band stacking up an impressive amount of international awards.

Scrapyard Dogs at The Lord Bobs

MR STIFF at The Butchers Arms

The Wired at The Roxy Bar (Malt shovel)

23 JANUARY at Ropewalk BartonGeraint Watkins & His Band

£14/£16otd- 7:30PM
His love of vintage R&B and effortless ability to re-create it makes Geraint Watkins one of the most in-demand all-rounders in the business. He has recorded and performed with a cream-of-the-crop line-up including Nick Lowe, Van Morrison, Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings, Andy Fairweather Low, Mark Knopfler, Paul McCartney Status Quo and Eric Clapton and fronted many great bands as well from The Dominators in the late ‘70s to The Balham Alligators. His band, hand-picked hot shots who are all in the same groove, is for many, as good as it ever gets.

26 JANUARY At The Baths Hall
19:30 – 22:30 Professor Brian Cox: Horizons with Robin Ince Warm Up

28 JANUARY at Lord Bobs
Rock & Metal Disco (Free Entry)

28 JANUARY at Ropewalk Barton- Brainstormers Comedy Club

£10/£12otd- 8pm
An evening of top flight stand-up comedy. As ever, a lovely Barnstormers Comedy MC will be on hand to introduce three more excellent acts from the UK Comedy Circuit and beyond. The line-up is Mark Maier, Danny Deegan and Duncan Oakley

28 JANUARYThe Lottery Winner @ Cafe INDIE

Manchester band plays Cafe Indie as part of #revivelive brought to you by the National lottery fund and MVT.

29 JANUARY at Ropewalk Barton-Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow

£14/£16otd- 8pm
Kit Hawes and Aaron Catlow are a Bristol based duo playing acoustic, folk and roots music.  Weaving a musical dialogue between fiddle, guitar and voice, Kit and Aaron explore the rich musical heritage of the British Isles, and create original music inspired by the traditions they grew up in. In demand as musicians, writers and arrangers, Kit and Aaron have worked with many established artists including Grammy Award-nominated Yola, Seth Lakeman, Afro Celt Sound System and Roni Size.

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