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Howden Park Centre's October Events

15
Oct
2018

There's a wide variety of events taking place this month at Howden Park Centre in Livingston! Our handy guide will help you pick what to go see.

Voodoo Room: A Night of Hendrix, Clapton & Cream

Voodoo Room: A Night of Hendrix, Clapton & Cream

Paying tribute to two of the greatest names in rock history, Jimi Hendrix and Cream, Voodoo Room are a stunning power-trio featuring some of the UK’s finest musicians.

Members of the band have played with Ben E. King, Duran Duran, Stevie Winwood, Thunder and Fish to name a few.  A world-class show, put together in total appreciation of two massive pioneers of classic blues and rock, this is not a caricature tribute act.  Hear all the classics including Strange Brew, Hey Joe and Purple Haze.

Date: Thu 18 Oct 2018 Time: 19:30

 

Jim Davidson: On the Road Again

Jim Davidson: On The Road Again

The people’s favourite comedian takes to The Road Again with a brand-new show which promises to be the antidote to this ‘PC’ world we now live in.

Guaranteed to be as outrageous and as truthful as ever.

Sun 21 Oct 2018 Time: 7.30pm

The Arrival

 The Arrival

The Arrival is a funny, wildly imaginative and welcoming show, inspired by the award-winning graphic novel by Shaun Tan.

A man journeys to start life in a bewildering new city.  It’s a land of strange customs, peculiar animals and weird vegetables.  He doesn’t speak the language; he can’t read the maps or signs.  He is helped along the way by sympathetic strangers, each with their own story of past and present, survival and hope.  Produced by Solar Bear, a pioneering theatre company celebrating the creative possibilities of inclusion, the production has been created to be accessible for both deaf and hearing audiences and those with English as an additional language.

Date: Fri 26 Oct 2018 Time: 7.30pm

 

Maggie Bell and Dave Kelly

Maggie Bell and Dave Kelly

An evening with two legends of the British R&B scene, two great voices, two great reputations.

A founder member of Stone the Crows, she later had an incredibly successful solo career on both sides of the Atlantic.  Dave Kelly, London's slide guitar king, learned his trade playing with blues legends, Howlin Wolf, John Lee Hooker and Buddy Guy to name a few.  Dave is also a founder member of The Blues Band.  A wonderful evening of acoustic blues, soul and good times, and no doubt a little humour.

Date: Sat 27 Oct 2018 Time: 7.30pm

Charlie Landsborough

 Charlie Landsborough

Charlie’s talent and chart-topping records have received many awards over the years. In 2011 he was bestowed the ultimate accolade when he was inducted into the British Country Music Hall of Fame.  Join us for a memorable evening of beautiful ballads, folk, blues, country, rock ‘n’ roll, pop, gospel and anthems with the immensely talented Charlie Landsborough.

Date: 29th October Time: 19:30                   

Stuff    

Stuff       

She must find a way to deal with the constant shifting of stuff in her house and her head, as she revisits the past and struggles with the present to find a way to face the future.  Told with humour and tenderness this will resonate in its view of our attachment to things, and our need for attachment to each other.

Date: Tue 30 Oct 2018 Time: 7.30pm

Robin Windsor: The All Fun Farewell Tour

Robin Windsor: The All Fun Farewell Tour

One of BBC Strictly Come Dancing’s favourite professional dancers, Robin Windsor heads out on tour for the very last time!                  

Expect lots of amazing dance routines, fun, cheeky chat and plenty of sparkles in this incredible action-packed extravaganza that reflects Robin’s energetic personality.  He will take you on a journey through the most memorable performances of his dance career with his fabulous team of professional dancers.

Date: Wed 31 Oct 2018 Time 7.30pm

      

 

 

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Written by Visit West Lothian at 15:00

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