What’s On In Cheshire In March

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Pop Princesses

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3 March

Parr Hall

Grab your tiara and dig out your favourite fairytales on Disney+ because a children’s concert with a twist is coming to Parr Hall. Pop Princesses is a magical show with a non-stop soundtrack from your favourite family films and artists such as Little Mix, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Meghan Trainor and Miley Cyrus. Embrace your inner princess, dust off your dancing shoes, and come and join the fun.



Rick Stein

Rick Stein

16 March

The Auditorium Liverpool

An Evening with Rick Stein will see the culinary legend dish up his favourite memories from nearly 50 years of gastronomic experience. Delving deep into his lifelong love affair with cooking, this new live stage show will explore his unwavering devotion to the brilliance of great British produce. Revelations from the kitchen, musical delights, poetic interludes, and stories of global adventures are all on the menu.





22 March

Parr Hall

Warrington’s own Starsailor is returning to Parr Hall in March for the album launch show for their much anticipated upcoming release, Where The Wild Things Grow. No stranger to Parr Hall, the Britpop band last performed on the Parr Hall stage just a couple of years ago to mark the 20th anniversary of their platinum-selling debut record, Love Is Here. This celebration of their first new work in six years and homecoming promises to be just as special.



Dune: Part Two

dune part two

From March 1

Picturehouse at Fact

Paul Atreides unites with Chani and the Fremen while on a warpath of revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family. Facing a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the known universe, he endeavours to prevent a terrible future only he can foresee. Dune: Part One was a huge success when it was released in 2021, winning five Oscars.



The Kite Runner

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March 26-30


Based on Khaled Hosseini’s international bestselling novel, this haunting tale of friendship spans cultures and continents and follows one man’s journey to confront his past and find redemption. Afghanistan is a country on the verge of war, and best friends are about to be torn apart. It’s a beautiful afternoon in Kabul, the skies are full of colour, and the streets are full of the excitement of a kite flying tournament – but no one can foresee the terrible incident that will shatter their lives forever.



Player Kings

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March 14-23

Manchester Opera House

Ambassador Theatre Group Productions have announced the full cast for Player Kings, adapted by Robert Icke from William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2. Joining the previously announced Ian McKellen as Sir John Falstaff are Toheeb Jimoh (Ted Lasso & Romeo and Juliet) as Hal and Richard Coyle (Ink & Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore) as King Henry IV. A divided country, leadership crumbling, corruption in the air. Welcome to England. Hal wasn’t born to be king. Only now, it seems, he will be. His father longs for him to leave behind his friends in the taverns of Eastcheap, most notably the infamous John Falstaff. War is on the horizon. But will Hal ever come good?



Cheshire Art Weekend

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March 1-3

Carden Park

In collaboration with Winsor Birch and curator Grant Ford, Carden Park will be home to many fine art, sculpture, and artist-related events at the start of March. You will find a broad and diverse range of works for sale by leading British artists and sculptors. All works on display within the hotel’s grounds can be enjoyed at leisure and purchased.


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