After sell out shows over the past 3 years at Rivington Hall Barn for private functions, Ntertain are delighted to offer a one night only public show at The Rose Centre Hindley on Friday 13th October 2017. The show includes fantastic songs from the Musicals from shows such as Phantom of The Opera, Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, RENT, Sister Act, Wicked and more. The three principle performers have a wealth of experience on the stage performing across the North West and are looking forward to a great night.
John has been a professional entertainer for over 16 years and is proud to be Managing Director of Ntertain Events Ltd. He started his career entertaining with a local Musical Theatre group Purple Patch Productions and remembers fondly, performing at the Monaco Ballroom back in 1998. John has performed leading roles in shows such as RENT, Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Cabaret and also Godspell at Blackpool Globe. John says "It's great to get back to my roots performing some of my favourite songs from the shows, over the past 16 years I have specialised in wedding entertainment where there is not much call for a rendition of Music of the Night. It will also be great for friends and family to be able to come and see us performing a public show after so many private parties."
Music and performance is a big part of Aimée’s life. Aimée has been training her voice, singing and performing for over 21 years, taking lead roles in numerous musicals, concerts and various live,
public events throughout the North West. She's taken leading roles in musicals such as Carousel, Sweeney Todd, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, The Boyfriend, Les Miserables and is currently
rehearsing for her role as Delores in Sister Act at The Grange Theatre in November.
Aimée is an extremely passionate and experienced performer who now with a Professional Diploma in Teaching Contemporary Singing from The Voice College and ‘B.A.S.T’ Singing Teacher qualification, helps and guides singers of all ages, styles and abilities to realise and achieve their vocal and performance goals and dreams.
St Mary's Junior Choir
As part of our commitment to promoting the arts and to help children enjoy Musical Theatre we will be working in School with a group of pupils to create a choir to support the show. Our aim is to help build confidence and nurture their natural talents in a supportive environment. The children will have the opportunity to attend weekly workshops on the run up to the show and then to perform live on stage at the show. We are really excited to see how the children grow and develop into the next generation of performers.
Our chosen charity for the evening is Grow for Giving who offer a unique experience in modern day care activities for people with dementia, Alzheimer's and learning disabilities. We welcome donations to be raffled off during the interval of the show. All proceeds of the raffle will be donated to this fantastic charity.