Events

We’re proud to offer an ever-changing programme of courses and events for all ages. Please see listings below for details and booking information.

For all events enquiries and suggestions please email bookings@thecreameries.co.uk

Current Listings

26.05.19

CANCELLED Acoustic Gig: RACHEL HILLARY

"Otherworldly folk, sung by the voice of an angel from outer space" - a fan

Rachel is a singer-songwriter, born and bred in Manchester and Stockport.

She has an enormous raw talent, a kind of ethereal hypnotic charm that casts an immediate spell over any audience. Her lyrics and her singing take you firmly to another world, playing on your emotions. Rachel sings not only from the heart but also from the soul.

Unfortunately this gig has been cancelled due to ill health. Please check back for new acoustic gigs coming soon...

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09.06.19

Sunday Bread & Beer

5pm-8pm//2nd Sunday of every month//£35 per class

Join us for our monthly Bread & Beer class at The Creameries from April onwards.

These classes will be a chance to get together to enjoy the simplest things in life while learning a new skill. Each session we'll show you how to make two types of bread – from tin loaves, to focaccia, to crusty whites. Alongside the bread making we'll be tasting and talking about delicious beers, chosen specifically to accompany the creations you're making.

Classes are available to anyone over the age of 18. We'll tailor classes towards the novice baker so everyone can get involved.

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16.06.19

Father’s Day Lunch

Spoil your dad rotten with a lovely set lunch at The Creameries.

Menu details will be confirmed nearer the time, be assured it'll be a great spread!

   

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Date TBC

Flower Crowning Workshop

Join us for our flower crowning session, making seasonal headdresses out of beautiful flowers and plants. All materials included, as well as a glass of beer, wine or juice. Date TBC

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