Music in Hoole

Chester music lovers will enjoy the regular concerts held in the heart of Hoole featuring many professional as well as top amateur performers.

There are several locations in Hoole where excellent musical entertainment in a variety of genres can be heard.

At Hoole Methodist Church in Hamilton Street there is a series of concerts and musical events throughout the year which will appeal to a wide audience. Many of the artists have performed at very prestigious venues and we are exceptionally pleased that they have agreed to perform for us here in Hoole.

Other locations for local musical events include All Saints Church on Hoole Road, Hoole Community Centre on Westminster Road and The United Reformed Church on Hoole Road.

These provide opportunities for you to hear talented performers at a local venue, in an intimate setting and at very reasonable prices.


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If you are organising a musical event in Hoole and would like it to be listed on this website please email webmaster@hoolemethodistchurch.org.uk

2019

Saturday 20th January

3rd Sunday @ 3pm Graham Eccles

Hoole Methodist Church

Saturday 17th February

3rd Sunday @ 3pm The Hawarden Singers

Hoole Methodist Church

Saturday 23rd February

February Folk Day

Hoole Community Centre

Saturday 17th March

3rd Sunday @ 3pm St Martins Academy

Hoole Methodist Church



Sunday 20th January
3pm
at Hoole Methodist Church

Graham Eccles on Organ and Piano

Concert in aid of "The Hospice of the Good Shepherd"

THIRD SUNDAY @ THREE PM

This is the first of a series of charity concerts to be held on the third Sunday of the month. Concerts last about 50 minutes followed by refreshments. Admission is FREE however we suggest a donation of £5 for the chosen charity



Sunday 17th February
3pm
at Hoole Methodist Church

The Hawarden Singers

Concert in aid of "Motor Neurone Disease Association, Cheshire"

THIRD SUNDAY @ THREE PM

This is one of a series of charity concerts to be held on the third Sunday of the month. Concerts last about 50 minutes followed by refreshments. Admission is FREE however we suggest a donation of £5 for the chosen charity



Saturday 23rd February
from 12 noon
at Hoole Community Centre

February Folk Day

Afternoon concert, evening ceilidh & folk club, sessions, singarounds etc.
from 12 noon

For more information and ticket details see Chester Folk Survivors website

Chester Folk Survivors website




Sunday 17th March
3pm
at Hoole Methodist Church

St Martins Academy

with John and Angie Evans

THIRD SUNDAY @ THREE PM

This is one of a series of charity concerts to be held on the third Sunday of the month. Concerts last about 50 minutes followed by refreshments. Admission is FREE however we suggest a donation of £5 for the chosen charity