Sale Sports Club Activities

The Festival runs throughout June 2023
Sale Waterside


Blues Duo

Having already built individual reputations, Mat and Alex came together, drawing on the deepest roots of the blues to create fresh, relevant songs, which expand British Blues into new territory. This collaboration between award-winning harmonica player/blues singer Mat Walklate and singer/guitarist Alex Haynes brings out the best in both artists. ‘The pair blend their personalities and styles to create relevant music with a vibrant core of authenticity’
Doors and bar open 7.30pm. Show starts at 8.15pm
Tickets £12 can be reserved from [email protected]


TALK ON POST WAR BRITAIN by DAVE WALMSLEY M.A. (Oxford), Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

The talk will look at the Attlee government and the National Health Service; Eden and Suez; Macmillan and You’ve Never had it so good.; Pop music; radio and TV; and the development of Sale in the 50s.£10 payment by cash on the night – places must be reserved on [email protected] Doors and bar open at 7.00 p.m. Talk begins at 7.30pm. All proceeds to support community activities.

Tickets £10 – cash on the night but places must be reserved by emailing [email protected] 



Relive the great numbers of the 60s, 70s and 80S with this talented local duo – classical guitar, keyboard and vocals drawing on the popular songs of the Eagles, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder and 60s soul music and much more.

Tickets £12 can be reserved from [email protected].
Door and bar open at 7.30pm Show starts at 8.15pm


Stand Up Comedy

Traditional style experienced and popular stand-up comedy with Sam Harland M/C and Jamie Sutherland and Dom Woodward.
Tickets £12 from [email protected] – Door and bar open at 7.15pm. Show starts at 8.15pm

27 and 29 JUNE

Cricket at Sale Sports Club

Come to Sale Sports Club, Clarendon Crescent, Sale to watch the North Western Finals of ‘Chance to Shine’, the softball cricket competition for junior cricketers.

On Tuesday 27th June from 0930-1600 eight Under 13 teams will battle out for the trophy and

Thursday 29th June from 0930-1600 eight Under 15 teams will have their turn.

The day is being organised by Lancashire Cricket Club on behalf of the England and Wales Cricket Board.

A great opportunity to see budding cricketers from our region! FREE ENTRY