KnutsfordProms2015 logo 350The Knutsford Promenades is designed as a street festival – some performances overlap, some promenade along the street and there will be additional street performers too. Here’s a guide to what’s planned when and where on Princess Street and Canute Place. Feel free to ‘promenade’ between the different performance areas and enjoy KP2015!

Map showing performance locations and times is on our Programme for 4 July page. All times approximate.

Afternoon Schedule

3.00pm The Universal Soldier ‘On the Move’ from outside the Old Town Hall, Princess Street

3.30pm ‘Texts from the Front’ in St John’s Church

3.15pm ‘And Death Shall Have No Dominion’, The Tatton Singers perform outside Knutsford Methodist Church

3.15pm ‘Radio Wartime Tatton’, Regent Street

3.15pm ‘The Trumpet Major, Silk Mill Street

3.30pm ‘The Knutsford Hero’, junction of Princess Street & Silk Mill Street

3.30pm ‘Men of King Street’ on Silk Mill Street

3.30pm WAKS Lyrical sing in Canute Place

3.45pm ‘The Donut Dugout’ on Silk Mill Street

3.45pm ‘A Swift Half’, Regent Street

4.00pm ‘Remembering the Wars’, Canute Place

4.00pm ‘The Trumpet Major, Silk Mill Street

4.15pm ‘Radio Wartime Tatton’, Regent Street

4.15pm ‘The Knutsford Hero’, junction of Princess Street & Silk Mill Street

4.15pm ‘Men of King Street’ on Silk Mill Street

4.30pm ‘The Donut Dugout’ on Silk Mill Street

4.45pm The Universal Soldier ‘Moving On’, starting from Princess Street (Canute Place end)

5.00pm the interval entertainment begins with ‘Spitting Feathers’

Evening Schedule

6.30pm The Universal Soldier ‘marches’ from Princess Street to Canute Place

6.45pm Roberts Bakery Band plays in Canute Place

7.15pm ‘Texts from the Front’ begins, featuring:

  • SMB Dance
  • The Knutsford Hero
  • A Swift Half
  • The Donut Dugout
  • Men of King Street
  • ‘Army of Angels’, sung by Lisa Haughton
  • Radio Wartime Tatton
  • The Trumpet Major
  • And Death Shall Have No Dominion
  • Texts from the Front, selected readings

9.00pm The Finale: Knutsford Reflects. Including The Last Post and Reveille performed by Sarah Raisbeck