‘Miss Baines’ takes inspiration from a real-life Lancastrian woman who worked as a Council Housing Officer, inspecting people’s homes in the 1930s/40s.

The show is a quick-fire, comical guide on ‘how to clean the home’ vintage-style, taking inspiration from the old ‘Pathe’ newsreels and documentaries.

Join Miss Baines, as she encourages the audience to “roll up their sleeves” and get involved. Whether it’s scrubbing giant knickers on a washboard whilst doing the Charleston, or throwing socks into the washing basket, this accessible show includes everyone – no matter their age!

Suitable for ages 4+
  • Dance
  • Family
  • intergenerational
Tue 28 May / 2.30pm
Mill Hill Library

New Chapel Street
Mill Hill

millhill.library@gmail.com or 01254 266380

Miss Baines (28th May) – £2 per person
Please note this show will be hosted in the Community Centre next to Mill Hill Library

Wed 29 May / 2.00pm
Knott End Library

Lancaster Road
Knott End-on-Sea

Box office: Call in to purchase tickets over the counter or email knottend.library@lancashire.gov.uk
If you have an enquiry about the show, Spot On HQ can help: 01254 660360
Tickets: £5 per person

Further Information

Brought in partnership with Big Imaginations and with funding from Rekindle