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Live music – Andrew Riverstone – Sat 16th November 2019

Andrew Riverstone – Doors Open 7.30pm – Concert starts 8pm  Tickets £10 on line or £12 on the door. Concessions £8 – students/unwaged/income support. Andrew Riverstone’s music pays homage to classic artists from the late 60’s and 70’s Crosby,Stills & Nash, JJ Cale, Tom Petty, Jimi Hendrix, and Howling Wolf. His distinctive guitar work draws on years of experience…Read More
Nicolas Meier World Group

Live Music – Nicolas Meier World Group – Friday 1st Nov 2019

Doors open 7.30 pm – Concert 8 pm Tickets £12 on the door, £10 online, £7 online Concession (student/unwaged/income support) UK-based guitarist Nicolas Meier has carved a reputation out as one of the world’s most original and uniquely talented guitarists. Drawing from a love of Turkish, Eastern & Middle Eastern music, Flamenco, Tango and more...Read More

Live Music – The Thunderbridge Bluegrass Boys – Fri 3rd May 2019

Doors Open 7.30 pm – Concert from 8 pm  Tickets £12 on the door – £10 online – £7 concessions (students/unwaged/income support) Out and about bringing our own version of bluegrass to venues big and small across the UK and beyond, using one microphone, five instruments and voices which blend together to make a highly…Read More

Live Music – Larkham & Hall – Saturday 2nd March 2019

Doors open 7.30 pm – Concert from 8 pm Tickets £12 on the door, £10 on line in advance, £7 concs. (student/unwaged/income support) Americana songwriters Sarah Larkham and Elliot Hall create bittersweet, beautiful music with country elements, taking their influences from American folk, country and blues artists such as Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Johnny Cash.…Read More

Live Music – Southern Belle – Friday 7th December

Tickets at £10/8/5 Doors 7.30pm. Start 8pm Southern Belle will perform a selection of old time songs and dance tunes originating from the Appalachian Mountains. Old time music is pre-bluegrass with the roots originating from African, Irish and European workers that merged their own genres together in the US using the banjo and fiddle. The fiddle and...Read More