Burden of Paradise: Friday 1st July 8pm
BoP3 (or the Burden of Paradise) were formed in 2006 and comprises iconic sax player, Snake Davis, bassist Dave Bowie and vocalist Helen Watson. They describe their music as a stylish blend of precisely 47% blues, 35% folk and 18% jazz. No drums. Just voice, saxophone and a pulsing engine room of double bass (and a bit of ukulele). BoP’s unique interpretations of evocative songs from Dylan to Dowland are spell-binding. “BoP3 is a bit like jazz, but better”. They will be at Threlkeld Village Hall on Friday 1st July at 8pm. Bar and Bar Office from 7:15pm. Tickets are £15 adult and £7:50 under 18s, from Threlkeld Village Hall Coffee Shop, village PO or on-line here.
Rose Room: Friday 12th August 8pm
Rose Room play 1930s ‘Hot Club’ standards, gypsy jazz favourites and self-styles originals. They are one of Scotland’s leading jazz ensembles and were delighted to have been voted ‘Best Band’ in the Scottish Jazz Awards 2018, having been finalists in the previous two Scottish Jazz Awards. They are frequently played on BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘The Jazz House’ and Jazz FM. They will be in concert on Friday 12th August at 8pm at Threlkeld Village Hall. Bar and Box Office from 7:15pm. Tickets are £15 (£7.50) for under 18s available from Threlkeld Village Hall Coffee Shop, the village PO and on-line here
Tannahill Weavers, Friday 2nd September, 8pm
Tannahill Weavers have made an international name for their special brand of Celtic music, blending the beauty of traditional melodies with the power of modern rhythms. As one of the world’s premier traditional Celtic bands, their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, original ballads and lullabies, and humorous tales of life in Scotland. Appearing at Threlkeld Village Hall on Friday, 2nd September at 8pm. Tickets £12 (£6 under 18) from village PO, Village Hall Coffee Shop and on-line here.
Raising Agents by Mikron Theatre Company
A musical comedy play performed by the Mikron travelling theatre company. An entertaining take on 100 years of the Women’s Institute. Bunnington WI is a bit down-at-heel. Dwindling membership means they can barely afford the hall, let alone a decent speaker. So when a PR guru becomes a member, the women are glad of new blood. Initially….. Threlkeld Village Hall on Thursday 6th October 2022 at 7:30pm. Bar and Box Office from 6:45pm. Tickets £15 (£7.50 under 18s) on-line here or from the Village Hall Coffee Shop or Village PO. Tickets bought on-line will be available for collection on the night.
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