Jul26

We ADORE churches as venues and this is the one in which Patrick Brontë was vicar. A beautiful town in wonderful countryside, why not make a day of it? or a weekend? Doors open at 6.30, drinks available from Cobbles and Clay over the road. Tickets available through Eventbrite or Tel: 01535 958961 info@cobblesandclay.co.uk £25.00

A solo performance in two parts - "Meet the family" (a fascinating run through some of the many instruments that Snake performs with) and "My Greatest Hits" hear him perform and tell you the stories behind those tunes that Snake is so well known, such as M-People, Lisa Stansfield, Take That and Klingande (Jubel). Tickets available through WeGotTickets Tickets £15. Doors 7pm

Tickets £15 (Under 18's £5)

A 4pm start for this solo performance. Split into 2 halves. Part 1 Meet the family Snake will treat us to a demonstration and history of the whole range of saxophones plus flutes, whistles, steel handpan, didjeridoo and the Japanese Shakuhachi.

Part 2 My greatest hits Snake tours as himself and works as a session player. He’s been at no.1 in the charts twice recently, with Olly Murs and Shania Twain. Tonight he’ll perform some of his best known sax solos, such as Take That’s ‘Million Love Songs’, M-People’s ‘Moving on up’ and ‘Search for the Hero’, Lisa Stansfield’s ‘Change’ Klingandes ‘Jubel’ and the theme tune from ’The Office’ playing them in context with a few words on how they came about.

Snake Davis Band Tour (4 piece)

Abraham, Martin & John

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