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The North Lincolnshire Ukulele Group meet on Thursdays once a fortnight at Frederick Gough School from 4:30 to 5:30pm. All are welcome!
They cater for strummers of all abilities – previous experience is not necessary, and instruments are available on loan from the North Lincolnshire Music Support Service. A small charge of £3 per session is payable. Please message for more details about joining the group.
Mammal Hands are a trio of like-minded musicians:
- Nick Mart (piano)
- Jesse Barrett (drums and table)
- Jordan Smart (saxophones)
Signed to Matthew Halsall’s Gondwana Records, they have carved out a growing following (both here and abroad) for their hypnotic fusion of jazz, folk and electronica: winning fans from Bonobo and Gilles Peterson to Jamie Cullum.
They have been compared to both Portico Quartet and GoGo Penguin (who the group have toured with) for the way in which they navigate the choppy waters between contemporary dance music and jazz. Drawing on a rich well of influences from Sufi and shamanic African trance music, Irish and Eastern European folk music, to Steve Reich and Philip Glass and more contemporary electronica influences, their music is built around deceptively simple sounding ideas that are lent power through the use of repetition and rhythmic loops.
Join us for this fantastic concert by Barnetby Silver Band and West Yorkshire Brass.
The concert takes place in Barnetby Village Hall starting at 7.30 p.m. Tickets are priced at £6 (children under 12 free) and this includes interval refreshments.
For further details please see our Flyer or contact the band on:
Adam Z Robinson in association with Little Mighty presents The Books of Darkness and Light.
Three chilling tales. Two ghostly performers. One thrilling night.
Legend has it that many years ago a book of terrifying tales was found. Now, you are invited to discover the secrets of The Book of Darkness and Light… If you dare!
Join The Storyteller and The Musician for an evening of spine-tingling tales and haunting live music. Three ghostly stories to delight and horrify, accompanied by the beautiful sounds of the violin. Be thrilled, chilled and thoroughly entertained by this charming storytelling experience. But, be warned, once the pages of the book are opened, anything could happen.
Age guideline 14+
Household name, pop icon, TV presenter, and stage/screen actress. This is a unique chance to experience Toyah in an intimate setting where music and stories take centre stage.
This lively, entertaining and revealing show comes in the form of Toyah performing an unplugged set of her well-loved hits and classic songs, alongside recalling stories from her colourful, 35 year career.
From filming pop videos on horseback at 5am in the morning to acting alongside Katharine Hepburn and Laurence Olivier, this is a show which lifts the lid on working in the entertainment business.
A talented duo of guitarists, Chris Wong and Colin Hinds, accompany Toyah on meticulous and melodic acoustic versions of the hits It’s A Mystery, Thunder In The Mountains, I Want To Be Free and Good Morning Universe through to Sensational, a track used recently on a national TV advertising campaign starring Patsy Kensit.
Singing for the Brain is a service provided by Alzheimer’s Society which uses singing to bring people together in a friendly and stimulating social environment.
Singing is not only an enjoyable activity, it can also provide a way for people with dementia, along with their carers, to express themselves and socialise with others in a fun and supportive group.
Hidden in the fun are activities which build on the well-known preserved memory for song and music in the brain. Even when many memories are hard to retrieve, music is especially easy to recall.
House of Stray Cats is delighted to present a new sensory puppet show for curious children and dreamers of all ages. With breathtaking puppetry, enchanting storytelling and an exquisite musical score, we invite you to join us and immerse yourselves in our dream world. In a land where anything is possible, no imagination is too big for The Dream Factory. Not even yours. For curious children and dreamers of all ages (4-9 years)
Running time – approx. 50 mins
Two Shows – 11am and 2pm