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This weeks events Saturday 13 September to Saturday 20 October

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Saturday 13 October
'Shanty Special' Evening - The Tavy Tars
BFS Club, Bristol Row, Bere Ferrers, Yelverton PL20 7JL
8.00pm
Free entry, donations welcome.
The Tavy Tars are holding this ‘Shanty Special’ evening at Bere Ferrers Social Club when they will present 4 cheques for £400 from funds they have raised to: Help for Heroes, St Luke’s Hospice, the RNLI, and TASS (Tavistock and Area Support Services).
Maddy and the Chaps
The South Devon Inn, Strand Hill, Dawlish EX7 9HR
From 8.30pm

An eclectic mix of folk/country/Celtic acoustic music on guitars, ukelele, banjolele, banjo, acoustic bass, accordion, mandolin and bits and pieces of percussion. All five of band sing, allowing a range of singing styles and harmonies. Think Beatles and Mumford and Sons, John Denver and REM, Dolly Parton and Vance Joy, The Pogues and Buddy Holly.


Ceilidh with Dawntreader Ceilidh Band
Ipplepen Village Hall, Newton Abbot TQ12 5SB

7.30pm
Tickets £10 to include a light supper. To reserve tickets telephone Steve 01803 812084 or email
Bar available.
Ipplepen Community Hub are holding another ceilidh with all proceeds going to the Hub redevelopment fund.

Spinach for Norman: Autumn Ceilidh
Victory Hall Broadclyst, Exeter EX5 3EE
7.30pm (doors 7.00pm) £10 adults, £5 children, under 5s free
Tickets available from TicketSource (no booking fee) or email

Booking in advance highly recommended!

This festive knees-up is an open invitation to everyone to come and enjoy a great night of music and dancing with a caller. A delicious ploughman’s supper is included and guests are invited to bring their own drinks. 
Spinach for Norman, the acclaimed all string Ceilidh band, has just celebrated its 33rd year playing traditional dance music from England, Ireland and Scotland. "We’ll also add dances from other parts of Europe into the mix, including France and even Transylvania”, says Joel Segal, the band’s lead violinist. Proceeds to the Broadclyst Twinning Association.  See Spinach for Norman website

Gallery Bar Special with Snob Hill
Calstock Arts, The Old Chapel, Sand Lane, Calstock PL18 9QX
Doors and bar 7.00pm - start 8.00pm
Free entry, informal atmosphere, donations to the performers please. Go to website for more information.

Since forming five years ago, four part a capella folk group Snob Hill has become a regular fixture on Cornwall’s folk club and festival circuit. Using a range of close harmonies, the group’s repertoire extends from medieval to modern, delivered in style by family members Chris, Claire and Alex Richards, together with singer-songwriter Jim
Flanders.

There’s a special bonus at our events over the weekend of Friday 12 and Saturday 13 October. Our Gallery Bar will host a beer tasting by Devon based Bere Brewery before Histories of the Unexpected and Snob Hill.

The O Marley's
The Rising Sun, Woodland, Ashburton TQ13 7JT
9.00pm
Free
Irish band The O'Marleys (Irish / Roots / Country, 4 piece) will be playing lots of lively Irish and Scottish music to dance and sing along to. Not to be missed. With you favourites like lack Velvet Band, Whisky in the Jar, Rocky Road To Dublin, Liverpool, and many more uniquely arranged The O'Marleys way, a bit of Folk/Rock, and Reggae mix. Plus our latest single Nancy Mulligan by Ed sheeran with an Irish feel.
The O'Marleys will be setting The Rising Sun alight with plenty of Irish Music and Craic
Regular events 2nd Saturday
SONG - Open night Shammick Acoustic
Sunday 14 October

World Unlimited - Blue Rose Code + support Wez Richmond
St Mary's Parish Church, Kingskerswell TQ12 5LD
Doors 7.00pm
Tickets £14.00+ advance from WeGotTickets Go to website for more information, telephone 01803 875527 or email
“Blue Rose Code is as slippery as an eel; a genre dodger; a mess of influences and contradictions. This rare display of soul and emotion will not be boxed, a sign of something special.” Spiral Earth

Edinburgh born Ross Wilson spent his creative formative years in East London, then moved to South England “to be by the sea’s energy” but it is in his homecoming that he has found where his heart is. Life wasn’t always simple for Wilson. “I have swapped one type of chaos for another” says Wilson.

“On my darkest day I found my benediction”

Now a committed enthusiast and creative whirling dervish, Wilson has seen the past few years produce his most exciting work including the album ‘THE BALLAD OF PECKHAM RYE’, which was nominated for the prestigious Scottish Album Of The Year Awards.

The much anticipated album, ‘THE WATER OF LEITH’ was released in November 2017.

Previous albums have featured such luminaries as Ewan McGregor, Danny Thompson, Karine Palwort and the late John Wetton and this album will be no exception, featuring Julie Fowlis, Kathleen McInnes and the incredible vocal talents of Beth Nielsen Chapman.  Centred around Wilson’s own homecoming to his native Scotland, the album explores the variety of journeys that life has to offer. As Wilson explains;

“It speaks to the journey home, my journey home, the man that I am today, so changed from the wee boy that ran away. I’ve found a peace that I left looking for, back on the same cobbled streets, looking at my life through a fresh pair of glasses. Controversially for a songwriter, it seems, I am contented, happier than I’ve ever been. Given up all hope of a better past, I’m rejoicing living in this beautiful series of moments.

The Water leads me back to the Shore and, from there, who knows? What I have learnt, however, is there is nothing wrong with right now.”

 

World Unlimited is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation. Telephone 01803 875527 or email
Originally based in Birmingham, WU now regularly promotes concerts in South Devon. Go to website for more information

Reg Meuross in concert
St James Church Hall, Mount Pleasant Road, Exeter EX4 7AH
Doors 7.30pm - start 8.00pm.
Tickets £12.00+ from WeGotTickets
Hot drinks available at the café. BYO alcohol.
Somerset singer-songwriter Reg Meuross represents contemporary folk writing at its best. Described by Mark Radcliffe live in session on BBC Radio 2 Folk Show as “a brilliant singer songwriter with a social conscience”, Reg has a rare gift of being able to touch people through his songs and performance on a really human level. His words and music paint pictures that remain with the listener long after the song has been sung. 

This concert is part of the Reg Meuross Two Albums Tour, encompassing two album releases: Faraway People and Songs About A Train. These songs comment bravely on life as he sees it, bringing wide-ranging stories, from the ravages of austerity and the injustice of the plight of refugees to some of most beautifully disarming lyrics ever written. Reg is a true modern troubadour, as comfortable gigging in village halls and folk clubs as he is playing the Royal Albert Hall and huge festival stages. He consistently entrances his audiences with songs of life, love and injustice, soulfully delivered with melodic tenor vocals and exemplary guitar playing.
Opening the evening will be Devon singer songwriter Sadie Horler.

 

Regular events 2nd Sunday
SONG - Topsham Folk Song Club - Martin Simpson - Mathews Hall, Fore Street, Topsham, EX3 0HF. 8.00pm - £15.00 advance from WeGotTickets - £17.00 on the door Go to website for more information.
There is no doubt that after 45 years as a professional musician Martin is, right now, better than ever. Widely acknowledged as one of the finest acoustic and slide guitar players in the world, his interpretations of traditional songs are masterpieces of storytelling. His solo shows are intense, eclectic, spellbinding and deeply moving.
Whether playing American old-time music, blues, a Dylan song or his own material, Martin Simpson is unpredictable, individual and a guitarist of immense subtlety.
Monday 15 October
Artizan Acoustic Night/Open Mic/Rob Force
Artizan Gallery, Lucius Street, Torquay TQ2 5UW
Doors 7.00pm. Open mic 7.30pm - 9.00pm.
Our guest performer tonight from 9.00pm is Rob Force, a Plymouth-based musician/songwriter equally at home in all genres, acoustic and electric. Expect a soulful voice accompanied by top-class guitar-playing. Refreshments available, both alcoholic and soft drinks. Curated by Robert Spence, 01803 613647.
Tuesday 16 October
 
Regular events 3rd Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
SONG - Bradninch Folk Club - Kelly Oliver - Album Tour 2018
The Castle Hotel, Bradninch EX5 1NN.
Doors 7.45pm start 8.00pm
£6.00.
Go to Bradninch Folk Club’s Facebook group page.

Kelly Oliver enjoyed her visit in May 2017 and on that night asked if she could bring her new recording project to the club in 2018. Bradninch Folk Club is the only date in Devon on her tour to promote her third studio album, 'Botany Bay'. 'Botany Bay' is a full, traditional English folk album, made up entirely of traditional folk songs collected in Kelly's home county of Hertfordshire. The songs have all been arranged by Kelly and her producer Stu Hanna, with Stu's vibrant and punchy production complimenting Kelly's contemporary and distinctive style. They say you can judge a person by the company they keep which is exactly what the list of guest musicians on the album shows including Phil Beer, Luke Jackson, Lukas Drinkwater and Jamie Francis, Toby Shaer and Evan Carson. 

Kelly will be playing a mix of the traditional folk songs from the album and her own original songs.

Kelly has been described as 'a vital voice in British folk music' - Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 and The Times described her as an artist who 'blends traditional with bold, indie-pop'. Her debut album 'This Land', funded by an Emerging Excellence Award by Help Musicians UK, gained a 4* review from The Telegraph and her second album 'Bedlam' was included in The Sunday Times Essential New Releases and was one of Paul Sexton's Top 20 Albums of the Year in Prog Magazine. Her last five singles have all gained BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music airplay and she performed her 2016 summer single 'Rio' on BBC One's Sunday Morning Live for her first national TV appearance. Kelly was awarded Best Female Solo Artist and Breakout Artist in the 2015/2016 NMG Awards, as well as winning Best Female Artist 2016 in the FATEA Awards. She attended the Folk Alliance International in Kansas, USA, as one of their Official Showcase Artists and has performed in Europe on a debut tour of Germany and in Portugal at Costa del Folk Festival. Having performed previously at the Bradninch Folk Club regulars will know what a musical treat her performance will be. 

In support are two singer songwriters established reputations of their own Peter Falloon and Tobias Ben Jacob. The third performer will be Sam McCrory, originally from East Belfast, one-time resident of Bradninch and contributor to the local music making and part of the FOS Brothers. Sam is making a solo performance with his characteristic take on traditional and original material.
Wednesday 17 October

 

Regular events 3rd Wednesday
DANCE - Halsway Folk Dance Club - Friendly Folk - Ted Farmer - Bicknoller VH
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Jigs for Gigs - Mark Moran
DANCE - Over Stratton Folk Dance Club (South Somerset)
OPEN MIC - Blues Night at the Oystercatcher’s  Cafe
Thursday 18 October
Sam Brothers
B-Bar, Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2NJ
8.30pm
Admission £2.00
Telephone 01752 242021 or visit website or FaceBook for more information
A massive talent - a remarkable guitarist and unique song-writer, blessed with an astonishing voice that recalls the gentle sensitivity of Nick Drake, but underscored by the screaming power and swooping range of Jeff Buckley. And with something more, an honesty and intensity that is purely Sam Brothers. His songs reflect the truths that his single-minded lifestyle and tough choices have delivered. Rooted in the raw passion of the early protest singers and touching on the beauty of the firstwave of folksters – Sam’s songs are invested with echoes of Dylan, Buckley, Drake, Van Zandt, and all the stops along the long, old, lonely road that those illustrious names illuminate.'
Friday 19 October

Gadarene
Ashburton Town Hall, North St, Ashburton TQ13 7QQ
8.00pm
Advance tickets £10.00/£8.00 concessions. For tickets and more information go to website
Ultra modern ancient tunes; lively innovative folk band: Nick Wyke fiddle, Matt Norman mandolin, John Dyer flute, Laurel Swift double bass, Si Paull drums.

 

Mitchell & Vincent
B-Bar, Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2NJ
9.00pm
Admission £3.00
Telephone 01752 242021 or visit website or FaceBook for more information
The Westcountry duo’s fiddle and guitar playing has been described by Acoustic magazine as “Stunning”, while Bright Young Folk praised their music for "Providing skilled arrangements and expert delivery of tunes and songs which showcase the vibrancy, and variety, of folk music across Britain. A thoroughly engaging and enjoyable experience.”

 

FOS Brothers
Dartmouth Inn, 28 Warland, Totnes TQ9 5EL
8.00pm
Tickets £8.80 For more information and tickets go to website
"FOS Brothers play an intimate gig with their 4 piece band upstairs at the Dartmouth Inn. Limited tickets to provide a comfortable space for you the audience. Highly recommended to lovers of folk with a progressive world music twist. In full flow this band is phenomenal without losing touch of their folk root." Information provided by the event organiser.

The Hot Sprockets
The Beehive Arts Centre, Dowell Street, Honiton, EX14 1LZ
8.00pm
Tickets £10.00 advance/£12.50 on the door (standing) For more information and tickets and accessible seats telephone 01404 384050 or go to website
Take some good-time revolutionary spirit, add a pinch of psychedelic flavour, simmer it down with some Indie Soul and you are somewhere close to the cosmic vibe of The Hot Sprockets, five blood brothers from Dublin City, drawn together by their mutual love of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Performing live the Sprockets’ take-no-prisoners, white hot, bone-breaking approach has lit a fire in men and women of all tastes and flavours, captivating audiences with numerous successful tours across the USA, Canada, UK, and Europe and at festivals such as Camping Be Cider Seaside, Chagstock, Glastonbury, Latitude and countless others around the globe.

With two critically acclaimed albums under their belt, Honeyskippin’, and Brother Nature – the second of which shot straight into the top 10 of the National Irish Charts – the Sprockets released their third album “Dream Mover”, on April 6th 2018.

Produced and recorded by Dave “Skip” Christophers, and mixed by Charlie Russell (Jamiroquai, Kasabian, The Strypes), listeners can expect to hear an earthier soulful psychedelic side to the Sprockets. Sonically, this album marks a huge leap forward for these independent rockers!

 

Women and Power - Marion Leeper
Totnes Methodist Church, 40 -42 Fore Street, Totnes TQ9 5RP.
7.30pm.
Tickets £7.50 in advance, £9.00 on the door. For more information go to FaceBook page

A powerful storytelling show based on the Italian romance Orlando Furioso, 500 years old, but as edgy and modern as if it was written this morning. A mixture of knock-about clowning and heart-breaking tragedy, it covers subjects that were important to the court ladies of sixteenth century Ferrara: terrorism, immigration, weapons of mass destruction, and the perfect recipe for fish pie. But most of all it talks about the ways that women can wield power.

South Devon Storytellers are delighted to welcome Marion Leeper to Totnes for our October show. Marion has been telling stories in and around Cambridge for many years, in local schools, museums and libraries. She has also toured her stories for grown-ups around clubs in the UK and the US. She delights in weaving subtle and intricate pieces shot through with unexpected humour – stories to make you laugh and cry. A longtime member of Cambridge Storytellers, she writes books and articles about storytelling in education.

3 Daft Monkeys
The Barrel House, 59a High Street, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5PB
Doors 8.00pm
Tickets: £14.00+ advance, £15.00 on the door. Booking office 01803 863000 - more information and tickets on website

With Celtic and eastern influences, the 3 Daft Monkeys’ dynamic style of world folk music reflects the global village in which we now live. Their infectious dancing rhythms lead you through a musical journey of the senses and emotions, and will leave you breathless, enthralled and exhilarated.

After experiencing the band’s notoriously energetic live performance at Glastonbury Festival last summer, Mark Radcliffe declared them as one of his “Highlights of the Festival” on BBC TV coverage, and subsequently invited them to play a session on his BBC Radio 2 Folk Show. The band have also performed a live session with Whispering Bob Harris on Radio 2.

The band have just released a brand new album in April 2017, following a highly successful crowdfunding campaign. The title track “Year of the Clown” is a social and whimsical comment on the strange and disturbing times we find ourselves in, where the ‘elected principles’ in the world circus appear to be the fools.

With their quirky and original approach to music, and their passion, intensity and sheer joy of life, 3 Daft Monkeys have gained themselves a large and loyal cult following. Their music is hard to pigeon-hole, mixing and crossing many musical genres from Celtic, Klezmer, Gypsy, Balkan, Latin, Ska, Dub Reggae, Indie, Rock and even a hint of Shostakovich. 3 Daft Monkeys have always maintained an independent and cottage-industry approach to their musical career, and have gained a huge following whilst ploughing their own furrow through the music business, gaining momentum through their live performances and intensive European touring schedule.

With a brand new 4-piece line-up, the band weave enchanting melodies with catchy choruses, virtuoso vibrant fiddle, rhythmic 12-string guitar, 6-string bass, bespoke hand-percussion and 4-part vocal harmonies. Fascinating lyrics of personal and whimsical observations on life, and folk tales both ancient and modern, are told within the swirling layers of their music, all with the essential catchy sing-along chorus.

The band’s diversity is reflected in the acts for whom they have been invited as special guests, including touring across the UK and Europe with the Levellers, and opening for bands such as Hawkwind, Bellowhead, Show of Hands and Dreadzone, as well as headlining their own national tours.

3 Daft Monkeys have played at a huge number and variety of festivals in the UK, including Fairport Convention’s Cropredy, Beautiful Days, Trowbridge Village Pump, Towersey Folk Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival and Boomtown Fair. Their eclectic mix of styles has drawn them a following right across Europe, and the band have headlined festivals in Holland, Germany and France. 3 Daft Monkeys have also recently joined acrobats and circus performers in the new and vibrant boutique “busking festival” scenes of Switzerland and Italy.

3DM is the perfect band to engage with this mythic landscape, themselves icons of the underground counter culture of the last decade.

Kirsty Merryn
The Plough@StAnne's, Paternoster Row, Barnstaple EX31 1SX
8.00pm
Tickets Full £12.00 - Supporter £10.00. To reserve tickets telephone the Box Office on 01805 624624. To purchase tickets and more information visit website

Kirsty Merryn is one of the most arresting and unconventional young singer songwriters on the UK folk roots scene, with a style uniquely her own.  Kirsty launched her debut album 'She & I' in November 2017 whilst supporting folk super band 'Show of Hands' on their extensive UK Cathedrals tour in 2017.  Since then, her album has gone on to receive national reviews and airplay, as well a various awards.

Saturday 20 October

The Leisure Society
St Peter & St Paul Church, Broadhempston, nr Totnes TQ9 6BN
7.30pm
Tickets £13.00 telephone Anna on 01803 812426 or email
The 6-piece folk influenced rock band enjoys a loyal following. This promises to be an exceptional and intimate performance as part of their UK tour. In receipt of two consecutive Ivor Novello nominations the band enjoys endorsements of everyone from Guy Garvey to Brain Eno. Now putting the finishing touches to their long awaited fifth album, expect to hear brand new Nick Hemming masterpieces. “Warm, colourful, literate songs that reach into the heart and head” (The Independent).

Moscow Drug Club
Ashburton Arts Centre, West Street, Ashburton TQ13 7DT
7.30pm
Moscow Drug Club Is a curious musical place where certain elements of 1930’s Berlin Cabaret, Hot Club de France, Nuevo Tango & Gypsy Campfire meet, have a few to drink and stagger arm in arm into the darkness of some eastern European cobbled street on a mission to find the bar where Django Reinhardt & Tom Waits are having an after hours jam with the local Tziganes. Combining their original material with songs by the likes of Jaques Brel, Leornard Cohen, Tom Waits & Bertolt Brecht, Moscow Drug Club provide an intoxicating & intimate musical experience.

Alex Hart Band
B-Bar, Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2NJ
9.00pm
Admission £3.00
Telephone 01752 242021 or visit website or FaceBook for more information
23 year old Alex Hart released her first album in 2014 and has just finished her UK Tour with her band. Alex performs all over the country with her Taylor guitar and her west country - country sound and is picking up rave reviews across the country with regular air play from Radio 2 and national BBC radio shows. She was lucky enough to have supported Turin Brakes at the Lyme Regis Folk Festival where she managed to pick up two record deals.

 

Roots Night: FOS Brothers - Spin 2
Bradninch Guildhall, Fore Street, EX5 4NN
7.30pm
£8.80 Go to website for more information and tickets
2 of the West Country's best Roots/Folk/crossover bands share the stage at the beautiful Guildhall in Bradninch. FOS Brothers: Growing up in Belfast in the 70’s the FOS brothers fuse an eclectic mix of their own original songs with traditional Irish sensibilities flavoured liberally with Floydian/Genesis/Horslipian spices. Their mix of drums, percussion loops and samples, soaring guitars and bass delight festival and venue audiences and that’s before they start singing! Bucolic folk has a psychedelic head-fit. Spin 2: Spin 2 ‘lite’ are Ali Jones on fiddle, Chris Rudd on bouzouki, guitar and voice and Jamie Jones Rudd on mandolin, guitar and voice. They perform tunes and songs written with flavours of folk, bossa, eastern, jazz.

Lvov Affair/Amber Fire Ceilidh Band
Shaugh Prior Apple Day, Shaugh Recreation Hall, PL7 5HG
Activities during the day in and around the Hall. Bring your own apples for pressing. Free entrance. Various events and music throughout the afternoon, including music from Lvov Affair. Lvov in the Ukraine is where accordionist Basil Bunelik lived and learned his music. A town where Russians, Ukrainians, Poles, Moldavians, Romanians, Jews and Gypsies mingled over the centuries, their music has been absorbed by Basil and now with Lisa Rowe on fiddle and Dmitry Babichev on guitar and vocals they are captivating audiences in Devon. 

Amber Fire Ceilidh Band with Chris Jewell calling (and fiddling) playing for the evening barn dance.
Doors 7.00pm.
Tickets £10.00, including pasty supper. Email David Compton 

World Unlimited - Double Bill: Kadia & Said The Maiden
St Mary's Parish Church, Kingskerswell TQ12 5LD
Doors 7.00pm
Tickets £10.00+ advance from WeGotTickets Go to website for more information, telephone 01803 875527 or email
Both Said the Maiden and Kadia have gathered strong followings through with their interpretations of traditional material and  original writing, blending three part harmonies and unique instrumental arrangements within their respective trios.

Since a chance collaboration at an icy Wassail, the two bands have been eager to come together to pour their six voices and small orchestra of instruments into a joint project. Finally the moment has arrived, and alongside songs showcasing the strengths of the two trios individually, they have developed a series of arrangements specially for this ensemble.

Duelling guitars, mandolins, flute and cello all come together to provide a shimmering backdrop for the rich harmony of six singers. Featuring songs with a wintry flavour, this tour is the perfect way to greet the long frosty nights.

 

World Unlimited is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation. Telephone 01803 875527 or email
Originally based in Birmingham, WU now regularly promotes concerts in South Devon. Go to website for more information

Cosgrave & Banks
Holcombe Burnell Church, Longdown, near Exeter, EX6 7RZ
7.30pm.
Tickets, including wine and cheese, £10.00 from Jane telephone 01392 811246 and Sue 01392 811816. A Villages in Action Event.
There will be a bar.

We are delighted to be having a return visit from Mike and Steve, bringing their captivating smorgasbord of European folk music, together with their light hearted banter, to our beautiful church. It was an evening to remember last time, with candles giving adding to a very special atmosphere, and the church packed with enthusiastic music lovers. If you haven’t heard this wonderful duo yet, come! You won’t be disappointed. Cosgrave & Banks 

 

Maddy and the Chaps
The Bowling Green, 29-30 Blackboy Road, Exeter EX4 6ST
9.00pm

An eclectic mix of folk/country/Celtic acoustic music on guitars, ukelele, banjolele, banjo, acoustic bass, accordion, mandolin and bits and pieces of percussion. All five of band sing, allowing a range of singing styles and harmonies. Think Beatles and Mumford and Sons, John Denver and REM, Dolly Parton and Vance Joy, The Pogues and Buddy Holly.

Autumn Céilidh with Half Moon Ceilidh Band - South Brent - With caller Anne Gill, Andy Clarke (guitar, bouzouki) and Steve Gill (melodeons).
7.30pm (doors open 7.00pm)
Tickets £8.00 on the door or from artworks. For more information contact Eileen on 01364 73699 or email
All welcome - Reel Ale bar and nibbles available. Visit website
DANCE - Willand Folk Dance Club - Jake Wood - English Contra Dance Band 
Willand Village Hall, Gables Road, Willand, Cullompton, Devon EX15 2PL
8.00pm
Admission £8.00 - bring and share supper - raffle. For more information please telephone Marilyn Broom 01404 47200 or Zena Roberts 01884 253546 - or visit website