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Mothering Sunday – 26 March

Posted by on Mar 14, 2017 in Arts and Events, Worship | 0 comments

Mothering Sunday – 26 March

Half way through Lent – time to celebrate Mothers and Mothering! Parish Eucharist, 10am with daffodils.

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HOLLY MACVE, Thursday 6 April, 2017, 7.30pm

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 in Music | Comments Off on HOLLY MACVE, Thursday 6 April, 2017, 7.30pm

HOLLY MACVE, Thursday 6 April, 2017, 7.30pm

Bella Union have recently signed the exciting talent of Holly Macve. Boss Simon Raymonde says “Little is known of Holly other than she is a 21 year old from Yorkshire who appeared out of nowhere in Brighton late last year. I had a tip-off to go to a basement bar where she was playing. In a room full of beery boys chatting across all the music beforehand, the minute Holly opened her mouth the room fell silent. Hers is a rare gift.” A heavenly voice couched in spellbinding country & western ballads, with a devastating emotional delivery: Holly Macve is a fantastic addition to the Bella...

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YORKSTON, THORNE, KHAN – Tuesday 4 April, 7.30pm

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YORKSTON, THORNE, KHAN – Tuesday 4 April, 7.30pm

Yorkston Thorne Khan is an experimental collaborative group that includes James Yorkston one of the most “influential singer/songwriters on the Scottish folk scene”, Suhail Yusuf Khan, award winning sarangi player and classical singer from Calcutta, and Jon Thorne, best known as jazz double bass player with electro outfit Lamb. The trio met by chance – In 2013 Suhail arrived at a festival in Edinburgh and met James tuning up backstage. They got talking about music and decided to play that evening’s show together, despite having no rehearsal or real knowledge of each others...

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STEVE GUNN, Monday 3 April, 7.30pm “People have written about roads for as long as they’ve been around. And before there were roads, they still wrote about travel and about landscape. Landscape is the stage upon which our greatest experiences and desires play out. Steve Gunn’s music has always embraced expanse and movement. It springs from the simple and profound relationship between humans and their environment. Eyes On The Lines is his most explicit ode to the blissful uncertainty of adventure yet. Gunn’s roots in the underground run deep, from his days in GHQ to his...

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TROPIC OF CANCER, Tuesday 28 February, 8pm

Posted by on Feb 23, 2017 in Arts and Events, Live Performance | Comments Off on TROPIC OF CANCER, Tuesday 28 February, 8pm

TROPIC OF CANCER, Tuesday 28 February, 8pm

“Tropic of Cancer deal with a romanticism that’s curdled into a profound and unending depression, with no manic upswings in sight to relieve the darkness. It’s all the better for being so uncompromisingly bleak. Sometimes you just need to indulge your darkest, most pessimistic tendencies and Tropic of Cancer’s music offers a perfect outlet for doing so.” Quietus Review Support: Thomas Ragsdale Tickets £12...

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