North Of The Border
15th Nov, 2013 6:11pm
Instruments tuned, shoes shined and ready for action...
Never ones to sit still for too long, we are very excited to be heading North of The Border; OK, OK, north of the Somerset border, we confess, and only way out of the South West of the country to as far as Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire & Worcestershire...but adding a little drama to our travelling tales never hurt anyone.
This weekend we are going to be at the annual conference for the Association of Festival Organisers at Eastwood Hall in Nottinghamshire so if you're attending, or you fancy popping along on Saturday night when the venue is open to non-delegates too, then please come along and introduce yourself. We would love to meet you and you never know, if you catch us at the right moment, we might even burst into a short song and dance session for you - especially if the predicted cold weather arrives and we need to keep warm. If you want to know what is going on at the AFO Conference take a look at their website: AFO Conference
We've got a busy autumn and winter planned with a couple of very welcome re-visits to the Hampshire area and a series of 4 gigs coming up in Wiltshire. Before all of those dates we hope some of you will have the time to join us for an evening at one of the following dates.
28 November, Harvington Village Hall, Worcestershire
29 November, Chinley WI Hall, Derbyshire
30 November, Castlemoreton Parish Hall, nr. Malvern
1 December, Areley Kings Village Hall, Stourport
6 December, Newton Hall, Rooksbury Hall, Newton, Hampshire
(details for times and tickets are listed under gigs and events on the website)
The 1st December at Areley Kings Village Hall is Buffalo Gals 'Stampede' gig and an amazing chance to come and see the stunning dancers who joined all of us musicians this summer to take the festival scene by storm.
If you're not familiar with Buffalo Gals Stampede yet and you want to know what won the team such high praise this summer then let the actions speak louder than the words and just click on the link and have a look at this - Stampede in action Stampede in action