Some good news at last. We’re now allowed to give you some live music again. Hurrah!
There are still some restrictions – it’s table service outside and everyone must be seated. But come on down and give your ears a treat.
Audiences everywhere, rave over the harmonies of Kimber’s Men. They have appeared at Festivals in Ostende, Appingedam, Portmagee, Portsoy, Fano in Denmark, and all over the UK. Featured twice on Sunday brunch for Channel 4 ,they also starred in the BBC2 and BBC4 production of Sea Songs, with Gareth Malone.
Becky will be hosting an acoustic jam session. Bring an instrument and play, or just bring your ears and enjoy! To celebrate Yorkshire Day, Sowerby Bridge Morris Side will be doing some dances from 2.30.
Jim and Andy Tragic (otherwise known as the Tragettes) are most delighted to be playing the Puzzle once again.
Tom Hingley is the former singer, songwriter and front man of seminal Madchester band Inspiral Carpets. Since leaving the band he has found a new audience for his burgeoning solo career. Come down early for this one to make sure of securing a table.
If you’re one of those people who just loves christmas –
You can see Ghostschool wassailing and playing a selection of traditional Christmas songs here.