JUNE 2019
Entertainment Schedule

All FREE for your Entertainment in the Garden Café!

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Thursday 13th June - Carvery
David Bennett plays the piano whilst you enjoy a mid-week carvery.

Sunday 16th June - Carvery

John Sparrow plays the keyboard whilst you enjoy an end of week carvery.

Thursday 20th June

David Bennett plays the piano whilst you enjoy a mid-week carvery.

Sunday 23rd June - Carvery

John Sparrow plays old time tunes on the keyboard for your entertainment.

Tuesday 25th June
Folk in the Café

Pete Coe has been one of the best-known, popular and respected performers on the national folk scene for over four decades.

An extraordinary singer and collector of songs, musician and arranger, step dancer and stage performer - Pete is indeed a “one-man folk industry”. Add a good dose of humour and audience involvement and come along to enjoy a wonderful concert from a master of the genre.

Thursday 27th June
TEA DANCE – 2.30 - 4.30pm
Tea Dance is back this month and free entry.
Dress up and step back in time at our vintage tea dances!
Enjoy stepping on to our dance floor with your partner and let the music move your feet.


Thursday 27th June - Carvery

Enjoy John Sparrow’s keyboard tunes whilst eating a delicious carvery.

Sunday 30th June – Carvery

Our favourite Rat Pack Artist Bobby Barnes is singing live on stage.



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JULY 2019
Entertainment Schedule

All FREE for your Entertainment in the Garden Café!

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Thursday 4th July
10% OFF AFTER GARDENING TALK – 3-4pm
Join us for another Gardening talk where Peter de Buisseret will be giving a live demonstration to ensure your hard work has been worth while and how to get maximum results with minimum effort.

Sunday 7th July - Carvery

John Sparrow plays the keyboard whilst you enjoy an end of week carvery

Tuesday 9th July

Jazz in the Café
Over a career spanning more than 25 years, award winning jazz guitarist Nigel Price has become widely acknowledged as one of the hardest working musicians in the business. Nigel has played on more than 50 albums including 5 as a leader, spent ten years with acid jazz outfit The Filthy Six, was a member of James Taylor’s band for 3 years and performed with the legendary David Axelrod. 

Nigel is a regular performer at London’s Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club where he has made more than 500 appearances.  
Nigel Price (Guitar), Vasillis Xenopoulos (tenor Sax) Oz Dechaine (bass) and Bobby Worth (drums).
 
Thursday 11th July - Carvery

Sylvia Rota playing background piano music whilst you enjoy lunch
 
Thursday 11th July

TEA DANCE – 2.30 - 4.30pm
Tea Dance is back this month and free entry.
Dress up and step back in time at our vintage tea dances! Enjoy stepping on to our dance floor with your partner and let the music move your feet.
Or have yourself a cream tea and enjoy the music and atmosphere!

Sunday 14th July- Carvery

John Sparrow playing the keyboard to keep you entertained for the end of week carvery

Tuesday 16th July

Pebble Beach are back with an aim to provide you with a wide range of songs to suit any occasion, with the emphasis on fun and entertainment.  A ukulele band but also include other instruments to complement the music.

 
Thursday 18th July - Carvery

David Bennett plays the piano whilst you enjoy a mid-week carvery

Sunday 21st July – Carvery

Sylvia Rota playing background piano music whilst you enjoy lunch

Thursday 25th July

John Sparrow plays the piano whilst you enjoy a mid-week carvery
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Thursday 25th July

TEA DANCE – 2.30 - 4.30pm
Tea Dance is back this month and free entry.
Dress up and step back in time at our vintage tea dances! Enjoy stepping on to our dance floor with your partner and let the music move your feet.
Or have yourself a cream tea and enjoy the music and atmosphere!

Sunday 28th July – Carvery

Our favourite Rat Pack Artist Bobby Barnes is singing live on stage

Tuesday 30th July

Folk in the Café  
THE ASKEW SISTERS.
 Emily and Hazel Askew are both brilliant multi-instrumentalists and singers who we are delighted to welcome as our guests on Tuesday 30th July. Together they re-interpret folk songs and ballads of old, creating breathtaking arrangements that entertain the audiences of today.
“This is traditional music in a fine fresh form” The Daily Telegraph