The Shed ON Tour Spring 2012 Programme Offer!





The Shed ON Tour Spring 2012 Programme offer: 3 great offers!


Don't miss out on a world class gig in your village hall!

We have managed to get some extra dates for The Shed ON Tour! The offer includes the expertise of Simon Thackray of The Shed, who will help market, sell and run your event on the night.

Simon recommends you run a bar and use 'The Shed layout' (Simon's tables and pistachios for all gigs). The Shed ON Tour gigs have been a HUGE success so far, so join the fun and get involved!

To book a gig or find out more contact Jo:

jo@ruralarts.org / 01845 526536





1. KAN Subsidised £300

Available dates: 22nd, 23rd and 25th February 2012

Brian Finnegan (flute) and Aidan O’Rourke (fiddle), front men with two of the most revered celtic folk bands ever to have thrilled the folk scene, BBC Award winning Flook and Lau, join forces with Ian Stephenson on guitar and Jim Goodwin on drums to form KAN, creating an enthralling and beautiful new sound…

www.kan-music.co.uk/






2. Mrs Boyes' Bingo Subsidised £300

Available dates: 22nd-24th March 2012

Mrs Boyes' Bingo featuring Mark Sanders is a standard game of prize Bingo with simultaneous drumming and percussion/ disruption!

Rarely do two worlds collide and create so much fun! (and yes, you win prizes!).


'You would be mad to miss such delirium' Charles Hutchinson (Yorkshire Evening Press)




3. Hank and Brad Breath in 'No Hall Too Small' Subsidised £350

Available dates: 4th, 5th and 8th April 2012

Hank ploughs into his village hall furrow in search of the smallest hall in England, bringing songs and misery from the dark underbelly of Country.

www.hankwangford.co.uk

'Hank Wangford and Brad Breath - The Shed ON Tour. Photo © Kippa Matthews 2011'



Rural Arts 01845 526536   www.ruralarts.org  The Shed  www.theshed.co.uk
The Shed ON Tour is supported by Arts Council England and through the Rural Development Programme for England which is jointly funded by Defra and the European Union, and is managed by Yorkshire Forward.

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