1. Blue Coconut
Club: Jimmy Lee & The Edge Of Chaos Orchestra Sept 7th. SUSSEX
2. Electric Voices: Home Service in Concert. Sept 28th. SURREY
3. "Irish Tunes Session" at Royal Oak ,Pett, Wed. 12th September.
4. The Big Green Cardigan 7th - 9th September. SUSSEX
Date: 25 August 2012 08:09:59 GMT+01:00
Subject: Blue Coconut Club What's On
Blakewood?s Blue Coconut Club
Friday 7th September at 8pm
Jimmy Lee & The Edge Of
Melanie Wells (cello) Jon Wigg (fiddle, banjo, mandolin) Clare Nicholas
(accordion) Neil North (drums)
Darren Reynolds (double Bass)
?7-50 including Bread?n cheese?n chips at half time!
New Album ?The Runaway? for sale in the club for only ?5
Blakewood is 1 mile down Blackgate Lane on the right, 1 mile north of
Pulborough off the A29
RH20 1DD 07771 966435
Thank you ...... Jimmy
Home Service in Concert
The Maltings, Bridge Square, Farnham. GU9 7SZ
Briefly during the 1980s the finest rock?n'folk ensemble in the known
universe were the mighty Home Service. All those who attended their
performances fondly remember the power and the glory of this majestic band in
full flight. The release of an old live recording in 2011 inspired the band
to reform - to enormous critical acclaim and the 2012 BBC Radio 2 "Live
Band" award. They have lost none of their power not their majesty.
From: Chris Hamblin
Date: 3 September 2012 15:23:37 GMT+01:00
Subject: 003 "Irish Tunes Session" at Royal Oak ,Pett, Wednesday
12th September 8.00pm
The next ("2nd-Wednesday-of-the-month" ) Irish Tunes Session at
Royal Oak, Pett www.theroyaloakpett.com
is on Wednesday 12th
September 2012 from 8.00pm
This is an open gathering of musicians sharing in the extensive repertory of
Irish session tunes.
Instrumentalists who have some knowledge of Irish tunes are welcome to join
in, anyone is welcome to come along, sit down, have a drink and listen.
LOOKING AHEAD I shall be playing...
Friday 28th September
"last-Friday-of-the-month" Irish Tunes session at Royal Oak,
Whatlington from 8.00pm
From: Mick Hoad
Date: 4 September 2012 12:35:20 GMT+01:00
Subject: The Big Green Cardigan
The Big Green Cardigan
Cripps Corner, East Sussex
The 2nd Big Green Cardigan festival kicks off this Friday - and if you are
looking to chill out and while away the end of summer days and evenings, this
is just the place. The Big Green Cardigan policy and philosophy is intimate,
chilled, relaxed and not big and brash, with the full festival experience
just down the road. From early morning yoga to an all-night caf? and a wine
bar, supplied by Sedlescombe Vineyard
There will be lots of music, no distinctive style, the theme is 'there is no
theme' on our 2 stages which includes blues to Americana to jazz. So what?s
on? Roachford whose top 10 hits include ?Cuddly Toy? and ?Family man? and
this year has gigs across Europe and has visited the Isle of Wight Festival.
Achanak, the pioneers of new wave bhangra. They have played all the
major festivals worldwide including Glastonbury, Womad and not least, 5 times
at our own Black Horse Festival. If you've seen them before you know what's
coming, if you haven't don?t miss it! There is a touch of medieval rock with
Circulus, the uncategoriseable Randolph Matthews and a bit of late night
Jazz. Throw in a plethora of local acts including 'Expandis', Roger Hubbard,
Otti, Anita Jardine, Sam Calver and Zoe Konez to name but a few.
Full line-up and times available at www.biggreencardigan.co.uk
Whether it is your end of festival season festival or you have never been to
a festival, The Big Green Cardigan is a perfect way to conclude your summer
diary before the winter sets in. Be brave and experience talented artists
playing original music.
Please note, due to our strict limited numbers, we are not in a position to
There is no entertainment aimed at or specifically for children.
Tickets start from ?15, with a weekend ticket which includes camping just ?60
are available from www.biggreencardigan.co.uk
or Hastings Information Centre and The Kings Head, Battle. For more