Listings

   JULY  
       
FRIDAY 6th THEATRE @ THE TROUT 7.30pm
and D.A. PRODUCTIONS and ACT IV THEATRE COMPANY  
SATURDAY 7th Invite you to join the audience for two radio comedy shows.  
    ALBERT AND THE CO-OPTIMISTS by Dave Headey- Featuring the monologues of Stanley Holloway and George Marriott Edgar.  
    ROUND THE HORNE by Barry Took and Marty Feldmen- A complete episode of the classic 1960's series.  
    Special menu available 5.30pm-6.45pm and after the show.  
       
SUNDAY 8th FRETLESS and FRIENDS 8.00pm
    Here to play some jazz standards.  
       
TUESDAY 10th CLIFF CROSS and FRIENDS 8.00pm
    The fabulous Cliff entertains with some piano jazz.  
       
 FRIDAY 13th  RIVERFOLK in the CREEL BAR  8.00pm 
    Everybody's welcome... to join in or just listen. £2.00 entry.  
       
SATURDAY 14th THE UKEY D'UKES 8.00pm
    The world famous ukulele band from Ashton Keynes, are back after playing at TroutFest last month.  
       
SUNDAY 15th JAZZ JAM 8.00pm
    Bring yourselves, instruments, voices and your family and friends to this wonderful night of jamming.  
     Sorry Jazz Jam has been cancelled due to unforseen circumstances.  
       
SATURDAY 21st ROCKERS REUNITED 8.00pm
    60's Rock, Pop and Soul music.  
       
SUNDAY 22nd OUR OWN SONGS OF PRAISE 6.00pm
    In the garden with the Salvation Army Band.  
       
SUNDAY 22nd ROD KELLY TRIO 8.00pm
    This excellent trio are here to play some cool jazz.  
       
TUESDAY 24th CLIFF CROSS and MIKE WILKINS 8.00pm
    The fabulous Cliff on piano and Mike on sax are here to entertain you with some jazz.  
       
FRIDAY 27th RIVERFOLK in the CREEL BAR 8.00pm
    Everybody's welcome... to join in or just listen. £2.00 entry.  
       
SATURDAY 28th RIVERFOLK FESTIVAL FROM
and   The fabulous local artistes and singers from the Riverfolk club, are here to entertain at their Annual festival of all things 'Folk-y'. 12.00 
SUNDAY 29th Free entry. Stalls and barbeque available on each afternoon. NOON 
       
TUESDAY 31st DANZON 8.00pm
    'Exploding' Dave Prosser and his band of merry Jazz men