Sunday, September 22, 2019

And The Next Show is...

Make a date in your diary for Sunday 13th October at the Louis Marchesi, 17 Tombland, Norwich. The Louis has always been good to us, so come and join the fun. There is room to boogie, room to smooch - and room to relax on comfy sofas in front of a roaring fire. We start at 7pm, so don't be late. And sit up straight.

Monday, September 2, 2019

Attleborough - Booking ends Today!

Greetings Pop Pickers! Our next show, at 8pm on the 21st September at Attleborough Town Hall, (Queens Square, Attleborough, Norfolk, NR17 2AF) will be a bit extra special. 

That's because it's part of Attleborough's Heritage Open Day. Attendance is free but you must book in advance. You can do this by sending an email to Attleborough Town Council or phoning 01953 456194. There might be some tickets left - so get in there right away! Over-18's only. 

*** IMPORTANT *** you must book this through Attleborough Town Council. Please do not ask members of the band as we are unable to issue tickets for this event ourselves. Not arf!

Sunday, August 25, 2019

And The Next Show Is...

... at our old stamping ground, the Louis Marchesi in Tombland in the heart of historic Norwich, just opposite the famous Maid's Head Hotel, which has been a hostelrye in continuous use since they had public beheadings (though not in the saloon bar). Doctor G is off on his holidays so Dan Earp will be toting his organ on the night. Come and give him a rousing D. C. cheer! Sunday 1 September 7-10pm.

Friday, August 16, 2019

Glug at the Gull

The Gull Inn at Framingham Pigot, just south of Norwich, is putting on its Beer and Music Festival between 19th and 25th August. We'll be there, naturally, at 8.30pm on Saturday 24th. The same day as the Gull's charity bungee jump. The two events are not connected. Not unless they use Nick's braces.

Monday, August 5, 2019

If You Want To Get Ahead...

... get a hat! Now we have a bit of a breather before our next show (18 August at the Gemini in Dereham, 3pm, don't be late) we thought we'd allow an advert from the supplier of the band's hats. We get our hats from City Hats of Norwich, located in the front row on the right in Norwich's historic marketplace. Whether you favour a fedora, are happy with a homburg, would parade in a panama, look sexy in a sombrero or just tote a trilby, City Hats has the headwear for you. City Hats also supplies belts and braces, so your trousers won't fall down while you are admiring your new hat. You're welcome.