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Archive for July 2009


County Towns tour selling fast

July 29th 2009

Concerts on the upcoming County Towns tour are selling quickly. Those already sold out include Abingdon (1st Oct), Aylesbury (2nd Oct), Warwick (7th Oct), Guildford (13th Oct), Winchester (18th Nov) and Worcester (20th Nov).


The wild rover’s return

July 15th 2009

Phil’s first gig on his return from the high seas will be a local event at The Quay Brasserie in Topsham on Wed 26th August, a special evening which features a concert and 3-course dinner combined.
News update (7th Aug) – NOW SOLD OUT


Show of Hands back at Morwellham Quay

July 14th 2009

Show of Hands with Miranda Sykes will be back at Morwellham Quay nr Tavistock on Thursday 24 September, along with special guest Flossie Malavialle. The concert will be held in the atmospheric ‘Manganese Barn’ and space is limited.
News update (7th Aug) – NOW SOLD OUT.


Abbotsbury Summer Family Concert 4th July 09

July 6th 2009

The 12th  Abbotsbury Summer Concert was blessed by fine weather and another full house. No Phil this year but an eclectic lineup put together and presented by Steve, with Martyn Joseph,  Miranda Sykes with Miles Russell, Fishermen’s Friends, Jenna and Mawkin:Causley. Our thanks go to them, our great production crew, all the folks at Abbotsbury Tourism for the loan of their back garden to play in and you, the audience, for supporting the event in such numbers again.

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