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Beer and Bands at Crich

Music and local cask ales make for a popular event and Beer and Bands at Crich Tramway Village on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th May will combine these elements for a great Bank Holiday.

Confirmed bands include Belper Town Wind Band and Newmount Brass playing in the Bandstand on Sunday, with Silver Sax and Sideways Music in the Learning Centre. The Red Lion pub will host Stunt Double with their mix of popular music followed by Sensible Shoes and folk group Box O’ Frogs.

Stunt Double consists of Jon Alex, a professional club and corporate entertainer for over 20 years, and Chris Firminger. Chris plays guitar in several bands including Firecracker, Dave Berry, Frank White, Julian Jones and Adrian Paris and his own Chris Firminger band. Chris has also recorded many backing songs for TV programme Pop Idol and has played guitar on the hit single ‘Walk like a Panther’ for Tony Christie and Jarvis Cocker.

On Monday, New Mills Band and Crich Brass will occupy the Bandstand, while Herding Catz and Hag Farm Conspiracy will be in the Learning Centre and Andy Martin and Friends returns to play the Red Lion Pub.

The Red Lion serves local cask ales, wines, ciders and bottled beers, while Rita’s Tearooms has a range of locally sourced pies and delicious cakes including Red Velvet, Carrot Cake, Coffee and Walnut Cake and Victoria Sponge and Bakewell Puddings.

Catering Manager, Alison Isaacs, said: “Wherever possible we use local food and drink suppliers, and this event high-lights this fact. Subject to demand, The Red Lion will stay open until 11pm on Sunday, so that people can enjoy the event into the evening.”


27 April | Amber Sound FM News

 

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