Honiton Band aims for festive notes
18:30 07 December 2012
You can get into the Christmas spirit this year and help to raise funds for ‘Friends of the Beehive’, by going along to Honiton Band’s annual Christmas Concert.
It’s being held on Saturday, December 8, at St Paul’s Church, from 7.30pm and promises to be a festive evening of music, carol singing, readings and song.
A small group from the Sheldon Singers, which frequently supports the band’s charity concerts and are always a favourite with the audiences, will be performing during the evening.
There will be a prize draw held and tickets, which will be available on the door (children under 16 free), also include a mince pie and a glass of wine, or fruit juice, if preferred.
So you can get your Christmas off to a good start and support your local community at the same time.
For further details, ring the band secretary Sharon Dibsdall, on 01404 44763.
Other Entertainment Stories
Exe Dance Exmouth has just moved to new premises. Now located in a studio space above the Baptist Church, just off the Strand Gardens, it offers a range of dance classes, including ballet, tap and musical theatre (acting, singing and dancing), with Jo and Wendy.
Tenors Un Limited – one of the world’s top classical crossover groups - is appearing in Exmouth in March.
On a bleak November day in London in 1993, singer Paul Young was pondering how to break the album/promotion/tour routine that to be honest, was becoming a little predictable after 10 years of being a solo performer. And anyway, he missed the camaraderie of just being a band member. So he called around some of his friends and members of his previous line-ups through the years to find out who would be interested in forming a loose, relaxed Tex-Mex group for some impromptu gigs.
Acclaimed crime writer Graham Hurley is giving a talk in Lympstone this week.