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* Tolmen Centre: Tolmen Centre winter/spring programme
Posted Dec 13, 2016 - 11:25 AM
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Events The Tolmen Centre is pleased to announce their music programme for early 2017, with something for everyone...

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On Thursday January 19th we welcome Graffiti Classics, a comedy quartet of classical musicians who spread musical hilarity wherever they go. Suitable for all ages.

On Thursday February 9th there is a rare chance to see two legends of British folk/blues, Ralph McTell and Wizz Jones, sharing the stage. They are touring their joint album recorded in 2016, aptly titled, 'About Time'. Don't miss!

Saturday March 11th brings virtuoso guitarist Clive Carroll with his wide-ranging show of acoustic guitar music of all genres, played with astonishing skill and feeling.

Sunday April 2nd is our last music show of the season, and a big contrast: Rackhouse Pilfer are a dynamic 6-piece Irish band who play driving folk, loosely described as Americana, but with flavours of Celtic, bluegrass, cajun and Nashville mixed in.

We hope you'll agree that this is an exciting miscellany of music and that you will find something to your taste. Our venue is a special place with a reputation far larger than its size would suggest. If you've never visited us, why not make it a New Year resolution to give us a try!

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