Beoley Village Hall to hold jazz concert after months of no live music - The Redditch Standard

Beoley Village Hall to hold jazz concert after months of no live music

Redditch Editorial 27th Aug, 2020 Updated: 27th Aug, 2020   0

BEOLEY Village Hall is holding an outdoor jazz concert on September 12 after going months without live music.

The event, which has put Covid-19 measures in place, claims to have the ‘best jazz line-up in the country’.

It will start at 11am with performance ‘Lockdown Behind Barnes’ – featuring artists Nick Millward, Tom Clarke-Hill, Dave Newton and Alan Barnes.

Visitors are invited to bring their own picnic meals and seating.




There will also be a pre-booked drive-in facility, for those who would prefer to sit in their cars due to coronavirus.

Event organiser Paul Leyser said: “As this will be outside, please come prepared for British weather.


“There will be an outside bar offering a variety of drinks, including Purity UBU for the real ale connoisseurs.

“Coffee and tea will also be available, being sold in aid of the Cancer Vaccines Charitable Trust.”

All tickets must be bought in advance to comply with government guidance.

They cost £20 and the event runs until 6.30pm.

Visit here or contact 01527 66646 for more information.

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