Jim Causley - A Causley Christmas Join Jim in celebrating the Christmas season as he entertains you with lesser known West Country carols, medieval and secular carols from around the British Isles, his own settings of moving Christmas poems by his relative, the late Cornish poet Charles Causley as well a gurt dollop of festive fun with songs of over-indulgence and even a spot of panto too! If you are feeling a little dismayed with the over-commercialisation of "Christmas present" then join Jim for a journey through Christmas past that will be guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit!

11th Dec 2021, 8.00pm (Doors 7.30pm)
LOCATION: Wiveliscombe Community Centre, West Street, TA4 2JP
£12/10 concessions

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Will Pound - A Day Will Come Acclaimed harmonica and melodeon player Will Pound is embarking on a musical journey across the states of the European Union, to discover and unveil the diversity and common ground of their traditional music and song. From the lively Swedish polska to the upbeat Italian tarantella, the lilt of the Irish jig, to buoyant French bourées, relentless rachenistas from Bulgaria and the rip-roaring Spanish jota – these tunes have travelled, evolved and merged as Europeans have enjoyed freedom of movement and expression, a shining example of the strength and joy in unity.

Together with Polish poet, Bohdan Piasecki, and a live band featuring Jenn Butterworth (Songs of Separation, Kinnaris Quintet), multi-instrumentalist Jude Rees (Jim Moray, RSC, Pilgrims Way), bass player and beatboxer John Parker (Nizlopi) and fiddle player Patsy Reid (Breabach), join Will and be uplifted by the joyous sounds of the traditions of a continent and hear the stories and hopes of those affected by the politics of division.

An accompanying album featuring this new ensemble, alongside a host of guest musicians, will be released in May 2020.

About Will Pound:
Three-times Nominated BBC Radio 2 'Folk Musician of the Year'
Spiral Earth Magazine 'Musician of the Year' 2015
FATEA Magazine 'Instrumentalist of the Year' 2011, 2014

A flat out genius harmonica player Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2 One of the most outstanding instrumentalists in the country today BBC Radio Scotland

About Bohdan Piaseck
Bohdan is able to make his audience laugh and cry within a few minutes Jenna Clake, UoBlogFest

...an authentically delivered set of pieces inspired by memories of childhood, family roots and social change in his motherland. Bohdan goes down a storm in his own right. Rina Vergano, Bristol 24/7

10th May 2022, 8.00pm (Doors 7.30pm)
LOCATION: St. Andrew's Church, Wiveliscombe, TA4 2LR
£18/£16 concessions

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