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October 3rd, 2014
Telford’s Annual Beer & Cider Festival »

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Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

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Friday October the 3rd sees the return of Telford’s October Beer, Cider and Folk festival for the fourth year running, and after last year’s success it’s going to be another three day session!  That’s right from 6pm on the Friday evening until close of business Sunday night there will be top quality beer, cider and music on offer every hour we’re open.

With over 30 regional and national real ales and ciders on offer over the course of the weekend, as well as our usual selection of national and international beers, it promises to be a fantastic weekend. Throw in a selection of the best Live Music acts from Chester and the surrounding areas, including the likes of Rusty Mahone & Friends, Tom Durkin, The Mark Henderson Band & many more and the party is already in full swing. To finish off the mix we will also be serving an extended range of snacks from the bottom bar. To further complement the fine array of drinks available, we’ll be having a BBQ on the Friday evening, a Hog Roast on the Saturday evening and another BBQ on the Sunday. We’re spoiling you!

Entry is based on our usual weekend club nights, free before 9pm and £4 on the door thereafter,and Free Entry all night for CAMRA card holders, with the event running from 6 pm on the Friday until close at 2 am, from 12 noon on Saturday again until close at 2am. We will have the bars open again Sunday from 12 noon throughout the evening so come down for our Open Mic session hosted by The Mark Henderson Band, with free entry all day.

 

Friday from 6pm, Free Entry before 9pm, £4 thereafter.

Saturday from 12 noon, Free Entry before 9pm, £4 thereafter.

Sunday from 12 noon, Free Entry all day.

LIVE MUSIC

RUSTY MAHONE – 9:15pm

TOM DURKIN – 9:50pm

THE DEPORTEES – 10:30pm

 

October 4th, 2014
Telford’s Annual Beer & Cider Festival »

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Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

Beer 1

 

Friday October the 3rd sees the return of Telford’s October Beer, Cider and Folk festival for the fourth year running, and after last year’s success it’s going to be another three day session!  That’s right from 6pm on the Friday evening until close of business Sunday night there will be top quality beer, cider and music on offer every hour we’re open.

With over 30 regional and national real ales and ciders on offer over the course of the weekend, as well as our usual selection of national and international beers, it promises to be a fantastic weekend. Throw in a selection of the best Live Music acts from Chester and the surrounding areas, including the likes of Rusty Mahone & Friends, Tom Durkin, The Mark Henderson Band & many more and the party is already in full swing. To finish off the mix we will also be serving an extended range of snacks from the bottom bar. To further complement the fine array of drinks available, we’ll be having a BBQ on the Friday evening, a Hog Roast on the Saturday evening and another BBQ on the Sunday. We’re spoiling you!

Entry is based on our usual weekend club nights, free before 9pm and £4 on the door thereafter,and Free Entry all night for CAMRA card holders, with the event running from 6 pm on the Friday until close at 2 am, from 12 noon on Saturday again until close at 2am. We will have the bars open again Sunday from 12 noon throughout the evening so come down for our Open Mic session hosted by The Mark Henderson Band, with free entry all day.

 

Friday from 6pm, Free Entry before 9pm, £4 thereafter.

Saturday from 12 noon, Free Entry before 9pm, £4 thereafter.

Sunday from 12 noon, Free Entry all day.

Live Music

Chris Fox – One Man Rock ‘n’ Roll Circus – 9:10pm

Jay & John – 9:45pm

Andy Bennett – 10:30pm

October 9th, 2014
Ian Prowse & Amsterdam »

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£10 Tickets

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Ian Prowse releases his brand new single Lest We Forget.

 The single is released on October 19th to both commemorate and mourn the 100 year anniversary of the Battle of Ypres. A battle which saw the British Army suffer losses that resulted in the decision of mass conscription for the young men of Britain.

 As with all Ian Prowse tracks it’s a song from the heart as he explains “ I wanted to release a single right in the middle of the Commemorations/Celebrations which told the truth about the First World War, and not the idea being peddled in certain circles that all those young men died for a just and worthwhile cause.”

 The single is taken from Who Loves Ya Baby, the first ever solo album by one of the UK’s finest singer/songwriters, Liverpool’s own Ian Prowse. Ian has described the song as “a real Liverpool song for a real Liverpool girl” and is about the day his baby daughter Rosalita was christened in St Nicks, the sailors’ church by the city’s Pier Head. Not exactly a religious man, Ian squared it with himself by imagining that she was being baptised in the Mersey, that and the fact that they took her straight to the Cavern afterwards for a “rock ‘n’ roll” ceremony.

 ‘I Did it For Love’ was the new single from ‘Who Loves Ya Baby’. Receiving airplay on BBC Radio 2 And BBC Radio 6 Music. Both Janice Long and Chris Hawkins instantly fell in love with the single which is an homage to the late Gil Scot Heron, the black American poet and singer who passed away in 2011. Blasting in with a killer horn riff ‘I Did it For Love’ also boasts the chorus of 2014. Vital, undeniable and straight from the heart as one of Prowse’s best ever single to date. Who Loves Ya Baby follows on from the success of The Best of Ian Prowse, a compilation of his work with the band’s Pele and Amsterdam, which was released to critical acclaim in 2012.

 

“Rousing, Inspirational” – Daily Mirror

 

“The man who gave us the classic Does this train stop on Merseyside does it again”   Elvis Costello

 

“An epic album, 9/10!”  (Ian McNabb)

 

“Passionate, engrossing, evocative” – Record Collector

Ian Prowse, often called the “Scouse Springsteen”, is best known for his work as main man with the groups, Pele (1990s) and the 7-piece group, Amsterdam (2000s). One of his most famous songs, Amsterdam’s  Does This Train Stop On Merseyside, was a huge favourite of the late DJ John Peel – he featured the song on his last ever Festive Fifty and it has been well documented that it often reduced him to tears on air. The song has gone on to be covered by many others, including Christy Moore, Miles Hunt and Ian McNabb.