Music Night

26th June

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The NewVic Tisbury invite you to come and enjoy the first of our new monthly events “Saturday Night at the NewVic”. A night of live music featuring three (and a bit) local groups who will each play a 30 minute set. There will be a short 5 minute comfort break between each act.

We do not have a bar but you are invited to bring your own drinks and snacks, we do respectfully ask that you take your rubbish away with you afterwards.

Cable Street

Hummingbird (joined by Gwil Knight for some songs)

Dan and Gary (AKA The Professor and Mr Jackson)

Tickets: We will seat people according to their social bubbles - up to groups of 4. Please book the number of seats per bubble to make sure you are seated together.

The NewVic has been set up to be a COVID secure venue, great care and thought has been put into cleaning and social distancing. We ask that everyone wears a face covering when not seated at their table, remain in their groups and follow the one way systems that are in place. 

Cable Street

"Cable Street came about during lock-down. The four of us got together to play acoustically in the churchyard, as there wasn’t much else to do! We soon realised that something amazing was happening, so Cable Street was born.”

 

Cable Street are: Sarah Nichols - vocals, Paul MacDonald - Vocals, Jamie Meldau- guitar and mandolin, Malcolm Simpson - guitar

Hummingbird

Folk, country & blues featuring toe-tapping melodies and ear-pleasing harmonies.”

Hummingbird will be joined on stage by Gwil on piano for a few songs.

 

Hummingbird are: Charlie Greenwood - Vocals and Liz Coyle-Camp - Vocals and guitar.

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Dan and Gary

“Dan and Gary (AKA The Professor and Mr Jackson), members of a popular Tisbury-based band, recently began performing as an acoustic duo.  Dan’s vocals are complemented by a variety of instruments, including acoustic guitar, mandolin, and slide guitar. The songs are a carefully curated selection showcasing the finest songwriting of the 20th century - but not necessarily from the mainstream.”

 

Covid-19-protocol production

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