Charity fundraiser with…
Haworth Ukulele Group
Sunday, 16th February 2020 – 2pm
Back by popular demand, the fantastic Haworth Ukulele Group return to Silsden Town this February! Great fun for all the family, expect familiar songs, lots of laughter and of course plenty of opportunity for audience participation! This event is in aid of a fantastic cause, Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice. A full bar will be available.
Tickets are now available to buy from Twiggs Newsagents Silsden, or online by clicking the button below.
A “Silsden Live” Event
RainBreakers + Sleepy Jake Segrave
Saturday, 22nd February 2020 – bar opens 6.30pm, music 7.30pm
Tickets are £15 in advance. Available on TicketSource.
Hosted by Curly Wurly Events
Modern Jive Nite
Saturday, 29th February 2020 – doors and bar from 7pm, starts 7.30pm
Come and join us for leaps of fun at the return of our popular Modern Jive Nite!
Hosted by Curly Wurly Events Ltd. Beginner’s instruction class and Freestyle dancing to DJ
Doors and Bar open from 7.00PM
Enquires: 07732 572286
A “Silsden Live” Event
Saturday, 28th March 2020 – bar from 6.30pm, music 7.30pm
Described by Jazz Journal magazine as the “piano man’s piano man” and “a national treasure”, Dale Storr is one of the UK’s leading exponents of New Orleans piano. Inspired by his parents’ record collection of early Rhythm n’ Blues and Rock n’ Roll, he immersed himself from an early age in the evocative music of legends like Dr John, James Booker, Professor Longhair, Allen Toussaint and Fats Domino, and devoted himself to learning their craft. For many years he was a highly sought-after band pianist, backing many top blues stars from the U.K. and America, before going solo in 2008 with his acclaimed ‘Sounds of New Orleans’ show.
Now a regular at major jazz festivals and jazz clubs across the UK and Europe, Dale has reached the finals of the British Blues Awards seven years in succession and won the 2015 best musical performance award at the Buxton Fringe Festival. His spellbinding show ranges from Latin and blues to boogie and classic jazz standards; from Louis Armstrong to Liberace and Rachmaninov to the Warsaw Concerto. It’s a melting pot of mind-blowing music that’s as diverse as the city that inspired it, and made more captivating by his tales of the music, architecture, food, and culture of New Orleans, not to mention the often risqué stories of his piano heroes.