Range of folk events planned
Troubadour Central Coast folk club will hold a range of events, including blackboard concerts and sessions, a Patonga campout and a performance at Peninsula Theatre, over coming months.
A blackboard concert and session will be held on February 11 at the CWA Hall in Woy Woy.
The theme for February will be "A Song for Billy Rea".
"Sing a song or poem that Billy would have liked, sung, or a song or poem about Billy," publicity officer Ms Leila Desborough said.
"This would cover most acoustic music."
The concert will start at 3pm and all are welcome to the event.
Entry is $5 and tea, coffee and afternoon tea are provided.
A Patonga campout and musical session will be held on March 17 and 18 at Patonga.
Ms Desborough said the campout and session would be a repeat of last year's event which was "a wonderful weekend with lots of music and fun for everyone".
"Please let us know if you would be interested by emailing email@example.com."
The Wheeze and Suck Band will be performing at the Peninsula Theatre on Saturday, March 31, at 7.30pm.
"The Wheeze and Suck Band entertain with their traditional English themed performance," Ms Desborough said.
"These costumed 'mad hatters' sing rousing songs and soulful ballads in exquisite four-part harmony and play high energy instrumentals and dance tunes which often lead to audience participation and revelry.
"Accompanying the band will be a special display of English Morris dancing."
Tickets are on sale at Peninsula Music at Woy Woy or from the Troubadour by phoning 4341 4060 or 0417 456 929.
Tickets are $25 for general admission or $20 concession.
Another blackboard concert and session will be held on April 15 at the CWA Hall in Woy Woy.
The theme is yet to be advised.
"Come along and listen or sign up to perform," Ms Desborough said.
Entry to the event is $5.
For more information on either of the blackboard events, contact 4342 9099.
Press release, 16 Jan 2007
Leila Desborough, Troubadour Central Coast