Third show at Wagstaffe
The Wharf at Wagstaffe is preparing for its third show on Friday, June 10, at Wagstaffe Hall after its first two successful events.
The opening night was held on Friday, April 15, and entertained 150 patrons with the next event on Friday, May 13, bringing in a similar number.
"The artists who appeared were simply blown away by the response they received and said it was a privilege to play in such an incredible environment,' said the Wharf at Wagstaffe organiser Mr Rob Payne.
"It was fabulous to see all age groups, friends and families really enjoying the music over a few drinks and nibbles.
"This facility is all about the community and offering a venue where upcoming talent can have a platform from which to perform and receive the admiration they richly deserve," he said.
Bensville artist Ms Karen Bloomfield also exhibited her art work on the opening night which attracted some excellent interest, said Mr Payne.
"A significant number of door sales swelled the numbers and some patrons had to enjoy the candle lit tables outside the hall," said Mr Payne of the second event.
Mr Payne said the calendar was fast filling for acts for the rest of the year.
"We have some stunning artists performing - some are guests who are already household names.
"This is a chance for performers to rub shoulders with some seriously good acts and be inspired to greater heights,' he said.
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