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Festival Events in the Churches

22nd May 2024 @ 6:06am – by Webteam
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Some of the Festival events this year will take place in St James C of E Church and the Methodist Church.

St James Church

Audlem Voices – Saturday 25th at 5pm

From classical to pop, they sing it all, and are always looking for new and exciting pieces to add to their repertoire. The choir is led by a talented and experienced musical director, who works tirelessly to ensure that their performances are always of the highest quality.

Rode Hall Silver Band – Monday 27th at 3.30pm

Rode Hall Silver Band was formed in 1837 as a fife and drum band, changing to its current brass band format in 1886. The band today plays at many events throughout Cheshire and Staffordshire, making people smile with their fantastic warm sound and varied repertoire

Methodist Church

Loud Mouth Women – Saturday 25th at 2pm

Formed 25 years ago in Newcastle-Under-Lyme, this wonderful community all female choir have been a regular at the festival for some time, bringing songs from around the world in joyous harmony. Always enjoyed by everyone, the weekend wouldn't be the same without them

Bowden RUFC Male Voice Choir – Saturday 25th at 3.40pm

Formed in 2017, this is, we think, the only English rugby club male voice choir. A wide range of numbers, from sea shanties to lively pop covers, and the odd more serious offering, the focus is on fun from this nearly 40 member choir as they perform for the first time at the festival.

The Hank Bros – Sunday 26th at 2pm

Making their first appearance at the festival this year, this charming multi-instrumental quartet play classic American country music, covering artists such as George Strait, Hank Williams and Willie Nelson. Yeee-Haw

Sandbach Ukulele Band – Sunday 26th at 3.40pm

Festival newcomers, this 20+ strong ukulele band formed in 2016, and play music from their nearly 1,000 songbook, which might have one George Formby song in it (they won't play it though!) expect anything from AC/DC to the Cure via Lonnie Donegan, you're guaranteed a lively hour!

Nicky Phillips – Monday 27th at 2pm

Born and bred in London, Nicky Phillips felt the pull to move north, writing and sharing her open-hearted songs through intimate performances across North West England. Nicky is currently recording her second EP and continuing to work remotely with Canadian producer Joel Schwartz

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