By Anne Burrows - 29th October 2018 6:05am
Another fabulous sell-out event!
Klezmer-ish delighted our audience — who came from far and wide. Once again, we've had fantastic audience feedback which includes:
- "Excellent — best live music ever."
- "More evocative and atmospheric than a Michael Palin travelogue."
- "Brilliant Performance. Excellent venue. Well organised."
- "Great entertainment by superb musicians. Friendly, intimate venue."
- "Great to have professional performances in the rural halls."
- "Very talented & diverse."
- "Fantastic. So good live."
A very warm 'thank you' to all our supporters including Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, Audlem Parish Council, Audlem Public Hall (in particular to Geoff Stretch for all his help), AudlemOnline, Cheshire East Council and Cheshire West Council. A big 'thank you' also to the legendary Wincle Brewery for making their fantastic quality of drinks available.
We look forward to hosting our next show in the spring.
What is t.a.v.a.? A small and friendly group bringing high quality arts to Audlem. Hosting professional arts events at affordable prices. We are part of Cheshire Rural Touring Arts and are a 'not for profit' group.
Would you like to go on t.a.v.a.'s mailing list — for details about future events? If so, please contact us at: email@example.com. We never pass your details on to anyone else. www.facebook.com/tava.audlem
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