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Red Lion Blues Club

First Sunday in the month
Hosted by
Blues Band ‘Safety in Numbers’

Musicians and music lovers welcome


Beer Festival

 Friday 29th September - Sunday 1st October 2017

More Real Ales than you can shake a tankard at
plus Real Ciders and odd lagers, with LIVE MUSIC and home cooked food all weekend,
plus Family Fun Day Sunday

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Beer Festival

‘ONLY FOOLS and 3 COURSES’

Friday 2nd June

An irreverent homage to the great TV sit-com.

Spend an evening with Del Boy, Rodney and Uncle Albert
and sit back while some of their epic antics interrupt an otherwise perfectly good meal. Bookings advised!

£22.50 per person (£2.00 goes straight to charity)

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Can’t Remember November - Friday Night Specials

     3rd  Casino & Cocktail Night

    10th Bu Bounce - SKA band

    17th Big Quiz - for Children in Need

   24th the Bent Back Tulips - quality classic covers

Friday 24th November

A welcome return of ‘Bent Back Tulips’

Completely NOT what you’d expect if you’ve never seen them before! Brilliant cover versions of  all the best music of the last few decades.

Dance and sing the night away!!

Sunday, 17th December from 8:00pm

Beer &Carols

Come and join us for a few beers (other drinks are available!) and a few Christmas Carols, as we ease our way through advent. Most of the songs you will know, but we’ll give you Carol Sheets anyway.

No previous experience necessary!

There will be mince pies and sausage rolls afterwards if we sing loud enough and drink enough beer.


And if you’re able to stay awake till midnight, we’ll be off down the road for the eccentrically traditional

Broughton Tin Can Band

Bring whatever you can to make a noise - pans, drums, trumpets or dustbin lids,

And help us ward off evil spirits before Christmas, and keep an village tradition alive.

The nigh-time walk around the village starts from St. Andrew’s church at midnight.