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Trio Threlfall Now to appear in 2018. The club apologises for an organisational error. Jane & Amanda Threlfall, working with musician Roger Edwards, are universally acknowledged as natural ambassadors for English traditional song. Their approach is endearingly self-effacing and commentators highlight the sisters' consummate ability to reinterpret songs from the English lexicon with freshness and vitality. As testament to the effectiveness of their interaction with audiences they have been described thus: 'While many of their firmly traditional English songs tell sad and melancholy stories, they are such warm and engaging performers that the overall sensation is simply uplifting'. Their easy and relaxed style belies the enormous respect they share for the traditional material which makes up their repertoire and it's only through the level and quality of their performance that it suddenly becomes wonderfully apparent.
Tickets ordered on-line can be paid for by PayPal or credit/debit cards. If you don’t have a PayPal account use the ‘Check Out’ button rather than the ‘Check Out with PayPal’ button. Once ordered, tickets will be available for collection on the night. You may wish to print out the online receipt as proof of purchase but this is not necessary to gain entry to the event.
Trio Threlfall Postponed to 2018 The club apologises for an organisational error.
Jane & Amanda Threlfall, working with musician Roger Edwards, are universally acknowledged as natural ambassadors for English traditional song. Their approach is endearingly self- effacing and commentators highlight the sisters' consummate ability to reinterpret songs from the English lexicon with freshness and vitality. As testament to the effectiveness of their interaction with audiences they have been described thus: 'While many of their firmly traditional English songs tell sad and melancholy stories, they are such warm and engaging performers that the overall sensation is simply uplifting'. Their easy and relaxed style belies the enormous respect they share for the traditional material which makes up their repertoire and it's only through the level and quality of their performance that it suddenly becomes wonderfully apparent.
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