Radventures

Andy-CuttingWolfscote Band

RadVentures hosts world-class musician Andy Cutting and The Wolfscote band

Andy Cutting, world class musician who has played with Sting and Chumbawumba, joins four piece band Wolfscote for Radventures’ first gig of 2015.

The event will raise the spirits and get toes tapping with the ticket-buying public at Grange Hall, Radcliffe on Trent on Friday 24th April, 7.30pm.

The event is cabaret style; audiences bring their own drinks and nibbles.

Both the band and Cutting, a virtuoso on Melodeon and accordion are on national tour.  Radcliffe is on their circuit this year courtesy of the National Rural Touring Scheme. The scheme, titled Village Ventures locally, brings top-class entertainers to out of city centre community venues., with much cheaper tickets as a result.

Andy Cutting’s music weaves his own compositions with new and classically influenced melodies from Central France and Eastern Europe. He is known as a player of great warmth and a witty rapport with both audience and fellow players.

Wolfscote blend terrific voices, rich harmonies and powerful acoustic arrangements to guarantee an exceptional performance.

RadVentures hosted event:

 Friday 24th April 2015 at 7.30pm

Grange Hall, Radcliffe on Trent

Tickets £8 from RadVentures direct.  Tel (0115) 933 4115

or Pen to Paper, Main Rd, R-on-T (shop hours)

 More info on event: Lindah Kiddey

Tel: (0115) 911 8625

RadVentures is sponsored by Arts Council England, Notts.CC &  Rushcliffe BC.

Annual Art Exhibition at the Grange Hall, Radcliffe on Trent

Bingham and District Rotary Club

Annual Art Exhibition at the Grange Hall, Radcliffe on Trent.

April 4th and 5th 2015

The Bingham and District Rotary Club will be holding its annual art exhibition during the Saturday and Sunday of the Easter Bank Holiday. The Exhibition is well known locally for its wide participation of local artists and the high quality of the paintings shown. Opening times are :-

Saturday  10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sunday  10:00 am to 4:00 pm

All paintings are for sale at prices fixed by the artists.

Refreshments will be available, provided by the Inner Wheel club of Bingham and District.

Anyone wishing to exhibit can find the details on the Clubs web site at www.binghamrotaryclub.org.uk