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Harberton Village Events Diary 2018/2019
Thursday 7 to Saturday 9 February 2019 - The Pantomime! - Robin Hood
- at Harberton Parish Hall
Sunday 27th January stage build 9am and rehearsal 2pm; Saturday 2nd February 11am-5pm tech rehearsal; Sunday 3rd February 1-5pm dress rehearsal
Sold out Saturday 23 March 2019 8pm - Harberton Folk presents
Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham in concert at Harberton Parish
A rare opportunity in the South-West to catch two of the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear. Having toured together since 1986 to packed concert halls all over the world, multi-award-winning Aly & Phil continue to charm audiences with their stunning music, and on-stage charisma that defies description. Witty and humorous banter sits alongside tunes that tug the heartstrings, and joyous reels and melodies that have feet tapping along. Aly (MBE and Doctor of Music), a founder member of Boys of the Lough, is rightly regarded as Scotland's supreme fiddler- arguably the finest of all time. Aly launched the popular BBC TV series ‘Transatlantic Sessions’ in which he and Phil appear. Phil (MBE) is a world famous accordion player and composer. In recent years Phil's work-load has included many commissions for TV and film and an increasing amount of work as musical director for television and theatrical events. This is just one small video sample of their beautiful music: https://youtu.be/3gBoCBXFZzE. Tickets available now, from John and Jan, or see www.harbertonfolk.co.uk/tickets.htm.
Regular Coffee Mornings
Regular coffee mornings take place, usually approximately once per month, mostly in aid of St Andrew's Church Fabric Fund, at different houses in Harberton. These are advertised in the printed Parish News and in the Harberton Village Email Circulation.