Category Archives: Festivals

Break a Leg! at Diversity Fest 8 October

Great to be back at Haggler’s Corner for another great event thanks to the indefatigable Trevor Tomlin. We’ll be on mid afternoon on the upstairs stage (we think that’s promotion). Lots of very diverse performances on three stages all day.

More information on the Diversity Fest Facebook page

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First of the Summer Wine?

Holmfirth.pngThis weekend we are off to Holmfirth

It’s a great event, a full weekend of live music and most of it free. We’ll be playing twice starting at 11:30 pm on Friday 6th May in The Nook, and on Saturday at 5:30pm in the Gonzo Bar.

The weather looks like being lovely, warm at last, so if you want a perfect way to spend a day, an evening or the whole weekend…

Back at Sharrow Folk Festival on Saturday 16 April

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The audience last time we played at Sharrow Folk Festival, lovely people and quite a few proper musicians, including Jimi of course.

It will be another night of chaotic musical fun at Hagglers Corner. Last year’s folk music fundraising event for the annual Sharrow Festival was such a success so of course they are doing it all over again.

Only £5 for an afternoon and evening of entertainment, we’ll be playing at 10pm on the downstairs stage.

Everything you need to know here

Beat the Autumn Blues with us.

September seems a long time away but maybe you would like to plan a late summer festival not so far from Sheffield?

Whitwell

Break a Leg is playing at the Whitwell Festival of Music in Derbyshire. Here’s what it’s about:

Described by the Derbyshire Times as ‘Derbyshire’s best kept secret’, Whitwell Festival of Music is a community event in a village setting, now in its 7th year, getting bigger and better every time. Run by a small team of volunteers – Whitwell 4Ward – the festival has raised thousands of pounds for local causes. Featuring a wealth of musical talent across all genres – around 25 bands and artists over the weekend – the festival also offers a range of locally brewed real ales, ciders, value-for-money food, arts and music workshops and children’s activities. Camping is available (2 minutes walk away) but book quickly as it is very limited.

So we’d be very pleased if some of our friends came along, it looks like a brilliant event and all for charity.

All the information and tickets at the festival websiteWe will be playing at 1:30pm on the indoor stage on Saturday, in fact the opening spot for the main festival day, clearly they needed something special to get things moving.