A Benefit for Save Nether Edge Trees (but tarmac huggers are very welcome)
Our friends Sharpish are a Sheffield family band who play instrumental folk music with rare delicacy. We’ve been hoping to get together with them for quite a while.
Cafe #9 is one of Sheffield’s most intimate and likeable venues, a great place to get together with your friends at any time, especially when they have live music.
Our Master of Ceremonies will be Doctor Terry Tweed, the famous tree-hugging fugitive from the law and occasional comedian.
Cafe #9 serve great coffee tea and cakes.
If that’s your plan would you please be really nice to Steve and Sara, who run the cafe and need to know roughly how many people will be coming so they can work out if they need extra staff.
So if you buy a ticket online or pick one up at the cafe, that will help them a lot. (only two quid!)
If you are thinking of coming but not absolutely sure, a brief message here in our contact box would be great.
Thanks a lot, see you there we hope.
Harland Cafe, in John Street, Sheffield, hosts some great events and they’ve asked us to perform in November.
It will be a two part gig with Chris performing the War Songs Documentary, Let us Remember Them Tonight, followed by a set from Break a Leg. Continue reading On the menu at Harland Cafe, 13 November
Wee bit of a struggle to get our version of Crazy Man Michael licked into shape and it felt like it wasn’t going to work out but that old alrightonthenight magic kicked in and the whole gig felt great. Thanks to the friends who turned up in the small but perfectly formed audience at Cafe #9. Warm appreciation for the elegant Ms Crepe Suzette.
Following our World Premiere at Strip the Willow this month we’ll be playing at Cafe No 9 in Nether Edge, Sheffield
Break a Leg! will play for the second part of the evening. (Chris will be performing his war songs set, Let us Remember Them Tonight, in the first part, starting around 7:30pm).