Saturday 22nd December 2018, 8pm in Keevil village hall
Another tremendous evening’s entertainment by the Feastie Boys to a jam-packed audience! Gallery of a few photographs taken on the night by Sarah Dow – click on any image to see it full size and scroll through…
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The TWO WISE MEN tour comes to Keevil so if you missed them in May, make sure you catch them this time around! Local resident Paul Hutchinson’s duo Belshazzar’s Feast are on tour with their celebrated Christmas show that mixes traditional folk music, seasonal material, stirring in classical, pop and music hall, all topped off with audience participation and lashings of wry humour.
Paul Sartin (of Bellowhead and Faustus) and Paul Hutchinson (of Pagoda, Project, Hoover the Dog) together stun audiences across the UK, USA and Australia with their eclectic and eccentric mix of tunes and between songs chat that always sends audiences home with smiles on their faces.
Book early to make sure you don’t miss this fabulous Christmas treat! Tickets £15 each from the Box Office on 01380 870765
Friday 11th May 2018, 8pm in Keevil Village Hall
After their recent triumph at the Australia National Folk Festival in Canberra in April, Belshazzar’s Feast appear at Keevil Village Hall as part of their nationwide tour.
This is especially welcome news for one half of the duo Paul Hutchinson, because he is a Keevil resident. ‘The round trip of 22,000 miles to Australia was a little daunting, whereas I think I can walk to this one’ he said none too confidently.
If you haven’t witnessed Belshazzar’s Feast before, beware! They are very slightly subversive, treating folk music with the respect it deserves whilst throwing in snippets of classical music and humour. They seem to be becoming regulars on Radio 2. After baffling Clare Balding on her Christmas Day show in 2016, they were invited guests on The Chris Evans show celebrating St George’s Day this year.
Doors open at 7.30 and you will be relieved to hear that there will be wine, beer and soft drinks available in the interval.
‘Duo known for their sense of humour as well as their impressive musicianship’ – The Guardian
As heard but not seen with Clare Balding on BBC Radio 2, and on BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Time’