• It’s Saturday night - it’s Rock & Soul, Rhythm & Blues @ The Stratford Alehouse

    If you are not familiar with Mr Kemp and his musical mastery then you are in for a real treat and even if you are - you are still in for a real treat! Simon Kemp’s Bad to the Bone will be performing good time blues, rhythm and soul at the wonderful Stratford Alehouse. This fabulous family-run ‘pub’ serves the finest real ales, cider and wine in town and is a rocking venue when it comes to live music. I have restricted the numbers due to the intimacy of the venue and there is limited seating; however don’t be put off by that and if the event is full message me and I will increase it or just turn up – you won’t be turned away although you might be dancing on the street! *PLEASE NOTE CASH BAR ONLY* For those who don’t want to venture in alone I can meet you in the Old Thatch for a quick drink from 7.30pm - and we will head over together. Cheers!

  • Lazy Sunday Early Evening Get Together

    The Townhouse

    Come and meet some new friends, have a chat and listen to music by Tom Hall, for a chilled-out evening at the Townhouse. We will be in the room just behind the bar.

  • Jolly Good Quiz Night @BTP - Einsteins not essential!

    Boston Tea Party


    Here we are again happy as can be... but who know's where that song came from? The BTP quiz night is really all about (as the song goes onto say) good friends and good company and you don't have to be an Einstein (but if you are can you be on my team?!) We have three tables of six again and at £2 it's a wonderful cheap (well depending if you stay off the beer?!) and fun (even without🍺!) night out with a cash prize up for grabs as our teams in the past have proved! If you sign up and can't make it please take yourself off the list as this is a popular event, and if it's full but you are local it might be worth popping in anyway as there are often places and if you can't find a team the cakes are worth a visit!

  • Choral music at our very own Stone Henge. Well, Rollright Stones.

    As, "It says on the tin" I guess. Sounds great to me - The Stratford Festival Orchestra (and choir) performing at the Rollright Stones. Should be atmospheric and different. Mr Kemp at his creative best, no doubt. No pressure Simon :)