Saturday, June 16, 2012
7.45pm Doors open 7.00pm
Gordon Giltrap with special guest Tristan Seume
Farncombe Music Club
St.John's Church, St.John's Street, Farncombe GU7 3EH
phone: 01483 421 520
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Set in a beautiful church with wonderful acoustics, Farncombe Music Club plays host to a once monthly concert.
Farncombe Music Club concerts take place at St John’s Church, Farncombe – www.farncombe.org.uk - in either the 300 capacity St. John’s Church itself with its unique atmosphere or the more intimate 100 capacity St John’s Church Room – two great venues; both with wonderful acoustics and all under one roof!
Since the concerts started in June 2007 the venue has played host to many fantastic concerts by acts as diverse as After The Fire, Christine Collister, Kiki Dee, Charlie Dore, Julie Felix, Gordon Giltrap, Steve Knightley, Hazel O’Connor, Tom Russell, Eve Selis and Stackridge.
Situated in St. John’s Street right in the centre of the village just opposite the Co-op store, there is on-street parking for cars with plenty of spaces around Farncombe railway station which is just 2 minutes walk from the venue. For rail travellers, Farncombe is on the London Waterloo – Portsmouth mainline. Trains are regular and journey times are London – 40 minutes and Portsmouth – 1 hour.
Special guest is Tristan Seume who is one of UK's best solo fingerstyle guitartists. His compositions, which draw on folk, jazz and classical styles, show a maturity that belies his youth.
"I believe he is one of the finest of the new acoustic generation" - Gordon Giltrap
Doors 7.00pm, music 7.45pm.
The seating is unreserved.
Tickets: £12 in advance £15 on the door
Tickets are available in person from Record Corner in Pound Lane, Godalming – www.therecordcorner.co.uk – no booking fee for cash or cheques. Tickets are also available online from www.wegottickets.com/julianlewrymusic for which there is an additional 10% booking fee.
Alternatively call me direct on 01483 421520 for further information.
Refreshments are served by a superb team of volunteers; beer, wine, tea and coffee etc. are available in the Church Room from doors opening until the end of the interval. Beer and wine may only be consumed in the Church Room and not be taken into either the Church or outside. St. John’s is a Fairtrade Church, Godalming is a Fairtrade Town and Fairtrade goods are used wherever possible.
Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.