Hot night of folk

DANCE the night away at the Devonshire Ceilidh at More Music’s newly refurbished Hothouse.

The ceilidh takes place this Friday, October 14, from 7.30pm. Tickets are just £5 (£3 concessions).

This first ceilidh at the Hothouse will feature Tabuka, a toe tapping local band featuring Ben Farmer on accordion, Jane Lawrence on fiddle and Paul Beevers on guitar.

Guest musicians and callers include Pete Moser, Rick Middleton and some surprises.

More Music artistic director Pete Moser said: “It will be the first big event we’re holding in our new upstairs venue so let’s hope you all come down.”

Tickets can be bought in advance from The Hothouse, Devonshire Road, or on the night.