Thursday, March 31, 2005

New Suited and Booted out now

The new edition of Suited and Booted is out now and if yopur loacl venue does not have a copy yet then they will very soon.

What's on for Thursday?

Events in South Somerset & West Dorset areas
Live Music @ Stars Lane Café Bar, Yeovil
Real World @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard

And nothing on in the Taunton and Bridgwater areas as far as we know.

The Editor

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Tuesday after Easter

Did you have a good Easter? What a welcome back to work; damp, cold and miserable!
Well it's been a few days since we were last able to make an entry into the Blog. Things have been very hectic with the production of the April edition of Suited and Booted magazine. Some of you should see your copy of the April edition later on today!

The Yeovil gig diary for April is now available to download in PDF format.

Go to

Download your own version and stick it up on the office notice board!

So What's happening today?
Just the one gig that we know about...
Steve Dubya @ No. 10, Bridport

The Editor

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Oops Thursday 17th

Did we get it wrong yesterday or what?
Please accept my apologies for the mistake.
Sorry, sorry sorry....

Today is the 17th and today therefore is St Patrick's day...I blame old age, poor memory and significant abuse of alcohol in my past for the mistake!

Events in South Somerset & West Dorset
Rusty Razor - St Patricks Day Special @ Hardy's, Bridport
Live Music TBA @ Stars Lane Café Bar, Yeovil
Vox Populi (or whatever they are now called) @ White Horse, Wincanton
The Budliners @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard

Events in Taunton & Bridgwater area
Rooting Around @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Jesse James @ Palace, Bridgewater
Duende @ The Westgate, Taunton
St Patrick’s Night @ Quantock Gateway, Bridgwater
Cattle Raid Of Cooley @ Bridgewater Arts Centre
Somerset Life On Film @ Stogumber Village Hall
Hoover The Dog @ Mark Village Hall

Your very contrite, Guiness soaked Editor

Wednesday, March 16, 2005

St Patrick's Day Wednesday 17th

As well as being budget day (ooh we can hardly wait) it is also St Patrick's day; traditional now for people of every nation taking on too much Irish stout!

An Irish Joke for St Patrick's Day
An Irishman arrived at J.F.K. Airport and wandered around the terminal with tears streaming down his cheeks. An airline employee asked him if he was already homesick. "No," replied the Irishman "I've lost all me luggage!" "How'd that happen?" "The cork fell out!" said the Irishman.

Events in South Somerset & West Dorset
Rusty Razor - St Patricks Day Special @ Hardy's,Bridport
Live Music TBA @ Stars Lane Café Bar, Yeovil
Vox Populi @ White Horse, Wincanton
The Budliners @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard

Events in Taunton & Bridgwater area
Rooting Around @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Jesse James @ Palace, Bridgewater
Duende @ The Westgate, Taunton
St Patrick’s Night @ Quantock Gateway, Bridgwater
Cattle Raid Of Cooley @ Bridgewater Arts Centre
Somerset Life On Film @ Stogumber Village Hall
Hoover The Dog @ Mark Village Hall

Enjoy the Guiness!

The Editor

Tuesday, March 15, 2005


News from the Peter Quince Theatre Company, a new web site.

Date: Friday 18th MarchTime: 12pm
Venue: Your computer,
Bigger, better, faster, longer, stronger, deeper, healthier, shinier, easier, QUINCEYER
For all your Peter Quince Theatre Company needs, don’t miss out on the fun!

Features include:
Past, Present & Future project information pages
How To Book us
Full comprehensive projects Gallery
Company Information
On-line Film & Video trailers
Reviews of our work
Job Information @ PQTC
Contact Details
Links page
Quarterly DAILY DAY online (from April 05)
Updates on PQFC

Mmm Quinceyer...

The Editor

Monday, March 14, 2005

Creative Arts in Yeovil

Yeovil Community Arts Association (YCAA), the charity that ran the Yeovil Arts Centre, is now organising a programme of exhibitions in the Gallery Bar area of the Octagon Theatre, Hendford, Yeovil BA20 1UX, under the heading of "Creative Arts at the Octagon".

Wednesday 30th March to Saturday 30th April
David Brooke and Caroline Ireland
An exhibition by two Artists with original, distinctive styles, who produce imaginative paintings and drawings that convey a sense of wonder and mystery.

David Brooke's paintings create the feeling of myth, although often they are not based on any specific legend. Caroline Ireland works using pastel and watered our together to produce brilliant, vibrant effects.

All exhibitions are open Mondays to Saturdays from 12noon to the end of each evening's Theatre performance or 5pm if there is no evening performance.

The Octagon Cafe is now open for coffees, teas and light snacks from 12noon on Mondays to Saturdays, as well as for evening pre-performance meals.

The Octagon has access for the disabled by means of a lift to the first floor Gallery.
All exhibitions are organised by the Yeovil Community Arts Association.

The Editor

Monday & Tuesday event update

Well as is often the way events are very thin on the ground for Monday. We have no live music for you today apart from the Open Mic Night @ The Westgate, Taunton.

Better news for Tuesday though!
Events in South Somerset & West Dorset
Itchy & Scratchy @ No. 10, Bridport
Jazz Jam @ Jazz Club at Plume of Feathers, Sherborne

Events for Tuesday in the Taunton & Bridgwater areas
Ghost Train @ Brewhouse Theatre Taunton

The Editor

Monday morning news from South Petherton

News in from The David Hall Arts Centre in South Petherton is below:

Events at The David Hall Arts Centre in South Petherton are proving to be a sell-out this season, so patrons are being encouraged to book well in advance to be sure of a seat."Our Spring programme - which runs to the end of April - is a huge hit," reports Cliff Keating, Chairman of the Petherton Arts Trust. "We had capacity audiences through January and February and gigs in March and April are already booking well.

Many regulars have become used to either reserving at the last minute or just turning up on the night; but to be certain of a place, we recommend booking in advance. We hate having to turn people away!"Mr Keating added that The David Hall's seating capacity was increased from 100 to 130 towards the end of last year. "It is terrifically rewarding to see every seat taken and know that we are providing the type of music and theatre that local people really want," he said. Performers like Phil Beer - of Show of Hands fame; the dynamic quartet Cellorythmics; Flook, with their Celtic roots and the vibrant young trio, Uiscedwr, all played to a full house. The much-acclaimed play The Vagina Monologues - presented by local theatre company, Portfire - also filled The David Hall for two performances.

Music events scheduled for the next few weeks include top roots-rock band, Equation (25th March); La Boum! - a formidable line-up of 10 top Scottish musicians (7th April); Martin Simpson - billed as one of the finest acoustic finger-style and slide guitar players in the world (16th April) and Michael Marra, who is widely acclaimed as one of Scotland's most talented and original songwriters and performers (23rd April). For family audiences, Kneehigh Theatre Company will present "Wagstaff the Wind-up Boy" on 31st March.

The David Hall Box Office is open 11am-3pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; or call 01460 240 340 (24hr answerphone). The venue can be found on Roundwell Street, South Petherton.

The Editor

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Saturday Night

Did you Red Nose into the wee small hours? Are you even now nursing a hangover? Well it's Saturday so you can do it agian tonight!

Events in South Somerset & West Dorset (ish)
Tom Toomey @ White Hart, Castle Cary
Live Music TBA @ Woods Wine Bar
Skinful @ Ropemakers, Bridport
Legacy @ Labour Club
US4 (U2 tribute) @ Old Barn Club
Alias @ Half Moon, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Mo'Indigo @ Arts Centre, Dorchester
Theo Travis & Jon Ethridge & workshop @ Jazz Club at Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Ummagumma (Pink Floyd tribute) + Who's Next @ Cheese & Grain, Frome
The Rocking Tigers @ Alice Springs Café Bar, Yeovil

Events in the Taunton & Bridgwater area
Fat Marrow Blues Band @ The Westgate, Taunton
Time Again @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Christina @ Princess Royal, Taunton
Breathless @ Old Market, Bridgwater
Bleedin' Hartz @ White Hart, East Reach, Taunton
No Shame @ The Vintage, Wellington
Taunton Concert Band @ Tacchi Morris Centre, Taunton
Carole Satyamurti @ Bridgwater Arts Centre

The Editor

Friday, March 11, 2005

It's Friday 11th and Red Nose Day!

So today every one has an excuse to dress in silly clothes, do silly stunts and generally have fun in the name of a good cause; Red Nose Day.

Mr Chad!

For all the information on what's planned at a national level follow the link above or check out the BBC web site

Locally what's happening?

Events in South Somerset & West Dorset
Fifth Avenue @ White Hart, Sherborne
Design @ Red Lion, Beaminster
Smith & Moore @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Plummet Airlines @ Fleur de Lis, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Beautiful Noise @ Mermaid Inn, Sherborne
The Inbreds, Fourwaykill, Mendeed & Forgotten Enemy @ Flicks Bar, Yeovil
Us and Them (Pink Floyd tribute) @ Finn McCool's, Weymouth
Karl Webber @ Quicksilver Mail, Yeovil
Tom Toomey @ Cellar Bar, Boscombe
Crosswired @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne

Events in the Taunton & Bridgwater area
Dynamo Rhythm Aces @ Green Dragon, Combe St Nicholas
Rude Mood @ The Westgate, Taunton
Blazing Stump Folk Club @ Royal Oak, Lux.
The Whole Hog @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Snappa @ Cross Rifles, Bridgwater

High Energy 3 piece Snappa, playing tonight at the Cross Rifles in Bridgwater

Jim Ramsey @ Wookey Hole Inn
Britney tribute @ Quantock Gateway, Bridgwater
Dirty Money @ White Hart, E.Reach, Taunton
DJ The Edge @ The Vintage, Wellington
Jive/Rock'n'Roll @ Taunton R'n'R Club
Roger Colome @ Beam Bridge Hotel
Coppelia @ Brewhouse Theatre (+11th), Taunton
Caratinga @ Bridgwater AC
Somerset Life On Film @ Neroche V. Hall
Lea Dance @ Regal Theatre, Minehead

Have a fun Friday!

The Editor

Thursday, March 10, 2005



Subject: eggs
Speakers on?

The Editor

Thursday and Jim Morrison a dork?

Shocking news to people of a certain age as....

Footage reveals Jim Morrison the nerd
According to Reuters - Florida historians have discovered a 40-year-old film clip of a clean-cut Jim Morrison that will give fans a different view of the Doors singer before his wilder days as a drug-using rock legend who drank hard and died young.

The 1964 black-and-white public relations film, shot at Florida State University (FSU) shows a nerdy-looking Morrison, a rock bad boy who died in 1971 at 27 years old, acting the part of a young man whose university application has been rejected.

The 16-minute video has Morrison among wholesome scenes of college life, parades and football, a sharp contrast to his image as a long-haired, leather-clad rebel poet accused of exposing himself and simulating a sex act at a Miami concert in 1969.

"It's incredible. He's so clean-cut and soft-spoken," said Jody Norman, archives supervisor at the State Library and Archives of Florida, and a Doors fan.

The Web site, which features video of all kinds, posted the clip under the heading "Jim Morrison: College Dork."

In the film, the Florida native plays a dejected would-be university student who reads a rejection letter from a school and then earnestly questions a school administrator as to why he can't go to college.

"But what happened? How come my parents and the state and university didn't look ahead?" he said.

The Doors were one of the most influential rock bands of the 1960s whose hits included "Light My Fire" and "Riders on the Storm." They broke up a few years after Morrison died.

No nerds here just some more live music!

Events in South Somerset & West Dorset
On The Nod @ Stars Lane Café Bar, Yeovil
Rhythm Junkies @ White Horse, Wincanton
Kate Axten as Shania Twain @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard

Events in Taunton and Bridgwater areas
Jazz @ The Westgate, Taunton
Excellos @ The Quantock Gateway, Bridgwater
Exploding Custard @ The Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton

We feel we ought to explain that the Exploding Custard is a fast-moving, entertaining demonstration of do-it-yourself kitchen-table science. The show includes dozens of simple but spectacular experiments, all using materials readily available at home. Children can volunteer to participate and there is plenty of laughter.

Another custard explosion!

At the same time, the experience is thought-provoking and challenging. Recurrent themes include pressure, combustion, liquids and gases, conservation of energy, the process of scientific enquiry... and how children are better at true experimentation than grown-ups!
Audiences always leave an ‘Exploding Custard’ show buzzing with excitement and teachers regularly report that children continue to talk about the demonstrations and unanswered questions for weeks afterwards.

“Give people facts and you feed their minds for an hour. Awaken curiosity and they feed their own minds for a lifetime” Ian Russell

The Editor

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Wednesday-midweek & dogs

News today that dog owners could be paying more than they ever thought for their canine friend.

In its annual Cost of a Dog report published on Sunday, pet insurer Churchill said the Great Dane was the most expensive dog, costing 31,840 pounds over its average 10-year life, followed by the Rottweiler at 24,340 pounds.

Mongrels costs 20,998 pounds, while Jack Russells were a relative bargain at 17,476 pounds, said the insurer, which released its findings ahead of Crufts, the world's biggest dog show, opening Thursday in Birmingham, central England.

By comparison, a Jaguar X-type, Saab 9-5 or Volkswagen Passat sell in Britain for around 20,000 pounds, which is also the same price for a round-the-world cruise.

Events tonight in South Somerset & West Dorset
Keith James (songs of Nick Drake) + guest Nick Foot @ Wyndham Arms, Kingsbury Episcopi

Keith James on tonight at the Wyndham Arms

Live Music TBA @ Alice Springs Café Bar, Yeovil
Robbing Williams @ Chicago Rock Café, Yeovil
Dick Madeline Quartet @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil

The Editor

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Special fund raiser for Fiveways School

Mrs Claire Fowler is organising a night of entertainment to raise money for Fiveways Special Needs School, Victoria Road in Yeovil. This is in the wake of the recent fire in which the School was badly damaged.

She has organised an Entertainment Night at the Halfway House in Chilthorne Domer, Yeovil where Matthew Rock (sometimes Musical Director of Yeovil Show Company) will be performing from 8pm till 11:30pm on the 26th March. Tickets cost £10.00 each and can be obtained from the Halfway House or by calling Claire's mobile number 07899 926452 or bought on the night. All money raised will go to Fiveways Phoenix Fund.

Support your local good causes!

The Editor

Monday, March 07, 2005

News from the Cheese & Grain, Frome

Lots of news in this morning from the Cheese and Grain in Frome.

On Saturday 23rd April (St Georges Day), they host the twin lead guitar band, Wishbone Ash. This year the band celebrates 35 years of touring and plan to keep up the pace by visiting Turkey, Germany, Holland, USA, France and of course the UK.

In late 2004 Finnish guitar man Muddy Manninen replaced Ben Granfelt (also a Finn) as the man to work alongside original founding guitarist Andy Powell. The changes have worked out well and to hear for yourself just how well, get yourself along to the gig on the 23rd April at the Cheese and Grain.

Tickets are £12.50 in advance and £14.00 on the door. For more news on the band visit their web site and to check out the Cheese and Grain, click on the link at the top of this post.

Still at the Cheese and Grain, "The Yardbirds" are playing there on Saturday 30th April with support from "A Few Good Men".

Advance tickets cost £12.00, on the door £13.50. Tickets are available by calling:

Cheese and Grain: 01373 455420
Rave from the Grave: 01373 464666

The Editor

Monday again

Unfortunately we apear to have absolutely nothing going on for you this evening in the South Somerset & West Dorset area:-(

However on Tuesday....
Klektivo @ Axmouth Church
Rob Koral @ No. 10, Bridport
Keith James (songs of Nick Drake) @ Wyndham Arms, Kingsbury Episcopi

In the Taunton & Bridgwater area on Monday
Open Mic night @ The Westgate, Taunton

In the Taunton & Bridgwater area on Tuesday
Craig Ogden @ The Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton

Another slow start to the week! Just like I feel this morning...

The Editor

Saturday, March 05, 2005

Muscians wanted in Yeovil

Beginners / intermediates are required to form band / jamming group in the Yeovil area.

Skill / technique are not as improtant as just wanting to play/learn/improve. Matthew is 31 years old and has re-discovered guitar playing in the last six months.

Influences are mainly rock / blues. If you are willing to have fun and practice hard please get in woodmathew1@hotmail.comTel: 01935 414300 (after 6.00 pm)

The Editor

Live Music comes to Crewkerne!!

At last live music should be back on the bill in Crewkerne at the Swan Hotel on Church Street. Unforgiven Kingdom are due to play there next Saturday (12th) as long as the Environmental Protection people are OK with the noise levels.

Keep your fingers crossed that things go ok!

The Editor

Saturday Night!

Lots going on this evening including the ongoing Swanage Blues Festival so there should be something for everyone!

Events in the South Somerset & West Dorset areas
Little Dixie @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Art Shaw @ Old Barn Club, Yeovil
The Morellos @ Labour Club, Yeovil
Mojo @ Half Moon, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Who's Next (Who tribute) @ West End Hall, Sherborne
Rhythm Junkies (fomerly known as Groovetube) @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Mid Life Crisis @ Bakers Arms, Martock
Peter Case @ St Clares, Seaton

Events in Taunton & Bridgwater area
The Heartbeats @ Weston-Super-Mare FC
Snakes @ The Westgate Inn, Taunton
Leyland Band (brass band) @ The Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton
Alison James @ Princess Royal, Taunton
Unforgiven Kingdom @ Old Market, Bridgewater

Dillon giving it his all for Unforgiven Kingdom

Lee Martin @ Green Dragon, Wellington
Best Kept Secret @ The Pen&Quill, Shuttern, Taunton
Loose Covers @ The Vintage, Wellington
Deirdre Cartwright @ Bridgewater Arts Centre

Enjoy the sounds!

The Editor

Friday, March 04, 2005

Bracknell Blues

This event is rather outside or normal area but some of you may find it of interest since local (ish) man Eddie Martin is attending.

The European Blues Association are putting on a Blues Gigfeaturing: Eddie Martin, Michael Roach, John Miller, Homesick Mac As part of their blues tuition weekend at South Hill Park Arts Center,Bracknell in the Cellar Bar, starting at 8pm this Saturday.Tickets are available from the box office on 01344 484123

There is also a blues tuition weekend (Eddie Martin is teachingharmonica). See:

The Editor

The Slackers play Yeovil!

The Slackers are a seven piece band that hails from New York City. Formed in 1991, the band has been experimenting with mixes of ska, reggae, soul, swing, garage rock, and jazz for over 10 years. By following their muses of the Skatalites, the Beatles, Bob Marley, Lee Perry, Bob Dylan, and Curtis Mayfield, the Slackers have created a niche all their own in contemporary music.

The Slackers coming to Yeovil tonight!

Tonight they play at Flicks bar in Yeovil and if you are quick you can probably still pick up a ticket from Acorn Records (also in Yeovil) or visit but there are only about 100 left. There are unlikely to be any left on the door tonight!

The Slackers have a great web site where you can also listen to some of their music go to

The Editor

Local band needs a guitarist

A local band, established 2yrs, are looking for guitarist/vocals to join guitar, bass & drums.

The band has been playing locally for about 18 months & has good PA system. Established. material is classic rock covers from AC to ZZ so good 'riffing' is needed. Committment, good gear, own transport & sense of humour essentials, ability & vocals a distinct bonus.

No 'prima donnas' or metal speed freaks needed, it's not what they do! The Band has a good number of gigs in the diary and would like to get new member established as soon as possible. If you think you fit the above profile & are interested, please call Geoff on 07812 766594.

The Editor

Friday night events & Blair the rock star

We found this gem of an item on Yahoo. There are those argue Tony Blair should have pursued his musical career instead of his political one!

Could Tony Blair have been a rock star?
LONDON (Reuters) - Running the country is all well and good, but Tony Blair still wonders if he could have made it as a rock star.
If only he'd had the attitude...

"I've always wondered, could I have actually ever done it," the one-time lead singer of a rock band called the Ugly Rumours, more recently prime minister, told his former bass player in an interview published on Thursday.

"I was quite serious about it. It wasn't just a mere dalliance -- it was a bit more than that for me," Blair told ex-bass player Mark Ellen. Excerpts of the interview for Word magazine were printed in The Times.
"With politics, it all clicked into place for me somehow. Whereas with music you had to have a particular set of attitudes that I didn't quite have, and it never happened for me even though I was desperately keen to carry on."
Blair, 51, said he still gets a thrill meeting rock icons of his youth like Paul McCartney or David Bowie.
"They say: 'It must be so interesting, what you do,' and I say: 'It's not as interesting as what you do.'"

If you are not tempted by the Blues Festival at Swanage that starts tonight (see the previous entry below), then perhaps something closer to home would suit you better?

Events in South Somerset and West Dorset
Crosswired @ Red Lion, Beaminster
Sidekicks @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Looper @ Fleur de Lis, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Creechers @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
The Slackers, Mumrah + Support @ Flicks Bar
The Fab Beatles @ Square & Compass, Windmill Hill, Ashill
Alexander @ Mermaid Inn, Sherborne
Loose Connections @ Ropemakers, Bridport
Paul Williams @ White Hart, Sherborne

Events around the Taunton and Bridgwater areas
Snappa @ The Westgate Inn, Taunton
Crawfish @ Graylake Inn, Nr. Othery
Craig Priddice @ Wookey Hole Inn
Keep Smiling Through (show) @ The Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton
Louis & The Iguanas @ The Anchor Inn, Hillfarrance
Fab Beatles @ Square and Compass, Windmill Hill, Ashill
Man From Funkle @ The Pen & Quill, Shuttern, Taunton
Sneaky Pete Und Der Vipers @ White Hart, Taunton
Fat Bottom Queens @ Cross Rifles, Bridgewater
Pavlo @ Middlezoy Village Hall

Have a fun day!

The Editor

Swanage Blues Fest This Weekend

The 5th Swanage Blues Festival happens this weekend with the music starting this evening. The all the gigs are free (although donations are very welcome).

This acts this year include:
The Guv'nors, The Innes Sibun Band, Native Tung, The Blue Healers, Tim Royce, Arecibo, The Jives, Tony McPhee & Joanna Deacon, Pete Saunders, Roy Mette, Robin Bibi, JC & Angelina Grimshaw, Crosscut Saw, and Sonny Black.

The event is based in Swanage (less than an hours drive away), it is a lovely seaside town - compact, friendly and reasonably priced. Most of the venues are within a few yards of each other and you'll be welcome in all of them. Admission is totally free.

This event depends on donations from enthusiasts, so please give what you can and support the raffle! Raffle Prizes include two tickets to The Blues Band at Mr Kyps, four tickets to Ben Waters Big Band at Lulworth Castle, open-ended tickets to both Blues Nights and Moreton Blues & Roots Club, plus superb CDs and a magazine subscription to Blues Matters!

The festival has a very informative web site which has lots of details on the artists featured. Follow the link in the heading above.

The Editor

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

A look ahead to Thursday

A quick look ahead at what Thursday has to offer:

Events in South Somerset & West Dorset
Pub Stars Karaoke Final @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard
Flook @ Arts Centre, Bridport
Alias @ Stars Lane Café Bar

The Editor

Sidekicks looking for gigs

The Sidekicks (est in 2001) a local quality 5-piece band are looking for bookings in 2005.

Music ranges from old school rock, through funk, soul, reggae, Toots to Ian Dury, Doors to Stevie Wonder. Parties, weddings functions and good pub gigs are all catered for. Great Track record, long set-list, distance not a problem. Contact: Sean on 07971 542112 to book them.

The Editor

Deadline for April

Sharp eyed readers may have noticed another proof reading error in the March edition of Suited and Booted. (It seems to have been the month for them!).

The 18th March deadline is for the April edition not the March edition.

Now, where are my tablets?

The Editor

Oops we've boobed!

This month's (March) print edition of Suited and Booted shows that Lewis will be playing at the Swan in Sherborne tomorrow (Wednesday 2nd).

THIS IS NOT CORRECT! An error crept into our system, sorry.

Lewis will be at the Swan, but not until early April!

So apologies to all concerned!

Gigs for Wednesday in South Somerset & West Dorset
Rob Koral & Sue Hawker @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Complete Madness (tribute) @ Chicago Rock Café, Yeovil

The Editor