Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Somerton Festival events for Wednesday

The Somerton Festival continues this week and here are the events listed for today. Click the link above for more details.

INFANTS SCHOOL - STORYTELLING WITH DAVID JAMES Sponsored by Somerton Business & Trade Association.

ART & PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION Parish Rooms 10.00am - 7.00pm Entry FreeSponsored by Somerton Town Council

THE ALTERNATIVES Who are to entertain residents at Wessex House with a mixture of song and music Wessex House 2.30pm - 3.30pm Entry FreeSponsored by Tom Shore - Builders

FESTIVAL BAND CONCERT With a wide repertoire of classical music, novelty items, music from Broadway and West-End shows St. Michael's Parish Church 7.30pm. Tickets £4.00 Sponsored by Somerton Business & Trade Association

COSMIC IMPLICATIONS - A TALK BY ALAN FOSTER Author and lecturer on the subject of UFO's, Crop Formations and Environmental IssuesWhite Hart Inn 7.30pm Tickets £3.00 Sponsored by Cobbs Wholefoods

COUNTRY & WESTERN WITH DENVER SPUR One of the more popular events in the Festival week which could sell out quickly so remember to get your tickets early.Somerton Sports Club 8.00pm Tickets £6.00Sponsored by Edgar Builders


CHRIS JAGGER & FRIENDS Chris has been singing and playing from an early age. His music is vary varied - and after his release of his cult album 'Atcha' in 1994 he plotted a course combing his interest in Zydeco, Cajon and country with underlying strands of R 'n' B, Rock and World Music. he tours through he UK and tonight will be appearing with some of his friends. Unicorn Hotel 8:30pm Tickets £5.00Sponsored by Unicorn Hotel.

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