By Haddenham Webteam - 4th October 2014 11:00am
The Autumn season of Haddenham Ceilidhs & Concerts began on Saturday 4th October, offering a wonderful series of events for all those who enjoy a very informal style of community dancing and the opportunity to enjoy some truly top quality folk music.
If you've never been along on the first Saturday of every month, from October to June in Haddenham Village Hall, you really do owe it to yourself to venture along. It's a really fun evening, and the musical talents in concert are remarkably impressive. Many appear at the major folk festivals up and down the country. Haddenham village hall is a lot closer!
Entrance is £11(adults), £5 (for those between 13 &17) and free for those under 13.
Doors open 7.15pm, dancing starts in the Main Hall at 8pm and the concert starts in the Walter Rose Room at 8:30pm.
For more information visit the website.
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