“Hailing from Eastern Stockport, Lazlo Baby bring you Balkan folksy ska with high octane exuberance. Whilst dabbling in the delights that klezmer, gypsy and trad Irish music have to offer, Lazlo Baby stitch together pounding melodies that’ll clobber you with their enthusiastic brouhaha.”
“Be whisked away by Phil Reed as he plays haunting traditional Irish melodies over live percussive and harmonious loops.”
“Enjoy Steve ‘Manifold’ Anderson playing and singing finger picking country blues songs of the Broonzy, Willie McTell era.”
“Ease into the Irish section of the evening with the delightful voice of Trixxi Corish, straight from the Trades Club in Hebden Bridge.”
Hot food will be available at the historic and accessible Fielden Centre in Todmorden. Gluten-free options available. Bring your own beer.
Friday 3 November 2017, doors open 7pm
Fielden Centre, Ewood Road, Todmorden OL14 7DD
By train: Northern Manchester Victoria/Leeds or Blackburn to Todmorden
By bus: 592 (First) from Halifax, Burnley or Todmorden to Tod High School
Tickets £5 or £8* with hot meal (gluten-free option available)
September’s 3 Valley Vegans social event is a good-ol’ pot luck. One of our group had kindly volunteered to host an evening at her house.
Date: Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Location: Cornholme, Todmorden
Canine friends are welcome
If you are interested, please email Harriet on firstname.lastname@example.org — she will provide you with the complete address.
To make sure that as many people can try as many dishes as possible, we request that any food or drink you bring is suitable for vegans. There is usually more than one gluten-free dish, and alcohol will be present.
We are looking for volunteers to help with whatever aspect of running these that you are comfortable with, such as setting up, talking to people, or making some food. Even coming down for even an hour or so would be great!
Can you help? Please email Hilary on email@example.com if you would like to know more.
Meeting location: Hardcastle Crags, near Hebden Bridge. Meet at the larger car park, near the ticket booth (take the road to the right in the photo above). We will then walk down the main path towards Gibson Mill which has a cafe and toilets.