Saint Patrick's night shindig at the Plough
BIG Al And The Bandits hope to have everyone on their feet dancing to jaunty jigs and raucous reels at the Plough's St Patrick's Night Shindig.
For the less energetic there will be a chance to sway to some of Ireland's great classic songs such as The Galway Shawl and Innisfree.
Band member, Tony Dixon, who makes flutes, pipes and whistles, will play haunting tunes on the Irish pipes to accompany Jean Tyler as she reads her own poems alongside verse by Irish poet, Seamus Heaney.
There will also be dance from the Catherine Bartlett School of Irish Dancing in Somerset. Catherine boasts European champions among her dance troupe and promises some great Riverdance-style performances on the night.
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Anne Tattersall, who is organising the evening for the Mayor of Torrington's charity appeal for North Devon Hospice and the Plough Arts Centre, is originally from Derry in Northern Ireland.
"St Patrick's Day around the world is just one massive party and our party at the Plough will be no different. I look forward to welcoming children and adults to experience a full night of Irish craic."
St Patrick's Night Shindig is at the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington on Saturday, March 16, 7.30pm. Tickets: £10 (adult), £8 (concession), £7.50 (Plough supporter). Box office: 01805 624624.