Cheer Up Mollys fundraising for the Oyster Project Charity at Westgate - fee admission - bar
Making a welcome return to the Westgate Chapel, Sussex-based The Cheer Up Mollys are a five-piece folk, acoustic, and Americana band made up of long-time friends and musical collaborators. Stunning vocal harmonies are accompanied by guitar, ukulele, mandolin, banjo and bass, (and a sprinkling of percussion!) with song choices ranging from bluegrass and country to seventies and eighties classics, along with our own original material.
Deb, Carol, Seffy, Ann and Stephie will be joined by guest fiddle player Linda Game for this cosy Sunday afternoon show just close enough to Christmas to sneak in a seasonal number or two!
Doors/Bar open 4pm
Show 4.30 to 6.30pm
Tickets free please pre-book online or contact band for paper ticket to guarantee entry.
"What a truly superb group! Great performances of great songs… a wonderful evening of bill-topping top quality acoustic music!" Robb Johnson, Railway Roots, Portslade
"Five truly authentic and talented women who have such a warm affinity with each other on stage that transfers onto the audience, making them so joyful to watch and listen to. Their stunning harmonies gave me goose bumps and their blend of unique vocal arrangements with beautiful mandolin, uke and guitar makes for a gorgeous performance!" Amy Hill, Brighton Folk, Roots & Acoustic
Sun 2 Dec
VizAbility is a drama group founded and run by disabled people, each year they stage this unique rendition of the nativity raising funds for The Oyster Project charity holders of the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
Sat 22 Dec
Milton Hide supporting the Oyster Project Charity at Westgate with a Radio Lewes Live event - free admission.
Milton Hide had a flying start to their first musical year - opening for R2 Folk Awards Winner, Jim Moray, supporting the legendary Martin Carthy and the iconic singer-songwriter Steve Tilston. They wrote and recorded a charity Christmas single, Christmas Lite. Now they have honed their stage craft, written new material, created new arrangements and released their first official EP, Little Fish, to critical acclaim.
A superior folk-club act with a great deal of potential. Rock'n'Reel magazine
high in melodic quality, perfectly-matched voices and rich with storytelling Folk Words
Lovely stuff Mike Harding
"There is a wonderful streak in Little Fish that sees the duo take a meandering walk through song and exemplifies the sheer depth and versatility they possess. Artree
"This is a surprisingly enchanting EP Northern Sky Magazine
"This is one of those mini-albums which goes straight onto my playlists in its entirety, with its thought-provoking lyrics and catchy tunes. Trevor Oxborrow - The Folk Show
Sat 27 Oct
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