from Hastings, East Sussex
For all your ceilidh needs in the vicinity of Hastings - at barn dances, weddings, birthdays or any sort of party.
|The Sugar Loaf Band play in a traditional English style
but draw from
many sources which are both traditional
and recently penned.
They were formed from within Mad Jack's Morris for a ceilidh at which they were dancing at Battle in 2007. This was so successful that they carried on to include other local musicians and have decades of experience between them with other bands such as Banjax and the Catsfield Steamers.
The band takes its name from a folly built by Mad Jack Fuller at Dallington, East Sussex.
The band at St Mary In The Castle, Hastings and are (from left to right)
Lynda Ridley - recorder & percussion, Goose - melodeon & harmonica, Dave Rimmel - guitar, Bryony Leech - violin, Nigel Taylor - bass guitar, Alan Jeffries - anglo concertina & melodeon, Pete Davis - whistle, Keith Leech - caller, trombone & melodeon (Not shown - Paul Evans - Drums)
Photo Mark Duncan
Friday 17th March 2017 - Family Ceilidh, Sacred Heart School, Old London Road, Hastings, TN35 5NA. Doors open 17:45, dancing 18:30-20:30. Tickets (Adults £5, children £2) available on the door. Hot & Cold food available. A fund raiser for the PTFA. Saturday 2nd September 2017 - Private party in Wimbledon, SW19
For bookings or further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01424 429195
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Also available for booking are
and for Hog Roasts Pigs Do Fly