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Charmain Glasson Maritime Weekend - Easter 08 (145* d) RE: Glasson Maritime Weekend - Easter 08 05 Mar 08


Hoo-di-Ho only THREE weeks to go!!

GLASSON MARITIME WEEKEND

21st – 24th March EASTER 2008
Good Friday (evening) – Bank Holiday Monday

Lancaster District's 20th Annual Celebration of Sea Songs, Shanties and Matters Maritime,
Featuring The World's Biggest Gathering of Sea Song & Shanty Performers:

Sid Kipper • Stormalong John
• Dick Miles • Andy Kenna
Armstrong's Patent • Bernie Davis
Derek Gifford • Geoff Higginbottom
Steve Dawes & Helen Pitt • Bitter End
Keith Kendrick • Paul Sirman
Dave Webber & Anni Fentiman
Four 'n' Aft • Trim Rig & A Doxy
LocTup Together • Richard Grainger
Three Sheets to the Wind
Johnny Collins • Jim Mageean
Endeavour Shantymen - Tim Laycock
The Young 'Uns....
PLUS
Talks by Roy Palmer; visiting vessels; nautical dramas; guided walks around the village and the area; vintage buses; ships in bottles; knot-tying and ropework; coracle making and demos; Kipperland (its about smoked fish nothing to do with Sid...); Punch & Judy by one of the country's foremost Professors, Clive Chandler, the Chantey Cabin and .... The Press Gang! All set in a most remarkably picturesque location.
And mostly free of charge... with the exception of one, possibly two, concerts and the vintage buses.
Donations, though, are most welcome.


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