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UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06

PennyBlack 11 Oct 06 - 02:42 PM
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Subject: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: PennyBlack
Date: 11 Oct 06 - 02:42 PM

Great news...   in conjunction with Rural Touring and Folkus.

The Polyjesters who are touring the UK in Nov & Dec will be appearing at:-

The Plough in Staining, Lancashire. UK on 14th November 2006 (8.30pm)

The Concert is FREE and a collection will be held for A.R.C. (Arthritis Research Campaign)

Hope many of you will be able to get over for the event, it should be a "Good 'Un" and maybe we can raise a few "bob" for A.R.C.

more information and updates

Hopefully see you on the night...

Penny Black


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: PennyBlack
Date: 17 Oct 06 - 02:08 PM

This years Target for the A.R.C. Collection - at present the total has exceeded previous years and stands at £3,810.30 so we still need to raise £1,199.70 (or more :0)...

2 weeks to go at The Steamer in Fleetwood (31st Oct Special Halloween event - invite to all those witches in Pendle!)

Then PolyJesters 14th Nov. -Everyone Welcome please help us fill the A.R.C. Bucket.

Look out for a Grand night of Music in January 2007 - details to Follow.

If you would like to help but can't get to an event remember the online collection bucket: http://www.justgiving.com/pennyblack

thanks everyone...


Penny Black


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: Les in Chorlton
Date: 17 Oct 06 - 02:12 PM

Penny, please tell us in how many ways they jest


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: PennyBlack
Date: 18 Oct 06 - 02:27 PM

A PolygLot no doubt?

Map Link fot The Plough.


PB


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: GUEST,Speeding to the Plough!
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 07:55 PM

Well they've Landed!

Great to air interview and songs on Radio Lancashire this afternoon and an interview with Phil Brown on The Drift (Radio Lancashire) tomorrow at 8.00pm.

Off to see them tomorrow and confirm times then sitting back :0) and looking forward to a great night on Tuesday 14th at The Plough - further information for Penny... Fylde Folk Festival will be making a donation on the night for the A.R.C. collection and also a presentation to the Lifeboat Institute from the donations for the Penny Dreadful sold at Fylde this year.

It looks like it's going to be a great night with lots of people enjoying this Great Canadian Band and all for FREE!

If your free that night try and get along - you might even be on the DVD they're recording of the tour!

pp Ian Campbell

The Plough Management


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: GUEST,Tour Reports and News
Date: 09 Nov 06 - 05:41 AM

9th Nov 2006

Well we had a full house last night in the Chetham Arms and the band , in their own words "have set the watermark high". We bounced around, stamped our feet, whistled and whooped our way through a set which took us from bluegrass, to swing, from Billie Holiday to the Godfather. These guys have a tight, disciplined style stunning harmony voices and fantastic musicianship, bundled together with great humour and energy. And this was all whilst still jetlagged! One down, 22 to go



Ps. Phil Brown who runs a folk programme on Radio Lancashire came along. They've done 35 minutes for his show and he has fallen in love and is now trying to work out how to get them onto the festival circuit


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: s&r
Date: 09 Nov 06 - 02:06 PM

Hi Pete - the P D has bought a little piece of equipment for the HM Coastguard in Blackpool Area - we've bought them a night vision thingy to find bodies on the beach...

Stu


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: GUEST,Penny Black
Date: 09 Nov 06 - 07:22 PM

Just back from Memorial Hall at Salmesbury and The PolyJesters Gig.

Having heard their CDs I thought I knew what I was in for; A great night of music delivered at a very high standard.

I can only say they delivered far far more than I expected or could have wished for, after 47+ years going to and playing at concerts, festivals and clubs (not to mention the odd pub) this must be one of, if not the best nights of entertainment not for just me but for a hall full of cheering, clapping and shouting enthusiastic PolyJesters Fans (most of whom didn't realise they were fans when they arrived at the beginning of the evening).

Their stage presence was spot-on, musical ability unquestionable, interaction with audience - fantastic, entertainment value - off the scale.

If you treat yourself to just one night out this decade - make it to see the PolyJesters at one of their shows (list on their Website) you won't regret it!

For those of you heading over to The Plough on Tuesday, trust me (I'm a banjo Player) You're gonna Love 'Em, I can't wait to see and hear them again - thanks lad's (they're such nice people as well!)


PB

cheers Stu for the in depth description of the HM Coastguard equipment - now I'm as wise as you :0)

presume its not "the bodies" under the pier in summer? lol


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: GUEST,JB 14th November 2006
Date: 13 Nov 06 - 08:06 PM

Tonight's the Night really looking forward to The PolyJesters - looks like being a great night and busy - Remember it's FREE - but well worth the ticket price other venues are charging!

Please support this event - and help support ARC (Arthritis Research Campaign) by buying raffle tickets (some great prizes) and throwing your spare cash in the ARC bucket- "notes" make less noise :) - come along and have a great night.

John


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Subject: RE: UK - PolyJesters in Lancashire 14/11/06
From: GUEST,Penny Black
Date: 25 Nov 06 - 12:56 PM

What a Great Night! them PolyJester are on "Slick" band, Pub was full and a great night was had by all...

Thanks to "Spot On Rural Touring" & "Folkus" who sponsored the event.

Fylde Folk Festival "Penny Deadful" for the donation.

Phil Brown Radio Lancashire for the plugs, likewise Robin Dukes and The Blackpool Evening Gazette, plus everyone who publicized the event, verbally or with posters etc...   cheers everyone.

Some Photos of the event - lots more to come

PB


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