If you enjoy good tunes, lively entertainment and good company, then Chanter’s Jigge is the band for you. They cross the centuries with colourful performances of music from around Europe and beyond, playing a unique array of traditional, ancient and modern instruments.
Their musical influences and experience span many years. Performances are devised using sounds from past and present, both played and spoken. They blend folk tunes with early and traditional music. Medieval dances rub shoulders with Victorian ballads. Lively sea shanties and traditional chorus songs are served up with foot tapping jigs and reels. They play catchy tunes, new arrangements of old favourites and some of their own invention.
Singing along in the chorus songs, clapping and stamping in the jigs and reels are encouraged. Spontaneous dancing and leaping have been known to take place!
Chanter’s Jigge will be performing in St Botolph’s Church, Grimston (PE32 1BG) on Saturday October 27th at 7.30pm.
Tickets on the door are £8 (members of Friends £7) and include refreshment of home-made soup.
Pre booking contact 01553 630301
Proceeds are in aid of Friends of St. Botolph’s
All are welcome.