One, two, Trio ... a taste of tradition

AMBASSADORS of English traditional song Trio Threlfall take to the stage at Faldingworth Live this month.'Jane and Amanda Threlfall, working with musician Roger Edwards, will be playing at Faldingworth memorial Hall on Saturday, October 20.'Their approach has been described as endearingly self-effacing and commentators highlight the sisters' consummate ability to reinterpret songs from the English lexicon with freshness and vitality.'Their easy and relaxed style belies the enormous respect they share for the traditional material, which makes up their repertoire and it's only through the level and quality of their performance it suddenly becomes wonderfully apparent.'Support on the evening will be provided by Karen & Colin Thompson and doors open at 7.15pm for an 8pm start.'Tickets cost �8 and can be booked for payment on the door through Les Worrall on 01673 843036.'For more information visit www.faldingworthlive.co.uk

AMBASSADORS of English traditional song Trio Threlfall take to the stage at Faldingworth Live this month.'Jane and Amanda Threlfall, working with musician Roger Edwards, will be playing at Faldingworth memorial Hall on Saturday, October 20.'Their approach has been described as endearingly self-effacing and commentators highlight the sisters' consummate ability to reinterpret songs from the English lexicon with freshness and vitality.'Their easy and relaxed style belies the enormous respect they share for the traditional material, which makes up their repertoire and it's only through the level and quality of their performance it suddenly becomes wonderfully apparent.'Support on the evening will be provided by Karen & Colin Thompson and doors open at 7.15pm for an 8pm start.'Tickets cost �8 and can be booked for payment on the door through Les Worrall on 01673 843036.'For more information visit www.faldingworthlive.co.uk

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Ambassadors of English traditional song Trio Threlfall are the latest top act to take to the stage at Faldingworth Live this month.

Jane and Amanda Threlfall, working with musician Roger Edwards, will be playing at Faldingworth memorial Hall on Saturday, October 20.

Their approach has been described as endearingly 
self-effacing and commentators highlight the sisters’ consummate ability to reinterpret songs from the English lexicon with freshness and vitality.

Their easy and relaxed style 
belies the enormous respect they share for the traditional material, which makes up their repertoire and it’s only through the level and quality of their performance it suddenly 
becomes wonderfully apparent.

Support on the evening will be provided by Karen & Colin Thompson.

Doors open at 7.15pm for an 8pm start.

There will also be a bar.

Tickets cost £8 and these can be booked for payment on the door through Les Worrall on 01673 843036.

Next month, Chris While and Julie Matthews will be in concert, when support will be from John Blanks.

For more information on these and the many forthcoming concerts at this popular music venue visit the website at
www.faldingworthlive.co.uk