The National Trust’s Penny Pot café in Edale is hosting a series of events throughout 2013, showcasing local artists and performers in a beautiful and cosy Peak District setting.
The yearly calendar of evening events begins on Friday February 8th, where the Penny Pot will be filled with the sounds of Chris and Andrea Wright playing traditional folk music and Helen Appleton (organiser of Matlock’s Story-telling Café) telling tales. The Penny Pot team will serve up a delicious and hearty meal, and all of this will be on offer for just £10 per person.
Simon Atherton, event host and coordinator says: “The Tales and Tunes nights have been great fun and we hope 2013 will be another fantastic year for the event. We've welcomed some wonderful performers to Edale over the past two years and our audiences have come from all over the country to listen to the beautiful music, hear the weird and wonderful stories and to just relax in the informal and fun atmosphere of the night. So bring your friends and family along (and a bottle of something you like!) and enjoy some home-grown talent in the beautiful Edale Valley.”
The next installment of Tales on Tunes is on Friday 15 March, with further events on May 15, September 20 and November 22.
Tales and Tunes costs £10 per person including a hearty meal, including a vegetarian option, is at the Penny Pot Café in Edale (next to Edale Train station) and runs from 7.30 – 10.30pm. To book please call 0844 249 1895 or online http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dark-peak/things-to-see-and-do/events/.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Bookings will close on Friday 1st February.