Prelude (and pie and peas supper)

Friday,13 December at 7.30 pm (doors 7.00 pm) 

Admission £10

The legendary folk rockers, Prelude, are back playing fantastic folk rock in a similar style to other north east legends, The Caffreys and Lindisfarne. High quality music and excellent song writing means that this three-piece band always produce brilliant performances. Originally formed in 1970 in their native Gateshead, the band achieved an unlikely top 20 hit in 1973 with a cover of Neil Young's back-to-the-land lament 'After The Goldrush'.. With many other top class recordings behind them the band are still touring and thrilling audiences around the country. 

The current line-up consists of original members (husband and wife) Brian and Irene Hulme, ex Fortunes drummer
Paul Hooper and bass player Keith Tulip.

Catch them while you can!   

A pie and peas supper (with veggie alternative) will be available at a price of £6 per head. Orders (with payment) should be placed with a committee member or by contacting John Siddle on 01229 885200 or at by Sunday, 8 December.  

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Cabaret style seating. Bring your own drinks and nibbles.

Tickets available on the door or in advance from

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