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Saturday 22nd September 2018

The Charlton Blues Kings sponsored by Charles Hook Francis & Crest Nicholson : 9:15pm

Free Entry

We are thrilled to welcome The Charlton Blues Kings to UTEA as part of Wotton Blues Fest.

The Charlton Blues Kings are a 5 piece Rhythm and Blues band from Gloucestershire who serve up vintage, up-tempo, good-time music from the 50’s Chicago Blues of Muddy Waters and Little Walter, to the West Coast Jump & Swing Blues of T-Bone Walker, Jimmy McCracklin and William Clarke.



Please join us Saturday day for some blues workshops all at UTEA are as follows:

Harmonica Ben Hewlett - 1030am start
Acoustic Guitar - Phil Harris - 1200 start
Keyboard - Mark Faulkner - 1:30pm start
Slide Guitar - Steve Page - 3pm start
Blues Tutorial - Ben Hewlett & Steve Page - 4:15pm start


Advance booking is essential as there are limited places available.
Please call 07594 648185 or email workshops@wottonbluesfest.org to secure your place.
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WOTTON BLUES FEST - WORKSHOPS at UTEA : 10:30am - 5pm

Please join us Saturday for some FREE blues workshops all at UTEA as follows:

Harmonica Ben Hewlett - 1030am start
Acoustic Guitar - Phil Harris - 1200 start
Keyboard - Mark Faulkner - 1:30pm start
Slide Guitar - Steve Page - 3pm start
Blues Tutorial - Ben Hewlett & Steve Page - 4:15pm start


Advance booking is essential as there are limited places available.
Please call 07594 648185 or email workshops@wottonbluesfest.org to secure your place.
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Sunday 23rd September 2018

BLUES FEST JAM AT UTEA : 9.30 am - 12.30 pm

Blues Fest jam @ UTEA.

Our usual Friday Night Blues Jam crew are getting together for a special Blues Fest Jam at UTEA.
This is an invitation to join in and play 'the blues' as part of a band. You can bring your instruments along, sing or just enjoy a morning cuppa and tap along to the groove!

All levels of ability welcome.

Thursday 27th September 2018

SOLD OUT - GLASS CAGE : 8pm

“You have cancer. Any questions?”

Raw, hilarious and brutally honest - one woman’s true story of her cancer journey and survival. A brave 'warts and all' play written by Jacky Tolfree who "tells it how it is" about her recent experience of breast cancer.

“You’re not going to look like a smurf are you?"

Performed by Jacky's friends, a mix of local actors and newcomers to the stage, Glass Cage is very moving and extremely funny.

Wotton local Jacky Tolfree, mother of 4, runs drama workshops and writes plays for children at UTEA, as well as having a full time career. This is the first play Jacky has written for adults.

“We carry on with our life as if nothing is going to beat us, and it won’t. Because we will get through this for the kids and for each other. Agreed?"

Contains strong language. Not suitable for young children. Parental guidance recommended.

Performed for 2 nights only at Under the Edge Arts.

Featuring an introduction by Jacky Tolfree, poem by local poet Rosy Langley and piano music by Paul Groom.
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Friday 28th September 2018

SOLD OUT - GLASS CAGE Friday : 8pm

“You have cancer. Any questions?”

Raw, hilarious and brutally honest - one woman’s true story of her cancer journey and survival. A brave 'warts and all' play written by Jacky Tolfree who "tells it how it is" about her recent experience of breast cancer.

“You’re not going to look like a smurf are you?"

Performed by Jacky's friends, a mix of local actors and newcomers to the stage, Glass Cage is very moving and extremely funny.

Wotton local Jacky Tolfree, mother of 4, runs drama workshops and writes plays for children at UTEA, as well as having a full time career. This is the first play Jacky has written for adults.

“We carry on with our life as if nothing is going to beat us, and it won’t. Because we will get through this for the kids and for each other. Agreed?"

Contains strong language. Not suitable for young children. Parental guidance recommended.

Performed for 2 nights only at Under the Edge Arts.

Featuring an introduction by Jacky Tolfree, poem by local poet Rosy Langley and piano music by Paul Groom.
» more detail

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