Barnstaple Fringe to offer music in town's wine bars and cafés

Barnstaple's theatre, wine bars and cafes will get rocked over the nest fifteen days with everything, from blues, hip hops to folks along with many gigs. And believe it or not, all are for free. The Barnstaple Fringe starts on 18th October, Thursday. Earlier this festival used to take place during the North Devon Festival in June. Headliners include Get The Blessing, Seckou Keita and Seth Lakeman.

So if you want to listen to quality jazz and blues music, then you have to go to the Barnstaple Fringe on Thursdays before rising the tempo for Latin on Friday evenings. On Sunday, at the Boston Tea Party, people will get a scope to relax with cake, coffee and some soulful music from two top singer-songwriters from that region. On Monday, there will be a eclecticist solo showcase at Lilico’s.

Claire Thomson, the Barnstaple Fringe programmer told that everything begins with Blues Shouter and Connie Lush on Thursday. People will love to listen to Lush as she is a brilliant musician.

This week’s gig begins with Connie Lush at Clayton's. On 19th October, The Paper Moon Band will perform from 9 9m at Clayton’s. On 21st October, Phil King will performance will start from 2 pm at Boston Tea Party. The gigs will end on 25th October with Jazz vocals from Sarah Ellen that will start from 9 pm at Claytons.

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