This Ticketing service is new for 2017. It is a little bit clunky because we don't have shed loads of money for a swanky web site and we aren't using a ticket agency to keep processing costs to a minimum. (There is a £0.60 surcharge per ticket for using Paypal - a darned sight cheaper than the £1.50 or so charged by the ticket agencies!!).

Click on Add to Cart and a Paypal page will pop up. On this page you can change the quantity of tickets that you would like. If you would like to order tickets for more than one concert simply click Add to Cart for the next concert. This will add a ticket to the Paypal page.

Once you have all of the tickets that you need, check out on the Paypal page to complete your purchase. You will then receive a Paypal e mail to confirm your purchase. Bring this e mail with you on the night of the concert and you will be able to collect your tickets on the door.

We haven't set up tickets for under 16s as we don't charge for them. If you are bringing one or two don't worry, we will fit them in without a ticket. If you are bringing a bus load please let us know so that we can find space for them.

The Churchfitters' Christmas Cracker - 16th December

£ 12.60 

The Churchfitters is a folk band like no other.

A bass guitar made out of a frying pan. Heart-wrenching vocals accompanied by a musical saw. Foot-stompingly fast fiddle mixed with infectious funk-rock bouzouki. And traditional tunes reinvigorated with mesmerising jazz sax. The four virtuoso musicians from England and France strut their stuff on a stage that bristles with instruments - adding flute, banjo, dulcimer, tin whistle, guitar, ukulele, stand up dustbin bass and a sackful of percussion to their ensemble.

And let’s not forget the unique ‘bing-bong’ machine made out of hack-saw blades. Throw in some exquisite harmonies, a slew of startlingly original songs and a few jokes that create instant rapport and you’ve got a high energy show that always leaves audiences cheering. How do you adequately describe such a musically diverse, uplifting band?

You leave it to Mike Harding, a self-confessed ‘huge, huge fan’. He calls them 'totally brilliant and beautiful'.