Sunday, March 20, 2011
South Petherton, Somerset
4 Parts Guitar - changed see full description
Roundwell Street South Petherton, Somerset TA13 5AA
phone: 01460 240 340
Update 17th March
I'm sad to report that due to John Etheridge being ill, the 18th March Bristol concert has been postponed.
The remaining two concerts for this Saturday and Sunday will be going ahead in a trio format.
Get Well soon our John.
4 Parts Guitar are Gordon Giltrap, Raymond Burley, John Etheridge and Clive Carroll.
For those who would like to know more have a look at their various websites.
The David Hall, is run by The Petherton Arts Trust, a non-profit making body. It is renowned for its range of top quality musical events. "The small hall with a big reputation" is situated in Somerset's Village of the Year 2005.
The Hall now has comfy new chairs taking the seating capacity is up to 130, and terrific acoustics!
You can book and pay for your tickets via their web site. Click Here They use Paypal - an internationally recognised web payment service. It is totally secure and means that your ticket is instantly paid for and reserved in your name. You will receive a confirmatory email with your booking reference number on it. On the night of the event, simply give your name and booking reference number to the person on the desk and they will be happy to give you your ticket. This system is ticketless.
Other ways to book:
At the Box Office. Open Weds & Fri from 11 am to 2pm.
On the night (Beware, they often sell out for the most popular events so you could be disappointed)
In the village at N & D News (formerly Coads) opposite the Blake Hall.
By Post - Please enclose a cheque made out to 'Petherton Arts Trust' (NOT The David Hall) and enclose a stamped addressed envelope. - If you do not enclose a SAE your tickets will be held on the door. They will also hold tickets ordered too late to send out by post.
E-mail: Click here
Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.