Oct 18th

Bella Ella – a celebration of the life and work of Ella Fitzgerald. Tickets, Fri 18 Oct 2019 at 19:00 | Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bella-ella-a-celebration-of-the-life-and-work-of-ella-fitzgerald-tickets-72375869173

Nicky M

Wed Oct 23rd

8pm-10pm £8  Doors 7.30   bar, but no food tonight.
Price: £8.00
bookings only:
https://www.wegottickets.com/event/481734

DB1

In 2006, after being dumped by his long-term girlfriend, and amidst a growing realisation he had things to learn about sharing, David Bramwell took a year off and decided to travel through Europe and America in search of utopia. On his travels he visited an anarchist community in the heart of Copenhagen, free love communities and a spiritual caravan park in Scotland. 
In America he came to blows with the creator of an incredible futuristic city being built in the Arizona desert and thought he had found paradise in Big Sur’s Esalen, a ‘centre for human potentiality’, dreamed up by Aldous Huxley. 
Then there was Damanhur, a science fiction-style community in the Alps with an underground temple the size of St Paul’s Cathedral, a village of tree houses and with claims to have built a ‘fully-functioning time machine’
Bramwell returned from his travels a year later, inspired and entertained by his adventures. He decided to put into action some of the things he had learned by transforming his neighbourhood in Brighton into his own vision of utopia…
David is a Sony-award winning presenter for BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4 and co-host of the popular podcast, Odditorium. He is also the author of The No9 Bus to Utopia (Unbound) and The Haunted Moustache. ‘A masterful storyteller’ (Radio Times)

Singalong-a-WickerMan

Fri Oct 25th

8pm-10pm £10  Doors 7.30   bar, but no food tonight.

bookings only
Price: £10.00
The direct link for this event is https://www.wegottickets.com/event/481735

DB2It’s back!!

Dust down your best Scottish accent, dress up as your favourite pagan characters and come join in with the singing, bottom-slapping and dialogue of this cult horror and its haunting soundtrack. Your hosts Dr Bramwell and Eliza Skelton will get your voices warmed up with some live music, lead you through the actions and words then, at the Witching Hour, you’ll be given a Pagan Hymn Book and goody bag full of mystery items, the film will roll and may god have mercy on your soul!
A must for all Wickerman fans. Prizes for best costumes!

‘Frankly genius!’ The Guardian
‘Thoroughly enjoyable’ Director Robin Hardy


FRIDAY 1st NOVEMBER
Tickets: £30
Doors open 19.30 for dinner at 20.00

To book places please email:janebombane@yahoo.co.uk

hexit webStarter
Wild mushroom soup, Walnut sourdough bread

Mains
Venison, pumpkin and chestnut ragu braised in cherry beer, with smashed potatoes, kale
or
Braised beetroot stew, pumpkin croquettes, coleslaw remoulade, sticky rice (vegan)

Dessert
Dark Eton Mess, blackberries, Belgian chocolate sauce

Wed Nov 13th 8pm: Tony’s Open Acoustic night

Bookings only please: elizaskelton@sky.com
Bar, but sorry, no food tonight.

Tony G
Every second Wednesday of the month, Tony Graham brings some of his own great songs, and some old and new favourites to Bom-Bane’s.
First Half – a song or two from Tony himself and some other local performers
Second Half- special guests:

Tony’s ‘Open Acoustic Night

2nd Wednesday of the Month
All Acoustic Players, Singers, Poets welcome

Unplugged

Next Session:

Wednesday 13th November

at

Bom-Bane’s

Open for Drinks from 7.30pm – Starts at 8pm

An Intimate Listening Venue : 25 seat capacity, so ..

essential that performers & those wanting to come

email their name(s) to:

tonygraham0@gmail.com or text 07896-574986

By the way, if you’d like to play a couple of songs that night, please email Tony: tonygraham0@gmail.com

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