BBC Radio 4 presenter and author Dr Bramwell, delivers two illustrated talks in his own inimitable style. The evening will begin by exploring the history of British ghost villages, a talk which incorporates haunted islands, weird MOD land, the UKs little-known second royal family, Dr Who, ladybird plagues, drowned villages and a haunted cupboard.
There will be a short break for cake then, in the second half, he’ll be sharing his passion for some of the world’s greatest postal pranks, with particular focus on Victorian trickster Reginald Bray who, over his lifetime, posted over 30,000 singular items through the newly formed Royal Mail. To say any more would spoil it. 
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Thursday 19 July 2018 booking now –

Bina Williamson: Concert with food beforehand: £25 for the night


                                           THE MOON SHINED ON MY BED
                            All acoustic concert of traditional songs and tunes
As many of you  already know Bina has been performing professionally for about 20 years mainly as a duo with her husband Robin Williamson . They have played Bom-Bane’s many times before.
But this time, Bina returns with a solo concert of  hauntingly beautiful songs and tunes from her  forthcoming solo album THE MOON SHINED ON MY BED.
She is accompanied by Robin on harp, guitar, mandolin and fiddle. Bina plays bowed psaltery, long- neck dulcimer and autoharp.
This evening at Bom-Bane’s is going to be an absolute enchantmentnot to be missed!!
“Bina sings with the melodious sweetness of a song bird that’s flown the length of the Silk Road and nestled in the heart of England.”
Robin Williamson
“Really beautiful singing”
Martin Carthy
“Enthralling “
Glasgow Herald
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