Forthcoming Concerts with ticket links

Most concerts start at 8.00 pm. Doors open 7.30 pm *

* 20th May event with Three Inch Fools is a matinee starting at 5.30pm (doors open 4.30pm)

21 April 2023

The Boot Heel Playboys

The Boot Heel Playboys play authentic Western Swing in the vein of Bob Wills, Tex Williams and Spade Cooley. Phil, Chris, Tim, Ewan, Pat, Dave, David and David J. play guitar, fiddle, keyboards, steel guitar, bass, brass and drums.

“Absolutely Great Band” Victor Chetcuti.

Tickets: £12.10 online at or £13 on the door (if there are any left).

Doors open 7.30pm Event starts 8.00pm.

Saturday 20th May

Three Inch Fools perform As You Like It

This is an outdoor matinee performance

Doors 4.30pm Event starts 5.30pm

Join us as The Fools take on Shakespeare’s story of rustic revelry in the Forest of Arden. Rosalind and Celia are on the run, Orlando is practising his passionate yet pathetic attempts at poetry, and a cohort of boisterous lords are rubbing shoulders with a company of country bumpkins. Taking on far too many characters between them, we present three exhausted actors trying to pull off this impossible feat. As Shakespeare so famously said: love is merely a madness, and so is this production.

We offer a range of ticket prices for this event including reduced price Early Bird tickets and Family Tickets: Click on for details.

Bring a picnic and a blanket and a chair to sit on – refreshments will be on sale.

SATURDAY 10th June

Guitar Double Bill with Iago Banet and Craig Papworth

Tickets £11 online from or £12 on the door (if there are any left).

Iago Banet is the Galician guitar wizard rated as “Highly Recommended” at the 2023 Celtic Connection Festival. Craig Papworth is the Towcestrian guitar wizard, a stalwart of the local scene.

Doors open 7.30pm Event starts 8.00pm

15 September

Wayward Jane

Coming to Stony from Edinburgh Wayward Jane’s music is an innovative ‘transatlantic’ interpretation of American folk and Old Time traditions, blending roots material with fresh arrangements and original compositions. Their rich sound features fiddle, clawhammer banjo, double bass, guitar, wooden flute and close vocal harmonies. Their live shows have a joyful energy, expressing the fine musicianship of the band members as well as the friendship and playful chemistry that exists between them. Ranging in mood from high-octane, toe-tapping tunes to tender and soulful songs, Wayward Jane tend to leave audiences with a glow in their hearts.

Tickets £11 from £12 on door (if there are any left).

Doors open 7.30pm Event starts at 8.00pm

20 October

Track Dogs

Coming from Madrid this quartet play “Some of the most addictive folk melodies of the decade. A wholesome and electrifying act, Track Dogs change the face of music with their vibrant and invigorating songs”

Tickets £16.50 from

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