**These stories that have always been told for adult audiences. They are complex and thought provoking and are not suitable for young children.**
A range of live music throughout the year
The Assembly Room at Midsomer Town Hall is the premier venue for live music concerts in the town. We have a range of concerts throughout the year from folk to piano trio, jazz to opera. This page brings you information on our regular Paradis Palm Court Trio concerts as well as the latest news on the range of unique one-off concerts that are announced throughout the year.
First Thursday Afternoon Social
@ Welton Rovers Football Club
Next up: Thursday 4th May 2017, 2pm-5pm
Since its launch the monthly First Thursday at Welton Rovers FC has developed into a popular event in the social calendar. Local entertainer Terry Andrews provides a blend of musical entertainment, laughter and even a bit of bingo with hot and cold refreshments available from the bar. The Social is the perfect chance to have a laugh, make new friends and dance or foot tap the afternoon away!
It’s great to see so many people coming out and enjoying live music in the Town and new faces always receive a warm welcome. So if you’re at a loose end on Thursday at 2pm, why not come on down to Welton Rovers?
These concerts are supported by grants from Midsomer Norton Town Council.
Paradis Palm Court Trio
First Friday of every month
Next up: Friday 5th May 2017, 12.30pm
Paradis Palm Court Trio (Jacquelyn Bevan – piano, Lisa Betteridge – violin & Linda Stocks – cello) play a lunch-hour concert, 12.30-1.30pm on the first Friday of each month in the Assembly Room at Midsomer Norton Town Hall. Each concert is themed and comprises pieces of music in a wide range of styles. Rosemary’s delicious home-made cakes are on sale, along with tea & coffee.
These concerts are supported by grants from Midsomer Norton Town Council which enables us to offer them free of charge. Donations are vital to keep the series going, so please give generously.
with support from Harriet Brixey
Saturday 6th May 2017, 7pm
Presidents Night will be a great evening of the very best music featuring popular local band The Sneakers and talented soloist Harriet Brixey the Somerset Event Singer. We’ll be raising money on the night to support Midsomer Norton Illuminated Carnival, the largest and most glittering event in the area during an evening hosted by our new President Steve Collins who was previously Chair of the charity for the last ten years.
The Sneakers are a legendary local band with a passion for lively performances of the very best 60’s music. Band members are Paul on drums, Billy on bass and vocals and Dave rhythm guitar and vocals – One not to miss
Harriet Brixey the Somerset Events Singer just loves to sing, she’s well known as a seasoned Carnivalite so we’re especially pleased she’s agreed to perform at our Presidents Night. She’s a very capable and talented singer with performances including front of curtain at the prestigious Bridgwater Concert series.
It’s all set to be a spectacular night of truly local music for a great local charity held in the very heart of the town and if that’s not enough to make you want to purchase your ticket we’ll also have a bar and some food.
Somer Valley Singers
Saturday 13th May, 7.30pm
Bath Festivals Present:
Richard Selby and David Metcalfe – Outsiders and Outcasts
Thursday 25th May, 7.30pm
Richard Selby and David Metcalfe return to Midsomer Norton for an evening of folk tales and music. Hear the story of Lilith, Adam’s first wife and of Conal Crovi branded an outlaw but one who was responsible for the survival of a Great Irish King. With ballads of Ghosts and Dead Knights this performance explores the worlds of heroic outcasts and outsiders.