• Wadhurst Brass Band

Keeping everything crossed for Christmas…

The Commemoration Hall is booked, the Christmas music is being practised and everyone’s fingers are crossed that on Saturday 4 December 2021 at 7:30pm we will be on stage for our annual Christmas Concert.


We’ll still be subject to some restrictions which means we won’t be able to pack out the Commem Hall as much as usual so ticket numbers will be limited and there’ll be no interval drinks or mince pies.


However, after the disappointments and challenges of last year, we hope to be back as festive and joyful as ever and playing plenty of evergreen seasonal favourites and this time with our new Musical Director, Mike West.


Tickets will be available from Carillon Cottage in early November.


For those who are unable to join us at the Christmas Concert, we’ll be playing in and around the village in the run up to the big day and details of confirmed engagements will be posted on our website at www.wadhurstbrassband.org.


If you are interested in playing with the band we have some vacancies for front row cornets and we’d be delighted to welcome a couple more bass players. For more details, please email Denise Beedell on manager@wadhurstbrassband.co.uk.


And if you would like us to play for you, please contact Graham Brant on engagements@wadhurstbrassband.co.uk.


To keep up to date with the details of all our news follow us on Facebook and Twitter using @wadhurstbrassband.

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