TICKETS are still on sale for Arts Alive’s show at Whitchurch Rugy Club this October as part of the Blackberry Fair celebrations.

The show, 'Mountain Music', will take place on the second day of screening on Wednesday, October 4.

The event starts at 7.30pm and will take viewers on a “journey of musical migration” to the birth of country music.


A spokesperson for the event said: “Follow the English and Irish settlers out to America with their Celtic sounds.

“Travel back to when music lived through community sharing and offered a vital connection to the family left behind.

“With storytelling and live music it promises to be a great night of entertainment brought to us by Little Bulb Theatre and Farnham Maltings.”

Olivier Award-winning company and seasoned community tourers, Little Bulb, will create an unforgettable tapestry of culture, migration and history, exploring the roots of Americana and its impact on popular music today. 

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Mountain Music, developed by Little Bulb in collaboration with Farnham Maltings, toured to village halls in 2019.

The show is suitable for all ages 12 and upwards.

The tickets are priced at £12 for adults, £6 for under-16s and £30 for a family of up to five and they are available of the Arts Alive site or on 07506 724572.