Acclaimed Lancashire folk trio Harp and a Monkey have built a reputation for doing thins differently and they live up to that when they bring there ongoing project to mark the Centenary of World War 1.
The band, who include an internationally respected WW1 historian, author and broadcaster, have been performing in unusual sites in Britain with different tales to tell of the conflict. As part of a project sponsored by the Arts Council, they have also been documenting the process by recording the performances and interviewing local people with evocative stories.
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Light refreshments and a small bar will be available.