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Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq –

Venue: The Corn Hall
Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq is a viral sensation. His debut album reached number 3 in the Billboard Comedy Album Chart. His performances charm audiences with a unique mix of original material, singalong classics and a sharp vintage wardrobe. 
Wild takes inspiration from the wit and wisdom of the songwriters of the mid-20th century combining them with punk rock sensibilities to create pithy songs full of catchy tunes and social commentary that speak volumes about the times we live in. Expect laughs and plenty of singing along!
Also entertaining you on the night are...

Terence Blacker – singer, songwriter, storyteller - Blacker has been described by Living Tradition magazine as "Nilsson Schmilsson meets Jake Thackray with a little bit of Bonzo Dog thrown in for good measure…" 
Sunday Times says, "We need cheering up right now and this singer-songwriter, sometimes tender, sometimes sardonic, is just the ticket… like a home-grown cross between Georges Brassens and Tom Lehrer.’‘ 

Acoustic Magazine Daisy & The Continentals – play Jug-Band, Country, Ragtime and Swing from the 1920’s onwards, using a variety of well-known instruments and some lesser-known ones, such as the U-Bendaphone, the Doesn’t Matterhorn and the H2Ozaphone (Watering Can). 
Their up-beat songs and infectious humour will have you tapping your feet and laughing your Blues away.
Diss Ukulele Day is a whole day of Ukulele–based activities including:
11.30am: A Big Busk at the Mere’s Mouth
2pm & 3.30pm: Ukulele Workshops at the Corn Hall. 
  * Strumming Patterns Workshop with Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq - CLICK HERE to book
  * Rock & Roll Uke Workshop with Pete Arnold - CLICK HERE to book
5-6pm: Open Mic at the Corn Hall (sign up on the day)

If you have access issues please contact the Box Office on 01379 652241 to complete your booking so we can ensure that your visit is as comfortable and safe as possible. We have a limit on how many wheelchair spaces we can safely accommodate so these need to be reserved in advance.