The Cheese and Grain are delighted to announce that live music will be returning to the venue starting Friday 20th November. The venue’s new look café bar and box office will be re-opening starting Monday 2nd November.
The venue’s limited capacity socially distanced seated shows will be the first live music at the venue since March. To ensure the safety of all users of the venue the Cheese and Grain we will be implementing strict social distancing measures and tickets will only be able to be purchased in parties of 2, 4 or 6.
Tickets for each event are very limited and go on sale this Sunday at 7pm via www.cheeseandgrain.com .
Friday 20th – The Unravelling Wilburys
Saturday 21st – John Otway
Friday 27th – Ruzz Guitar’s Blues Revue
Friday 4th – Coldplace – Coldplay tribute band
Saturday 5th –Mad Dog Mcrea
Friday 11th – Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip
Saturday 12th – Beans on Toast
Tuesday 15th – Rural Music Network Tour
Friday 18th – Lucy Spraggan
Saturday 19th – Roy Stride – Scouting For Girls Acoustic
*Please note the on sale date for Coldplace & Beans On Toast will be later next week, exact details tbc.
Highlights include multi-million selling pop-rock band SCOUTING FOR GIRLS’ ROY STRIDE playing a special one-off acoustic show playing all the bands hits including “She’s So Lovely”, “Heartbeat” and “Elvis Ain’t Dead”. Merging elements of hip hop, acoustic and guitar and pop, singer-songwriter LUCY SPRAGGAN is proving to be one of the most interesting, unpredictable, and exciting acts on the circuit.
MAD DOG MCREA blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and ‘shake your ass’ music. From self-penned songs of adventure, drinking, love and life, to traditional songs of gypsies, fairies, legless pirates and black flies – Mad Dog never fail to capture their audience with their infectious songs.
Folk troubadour BEANS ON TOAST tours constantly and has gigged and played festivals all over the world. The Beans on Toast live show is an odd and unpredictable experience. A singer, songwriter and storyteller his self-deprecating quality is not something you often see, but it breaks down the barrier between musician and audience, creating a sense of equality.
The surreal punk, funk, electric comedy phenomenon MIK ARTISTIK’S EGO TRIP return to the West Country. The trio have a growing national reputation after being championed by the likes of Iggy Pop, Tom Robinson and have played 100 shows over the last 11 Glastonbury Festivals. JOHN OTWAY is a totally unique performer and self-confessed “Rock & Roll’s Greatest Failure with his hilarious on-stage antics having to be seen to be believed!
Firm local favourites THE UNRAVELLING WILBURYS return stealing the big hits of the supergroup The Travelling Wilburys, also playing some of the hits of the best of their incognito members, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne and Bob Dylan. A powerful mix of Soul injected Blues/R’n’B/Rock’n’Roll will be on display as RUZZ GUITAR’S BLUES REVUE headline a fantastic event with special guest Pete Gage.
The newly refurbished Grain Café Bar will be re-opening alongside the venue’s box office from Monday 2nd November. With both open from 10am – 8pm, Monday to Saturday, with the café offering speciality teas and coffee’s with some exciting new food options in the early evening.