Oxjam Beeston Takeover 2017, 17:30–18:00 Rambling Rosh at The Greyhound
About Rambling Rosh:
Wandering musician extraordinaire! Former singer/songwriter, now turned to playing mandolin and tenor banjo. Plays an eclectic mixture of ragtime, traditional Irish, bluegrass, indie and pop classics. Typically plays Bohemian venues around the East Midlands including The Alley Café, The Maze, Crocus Café, The Jam Café, and has played for promoters such as I’m not from London, Save our Scene, and Acoustickle.
About The Greyhound:
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The Greyhound is a "fringe" venue which is not part of the main festival and will be playing music all day, putting on their own programme and collecting donations for Oxfam. You don't need a wristband.
Check their website below for their lineup
- Rudyards Tea House, about 1 minute away, is playing music from 12.00pm to 2.45pm
- Rye Café & Bar, about 2 minutes away, is playing music from 2.00pm to 11.30pm
- Pottle of Blues, about 2 minutes away, is playing music from 1.30pm to 5.30pm
- The Bean, about 2 minutes away, is playing music from 1.30pm to 4.40pm