Join Forest Arts Centre as we host a weekend of open-air comedy and music on the grounds of Hampshire Cultural Trust's beautiful Rockbourne Roman Villa - all ages welcome! Saturday evening is music from…
Harry Skinner is a founder member of the UK award winning blues band The Producers who, after nearly 30 years of plying his trade as the songwriter and frontman for the band, has branched out as a solo artist.
Harry has toured extensively from Japan to Atlanta USA and New Zealand and all points between playing to audiences in every kind of venue. His music has received airplay worldwide and has been featured on the Paul Jones Radio show on Radio 2 on several occasions. Harry has recorded music with Andy Fairweather Low, Paul Lamb and Ben Waters as well as performing in shows featuring many of the great Blues artists of our time.
2019 saw the release of his first solo album, a collection of blues standards and original tunes, The Sinner’s List, of which Blues Matters magazine said: "if you’re lucky enough to catch him [playing solo], this album would be the perfect memento of a great night". Lockdown year 2020 saw the release of Too Much Water, a more diverse collection of entirely original material reviewed by Fatea Magazine as "...ample reward for taking a detour from your planned path online in these lockdown months. Recommended".
And The Courtiers
A four-piece acoustic folk band influenced by music from both sides of the Atlantic. The courtiers perform a lively and eclectic mix of traditional tunes and original material.
Regularly providing barnstorming shows at folk clubs and festivals, they are known for their energy, musicianship and entertaining banter (not to mention their secret weapon, the foot-based percussive wizardry that leaves audiences both tapping their feet and scratching their heads!)
Event: Saturday 29 May, 7pm
Tickets: £15 adult, £5 11-15 years, £0 under 11s...
Book all three nights to get all adult ticket(s) for £35 (£10 saving)
2. 29 May: Music with Harry Skinner and The Courtiers
3. Plus 30 May: Music with Harare and Still Moving DJs
How it will work
We’ll be seating households and social bubbles at a social distance for the performance, in line with government regulations. Please make sure that booking is for your household/social bubble only. This will give us an idea of how many groups/picnics there will be on the day. If you want to book for someone else who isn’t in your household or social bubble please book their tickets as a new transaction.
Keeping you safe
To help keep everyone safe, we have a number of measures in line with government guidelines. Please look out for an email from us in the run up to the event which will give detailed guidance (please check your spam/junk folders), but these will include:
- Giving you a warm welcome at a safe distance
- Accepting pre-booked tickets only
- Using signage to help you maintain social distance
- Providing hand sanitiser for you to use
- Reducing capacity for this event
- Asking you to limit social interactions before, during and after the event to a group of no more than two households or up to six people from different households
- We encourage audience members aged 11+ to wear a face covering
- Collecting contact details for customers aged 16+ as required for NHS test and trace
- No refreshments will be available on site but you are welcome to bring your own picnic.
- Toilet facilities will be provided and regularly sanitised throughout the event
How to get there
The event location is Rockbourne Roman Villa, Rockbourne Road, Rockbourne, near Fordingbridge, SP6 3PG. This is a rural address therefore please use our postcode with your Sat Nav.
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Please ensure you select the correct ticket(s) option when booking. We will be checking tickets upon arrival and reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone who does not hold the appropriate ticket(s). Activities are subject to change and this event will take place dependent on government guidelines in place at the time