Coming soon to The Plough Shepreth……

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Friday 10th November – Friday 29th December 2017 – RHEE GALLERY – Free Entry
CURRENT ART EXHIBITION  – “A SENSE OF PLACE”

Hatty Richmond, Katy Bailey, Sheena Davies, Jon Harris, Sam Harris and Joe Dean.

3 ladies, 3 men, six artists. All Cambridge based.

A mixture of painting, charcoals, nudes, landscapes, portraits, watercolours, oils and more…..


Every Monday – 8:30pm – MANDOLIN STAGE – Free Entry
LIVE MUSIC – “OpenPlough” –  Sessions 

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Every Monday we open up our Mandolin Stage to all musicians, singers, poets and percussionists. All genres, ages and instruments welcome, so do come and watch, sing or play. Bring your own instruments or borrow ours. Play alone, with friends, or with members of our somewhat loose, but enthusiastic House Band. If you would like a slot on the stage any Monday, please drop a brief email to nick.davis@theploughshepreth.co.uk.


Thursday 7th December 2017 – 8:00pm – MANDOLIN STAGE – Free Entry
LIVE MUSIC – “Folk@ThePlough presents… Darkhorse”

December’s Folk@ThePlough features Plough debutantes, but Cambridge favourites Darkhorse. A five-piece covers band with a difference, and that difference is swing. A traditional guitar-bass-drums-vocals line up is augmented by liberal amounts of sax and flute. Your favourite songs with a hugely upbeat twist.


Sunday 10th December 2017 – 7:00pm – Mandolin Stage – Free Entry
LIVE MUSIC – “Folk@ThePlough presents… The Sunday Folk Sessions”

On Sunday 10th December…..From 7pm till 10pm, Folk@ThePlough are hosting an open Folk Session…Tunes (all styles and traditions) – Songs, Stories, Poetry…….whatever you wish it to be . Come along and play together, take a solo spot or just listen. We are hoping to make this a regular event….so come along and shape its future.


Wednesday 13th December 2017 – 8:0pm – Rhee gallery – £5
COMEDY MUSICAL – Paul Richards and something that vaguely resembles a choir presents… – “The Complete History of Christmas Music In An Hour”

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One Hour – 45 Christmas songs – One choir – One lanky host who has no control over the room whatsoever – Part comedy – Part musical – Part quiz – One Total Drunken Singalong…. Well Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas now would it? Ladies and Gentlemen, tickets for this fine evening of festive fantasticness are available HERE.


Saturday 16th December 2017 – 8:00pm – Rhee Gallery – £10 (plus booking fee)
LIVE MUSIC – “Ben Smith & Jimmy Brewer”

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When Joan Armatrading launched her ‘local talent’ search for acts to support her on tour in 2012, she was looking for original artists from all over the UK to showcase their work. Ben Smith and Jimmy Brewer were two of the acts chosen, and in 2015 she called them back to support her again on her first ever solo tour. They met each other at an industry showcase that was organised by Joan, and started writing together at the suggestion of some publishers they met there.

They originally intended to just write together, but after realising that they had a natural affinity for each other’s styles they soon decided to start playing live too, and their first gig as a duo was supporting Joan in November 2015 in front of a thousand people. They have played many gigs since then, and recently they showcased at The Americana Music Association UK 2017 conference and awards in London. Their voices complement each other in a way that is redolent of some of the greatest musical partnerships, their playing styles intertwine beautifully and the songs they write combine traditional storytelling with a modern twist that will leave you humming them for days.

Performing upstairs in The Rhee Gallery, this intimate performance is not to be missed. Tickets are available HERE.

For a little taster filmed at Bob Harris’ Under The Apple Tree Sessions click here. More about Ben & Jimmy here.


Monday 18th December 2017 – 6:30pm – MANDOLIN STAGE – Free Entry
LIVE MUSIC – “Christmas Carolling At The Plough”

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Our very favourite night of the year! Come join us for our annual Christmas Carol event. Mulled Wine, Mince Pies, Roasted Chestnuts and a Christmas Raffle, combine with a hearty sing along with choir and instrumentation. All your favourite carols here to be enjoyed with friends and family, with all proceeds donated to Shepreth Church and Shepreth Village Hall.


Wednesday 20th December 2017 – 8:00pm – £23 per person (£22 online)
VERA’S GIN CLUB – “No. 29 Gin & Jamas ’17”

So, the annual onesie-fest that is Gin & Jamas returns again this December. Effectively, Vera’s Christmas Gin Party! Five of this year’s favourite gins to revisit, plus, of course, the usual Christmassy fun and frolics, Vera’s Nibbles, and a G&T of your favourite from the evening to finish. Ticket’s available to book HERE.


Tuesday 26th December 2017 – 11:00am – Free
COMMUNITY EVENT – “Shepreth Village Boxing Day Walk”

 

Join us and The Friends of The River Shep for our annual Boxing Day Walk along the river to Fowlmere and back. An hour’s walk is all you need to shift that excess mince pie from the day before. No need to book, just turn up in stout boots or wellies at 11:00am, and bring the whole family. Of course, refreshment is on tap and available at The Plough both before and afterwards!


Wednesday 27th December 2017 – 8:00pm – £1.00 Entry Fee
PUB QUIZ – “Six New Year Rounds with Tom Canning”

Well, we were going to skip December’s quiz, given that there’s rather a lot going on, but uproar ensued! “No, Tom Canning no” they cried, “Do not deny us our fix of challenging enquiries peppered with a smattering of smut!”. So, unpickle your brains and get the cogs whirring again, and get your good selves down to December’s Six Rounds with Tom Canning. There will be a few New Year themed questions no doubt…