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Brian In Bewdley...

Posted: Thursday 13th October

Brian In Bewdley...

Brian Sharp Musical Breaks are once again holding an event at the Mercure Kidderminster Hotel (formerley Ramada Hotel), Habberley Road, Kidderminster, DY12 1LJ, which runs from Tuesday18th until Thursday 20th October 2011.
The three day event presented by the legendary Brian Sharp, former resident organist at La Reserve, Sutton Coldfield and many other Midland venues during the late seventies and eighties, also features concerts of popular music performed by top organ and keyboard players Byron Jones, Ian Griffin and David Ingley plus an evening of comedy with Andy Oakley.
Whilst the event is basically a residential festival with attendees from all over the country, local day visitors will also be very welcome as there is ample capacity and excellent parking facilities at the hotel.
Day tickets cost £5 for each day and are available, along with further details from George Ingley on 01384 274500, or 0773 269 1840 during the event.
The hotel is set in over 20 acres, located just one mile from the picturesque riverside village of Bewdley, in the heart of rural Worcestershire. The whole area is surrounded by spectacular countryside with the Cotswolds, Malvern, and Clent Hills all within an hours drive. The West Midlands Safari Park and Bewdley Station on the Severn Valley Steam Railway are also located within a mile of the hotel.
For visitors planning to spend the whole day with us, the hotel does a good selection of bar snacks, and at additional cost, arrangements can be made for visitors to join the residents for the evening meal.
For further details please contact George Ingley by telephone on 01384 274500 (mobile 0773 269 1840 during the event) or via email.

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