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After 23 years of the Jazz Bandits, this Wednesday sees the first night of the new trad jazz line up in the hall. £5 members £6 guests. We’ll try to get some photos or video
This Friday evening get 50p off a pint of @ripplebrewery Best Bitter (usually £2.60) or @bythehornsbrew Hopslinger Red Rye (usually £2.90) if you buy a beer festival ticket http://orpingtonliberalclub.co.uk/beer_festival_19.html
Great beers on for Bromley Camra Committee meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) night. We’ve got Portobello Pale 4.0%, Maris Otter Pale Ale with Caragold malts at £2.60. By the Horns Hopslinger Red Rye single hop 5.0% £2.90 and the end of a cask of Gadd’s Ramsgate Dogbolter porter 5.6% £2.90 which will be replaced with Brentwood Chockwork Orange 6.5% chocolate old ale made with oranges £3.00.
Roast Lamb, Chicken and Pork. Yorkshires, stuffing and crackling.. Red cabbage, parsnips, mashed swede and cabbage. Roast potatoes.
Strudel and custard.
Cheesboard and biscuits.
And all for just £7.50!!
Orpington Friday Folk guest night in the hall tonight features Martin Young.
An English folk singer with his roots firmly in the tradition. He is also a songwriter who’s songs are being performed by Leith Kendrick and Martin Wyndham–Read among others.
Describes himself as ‘The Complete folk entertainer’ His talents include folk singer, songwriter, guitarist, barn dance caller and workshop leader.
Entry to the hall is £7, including a strip of raffle tickets.
This Sunday we’ve got a carvery for just £7.50 a head for two courses with a choice of meats or vegetarian option.
Plus a choice of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Valpolicella, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay or rose wines for the wine drinkers, all at £2.30 a glass or for real ale drinkers Portobello Pale 4.0% £2.60, or Gadd’s Ramsgate Brewery Dogbolter 5.6% £2.90
To book email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Lucas from Kissingate receives his runner up award for Black Cherry Mild at the Beckenham Beer Festival 2012 from Bromley CAMRA.