Welcome to our 28th Arts Festival. Not long before our first event, the ever-popular Quiz Night!
This year's events
Tickets for all events available from firstname.lastname@example.org Jon on 07808 314141 or The Green School Shop, Ramsey.
Friday 20 July
The Cosmic Sausages
Presented in conjunction with Upwood Village Hall Performing Arts Events.
Carlton House, Upwood at 6.45pm
With a repertoire of hundreds of songs, melodies and theme tunes, the Cosmic Sausages take their audience on a madcap musical tour of the world, meeting up with James Bond, Serge Gainsbourg, the Mafia, deranged cowboys, faith healers, Cossacks and overacting popstars along the way.
Appearing first as a gentle folk band and armed only with acoustic instruments, close harmonies and a shared vision of the surreal, the Cosmic Sausages ambush their audience with a sustained barrage of pop classics, mixing theatre, circus, slapstick, competitions, crowd participation and insane walkabouts.
If fine, this event will take place in the garden of Carlton House, Upwood (courtesy of Lindsey & Peter Somerfield), or Upwood Village Hall if wet.
Call 07709 930398 or email email@example.com
Saturday 20 October
Drill Hall at 7pm
Following on from the Rock Night in April, this will be more of a dance-orientated event akin to "Bring Back the 60s" last year. More details soon...
Tickets - TBC
Bar available Bring your own snacks and nibbles.
Saturday 17 March
Bury Village Hall at 7pm
Time to make up your teams (no more than six) for this year's head-scratcher.
Bring your own drinks and snacks.
The quiz will start at 7.30 prompt.
Saturday 14 April
with The Phantoms & Treble Damage
The Drill Hall. Doors 7pm
In response to continuing massive demand, Ramsey Arts Festival proudly presents another live music event at The Drill Hall in Ramsey following on from the success of Who's Who in 2016 and The Abbey Road 5 in 2017.
The Phantoms, from West London, were formed in 2000 and this is their first ever public gig in these parts. Covering all eras from the early 60s through to the present day, The Phantoms regularly pack out pubs in the West London area. More details at: www.thephantoms.biz
Treble Damage are one of the top live draws in Cambridgeshire featuring blistering rock and blues covers and one of the best guitarists you could ever hope to see. More details at www.trebledamage.co.uk
Bar available. Bring your own snacks and nibbles.
Tuesday 31 July
with Ouse Washes Molly
Jolly Sailor, Ramsey at 8pm
A welcome return for Peterborough Morris as they perform traditional English Morris dances in the Cotswold tradition. Peterborough Morris perform mostly traditional dances in the styles of various villages in the south Midlands of England, a form known as Cotswold Morris. This is usually performed with hankies or sticks and is probably what most people associate with the term "Morris Dancing". Cotswold dances are from in or around Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. More info at: www.peterboroughmorris.co.uk or call 01733 844003.
This year they will be joined by Ouse Washes Molly dancers who have been performing the traditional molly dances of the Fens since 1984. Based in Norfolk, they regularly perform at major international festivals in the UK and beyond. Their powerful dances and mysterious stories from the depths of the Fens provide audiences with a memorable experience. More info at: www.ousewashesmolly.uk
Call 01733 235817 or email