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The Critters The Bear Hotel in Devizes

PUBLISHED: 22:41 21 May 2012 | UPDATED: 21:24 20 February 2013

The welcome return of this acclaimed six piece soul/ska band with jazz inflections. The Critters feature Griff Daniels, Steve Loudoun, Nikki Mascall and Paul Hartshorn.

The welcome return of this acclaimed six piece soul/ska band with jazz inflections. The Critters feature Griff Daniels, Steve Loudoun, Nikki Mascall and Paul Hartshorn.


In addition the band has a tight rhythm section, soaring slide guitar and a brass section to die for. Come and experience toe tapping, happy party music with finger-licking grooves that'll get to your feet and bring a smile to your face.


Admission 5


Doors open 7.30 with music from 9.0pm.


Future Cellar Bar events:



31st May. Open Mic night Free



1st June Andy Davis 5.00



8th June Spoonful 4.00



15th June Sgt Peppers Only Dartboard Band 8.00



22nd The Mike Hoddinott Allstars 5.00



28th June. Open Mic Night Free


Anyone who would like to take part in this year's Devizes has Talent show on Wed 5th and Saturday 8th September would be most welcome and entry forms can be obtained from Hotel reception.


Every Tuesday afternoon we have musical entertainment in the Lounge Bar from 3.0 to 4.0pm.


Tuesday 22nd May we have Barry Dean at the piano playing Blues and Jazz.


Come along for a relaxed afternoon and good company. Admission is free.


The Bear Hotel 2-3 The Market Place Devizes Wilts SN10 1HS


01380 722444


www.thebearhotel.net

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