Here are the details of the upcoming Church House Concerts. Most are all held at the Church House  in South Tawton, Nr South Zeal, Nr Okehampton. For directions click here. If the concert is in the Victory Hall, South Zeal further information is available by clicking here

Church House has a maximum capacity of about 50 people so please do book in advance.  The Seven Stars pub is opposite Church House and there are two other pubs in the nearby village of South Zeal (  Kings Arms, Oxenham Arms  ) where you can have a drink or book for meals before the concert. You are welcome to bring drinks from home or the pub to the concerts. Tea and Coffee etc will be served during the interval. There are some glasses that you can borrow in Church House if you do bring your own.  So please do come along and join us for some great music in a great setting. Here is a link to give you a flavour of the venue

You can book tickets by using the links provided on the site, let us know what tickets you would like and we will confirm the booking by email. We will update the website if all the tickets have been sold. If you have any problems email us at bookings@liveandacoustic.co.uk

There is limited seating available so it is advisable to book in advance

Jack Rutter and Greg Russell
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Friday 12th October 2018 8:00pm,  in Church House, South Tawton - Tickets £10  

You may know them individually as one half of the duo Ciaren Algar and Greg Russell or one third of the trio Moore, Moss, Rutter - but now Greg Russell & Jack Rutter are back in Church House for an evening with a difference. There will be two mini concerts with a solo spot from Jack and a solo spot from Greg and they will end the evening coming together for a few final tunes and songs.


Rosie Hood and Lucy Huzzard
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Friday 23rd November 2018 8:00pm,  in Church House, South Tawton - Tickets £8

A folk singer/songwriter from Wiltshire, Rosie Hood is known for her strong, pure voice and captivating performances. A BBC Performing Arts Fellow in 2015 and a 2016 Horizon Award nominee, Rosie has become more than purely a traditional singer. Having learnt folk songs from an early age, Rosie has a keen interest in the history of traditional songs, particularly those of her native Wiltshire, where she has spent time researching in the local archives and developing a broad repertoire of local songs. June 2017 saw Rosie Hood release her first full-length solo album The Beautiful & The Actual, a collection of old and new folk songs, described by The Guardian as “a classy arrival” ****.
Melodeon player Lucy Huzzard is perhaps best-known for her clog dancing in the Demon Barbers' Lock In show and her work with Third Beat Dance Collective. Lucy studied on Newcastle University's Folk Degree as well as at the Eric Sahlström Institutet in Sweden.