Only One World Club, but plenty of free talent

Plenty of talent, and all for free
Plenty of talent, and all for free
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THE One World Club – the monthly arts social where you get to enjoy an avalanche of musical and artistic talent for free, returns with its Christmas date this Monday evening.

Slick singer George Anthony is all about the swing era, and event organiser Andrew Gilbert is pleased as punch to have booked this fella.

“When I first saw him, I though Nat King Cole had come back to life,” he said.

Raunchy blues singer Lee Devine is up for the show too, a lady who can belt out the blues with a passion and a half.

How about something from the classical side?

Joe Barlow and Richard Smith are guitarists who will string you along in the best possible way, and pipers get a look in too, with father and son Billy and Calum Beck showing off the skills they normally display in the MK Pipe Band.

This duo saw in 2010 with their pipes, and we have it on good authority that they will see out 2010 in the same way.

Poet Mark Niel and the MK Theatre of Comedy will bring the prose and the funnies to the party, and party is very much the word here.

You’ll have to travel far and wide to find another bill quite so eclectic as this one, and the enjoyment comes for free.

Doors open at The Cruck Barn in Bradwell Abbey at 6.30pm.

Performances begin an hour later.