7.30pm Saturday 8th December Kingsdon Village Hall
Bojangles are a string quartet who can really play. They dance whilst they play. They sing whilst they play. They can do it all and this is their most magical and ludicrous, show so far. A theatrical, musical journey through myths, folklore, legends and a portal in a cello case in the quest to find the most pricekess relic of all; a magical violin bow known as Excalibow.
You can expect tales of ancient gods, monsters, historical figures and characters of pure fantasy in this action packed show, all presented in Bojangles own inimitable and unique style. Full of comedy, energy, panache and almost every musical genre you can imagine.
Suitable for all ages. Be warned, may contain traces of Abba.
Bojangles are four very clever and funny performers, not to mention truly excellent musicians. This is a cabaret comedy night of pure fun that is always a big hit on the rural touring circuit.
Tickets £10 on sale at Kingsdon Community Shop
What’s on in November 2018
The Kingsdon Knitting Club – Peace Tea Sunday 11th November 3:30pm Village Hall
To celebrate the end of World War One – Tea followed by dancing and singing
Free Admission but please book in advance – see chronicle for more details..
All Saints’ Church Autumn Bazaar – 17th November 11:00am – 1:00pm Village Hall
- Cakes, Home Bakes, Preserves
- Children’s Stall (closes, toys, games, sweets, stocking fillers)
- Bottle Stall
- Indoor Plants
- Gifts, Jewellery, Home Accessories
- Pin the Tail in the Donkey
- Tea and Coffee
Kingsdon Village Diary – November 2018