Admission by programme – donate what you want
It’s really about bringing together the communities of Castle Hedingham and Sible Hedingham through music and performing arts. There will be almost continuous music from 16:30 until 10:30pm.
“Heditude Unplugged” is a chance to see some of the acts that have played (or that might play) Heditude’s summer festival, but in a more relaxed, laid-back and smaller format. No electric guitars, no effects peddles, stripped back drums and percussion. Just the musicians and their songs and a welcoming indoor environment (Ripper’s Hall at the Hedingham Social Club).
There will also be a food available, and of course, the bar will be open.
All donations and monies raised will go towards the causes supported by Heditude, and towards making the main summer festival a FREE event.
Anyone who has seen Beergut 100 knows they are one of the best rock and pop covers acts in the East of England. Playing an eclectic mix of classic rock and pop, from Avril Lavigne to AC/DC to Iron Maiden, normally with amps cranked up. Heditude Unplugged is the first chance to hear them perform acoustically. Should be interesting....22 January, 2020
Heditude is delighted to announce "Heditude Unplugged" - an indoor 'acoustic' music mini-festival. Heditude Unplugged will take place on Saturday the 29th of February in Ripper's Hall at Hedingham Sports & Social Club....11 January, 2020