Brown Street welcomes Irish trio

Salisbury bar, food and entertainment venue Brown Street welcomes Irish trio,
CUA, on Wednesday, 9th November. Band members, John Davidson, Shane Booth and Ros O’Meara conjure dynamic and contrasting instrumentation and vocal arrangements.
The group (pictured) delivers an expansive acoustic soundtrack blending guitars, fiddle, bouzouk, percussion, and three-part harmony arrangements.

All of the band members are multi-instrumentalists and are inspired by many aspects of the musical spectrum including roots, blues, gospel, jazz fusion, traditional, bluegrass and more.
Tickets are £12.50 with £2.50 from each ticket going to Salisbury Hospice and £10 to the band. Brown Street is open for food from 5pm on the night. Tickets can be obtained from:
Brown Street has a diverse programme of events booked for the next few months.

On November 3, ‘From The Book’ returns. Hosted by Jamie Lingham, the multi-arts event encourages people to share poetry, music and comedy with an attentive audience. Tickets from
On the 7th, the venue hosts a screening of Secret Spitfires. The film tells the incredible true story of how the ‘planes that halted Hitler’ were built by everyday heroes – in the workshops, garages, garden sheds of Salisbury and across Wiltshire. Introduced by its star, wartime spitfire engineer Norman Parker.
Beginning at 7pm, tickets cost £10 from

Bare Jams & Gypsy Jukebox bring their lively mix of pop, reggae, dub, soul and rock to the venue on November. 12 The six-piece guarantee an energetic live show, armed with catchy, sing-a-long choruses and big vibes. Tickets start at £9 from, also from
A change of pace on the evening of the 15th as the venue plays host to a bottle jar terrarium workshop.
Tickets are £48.50 with more information available from

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