Serious Kitchen bring folk music and story telling to Chinley Community Centre

There is a real treat in store for fans of folk music when Serious Kitchen invite you to take a stroll along ‘The Whispering Road’ .

There is a real treat in store for fans of folk music when Serious Kitchen invite you to take a stroll along ‘The Whispering Road’ .

The show of two halves will be presented at Chinley Community Centre on Saturday, April 25, as part of Live and Local which takes the arts to small community venues.

The show is presented by Serious Kitchen, a folk trio which includes Nick Hennessey - one of the UK’s top storytellers.

The first half is composed of lively folk music with a traditional Scandanvian feel. Vicki Swan plays the Swsedish nyckelharpa (keyed fiddle), Nick Hennessey is on harp and vocals and Jonny Dyer plays guitars, kohorn (cow horn) and accordion.

The second half of the show is the story of The Whispering Road. It’s fast, funny and moving and the music conjures up Swedish countryside, magical beasts and castles.

The show is suitable for adults and older children of eight years and upwards who are accompanied by parents.

A truly magical journey lies ahead for those who join Serious Kitchen on their trip along The Whispering Road.

Tickets priced at £9 are available from Chinley Stores, Lower Lane, Chinley, or £9.90 (including booking fee) from http://www.wegottickets.com/bva