So that’s it! We are going official! We said we were taking a bit of time out to reflect and that’s what we have done. And the result of that reflection is….
At noon on 14th Jan 2012, Letham Nights became a ‘constituted body’. Phwoarr!
This means that we are now an official voluntary organisation with a chair, treasurer and secretary and a bank account. This is very exciting. We will now be able, if we can get our act together, to organise online ticketing. We will be able to apply for grants more easily. Most of all, we will be able to have committee meetings (ORDER! ORDER!) with minutes, and once a year (obviously) an Annual General Meeting! Woohoo!
Click here to download the constitution
So there you are. Look out for our deliberations…
More importantly, look out for details of the next Letham Nights which will be on 3rd March with the highly talented and entertaining….
The Banana Sessions – lots of wonderful details to follow…
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Here we go again…! Letham Nights is good to go again after the disappointing cancellation of our Christmas Bevvy in December. And we are delighted to present you with a fantastic series of gigs to take us through spring and into summer. You will also see that there are also many other opportunities for entertainment in the local area over the next few weeks and months…
So here’s what we’ve got:
LN#16 – 19th Feb – Buckley’s Chance and the Howie Fyffe Experience for a night of country rhythm and blues. Kicking off with a twang….!!
Letham Nights #16 poster leaflet
See poster for details and get your booking in…
LN #17 – 2nd April – The Return of the Bevvy Sisters – booking now – first refusal to those who pre-booked for 18th Dec.
LN#18 – 4th June – The Third Annual Black Oil Brothers extravaganza – booking now
We have still not been quite brave enough to get the online ticketing sorted so in the meantime booking arrangements are the same as usual: let us know by email/ phone/ txt. We will put you on our list and pay on the door on the night. Contact details below.
Don’t forget to put these dates in your diary too….
29th Jan – Belgian Beer tasting night at Giffordtown village hall – contact Doug for tickets (tel 01337 830956)
12th Feb – Red Wine Productions – Love Letters by Alan Bennet (see attached flier)
26th Feb – NHTT Celebration – contact email@example.com
4th March – Cabrach play Collessie Village Hall – contact Bridgette McCafferty for tickets Tel: 01337 827888
Letham Nights now supports small enterprises across the globe through Kiva, an amazing online microcredit organisation. We aim to support small businesses in the entertainment sector – earning a living by making, selling, performing music.
Join the Letham Nights On Loan group and contribute to the success of our selected entrepreneurs.
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Are you ready for your Christmas Bevvy Shpecktackular at Letham Nights on Saturday 18th December?
Tickets £9/ £6 (concessions). Kick off at 8pm. Letham Village Hall, Letham, Fife
We are currently trying to set up online ticketing for this gig. Priority for this will go to those who have already reserved a ticket by email. In the meantime, please send us your reservation requests. Contact details on this page…
It is an exciting prospect to have the Bevvy Sisters back at Letham to delight us with their sublime, sultry, snazzy and superlative singing. If you have not got a ticket yet well now is the time to let us know and get on the reserved list. Last time it was a sell-out and there is no reason to suppose this is not going to happen again. So get yer skates on!
David McGregor, jazz guitarist extraordinaire, will open for the Bevvy Sisters and treat us to a spell-binding set of his own tunes and jazz covers.
…And for your last minute Christmas shopping needs, craftscotland will be on hand again with their highly successful and popular pop up shop of gifts and artefacts by local makers.
The Clap and Tipple Bar will have its usual selection of rather classy but reasonably priced – and where possible organic, local or fair trade – fine wines, beers and soft drinks. Might even be a mince pie or two…. Scrumptious!
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