Knutsford’s Tea Room takes centre stage with first live music gig

KNUTSFORD’S Tea Area has hosted their initial stay audio function from its residence in Cotton Store Yard.

Cheshire-based mostly ‘Fine Lines’ brought the courtyard to everyday living very last weekend with a lively functionality of Americana and handles that had the crowd dancing on the cobbles.

For this right after-hours party, the Tea Area served Mediterranean-design sharing plates, a new menu of wine from Morgan Edwards and a choice of craft beer, as perfectly as their customary dwelling-produced cakes.

Blessed with dry temperature, the open up-air party attracted a crowd of far more than fifty individuals with passers-by stopping to enjoy the new music from King Street.

Great Lines drummer and raconteur Mark Radcliffe entertained the group with amusing anecdotes concerning tracks.

Direct singer and founder of the band, David Boardman stated: “Saturday’s gig at The Tearoom in Knutsford was an unpredicted delight.

“We seriously did not assume so several individuals would switch up.

“There was a wonderful atmosphere on a lovely summer’s evening and the crowd was remarkable.

“They saved us on for two encores, which was wonderful.

“Such a great night! We’re on the lookout forward to performing it all over again.”

Tea Area Supervisor Harriet Henry commented: “I couldn’t be happier it was such a outstanding night.

“The band were just incredible and I could see how considerably our buyers had been all making the most of it.

“And the rain even held off! I have to have checked the weather conditions forecast 10 situations in the hours major up to the celebration, but we were being actually lucky.

“I’m also truly very pleased of the team we have never ever finished something like this right before but they pulled out all the stops to retain the company flowing.

“I’m seriously delighted with how it all went and sure, to all people who have been asking, we will unquestionably be creating ‘Tea Area Live’ a far more frequent event.”

Among the crowd of revellers was Knutsford resident and Tea Area client Paul Langley, who mentioned: “Knutsford went entirely European past Saturday evening as The Tea Space, in the coronary heart of our town, hosted a actually excellent party.

“They introduced alongside one another a excellent blend of fantastic food items, good wines and Fantastic Traces, who performed an entertaining set of acoustic Americana amidst the shadows of the Gaskell Memorial Tower.

“Exclusive? Indeed. A person-off? No chance.”

Information of future situations will be posted on the Tea Room’s social media channels.

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