KNUTSFORD’S Tea Room has hosted their first reside songs occasion from its residence in Cotton Shop Garden.
Cheshire-primarily based ‘Fine Lines’ brought the courtyard to everyday living very last weekend with a energetic general performance of Americana and addresses that had the crowd dancing on the cobbles.
For this following-several hours celebration, the Tea Area served Mediterranean-model sharing plates, a new menu of wine from Morgan Edwards and a variety of craft beer, as perfectly as their customary household-built cakes.
Blessed with dry weather, the open-air occasion captivated a crowd of additional than fifty individuals with passers-by stopping to delight in the audio from King Road.
High-quality Strains drummer and raconteur Mark Radcliffe entertained the group with amusing anecdotes amongst tunes.
Guide singer and founder of the band, David Boardman explained: “Saturday’s gig at The Tearoom in Knutsford was an unforeseen delight.
“We actually did not imagine so many persons would convert up.
“There was a excellent environment on a lovely summer’s night and the group was outstanding.
“They saved us on for two encores, which was superb.
“These types of a fantastic night! We’re wanting forward to doing it yet again.”
Tea Room Manager Harriet Henry commented: “I could not be happier it was these a excellent night time.
“The band have been just wonderful and I could see how substantially our consumers were all experiencing it.
“And the rain even held off! I ought to have checked the climate forecast 10 moments in the hours primary up to the celebration, but we ended up genuinely blessed.
“I’m also definitely proud of the group we’ve under no circumstances accomplished anything at all like this right before but they pulled out all the stops to maintain the services flowing.
“I’m really satisfied with how it all went and certainly, to all people who have been inquiring, we will absolutely be producing ‘Tea Room Live’ a more common party.”
Amongst the group of revellers was Knutsford resident and Tea Room consumer Paul Langley, who said: “Knutsford went entirely European very last Saturday evening as The Tea Home, in the heart of our city, hosted a definitely brilliant function.
“They brought alongside one another a perfect blend of great foodstuff, fine wines and Wonderful Strains, who performed an entertaining set of acoustic Americana amidst the shadows of the Gaskell Memorial Tower.
“Exclusive? Certainly. A single-off? No possibility.”
Facts of foreseeable future gatherings will be posted on the Tea Room’s social media channels.