‘Dance in the Square’ returns to Saffron Walden

PUBLISHED: 10:31 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:31 31 July 2018

Blues Brothers Rhythm n Blues Review Band will be performing. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Blues Brothers Rhythm n Blues Review Band will be performing. Picture: CONTRIBUTED


This year’s free Dance in the Square in Saffron Walden will take place on August 25 and will feature Blues Brothers Rhythm n Blues Review Band, supported by the performing arts group Stagecoach.

The event starts at 7.45pm and runs until 10.30pm. Refreshments will be provided by the King’s Arms, Giggly Pig, Sevs Ice Cream and Nigel Sault Master Coffee.

The dance will be celebrating 28 years of the Blues Brothers Band. Paul Price-Smith, one of the original members of the Blues Brothers Band, says: “Saffron Walden has always been the band’s ‘manor’ and it’s very special to play here. We can’t wait.”

This event is free because of grants and sponsorship from Saffron Walden Town Council, Uttlesford District Council, Saffron Walden Arts Trust and Hibbs & Walsh, among others.

For further information, contact Jacqui Portway on 07931 534599 or j.portway1@ntlworld.com.


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