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British Sea Power to headline Nantwich Words & Music Festival

British Sea Power to headline Nantwich Words & Music Festival

Top indie rock band British Sea Power will be headlining the 2018 Nantwich Words & Music Festival, organisers have revealed.

And they will be joined Steve Hogarth of Marillion and Los Pacaminos featuring Paul Young for the 11th annual festival to be held in October.

Nantwich woman wins Words and Music Festival songwriting contest

Nantwich woman wins Words and Music Festival songwriting contest

A Nantwich woman has won the Words & Music Festival’s first songwriting competition.

Abbie Frances scooped top prize and along with second and third place, she performed at The Crown Hotel in Nantwich on the final night of the week-long festival.

October 22, 2017 0 comments Human Interest, News
Words and Music Festival wows audiences in Nantwich

Words and Music Festival wows audiences in Nantwich

The tenth Words and Music Festival in Nantwich is hitting all the right notes with fans, say organisers.

The week-long festival has pulled in crowds to eight venues around the town, with tickets still available for some shows.

Nantwich musician Nigel Stonier showcases new album

Nantwich musician Nigel Stonier showcases new album

Nantwich singer songwriter Nigel Stonier has unveiled his new solo album at a preview night in the town.

Stonier’s new album ‘Love And Work’ was showcased at The Crown Ballroom in The Crown Hotel the day before it’s official launch yesterday (April 28).

Nantwich Words & Music Festival organisers hail event massive success

Nantwich Words & Music Festival organisers hail event massive success

Organisers of the 9th Words & Music Festival in Nantwich have hailed the six-day event a huge success.

Around 2,000 tickets were sold across the week of live music and poetry.

October 20, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News
Review: Poets Mike Garry and John Cooper Clarke, Nantwich Civic

Review: Poets Mike Garry and John Cooper Clarke, Nantwich Civic

By Claire Faulkner
Standing on stage to introduce an evening of poetry to a packed Civic Hall, Nantwich Words and Music Festival organiser Nigel Stonier said “we care about the words”.

This love for language couldn’t have been any better demonstrated by the two poets performing that night, Mike Garry and Dr John Cooper Clarke.

Nantwich Words and Music Festival ticket sales soar

Nantwich Words and Music Festival ticket sales soar

Organisers of Nantwich’s Words & Music Festival predict the best Festival yet, as ticket sales rocket.

Fans of original music and literature from across the region will travel to Nantwich for the ninth annual event from October 10-16.

Words and Music Festival launches at Enzo in Nantwich

Words and Music Festival launches at Enzo in Nantwich

The 2015 Words and Music Festival was launched in a blaze of tasty pizza and foot-tapping tunes at Enzo last night (October 12)

The coffee shop on Nantwich town square hosted festival organisers, dignitaries, performers, local media and friends and family for the launch.

Review: Enzo hosts Nantwich Words and Music Festival “Acoustic Event”

Review: Enzo hosts Nantwich Words and Music Festival “Acoustic Event”

By Kirsty Rollings
Award-winning Nantwich Coffee Shop, Enzo, hosted an acoustic set as part of 2014’s Words and Music Festival.

Pizza and other Italian dishes were being served early evening, as festival organiser Nigel Stonier, introduced the set.

Review: Ian McCulloch thrills Nantwich crowd with festival show

Review: Ian McCulloch thrills Nantwich crowd with festival show

By Kirsty Rollings
Ian McCulloch performed an intimate headlining event at The Crown Hotel in Nantwich as part of the Words and Music Festival, writes Kirsty Rollings.

The 80’s post-punk vocalist from Echo and the Bunneymen drew in a sell-out crowd from Nantwich and the surrounding areas.

Dodgy “privileged” to be headlining Nantwich Words and Music Festival

Dodgy “privileged” to be headlining Nantwich Words and Music Festival

By Rhian Critchley
Brit pop giants Dodgy are excited to be performing at the start of the Nantwich Music and Words Festival.

The trio had a smash hit “Good Enough” which shot them to fame in 1996 and climbed to number 4 in the UK charts.

Nantwich Words and Music Festival shows selling out fast

Nantwich Words and Music Festival shows selling out fast

Tickets are selling fast for next week’s Nantwich Words and Music Festival which features a string of big names. Venues across the town are staging live performances by musicians and wordsmiths throughout the festival, October 7 to 13.

Nantwich Words and Music Festival best ever, say organisers

Nantwich Words and Music Festival best ever, say organisers

The 2012 Nantwich Words and Music Festival was the best yet, organisers said today. The event finished on October 14 after a final weekend featuring shows by local musicians and international stars including Tim Burgess, Thea Gilmore and Athlete.

October 19, 2012 0 comments Human Interest, Latest, Music Reviews, Reviews