Our Hurdy-Gurdy player Quentin Budworth’s application to the Arts Council to develop his creative practice has been successful. He will be working on his Hurdy-gurdy playing and developing a new body of work. #DYCP #developingyourcreativepractice #quentinbudworth #hurdy-gurdy #gurdylife #olddognewtricks #gurdy https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/DYCP
We had the great pleasure of playing at Darren and Sarah’s medieval wedding at Raven Hall Hotel and Country Club just between Scarborough and Whitby. It was an absolutely fantastic event in a remarkable location. The pictures tell the story our Jesters Richard and Tim certainly added to the excitement.
Here’s what Julia, Sarah’s mum had to say about our performance
‘Hi all, I would just like to say a big thank you for the wonderful show you put on at our daughter’s wedding on Saturday 29th September 18. Everyone really enjoyed themselves. It was great fun and helped make Sarah and Darren’s day extra special’.
Many thanks to John and Paula Hopkins for the photos from the wedding. To book the Grinnigogs call 07877434739
Chris our violinist managed to grab a little video of us playing for the guests dancing at the Leeds Armouries Museum on saturday night. This is a tune called Horses Branle and it has a great for dance. To book The Grinnigogs for your event call 07877434739.
Here’s what Russell had to say about us after we played at his wife’s 60th birthday at the Royal Armouries in Leeds on saturday night:
‘Good morning Quentin,
Thank you to you and the Grinnigogs for a great evening on Saturday at the Royal Armouries. You all worked very hard to get everyone up and dancing medieval style, and we have had great feedback from our friends and family about the party.
Please thank everyone in the group on our behalf, the Grinnigogs performance and personal attention to getting it just right for our celebration was much appreciated.
With best regards, Russell’.
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