The ‘open-mic’ night once a month at The Bear Inn, Wilton, gives an opportunity for musicians to air their talents.
The night is run by Laura Twomey-Hunt, who also performs, singing and playing clarinet and guitar.
“I wanted to create a night of first come, first serve, meaning there is no preferential treatment. Anyone with a voice or instrument can come and showcase their talent,” said Laura.
She is very keen to get people who have written their own music to appear on the night, and she wants to promote local talent.
Laura is keen to meet musicians who have written their own music to appear on the night, and to promote local talent. Laura is happy to lend instruments as it is an acoustic-only night.
The next open-mic night in on Thursday, October 5, and features Salisbury band ‘The Passenger Club’, who have just released a new album called ‘I Can See The Sea’.
“It’s a great night to show off your talent, and if you’re looking for band members, it’s also a perfect opportunity to check out local musicians who might be exactly what you’re looking for,” said Laura.
The Bear Inn is on West Street, Wilton. To make an appearance at the open-mic night contact Laura Twomey-Hunt on firstname.lastname@example.org or turn up on the night and sign up: cut-off time for sign-ups is 7:30pm on the night.