The Stables at the James Figg is a converted stable-block which has been recently fully- refurbished and decorated for daytime or evening events. Located at the rear of the main pub with easy access to our large beer garden, the Stables has its own bar and facilities ready to host private or public events such as dinner or birthday parties, fundraising events and more.
Pretty as a picture both inside and out, The Six Bells in Thame is the quintessential country pub in Thame - think roaring fires, a wonderful garden, real ale on tap and superb Pub food in our fantastic restaurant.
Pretty, half-timbered 16th-century inn, with a large deck area, serving steaks and gastropub fare.
Address: 44 Upper High St, Thame OX9 2AD
For 2021 The Six Bells will specially curated by Empty Rooms Promotions. You can look forward to a lovely afternoon of great Americana music.
The Black Horse Hotel is a small family run Inn dating back as far back as 1620 and is famous for a wide selection of lagers, ales, fine fayre and illustrious past. We are proud to return to what British pubs do best; a warm welcome, a good honest pint with quality home-cooked food all locally source, with exceptional real ales, and wines to suit any pallate.
For 2017 the classical part of the Thame Town Music Festival was to support the concert and choral performance at the Thame Leisure Centre isituated on the edge of Thame right next to Lord Williams's upper school. This was a ticketed concert and tickets needed purchasing in advance. Tickets were not available on the door. See the performers at this venue for information.
Whether it's building up an acoustic song portfolio, mastering that elusive 'sound', nailing that riff, solo or slide part, writing and arranging your own material or just having fun with the instrument ...... then the Lucas Guitar School is the place.
A creative, innovative and professional music school specialising in the tuition of a variety of musical instruments. Open to both children and adults of all ages whether to work towards grades or just for fun! The academy launched in September 2015.
We are a place where students of all ages come to enhance their lives and learning through music. As tutors and musicians, we are living our lives through music and we want to pass this on to as many as we can. See us do what we do and aspire to get there and further!
BlackFrog Studios, a professional sound and music recording studio, is located in Thame. Boasting a 64 track digital recording facility, large live room, isolation vocal booth, separate mixing room and a lounge to relax in, BlackFrog Studios is one of the premiere, pro studios in the area.
Friday At The Fish - Live And Unplugged - An Open Mic Night For Artists Of All Talents. At the Fishermans Arms in Shabbington, this is an open mic night held on the second Friday of every month. Presented by Thame Music Academy.
Towersey Festival is an annual festival of folk, world music and traditional dance, previously held in the village of Towersey, now relocated to Thame in Oxfordshire, England. It has taken place every August bank holiday weekend since its founding in 1965.
Music in the Park, held every year since 2011, is a family-fun event featuring live music and dance acts to please kids, teens, parents and grannies alike! The music festival is held in Elms Park, Thame Oxfordshire on a Sunday in May and runs all day from noon until around 9pm.
Beacon Festival brings a new vibe to a legendary place. Staged at Watlington Hill Farm, the site of the infamous Music On The Hill (MOTH) festival, Lindsay Howard-Dean who took over the farm from her parents a few years ago had the idea to re-ignite the flame, and with some gentle persuasion and a bit of arm twisting, put together a crack team of volunteers.
Oakfest is a Music and Beer Festival held annually on the playing field of the Oakley CofE Combined School, HP18 9QY. It is a fabulous day catering for all the family. The festival features around 14 local artists, ranging from solo acoustic acts to bands, performing a wide range of musical styles from country to rock, pop to folk. While the music goes on there are loads of other activities throughout the afternoon to keep the family busy, with face painting, crafts, a photo booth, bouncy castle and slide, archery and sporting activities.
The Bucks Herald is a weekly newspaper, published every Wednesday and covering Aylesbury and its surrounding villages in the Aylesbury Vale area of Buckinghamshire, England. It was first published on 7 January 1832.
Organisations Sponsoring and Supporting the Festival
Thame Town Council is one of the sponsors of the Festival. It is the parish authority for Thame, which has a population in excess of 11,000. It represents the people of Thame and provides many key local services. Councillor Tom Wyse is a member of the organising committee of the Thame Town Music Festival.
Graham Hunt, Town Clerk, said in a letter of support: "Thame is renowned for its many different festivals, and this new initiative by Johnnie Littler, on behalf of the community of Thame is certain to become part of Thame’s rich tradition".
At the Community, Leisure and Recreation Committee on 25 October 2016 and further ratified by the Full Council on 17 January 2017 a commitment was made to provide seed funding and confirming that the Thame Town Council is in full support of the plans for the Thame Town Music Festival as a community event on Saturday 8 July 2017.
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