The Land of Oak & Iron

An afternoon of Tommy Armstrong & Mining Songs

sat29sep1:00 PMsat3:00 PMAn afternoon of Tommy Armstrong & Mining SongsFree music event

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Discover one of Land of Oak & Iron’s historical heroes at an event packed full of music and poetry. Tommy Armstrong was born in Shotley Bridge, he was a County Durham concert hall song writer and performer in the late 19th century and is affectionately known as ‘The Pitman Poet’.

With performances from Jude Murphy, Bethany Ellen Coyle,John Dixon & Kiddars Luck, Bill Elliott, Alan Crawford, Keith Davidson (“Wor Nanny’s a Maisor” fame) and a special appearance by Gary Miller formerly of the Whisky Priests.

This is a free event.


(Saturday) 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM


Oak Tree Inn,Tantobie


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