The Shed ON Tour presents Hank Wangford and Brad Breath in:

No Hall Too Small

Tour dates, venues and box office numbers or buy tickets online:

12 October – Crayke Sports Club: 01347 822327
13 October – Weaverthorpe village hall: 01944 738617
14 October – Ingleby Greenhow village hall SOLD OUT
15 October – Carleton village hall: 01756 791356
16 October – Hunmanby Community Centre: 01723 891514 Buy tickets online.

NEWS: Hear Hank live on the Russell Walker Show, BBC Radio York on Thursday 13th October from 2pm. A special 45 minute feature on Hank and his extraordinary life as a practicing doctor (aka Dr. Sam Hutt) and his life as the UK’s number one alternative Country star!

BBC Radio York

“The Shed was the inspiration for my tour of village halls” says Hank, and now The Shed and Rural Arts ON Tour have teamed up to spread the fun and take The Shed ‘on tour’ across North Yorkshire and beyond.

Hank Wangford has been the doyen of British Country Music for over three decades and written his way into the hearts and minds of his vast public in songs, TV series and books, the latest of which, “No Hall Too Small”, is in danger of being completed.

Hank continues to plough his village hall furrow in search of the smallest hall in England, bringing songs and misery from the dark underbelly of Country and is out on the road with old saddle-pal Brad Breath, the man who brought the world his classic Glimpse of Gloom. Brad has finally left his Rabbit Ranch in Two Buttes, Colorado, to rejoin his compadre the High Priest of Pain, in an evening of yodelling and misery, with heartbreakers and toe-tappers featuring words and lyrics by the boys.

“Nine out of ten committee members have never heard of Hank.”

The Shed ON Tour
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

See also:
Hank Wangford and the Lost Cowboys

The Shed’s 19th Christmas Party
Friday 9 December SOLD OUT
Saturday 10 December SOLD OUT

“I muse on the idea of future cultural historians citing a shed door as the fulcrum of a rural arts renaissance.” Ian McMillan