Godalming Borough Hall Barn Dance with Peeping Tom
The organiser of this event apologises for having to cancel; this is due to poor ticket sales.
One of the most popular dance bands over the past 40 years at Godalming Barn Dances has been the Coventry-based folk-rock band Peeping Tom. Formed in 1972 by Ben Woodward, Peeping Tom have spent the last 40 years perfecting the art of performing high-energy music for English ceilidhs. They are noted for their ability to pick the right tune for the right dance, which makes them exceptionally easy to dance to. Very highly regarded, they are considered by many to be the United Kingdom’s favourite dance band and are guaranteed to have you tapping your toes or, better still, will have you up and dancing your socks off. Calling the dances will be Barry Goodman who will ensure everybody has a fabulous evening!
GBH Ceilidhs have been going since 1976. The raison d’etre has always been to book the best and most exciting English folk dance bands and dance callers from all over the country. Experts and newcomers are all welcome, especially the latter as it is important that we keep the tradition alive and thriving.
Doors open 7.45pm – Dance at 8.00pm
Tickets £12 on the door or £11 in advance (£6 for children).
Tickets on sale on the door or in advance from Record Corner, Pound Lane, Godalming or online by clicking here