Full house for Heartless Tarts' night of song

Bakewell Old House Museum hosted a delightful evening of music and humour when three singers known as the Heartless Tarts came to entertain a full house.

Monday, 7th August 2017, 5:22 pm
Updated Monday, 11th September 2017, 1:01 pm
The Heartless Tarts.

The ladies, who had met and become friends when they all belonged to the Fishponds Choir, now present a wide repertoire of unaccompanied harmony in an eclectic mix of styles.

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Their bubbly sense of humour comes to the surface as they introduce each item and, to quote their own publicity, “no song is safe”!

The Old House Museum provides a friendly and atmospheric venue for many different kinds of occasions. The next get-together will be The Big Quiz on September 2 which is becoming an enjoyable annual event. Teams of a maximum of 6 will stir their brain cells to work on a variety of mainly historically-based puzzles – some easy, some hard, most in-between. Included will be the popular round where you have a chance to handle and try to identify various historical items. There will be half-time break with light refreshments and a glass of wine.

Tickets at £8.50 each to include the quiz and refreshments, can be bought in advance or reserved from Anita at the museum 01629 813642 or [email protected] There will be a licensed bar.