WHAT better way to start Easter than a meal, a drink and live music.
Piercing vocals, rasping guitars and plenty of percussion can mean only thing – About Time are returning to Fence.
The popular band, who have built up a dedicated following across the region since they were formed in 2007, are playing again at the Sparrowhawk in Fence on Good Friday.
About Time, fronted by versatile vocalist Anthony Lye, serve up a set as eclectic as any for miles around.
Songs covered by the four-piece range from the dawn of rock n roll, sixties Merseybeat, seventies glam rock, eighties camp classic, nineties Britpop right through to favourites from the noughties.
And the venue they’re playing isn’t half-bad too. The Sparrowhawk in Wheatley Lane Road is sure to be buzzing with diners and drinkers enjoying the Easter atmosphere.
It will be Good Fish Friday in the high-class eaterie which has decided to celebrate this traditional day and the first proper bank holiday of the year by filling its specials board with fish.
So if it’s fine food and masterful music you’re after, you could do far worse than head to the Sparrowhawk on Good Friday.