Molly dancers look for new in­put

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - YOUR NEWS -

A dance group keep­ing the Fen­land tra­di­tion of Molly danc­ing alive is look­ing for new blood.

Pig Dyke Molly per­form both at lo­cal events and at na­tional fes­ti­vals, and have per­formed in France, Ire­land and the USA.

The mu­sic they use was mostly writ­ten by a pre­vi­ous mu­si­cian, now sadly dead, who cre­ated an ex­cit­ing blend of 1970s soft rock and folk mu­sic.

As they pre­pare for the Whit­tle­sea Straw Bear Fes­ti­val in Jan­uary, and other events next year they are look­ing to work with a new mu­si­cian to try some­thing new.

“We need some­one who is ca­pa­ble of play­ing as lead mu­si­cian, when needed, and who can de­velop the con­fi­dence to cre­ate su­perb mu­sic to be part of ex­cit­ing per­for­mances. There is no pay but you would be join­ing a great friendly group and have free tick­ets at some great fes­ti­vals, said mem­ber Tony Forster.

Con­tact Tony on jantony@waitrose.com .

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