Psychic Mediums Adrian Clarke & Susan Wood are coming to The Lemon Tree on 17th October 2019. Join us for a psychic supper.
Doors open at 6.45pm. They begin at 7.00pm.
£21 per person includes a 2 course Set Menu.
Payment must be made at booking.
This is sure to sell out fast so please book ASAP to avoid disappointment (Only 24 tickets available). Buy tickets in the café or by clicking on the link below, or Tel: 01535 662825.
Come along and try 6 different wines and see how they pair with 6 different tapas! Mark Smith - our 'Le Bon Vin' Wine Merchant will be there to tell you about the wine and about food and wine pairing.
£20 per person.
This is sure to sell out fast so please book ASAP to avoid disappointment (Only 8 tickets left). Buy tickets in the café or by clicking on the link below, or Tel: 01535 662825
Edwina Hayes numbers Michael Parkinson and Perez Hilton among her fans. Her beautifully written songs, charming stage presence and voice of an angel have won her a reputation as a true natural talent of gentle folk-americana. She has opened numerous shows for Jools Holland and Van Morrison and the title track of her album Pour Me A Drink was covered by Nanci Griffith who calls her 'the sweetest voice in England'.
Her cover of the Randy Newman song Feels Like Home was featured in the Cameron Diaz film My Sister's Keeper and has since had over five million plays on You Tube
'Haunting honeyed solo songwriter.' The Guardian
'A very talented young lady.' Michael Parkinson
'The sweetest voice in England.' Nanci Griffith
Like the expressionistic brushstrokes of a landscape painter, Katie Spencer conjures vivid landscapes through the medium of song. Curating intimate studies using her unique finger picked acoustic guitar style and an assured warm voice, Spencer underlines the sense of space that surrounds her home by the sea in Hornsea, East Yorkshire.
The striking imagery that rings through her ethereal songs creates a universe of sound and storytelling. Her mesmeric live performances have seen her play world-renowned stages, at the likes of Cambridge Folk Festival and Celtic Connections as she assembles a dedicated fanbase from all corners of the country.
This year saw Spencer embarking on a UK tour in celebration of her brand-new album Weather Beaten, a flawless and flowing ten track journey that encapsulates her intimate live performance style. Produced by Spencer Cozens, long-time collaborator of John Martyn and Joan Armatrading, the sound of the album is clear and bright, bringing a precision and boldness reminiscent of the best ‘ECM’ modern jazz albums which naturally pairs with the warm and hazy folk sound that envelops Katie’s style.