British music on the bill for Sean’s recital in Weston this weekend

PUBLISHED: 21:28 18 May 2016

Guitarist Sean Shibe is the latest guest of the Weston Music Society

Guitarist Sean Shibe is the latest guest of the Weston Music Society


Brilliant young Scottish guitarist Sean Shibe will be in the spotlight at the Weston Music Society’s next concert.

His virtuosity will be on show in the village’s parish church on Saturday night, with a programme of English music scheduled to start at 7.30pm.

Sean is much in demand and has already performed in Italy, Germany and Austria this year, and his set list at Weston includes works by John Dowland, Malcolm Arnold, William Walton and Benjamin Britten.

Tickets are £15, including a programme and a drink, and there’s a pre-concert ‘two courses for £15’ meal deal on offer at the nearby at The Red Lion.

Visit for ticket details and to book in at the pub.


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