What a year it’s been for everyone. Having no Mylor Sessions shows is certainly the least of it but we all hope there’s an ever brightening light at the end of the tunnel and 2021 will bring us a return to something resembling normality and better times for all.
Although we can’t sell you a show ticket here’s a way to show your support!
This Christmas we’re going to support the local food bank which does so much for the frightening amount of people who fall through the nets and are in need of support, now more than ever before.
Rather than simply donate money we are going to buy actual produce and top up what the food banks have and fill the gaps as to what they need this Christmas. It’s a long list from mince pies to kids’ toys and the big bonus is that everything will be bought through Cafe Mylor who are kindly sourcing it all at cost so that every pound goes even further.
Mylor Sessions will kick this off with a thousand pounds in the pot
We’d love it if you’d consider a donation to help make this a real Christmas Cracker!
Donations must reach us by the 14th December, there are three ways to donate:
By bank transfer to Mylor Sessions treasurer: Account name: Peter Harvey, sort code: 18-00-02, account no: 03530876.
Pop into Cafe Mylor and pay by card over the counter. (Sorry, no cash at present…)
Our donation page at Just Giving
The first two options are preferable to save us paying the Just Giving fees.
We have over 800 on the Mylor Sessions mailing list so if everyone put in a fiver what a massive difference that will make. It will really help to give some folk locally a much happier Christmas.
Whilst we’re on, here’s a couple of dates for your diary:
Weds 16th December at 7pm
The Good Lovelies are streaming a special Christmas concert for the UK. You can find all details about the show and purchase tickets here: https://goodlovelies.com/blog/show/christmas-times-a-comin-virtual-tour-united-kingdom/
Funds go to help musicians who as you may know have been so badly hit this year.
Here’s a taste of their gorgeous voices singing Hallelujah
Saturday June 26th.
Chris Smither – In the spirit of optimism, we have the wonderful Chris Smither returning to us. Even if we’re still socially distanced maybe we can make it work on the beach! We’ll let you know the plan much nearer the time. www.smither.com
Much love and Christmas wishes to everyone and big thanks for your continued support to Mylor Sessions,
Thanks to everyone who supports Mylor Sessions. Our ethos is simple – we strive to bring some great acts to Mylor, you buy the tickets, the profits benefit local causes, everyone wins. To date we’ve been able to support many local causes as well as some works on both Tremayne Hall and The Ord Statter Pavilion, two great facilities that help make our village such a good place to live in.
Not everyone we manage to entice to our wee but perfectly formed village hall will be as high up the celebrity ladder as perhaps John Williams, Jack Dee and Albert Lee but we guarantee they’ll all be good and fantastic value for money. We don’t take your trust lightly when you buy a ticket for an act you’ve never heard of. If you want Mylor Sessions to continue, please do support all the shows and take a chance on the acts that may be new to you.
A big thank you to all our ticket buyers and helpers, especially to SKINNERS who donate Essential Supplies to the bar.
SEATING – always look on the website to see the seating format for the show. It’s not a theatre and we don’t have the facilities that concert goers and artists may be used to. There’s no reserved seating. It’s first come, first served and the number of seats we put in depends on the type of show. If there’s a reason you must have a seat please let us know and we’ll make sure you’re well looked after. If you see someone who needs a seat more than you please do give it up.