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Surf Pop and Rock'n'roll
Instrumental Garage Surf from the west coast of India (sort of).
They’re back! After more then a decade of self-imposed exile, the Dukes of Mumbai are back together once more in the UK!
You can expect the same mix of high energy 60’s surf pop instrumentals, classically influenced by the likes of Dick Dale and Link Wray, with a few surprise nuggets thrown in from further afield. The band are delighted to be on UK soil once more.
The Dukes of Mumbai are:
Dale Pinkerton – on the guitar
Dick Sapparel – on the bass
Johnnie Luxembourg – also on the guitar
Anton O’ Farrell – mostly on the drums
Bar & Grill
Set beside a beautiful wooded stretch of the River Avon, Beese’s Riverside Bar is an escape from the usual and where generations of city dwellers have taken refuge and put the cares of the city behind them, even if only for a few hours at a time.
Beese’s opens annually in Spring, and closes on the last full weekend in September. The last day of opening in 2018 will be Saturday 29th Sept.
We welcome families, host celebrations and excel in private functions such as wedding receptions, parties and corporate hospitality events.
Our large riverside decking area is great for smaller informal parties up to 50 people (mostly covered).
Cream teas are what put Beeses on the map over a hundred years ago and are still very much a big part of why so many people make the journey up river with one of the ferry companies.
We love our our Music Nights at Beese’s on Fridays. The music’s free and we can pick you up and take you back across the river in our ferry, or you can come with Bristol Ferry from the city centre, leaving at 6 pm. That’s a one way trip so you’ll need to make arrangements to get home by road!
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