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Saturday Teatime at the Minster


Wimborne Minster is the name of the historic church as well as the name of the town. It's a wonderful setting for music and we have two shows - this one at 4.30pm and the Evening concert at 7.30pm. Tickets for each available separately, or save with a combined ticket (or a Weekend Pass). 

Mitchell and Vincent

Mitchell and Vincent. A brilliant duo combining guitar, fiddle and voice, performing a mix of traditional and original music, Mitchell and Vincent are a class act. David Mitchell’s guitar arrangements combine perfectly with Graham Vincent’s fiddle playing and singing to result in shows that always leave you feeling uplifted and looking forward to the next one. Their skills go even further as Mitchell and Vincent use instruments they have made themselves. Both trained Luthiers, they still make instruments to this day. With three albums under their belts and performances that have taken them from New York to the Netherlands and even on the Queen Mary 2, this established and excellent folk duo is well worth seeing live. Regular favourites at Glastonbury Festival, we're delighted they've agreed to perform at Wimborne Minster Folk Festival, in the beautiful setting of the Minster Church. Watch video

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Singer-songwriter Mandy Woods has spent most of her adult life giving in to wanderlust, crafting songs and performing them wherever she has happened to find herself. Many of her songs tell stories about the ups and downs of relationships, about her own and other people’s struggles and quests, and about the myriad other twists of fate that have inspired her imagination. 

It's always a pleasure to hear Mandy Woods perform – a fine musician who writes excellent songs. This artist has written songs for the music scene in Nashville, toured Texas and recorded albums both in Florida and the UK. Mandy's songs are melodic and catchy, exploring situations and emotions that are presented vividly through her voice and excellent guitar playing. 

Mandy also writes customised songs about dogs and their besotted humans, through her Wags Lyrical website.

Bob Carter

Bob Carter is a solo fingerstyle guitar player who loves guitar music in all its forms, from classical and folk to pop and rock. He effortlessly blends a mix of styles, from traditional tunes through Blues and Latin to modern percussive pieces – maybe even a disco number or the odd song! Bob has been playing guitar since a time when he’s sure he remembers having more hair, and was a founder member of Scottish folk-funk-ska-reggae-jazz band the Tartan Amoebas in the early 90s.

Performing in the beautiful setting of the Minster Church, there will be some tunes that make you sit up and wonder how he can play so many intricate notes with only two hands…and others where you simply sit back, relax and enjoy!

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