Grimston Village Hall is the setting for some top quality traditional music this weekend.
Four-piece group Wolfscote play the hall on Saturday from 7.30pm and is one of the final Centre Stage rural touring performances of the season. The future of the programme is under threat from council funding cuts.
Wolfscote boasts great voices, rich harmonies and acoustic arrangements with a mainly traditional repertoire, performing on guitar, harp and ukulele.
They will be performing songs from their new album, Turn The Glass, which will be released in May.
The evening will also feature a set from the internationally-renowned Andy Cutting.
Andy is a virtuoso on melodeon and button accordion.
For ticket details, call (01664) 812696, and for more information about the band, visit www.facebook/wolfscote