KNUTSFORD’S Tea Room has hosted their 1st live new music party from its household in Cotton Shop Lawn.

Cheshire-based ‘Fine Lines’ brought the courtyard to everyday living past weekend with a energetic functionality of Americana and addresses that experienced the group dancing on the cobbles.

For this just after-hrs party, the Tea Room served Mediterranean-design and style sharing plates, a new menu of wine from Morgan Edwards and a range of craft beer, as nicely as their customary property-built cakes.

Blessed with dry weather, the open up-air party attracted a group of a lot more than fifty persons with passers-by halting to appreciate the songs from King Avenue.

Fine Strains drummer and raconteur Mark Radcliffe entertained the crowd with amusing anecdotes concerning songs.

Lead singer and founder of the band, David Boardman reported: “Saturday’s gig at The Tearoom in Knutsford was an unforeseen delight.

“We genuinely did not assume so many people would turn up.

“There was a great ambiance on a wonderful summer’s night and the crowd was extraordinary.

“They stored us on for two encores, which was fantastic.

“This sort of a terrific night! We’re wanting ahead to executing it yet again.”

Tea Space Manager Harriet Henry commented: “I couldn’t be happier it was such a brilliant night time.

“The band have been just awesome and I could see how a great deal our shoppers were all taking pleasure in it.

“And the rain even held off! I must have checked the temperature forecast 10 times in the hrs primary up to the celebration, but we were being seriously fortunate.

“I’m also seriously very pleased of the staff we have by no means performed anything at all like this before but they pulled out all the stops to maintain the service flowing.

“I’m seriously satisfied with how it all went and indeed, to all individuals who have been inquiring, we will surely be making ‘Tea Space Live’ a much more frequent event.”

Amongst the crowd of revellers was Knutsford resident and Tea Area customer Paul Langley, who stated: “Knutsford went completely European last Saturday night as The Tea Place, in the coronary heart of our town, hosted a certainly excellent event.

“They brought together a excellent mix of terrific food items, wonderful wines and Fine Traces, who played an entertaining established of acoustic Americana amidst the shadows of the Gaskell Memorial Tower.

“One of a kind? Indeed. Just one-off? No opportunity.”

Details of potential events will be posted on the Tea Room’s social media channels.