Hello ~ and a warm welcome to our website!

Quite simply, 'Cheriton Sessions' is all about the joy of good live music ~ and sharing it with others.

We presented our first-ever concert in 2015, which was a sell-out and resounding success.  Since then, we have been enjoying regular concerts, which are eagerly awaited by our appreciative audiences and always prove a great evening.

We are keen to expand our calendar of future events and hope that you will join us at one of our forthcoming gigs and also ... for all you performers out there, if you are interested in playing at one of our Cheriton Sessions, please do get in touch via our Contact Form.

We're very happy to consider any and all suggestions (although, as the venue is in the heart of the village, we naturally need to be mindful of the decibel levels!).

Please do make sure that you get your tickets early for our next concert, as space is always limited!  These can be purchased from Cheriton Stores, The Flower Pots Inn, Cheriton and online (which attracts a booking fee).

LATEST NEWS...

DEAN DYSON

IS RETURNING FOR ANOTHER GIG ON

SATURDAY 20th OCTOBER 2018


...AND,AS THIS CONCERT IS BOUND TO BE A SELL-OUT, PLEASE  DO MAKE SURE THAT YOU GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY! ~ For more details see our poster under 'Events'

(Tickets available at Cheriton Stores, The Flower Pots Inn, Cheriton or online - just click on the adjacent 'Buy Tickets Here' button)

QUALITY LIVE MUSIC IN AN INTIMATE

VILLAGE VENUE WITH AN

APPRECIATIVE AND ENTHUSIASTIC

AUDIENCE ~ NOW, WHAT COULD

POSSIBLY BE BETTER THAN THAT?!

 

In a nutshell, 'Cheriton Sessions' has three main aims ...
• to present and promote good quality live music (mainly Folk, Blues & Jazz ~ but we're very happy to consider other genres!) within a friendly local setting.
• to create entertaining & memorable evenings, which will send people home with a spring in their step and a smile on their face!
• and lastly, to raise much-needed funds for the benefit of Cheriton Village Hall, which is situated in the heart of this picturesque village, about 3 miles south of the market town of Alresford in Hampshire and about 8 miles from the city of Winchester.