Jingle all the way to the Brewery

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Santa’s coming early to St Austell Brewery as Christmas party band Jingle All the Way hit the stage for the last Brewery band night of the year on Friday December 7th.

Acclaimed as the only solely dedicated Christmas band in the UK, Europe, and further afield, Jingle All The Way consists of everyone’s favourite Christmas characters for a full-on festive experience, including Santa on drums, Christmas Elves rocking the guitar and bass and the glamorous Mrs Claus on lead vocals.

Jingle all the way play an awe inspiring festive set filled with all the very best Christmas hits in a unique style, performing the classics with some sing along numbers such as The 12 Days Of Christmas, then party popping all the way back to some Christmas Crackers by Slade, Band Aid, Wizzard, The Pogues, and more.

With a full stage set including Christmas decorations, presents, fairy lights and snow machine, this is one night guaranteed to instil you with the spirit of the season. Tickets for the Jingle All The Way Gig cost just £5 and are available on the door or to pre-order on 01726 66022.

Kicking off at 7pm on the night, why not throw on something festive, leave your humbug at home and embrace the Christmas vibe. As Jingle All The Way bassman – AKA Yellowsnow The Elf – Kieran Pearce says: “Looking forward to getting everybody into the festive spirit at the Brewery and making this the best Christmas ever – again!”

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Chris Knight, BA (Hons) History, NCTJ, PGCE is Curator and PR Manager at St Austell Brewery. Growing up in Roche, at the heart of the China Clay industry and attending Poltair School, next door to the Brewery in St Austell, his formative years saw the clay industry at its height, surrounded by the heritage of tin and copper works in the surrounding countryside. At this time, in the 1970s, St Austell Brewery was just one of many regional breweries referred to by beer writer Roger Protz as in ‘slow, possibly terminal decline’. Chris returned to Cornwall to work in 2002 – how things change.

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