Tribute to a music legend coming to Thame theatre

Ian entwhistle playing in Thame
Ian entwhistle playing in Thame
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THE music of legendary musician James Taylor is being performed at Thame’s very own theatre.

Ian Entwistle and Friends are playing The Songs of James Taylor at the Players Theatre on Friday September 30.

Ian entwhistle playing at Tham players theatre

Ian entwhistle playing at Tham players theatre

Ian has been performing live acoustic music all his adult life, and always had an ambition to stage a show which celebrates the songs of his favourite singer and songwriter. That ambition is now well and truly realised and this will be his sixth such concert.

We saw the 4th and 5th in Milton Keynes and were so knocked out we vowed to bring his talent to a wider audience,

Organiser Alan Hortonsaid: “Ian is an old friend from Milton Keynes who I used to play with in various bands many years ago.

“We lost touch for a while but I heard he was staging a James Taylor tribute and celebration concert last November so my wife and I went along.

“After that we decided he deserves wider exposure and we decided to put him on down our way, we live in Brill – so we booked the Thame Players Theatre and are promoting the concert ourselves, with profits to go to Thame Scouts Group.”

Doors open 7.15pm, show starts 7.45pm.

Tickets cost £8 and £7 for concessions. They are available from Tickets Anywhere, Greyhound Walk: 01844 217728, online at or from Alan and Sue on: 01844 237982.