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The age of the rock star, like the age of the cowboy, has passed. What did we see in them? Swagger. Recklessness. Sexual charisma. Damn-the-torpedoes self-belief. A certain way of carrying themselves. Good hair. Interesting shoes. Talent we wished we had. Music journalist and Festival favourite David Hepworth (Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of the Rock Stars) fronts a rock and roll brunch celebrating the defining moments and turning points in the lives of key rock figures, taking us on a journey to burst a hundred myths and to create a hundred more.


David Hepworth’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Brunch includes…

Scrambled Egg, Bacon, Sausage, Tomato and Sourdough Toast
Served with English Breakfast Tea, Fresh Coffee and Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice


Seating plans are pre-allocated and tables may be shared.

After booking this event you will receive an email allowing you to specify any dietary requirements and seating requests. Please let us know of any dietary requirements as soon as possible, and at least 48 hours before the day of your event. Please note if you do not make us aware of any dietary requirements we will not be able to guarantee you will be catered for.

Venue

The Daffodil

The Daffodil is located on Suffolk Parade, close to our Box Office and a 5 minute walk from Montpellier Gardens.

*Fees & Booking Info

Our booking fee

CF Ticketing charges a fee per booking to reflect the costs of providing the service which include card processing costs (for both credit and debit cards) as well as staffing, developing and maintaining the booking software and postage

Our booking fees are as follows:

  • Online sales £2.50
  • Telephone sales £2.50
  • In person card sales £1.50
    There is no fee for in person sales by cash

We endeavour to keep our booking fees as low as possible and charge on a per booking basis rather than a per ticket basis to ensure this. We also endeavour to ensure that our booking fees are clear before any transaction is completed.

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