CEILIDH swing veterans Steamchicken will bring their unique brand of jazzy-bluesy-folky fun to Dursley next week.

Organised by Stroud Ceilidhs, the performance will be held at the Chantry Centre from 8pm on Saturday, April 7.

The seven talented and versatile musicians skilfully combine musical genres together in a way that should not work but does.

Piano, harmonica, melodeon, and percussion combine with a tightly-knit driving horn section to provide entertainment that goes way beyond a dance.

Expect folk with a twist and a huge dollop of blues and ska.

No experience needed, all dances are called.

Tickets on the door are £12 (£11 in advance), accompanied children £5. Call 07421 102182 to reserve