A MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST will play in Cossington to raise funds for a hospital later this month.

Andy Eastwood will play at the village hall on Saturday, August 20 at 8pm to raise funds for the Bridgwater Hospital League of Friends.

Andy has gained a richly deserved reputation as a multi-instrumental variety act, combining his playing ability and vocal prowess with a highly entertaining delivery.

He had been for years an integral part of the Ken Dodd theatre shows, and starred in a war time revue We’ll Meet Again, in which he portrayed the iconic George Formby on hundreds of occasions on its nationwide tour.

Andy’s tv appearances include Barrymore, Blue Peter, GMTV, and today with Des and Mel.

He also taught comedian Frank Skinner to play the ukulele for the BBC show Play it Again, and as a result, a George Formby documentary was made for the BBC named What a Performance.

Andy’s versatility and whole demeanour know no bounds.

So whether he is playing ukulele, banjo, guitar, or violin, you will be wonderfully entertained by this artist’s sheer exuberance and charisma.

Tickets are £15.00 and available from Roger Collett, 01278 451187, or email rogercollett.sounds@talktalk.net