MAGDALEN Bath will be among performers at a Haworth pub as it celebrates its reopening following flooding.

The “truly amazing” singer-songwriter will perform her own material in the Mill Hey Brew House on Saturday, October 28.

The pub, almost opposite Haworth railway station, was known for many years as the Royal Oak and was badly damaged in the devastating Boxing Day floods.

Now a flourishing ale house, the Brew House is celebrating its first birthday of the reopening with an afternoon and evening of music and comedy.

Organiser Paul Jannetta said the festivities would begin on October 28 at 2.10pm, with acoustic blues guitarist and singer Steve Wilson performing his own material alongside classics.

Paul said: “Steve is a fantastic acoustic blues guitarist/singer who will be performing his own material along with some classics.

“At 3.10pm there will be Martin Rose, an accomplished guitar player who will blow your mind with his mesmerising acoustic guitar served with a refreshing twist.

“At 5.10pm there will be Shane Craig, who is like Billy Joel meets Elton John. Shane will be performing classic hits from all eras and wowing you with his silky-smooth piano skills.

“At 6.15pm there will be Three Bridges, old boys who will absolutely blow you away as they roll back the years and sing harmonies you never knew existed.

“At 7.10pm we will be joined by two of the North East’s up and coming comedians who will be a laugh-a-minute. Leon Brown and Carl B Gillespie will provide plenty of smiles and laughter.”

“Late for life are undoubtedly one of the best four-piece outfits currently around and you will be hard-pushed to find a better female vocalist.

“At 8.30pm they will play their own versions of some legendary club classics along with plenty of other well-known hits.

“To round the night off our resident DJ will be joined at 10pmby the outstanding Amy who will be joining in and performing her sax live over endless hits of Ibiza club classics!”