SAXOPHONE legend Snake Davis and violin virtuoso Sophie Rosa could headline concerts at the new Cullingworth Village Hall.

Hall bosses are approaching the star musicians to help them establish a popular bi-monthly entertainment evening at the venue.

Blues bands, folk groups and Cullingworth’s community choir could also take the stage once the £860,000 building in Lodge Street is complete.

The wish-list was revealed this month by volunteers as they announced the first concert – at the existing Village Hall in Station Road.

Spokesman Mike Robinson said: “The great, and we music night is just one of the many uses we envisage for the new hall when complete early in 2019, and we decided to start the music before the completion of the new hall just to start the process.”

“The plan at present is to have a music evening every two months and to have a range of types of artists ranging from our local community choir to, hopefully, Snake Davis and Sophie Rosa. It’s all early days yet.”

The first concert on Saturday September 29 at 7pm will be by local folk singer Annie Drury and her band.

Mr Robinson said: “We are hoping for an audience of around 120 to 150 with profits fed back into the hall funds.”

Tickets for the Annie Drury concert are on sale at Cullingworth shops, costing £7 each.