Tuns1A village pub near Darlington has unveiled its plans for a year of live music.

 

The Tuns at Sadberge held a number of live music events last year all of which proved popular with people visiting from all over Teesside.

 

Owner, Ross Serino, has now decided to hold regular live music events on the last Sunday of every month.

 

The Tuns will host a variety of bands and musicians from across the North East offering blues, jazz, soul, pop and more, including: –

 

April 26th – Phil Muriel

May 24th– Ian Smith

June 20th– P.A Woods

July 26th– The Honey Buzzards

September 27th– Easy Street Blue

 

Ross said: “The live music nights were really popular with both the locals- who have been hugely supportive of what we do- and people from around Yarm, Stockton and Darlington. Therefore we’ve decided to make the events more regular- after all the area has so much great talent to share and we’ve got an intimate pub atmosphere which is ideal.”

 

Ross Serino, from Yarm, opened The Tuns at Sadberge- formerly the Three Tuns- at the end of 2013 investing over a quarter of a million pounds in the venture with his mother, Barbara Serino, and his partner, Rebecca Osbaldeston.

 

Since re-opening, The Tuns has proved to be a popular pub and restaurant, quickly gaining a reputation for its high-quality, home-cooked food and informal bar offering local ales and fine wines as well as teas and coffees.

 

Housed in a grade II-listed building, The Tuns had previously been closed for several months with local people voicing concerns that it might not re-open. Ross and his family spent 2013 completing a major renovation at the pub, carefully restoring it to its former glory, as it is thought to date back to the 15thth century.

 

Ross, whose family have run the popular Santoro’s in Yarm since the 1970s, has many years’ experience working in catering and hospitality having worked with his father in Yarm from a young age.

 

For more details visit http://www.thetunsatsadberge.co.uk/