A POP-UP event will bring live music and good food and drink to Corbridge Parish Hall.

Quirky to the Core has organised the live music event, called Tyne for a Folking Drink, for Sunday, November 17.

The music is being performed by North-East band The Belta Reivers, who bring together the best of old local songs and folk music from around the world.

Meanwhile there will be a pop-up bar serving a selection of alcoholic drinks, mulled drinks, soft drinks and bar snacks.

For those who have pre-ordered, there will be food available from Corbridge’s very own Four & Twenty, providing pie and peas.

There will be a small raffle held at the event and the money raised will be supporting Ward 37 at the Freeman Hospital, the DREAME fund, after they recently looked after organiser Louise Parker’s dad for 18 days following a liver transplant.

The event will begin at 6.30pm on Sunday, November 17, running until 10.30pm.

Tickets can be found at https://tynefolkadrink19.wescantickets.com and more information can be found at www.facebook.com/quirkytothecore