A MUSEUM in south Oxfordshire will host a repeat of last year's 'complete Pandemonium' event tomorrow evening.

Wantage's Vale and Downland Museum have invited local folk and ceilidh band Pandemonium to play a fundraising gig from 7.30pm.

Following last year’s sell out concert, the public are invited to another gig, which is part of the ongoing Wantage Summer Arts Festival.

Last year the 'versatile, lively and highly entertaining' group celebrated 25 years together in the area with a special birthday concert, which raised over £500 for the museum.

The group are promising that tomorrow's event will be 'even bigger and better than last year', with a guest appearance by Ridgeway Clog, supported by Graham Hubbard.

Audience can expect 'toe-tapping tunes, chorus songs, hilarious monologues and lots of audience participation, all delivered in Pandemonium’s inimitable style', they add.

Carol Warren-Smith, the group's musical director, said: “We were thrilled to be invited to perform again at the Museum, as part of the Summer Arts Festival.

"The event will be a great precursor for our trip to Seesen, Germany, this summer, when we have been invited to represent Wantage in the 25th Anniversary celebrations of the Wantage/Seesen Twinning Association.”

Tickets cost £10, including include soft drinks and nibbles, and can be reserved at the Vale and Downland Museum or by phoning 01235 771447.