THERE are some musical treats lined up at Salisbury Arts Centre throughout February – all for free.

The centre’s Live Lunch series for the month features a range of great quality up-andcoming artists, chosen by music programmer Thomas Brooman. With music every weekend ranging from a lively folk group to local solo stars, there’s plenty to choose from.

Kicking off the month, there’s All Things Considered on Saturday.

This fabulous fivepiece folk group from Berkshire will get your toes tapping with their lively style.

Another crowd-pleaser comes in the form of Two Man Ting on Sunday, February 9.

Jon Lewis and Jahman Aggrey from Sierra Leone create a unique sound with looped guitars, djembe drums and original songs.

Bournemouth-based guitarist and singer Hannah Robinson presents a laid-back session on Sunday, February 16.

And rounding off the month’s line-up on Sunday, February 23 is local star Naomi Coombes, winner of Best Female Solo Performer in the 2013 Salisbury Music Awards.

Coombes’ blues and reggae-influenced style has recently been aired live from Maida Vale Studios as part of BBC Introducing in the West.

The Arts Centre’s Live Lunch sessions help develop up-and-coming artists, demonstrating their considerable talents to a wider audience.

Go along and enjoy their varied sounds for free from noon to 2pm.

For more information visit or call 01722 321744.