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Sat 24th Jul 2021

The David Hall, Roundwell St, South Petherton TA13 5AA

Acoustic Night

Petherton Arts Trust is encouraging more local performers of all genres to come to The David Hall and perform on a professional stage.
All types of performance welcome – The David Hall has had music, comedy, poetry, dance…. Everyone has the opportunity to deliver for 10 – 15 minutes with full PA and lighting.
If you would like to attend Acoustic Night as a performer or audience member please e-mail Chris Watts at folk AT chriswatts.org or call 07715501157. Payment is on the door.

7:30 pm

https://www.thedavidhall.com/home-page/


Sun 25th Jul 2021

The Secret Garden, Hinton St George TA17 8SA

Ricky Romain and Teasing The Cat

Music in the Meadow 2021: Renowned sitarist Ricky Romain is followed by the wonderfully multi-instrumental folk band Teasing The Cat, who are themselves joined by some excellent guest performers. All takings go to refugee charites. Please bring your own food and drink plus chair -it's in a big tent!

£10

2.00 - 4.00 pm

Contact Amanda Khan Davis: 01460 72553

atkhandavis AT gmail.com

https://teasingthecat.wixsite.com/teasingthecat


Mon 26th Jul 2021 to Sat 31st Jul 2021

Halsway Manor, Halsway Lane, near Crowcombe TA4 4BD

Halsway Young Folk: Intermediate

Full board (accommodation and all meals), tuition and all activities: £230
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first-served basis. Contact us for an application form, or download an application form via the website. Please return your completed application form with a deposit of £60 to secure your place.
An opportunity for young musicians from the South West and beyond to work with leading folk artists, to develop their skills, confidence and creativity, and create a new performance piece. In a change to previous years’ Summer courses, this year we won’t be making the trip to Sidmouth; the uncertainty surrounding covid-19 makes it feel too risky. Instead we’ll be providing an immersive week of music, creativity and fun, in the beautiful and secluded surroundings of Halsway Manor. It will be intensive and challenging, but also supportive and fun!

Our 2021 team is led by musician, composer and educator Becki Driscoll, who will be joined by young professional folk musicians and a pastoral lead to complete the team.

Young musicians will spend the week working together to learn, arrange and rehearse new repertoire, developing musical skills and performance technique, and creating their own interpretations of traditional material. The group will live, work and play together, with opportunities for informal rehearsals and social gatherings to enrich their experience and understanding of the folk arts.

Who’s is it for?
This is a fun but intensive course for young people aged 12-18. Usually our Summer course is designed as a progression from our Spring Halsway Young Folk: Intro Week, but as this hasn’t happened this year, we’re more than happy to welcome newcomers to Halsway and the folk arts. You’ll need to have prior experience as a musician – any instrument is welcome – we’d recommend you need to be of a playing level of about grade 4 and upwards to get the most from the course. We’ll be teaching predominantly by ear, so if you’re used to reading music you’ll need to be prepared to give it a go! It’s not necessary to have prior experience of folk experience; it’s more important that you want to be creative, work collaboratively with others, and have fun creating a performance that everybody can be proud of.

How to Apply
Places costs £230. Accommodation, all meals, tuition and activities are included in the price.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first-served basis. Contact us for an application form, or download an application form here. Please return your completed application form with a deposit of £60 to secure your place.

We do all we can to offer bursary places to young people with exceptional talent or for whom the opportunity would be especially beneficial, but whose financial circumstances would otherwise exclude them from the programme. Email chiefexec AT halswaymanor.org.uk if this is something you would like to discuss.

https://halswaymanor.org.uk/event/halsway-young-folk-intermediate-4/


Fri 30th Jul 2021

The David Hall, Roundwell St, South Petherton TA13 5AA

Mr Tea and the Minions

United by a love of tea, energetic dancing, cheeky riffs, silly hats, and cake, Mr Tea and the Minions have been unleashing their colourful explosion of musical mayhem on unsuspecting audiences since 2013.
Their raucous Ska Folk blended with full-fat Balkan beats and a squeeze of tangy Dub has made them party-starting festival favourites – and has inspired frenzied dancing all over the UK (and on a number of forays into continental Europe), with almost 100 festival appearances including Glastonbury, Boomtown, WOMAD, Secret Garden Party, Shambala, Belladrum, Wilderness, Nozstock, and Goulash Disko, to name just a few.
Tickets: £16/£15 Concessions.

8:00 pm

https://www.thedavidhall.com/home-page/


Sat 31st Jul 2021 to Fri 6th Aug 2021

Halsway Manor, Halsway Lane, near Crowcombe TA4 4BD

Family Folk Week

After many years’ service, Ted and Pat Morse have bowed out of running Family Folk Week this year. While we’ll miss them enormously, we’re also delighted to announce that David Faulkner has agreed to lead the team in 2021. He’ll be joining course regulars Susan Peterman and musicians Philip & Joyce Rowe (and maybe one or two others tba) for a week of creative and folky family fun.
Either choose to stay in the manor or camp in the grounds and relax while our great staff do all the catering for you and your family. There’s a programme of activities each morning and evening, while afternoons are free for trips around this beautiful area including the West Somerset Railway, the seaside and Exmoor. One day a week is left free for you to plan your own day trips, or to relax at the Manor! More details and a programme to follow shortly.

Who’s it For? The holiday is for families – parents, grandparents, and children of all ages!

https://halswaymanor.org.uk/event/family-folk-week-4/


Sat 31st Jul 2021

Osmington Village Hall DT3 6FT

Harbottle and Jonas Trio

Partners in life and music, dynamic Devon based folk duo Harbottle & Jonas are one of the most exciting acts on the UK circuit today, combining a love of the richness of traditional folk with their own original and powerful songwriting. Dave and Freya have developed a distinct and compelling signature sound, blending concertina, harmonium, banjo, stomp box, acoustic guitar and cittern with their beautiful and closely intertwined vocal harmonies. On 'The Beacon' (single and album), and often at live gigs, the duo become a trio, joined by fiddle player Annie Baylis, weaving a third close vocal harmony and sensitive playing.

£12

7.30pm

Contact Eileen Bramley: 07816 832554

Osmingtonmusic AT gmail.com


Thu 5th Aug 2021

The Huddle, Quedam Shopping Precinct BA20 1EX

Tots, Tunes and Traditions.

Led by experienced music leader.

An hour of trad songs with actions, dances and some harmony. You need a trio: toddler + parent + older adult (e.g. grandparent or neighbour). Great for people who'd like to try more singing as well as people who already do.
Must be booked in advance as numbers have to be limited. Register with southwestbumpsandbeyond via website or Facebook.
Every Thursday in August, one morning and one afternoon session. Each session stands alone. Nearest parking is Stars Lane pay and display.

Price to be confirmed.

Mornings 10.00-11.00 am
Afternoons 12.30-1.30 pm.

Contact Ann Hinchliffe: 01935 472771

thedancingmaster AT outlook.com

https://southwestbumpsandbeyond.com/2021/06/15/tots-tunes-and-traditions/


Fri 6th Aug 2021 to Sun 8th Aug 2021

Weston super Mare

Weston super Mare Shanty and Folk Festival

See

https://wsmshantyfest.com

for details


Fri 6th Aug 2021 to Fri 13th Aug 2021

Halsway Manor, Halsway Lane, near Crowcombe TA4 4BD

August Folk Dance Holiday 2021

Prices for this event are half-board, but include Sunday lunch at the Manor, and a pub lunch & skittles on Wednesday. Packed-lunches can be ordered.
Join us for our popular August dance holiday! This week began as the ‘Guildford Folk Dance Holiday’ in 1977 and has continued to bring together dancers to enjoy folk dance, Halsway and its surroundings to this day.
Hosted by Shirley Williams, we are delighted to welcome back caller Ivan Aitken and musicians Julie & Chris Dewhurst.
There will be enjoyable morning dance workshops and evening dances. The afternoons include optional organized outings* and activities, or you can relax and enjoy the Manor and its gardens, or explore the area under your own steam.
* Some outings may incur additional costs.

https://halswaymanor.org.uk/event/august-folk-dance-holiday-2020/


Fri 6th Aug 2021

Osmington Village Hall DT3 6FT

The Last Inklings and Roswell

A Wessex Folk Festival Fundraiser

These wonderful musicians were to have appeared at WFF 2021 before C19 forced a cancellation.
THE LAST INKLINGS are Leonardo MacKenzie and David Hoyland. Their sound crosses genres, centred around cello, mandolin and vocal harmony. Their songs have a modern flavour rich with imagery and narrative, exploring at their core what it is to be human.
ROSWELL - a Folk/Americana duo from London who've been likened to First Aid Kit and the Indigo Girls. Winners of Purbeck Rising 2018, a real treat for the ears, with wonderful harmonies and rich instrumentals.
This promises to be a lovely evening!
Osmington Village Hall is a 'C19-safe' venue. Some distancing restrictions may be in place, masks must be worn unless seated (unless guidelines change befofre the gig)
Tickets from www.wegottickets.com/event/517853/

£12

7.30 pm

Contact Eileen Bramley: 07816 832554

Osmingtonmusic AT gmail.com


Creative Innovation Centre (CICCIC) TA1 3PF

Klezmer Music Night with Zeffe

We are very excited to have a night of amazing Klezmer and Balkan music and other gems from the genre with band Zeffe.
Zeffe play Klezmer – the amazing music from Jewish East Europe that makes you want to dance and laugh (and sometimes cry) at the same time – plus fantastic tunes from the Balkan traditions that fed and bred with Klezmer. Look forward to Klezmer Khosidls and Bulgars, Roma Coceks, Bulgarian Horos, and more, from the classic line-up of clarinet, fiddle, accordion and double bass (with some vocals as a bonus!).

Music provided by the talents of: Hannah Cumming – Violin and Vocals, Chris Edmunds – Accordion, Lou Lawrence – Clarinet, Ron Phelan – Bass

We’ll be making space for those who get the odd urge to dance or you can simply listen to this amazing music genre in the comfort of our Memorial Hall.

Get tickets at: https://www.creativeinnovationcentre.co.uk/live-music/klezmer-music-night-with-zeffe-fri-6th-aug/

£12/14

7.30pm

Contact Andrew Knutt: 01823 337477

andy AT ciccic.co.uk

https://www.creativeinnovationcentre.co.uk/


Thu 12th Aug 2021

The Huddle, Quedam Shopping Precinct BA20 1EX

Tots, Tunes and Traditions.

Led by experienced music leader.

An hour of trad songs with actions, dances and some harmony. You need a trio: toddler + parent + older adult (e.g. grandparent or neighbour). Great for people who'd like to try more singing as well as people who already do.
Must be booked in advance as numbers have to be limited. Register with southwestbumpsandbeyond via website or Facebook.
Every Thursday in August, one morning and one afternoon session. Each session stands alone. Nearest parking is Stars Lane pay and display.

Price to be confirmed.

Mornings 10.00-11.00 am
Afternoons 12.30-1.30 pm.

Contact Ann Hinchliffe: 01935 472771

thedancingmaster AT outlook.com

https://southwestbumpsandbeyond.com/2021/06/15/tots-tunes-and-traditions/


Fri 13th Aug 2021 to Sun 15th Aug 2021

Bridport

Bridport Folk Festival

This year's festival will be later than previous years 13-15th August. As in previous years have usual 3 open stages with a host of performers, a number of Morris sides from all over the UK, dance and music workshops, trade and craft stalls, evening concerts, festival beer marquee together with numerous events and music sessions all over the town and West Bay. Further details www.bridportfolkfestival.com.
We are always looking for volunteers and if you can offer any spare time please contact us via the web page
bridfolkfestvolunteers AT gmail.com.


Sat 14th Aug 2021

The David Hall, Roundwell St, South Petherton TA13 5AA

Live and Local with Reg Meuross

There are so many fantastic local musicians in the area and Live and Local is the perfect opportunity for The David Hall to give them a platform to perform on. Petherton Arts Trust is especially pleased that Reg Meuross is able to perform as the headline act. A selection of local entertainers will perform across the evening and would welcome your support on the night. Who knows, you may even be seeing the next big act!

Tickets: £10. No concessions

7.30pm

https://www.thedavidhall.com/home-page/


Mon 16th Aug 2021 to Wed 18th Aug 2021

Halsway Manor, Halsway Lane, near Crowcombe TA4 4BD

Halsway Young Folk: Junior 2021

Full board (accommodation and all meals), tuition and all activities: £75
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first-served basis. There is an application form linked from the website. Please return your completed application form with your payment.

Now in its fourth year, our popular Halsway Young Folk – Juniors is a great introduction to folk music and song for ages 8 – 12. Led by an experienced creative team – Becki Driscoll and Ford Collier, plus Pastoral Lead Kerrie Seymour – this short residential will be filled with fun and imaginative folk activities, using local traditions and customs as inspiration. Children will explore music and song, and create and perform a show for family and friends.
Arrive Monday at 11:30am; there will be a performance by participants at 11:30am Wednesday, followed by farewell picnic in the garden – family and friends welcome.
For young musicians aged 8 – 12. Any instrument, and any level of proficiency welcome. The main thing is that you enjoy music, song and dance, and and being creative!

https://halswaymanor.org.uk/event/halsway-young-folk-junior-2020/


Thu 19th Aug 2021 to Sun 22nd Aug 2021

Purbeck Valley Farm, Harman's Cross BH20 5HU

Purbeck Valley Folk Festival

Purbeck Valley Folk Festival is a small festival set on a farm on the beautiful Jurassic Coastline. We’re a festival that’s loved by everyone because there’s loads for kids to do, loads for parents and loads for the old folkies!

https://www.purbeckvalleyfolkfestival.co.uk


Thu 19th Aug 2021

The Huddle, Quedam Shopping Precinct BA20 1EX

Tots, Tunes and Traditions.

Led by experienced music leader.

An hour of trad songs with actions, dances and some harmony. You need a trio: toddler + parent + older adult (e.g. grandparent or neighbour). Great for people who'd like to try more singing as well as people who already do.
Must be booked in advance as numbers have to be limited. Register with southwestbumpsandbeyond via website or Facebook.
Every Thursday in August, one morning and one afternoon session. Each session stands alone. Nearest parking is Stars Lane pay and display.

Price to be confirmed.

Mornings 10.00-11.00 am
Afternoons 12.30-1.30 pm.

Contact Ann Hinchliffe: 01935 472771

thedancingmaster AT outlook.com

https://southwestbumpsandbeyond.com/2021/06/15/tots-tunes-and-traditions/


Sun 22nd Aug 2021

The David Hall, Roundwell St, South Petherton TA13 5AA

Acoustic Night

Petherton Arts Trust is encouraging local performers to come to The David Hall and perform on a professional stage. All types of performance welcome – The David Hall has had music, comedy, poetry, dance…. Everyone has the opportunity to deliver for 10 – 15 minutes with full PA and lighting. If you would like to attend Acoustic Night as a performer or audience member, please e-mail Chris Watts at folk AT chriswatts.org or call 07715501157. Payment is on the door.

7:30 pm

https://www.thedavidhall.com/home-page/


Thu 26th Aug 2021

The Huddle, Quedam Shopping Precinct BA20 1EX

Tots, Tunes and Traditions.

Led by experienced music leader.

An hour of trad songs with actions, dances and some harmony. You need a trio: toddler + parent + older adult (e.g. grandparent or neighbour). Great for people who'd like to try more singing as well as people who already do.
Must be booked in advance as numbers have to be limited. Register with southwestbumpsandbeyond via website or Facebook.
Every Thursday in August, one morning and one afternoon session. Each session stands alone. Nearest parking is Stars Lane pay and display.

Price to be confirmed.

Mornings 10.00-11.00 am
Afternoons 12.30-1.30 pm.

Contact Ann Hinchliffe: 01935 472771

thedancingmaster AT outlook.com

https://southwestbumpsandbeyond.com/2021/06/15/tots-tunes-and-traditions/


Fri 27th Aug 2021 to Mon 30th Aug 2021

Lyme Regis

Lyme Folk Weekend

See

https://www.lymefolk.com

for details


Mon 30th Aug 2021 to Fri 3rd Sep 2021

Halsway Manor, Halsway Lane, near Crowcombe TA4 4BD

Folk Summer School

This will be the eighth of our folk music, dance and song summer school – for all ages and abilities – led by a crack team of tutors who have detailed knowledge and extensive experience of a wide spectrum of folk music. Jo Freya is not available to join us this year, so our tutors’ responsibilities have changed a little; Carolyn Robson will be leading the vocal workshops, Sophy Ball will be leading the fiddle group and Kerry Fletcher will be leading the dancers as before. David Delarre joins us to lead the guitar tuition, Paul Hutchinson returns to lead the accordion group, while Kevin Dempsey ‘changes hats’ to lead the mixed-instrument ensemble. Expect the usual mix of dance, song, fiddle, accordion, guitar and mixed-instrument, with a programme that’s fluid enough for you to move from group to group should you wish. Throughout the week, we will work towards a full-group ensemble piece, with the whole summer school, a powerful way of bringing everything we do, and all the participants together, in one shared experience, allowing you to learn about how to structure a performance, work together, use all levels of skills (in small and large groups) – and create something that’s amazing and all inclusive!

https://halswaymanor.org.uk/event/folk-summer-school-4/


Fri 10th Sep 2021 to Sun 12th Sep 2021

Swanage

Swanage Folk Festival

Swanage Folk Festival in September… a weekend of concerts, traditional dance displays, dance & music workshops, children’s activities, music sessions and ceilidh

https://www.swanagefolkfestival.com


Fri 10th Sep 2021

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

The Leylines

West-country collective established in 2013, with a genre-defying, eclectic sound that ranges from traditional folk to full blown festival rock. The Leylines are: Steve Mitchell (Vocals/Guitar), Hannah Johns (Violin), Dan Thompson (Electric Guitar), Sean Booth (Bass) and Dave Burbidge (Drums).
The Leylines was founded by a group of musicians in Weston-super-Mare (via Bristol), wishing to combine their individual musical styles into something that isn’t quite folk, sort of punk, 100% heart-pounding revelry. This unique sound, combined with Steve’s lyrics centered around life on the road and the state of society, has launched the band into the heart of the live music community and made them firm favourites of the festival circuit.

Youtube chanel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCfcXBiyOsKNY7eU-kiRV3rg
www.theleylinesmusic.co.uk/

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £14.00
Advance: £12.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/the-leylines-3/


Fri 17th Sep 2021

Piddletrenthide Memorial Hall, Main Street, Piddletrenthide DT2 7QF

The Piddle Valley Barn Dance Club - Chris Toyne playing, Caller Sue Perigo

All welcome!
We are looking forward to a lively evening.

There will be no food but squash will be provided, BYO if you wish.

£6 under 16 free
Start 7.15 for 7.30
Finish 9.30

Contact Sally Condon 01300 348250
riverpiddle2 AT btinternet.com


Sat 18th Sep 2021

Bournemouth Folk Club at St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Sam Carter and Nick Hart

Midlands-born guitarist and songwriter Sam Carter has earned a reputation as a captivating British folk troubadour. He is a highly-regarded instrumentalist, renowned by many as “the finest English-style fingerpicking guitarist of his generation” (Jon Boden). Over the past fifteen years, Sam has made appearances on national TV, won a BBC Folk Award, and has toured the world, sharing stages with some of the world’s foremost guitarists and songwriters, including Nic Jones, Richard Thompson, Martin Simpson, and Chris Wood.
In autumn 2021, Sam will embark on a national tour to support Home Waters’ release, the original 2020 launch tour having been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

samcartermusic.co.uk

£15.00
Doors 7:30pm
Music from 8:00pm

https://bournemouthfolkclub.com/product/sam-carter-and-nick-hart/


Bournemouth Folk Club at St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Sam Carter and Nick Hart

Midlands-born guitarist and songwriter Sam Carter has earned a reputation as a captivating British folk troubadour. He is a highly-regarded instrumentalist, renowned by many as “the finest English-style fingerpicking guitarist of his generation” (Jon Boden). Over the past fifteen years, Sam has made appearances on national TV, won a BBC Folk Award, and has toured the world, sharing stages with some of the world’s foremost guitarists and songwriters, including Nic Jones, Richard Thompson, Martin Simpson, and Chris Wood.
Sam’s albums and live shows attest to his flair for vivid, narrative-driven songwriting and his love for British and American traditional folksong. In 2012 he gave a spell-binding performance on Later… with Jools Holland, playing songs from the shape-note influenced album The No Testament, accompanied by fiddler Sam Sweeney. Sam continues to innovate within the tradition alongside Jim Moray in Folk Award-nominated electro-folk band False Lights, who released their second album Harmonograph to wide acclaim in 2018.

Nick Hart is a folk singer deeply rooted in the English tradition.
Raised in a family of morris dancers, Nick played instrumental music for many years before discovering his passion for traditional song. Whilst studying for an ethnomusicology degree, he began to explore the large body of recordings of traditional singers from the second half of the 20th century, and this led to several years of fevered study and many nights spent at folk clubs and festivals, honing his skills as an unaccompanied singer.
Nick's initially hardline attitude to the accompaniment of folk songs has softened over the years, but his love of the nuances of traditional singing informs his minimal guitar accompaniment, and his songs are delivered with a great emphasis on storytelling. His repertoire of songs, drawn largely from his native East Anglia, reflect his understanding of both the depth and breadth of material within the English tradition and he is fast acquiring a reputation as an engaging and entertaining performer.

£15.00

Doors 7:30, Music 8:00pm

Contact Leonardo MacKenzie: 07780847867

info AT bournemouthfolkclub

bournemouthfolkclub.com


Thu 23rd Sep 2021

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Phil Beer

Charming, disarming and exceptionally talented, multi-instrumentalist Phil Beer is something of a national treasure on the folk, roots and acoustic scene. One-half of award-winning powerhouse Show of Hands, Beer is equally as in demand for his solo shows.
Phil sets out to share some of his most-loved songs at carefully selected venues across the UK. With the odd laugh thrown in for good measure, Beer’s flawless musicianship and rich vocals will leave you wide-eyed and wanting more.

www.YouTube.com/officalshowofhands
www.showofhands.co.uk

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £20.00
Advance: £20.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/phil-beer/


Sat 25th Sep 2021

Bridport Electric Palace, 35 South Street, Bridport DT6 3NY

Martha Wainwright

The beguiling performer and songwriter returns with Love Will Be Reborn, out in August.

Not since 2012’s Come Home to Mama has a Martha Wainwright record been so full of original written material. Wainwright’s fifth studio album follows recent years of loneliness and clarity in search of optimism and joy.

£33.50 adv / £35 door

7.30 pm

https://www.electricpalace.org.uk/events/event/martha-wainwright-2/


Wed 29th Sep 2021

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Sam Carter – Home Waters Album Tour

+ support, Tomato/Tomato
In the ten years since winning Best Newcomer at the 2010 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Sam Carter has earned a reputation for vivid, narrative-driven songwriting and captivating live performances. Having made a spell-binding appearance on Later… with Jools Holland in 2012, Sam has gone on to tour the world, sharing stages with some of the finest guitarists and songwriters, including Nic Jones, Martin Simpson, Richard Thompson, and Chris Wood.
www.samcartermusic.co.uk

Tomato/Tomato

Hang onto your hats because this genre-bending power duo is ready to take you on a ride!
Tomato/Tomato perform an eclectic mix of folk and country that will have you rolling down your windows and singing at the top of your lungs. Their live show includes jaw dropping multitasking, dynamic guitar arrangements, and soaring vocal harmonies. Stitch these elements together with compelling, heartfelt songwriting and you have an unforgettable musical experience.
Whether you say “Tom-ay-to” or “Tom-ah-to” – this high energy duo will have you stomping your feet, clapping your hands, and playing your air washboard with reckless abandon! With two acclaimed albums (So it Goes / I Go Where You Go), Tomato/Tomato is sure to be cooking up something fresh.

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £12.00
Advance: £10.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/sam-carter-2/


Sat 2nd Oct 2021

Nailsea Folk Club, Nailsea Tithe Barn BS48 4NG

Miranda Sykes and Hannah Martin

Details later


Thu 7th Oct 2021

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Glymjack

Glymjack is one of the most exciting emerging artists in UK folk music.

The folk-roots project of award-winning songwriter Greg McDonald, Glymjack sees McDonald’s hard-hitting vision lit up by Gemma Gayner’s lightning fiddle and Radio 2 Folk Award nominee Saul Bailey’s dazzling melodeon on music fRoots describes a “folk with attitude”, and Acoustic calls “as good as contemporary folk comes”
A Glymjack was a Victorian street child with a lantern who led strangers through the streets of London at night. This forgotten character from the dark shadows of British history is celebrated in Glymjack’s signature song “The Glymjack Cry”.

www.glymjack.com

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £12.00
Advance: £10.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/glymjack/


Fri 15th Oct 2021

Piddletrenthide Memorial Hall, Main Street, Piddletrenthide DT2 7QF

The Piddle Valley Barn Dance Club - Arish Mel playing, Caller Teresa Rabbetts

All welcome!
We are looking forward to a lively evening.

There will be no food but squash will be provided, BYO if you wish.

£6 under 16 free
Start 7.15 for 7.30
Finish 9.30

Contact Sally Condon 01300 348250
riverpiddle2 AT btinternet.com


Sat 16th Oct 2021

bournemouth Folk Club at St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Midnight Skyracer

Midnight Skyracer have come a long way in a very short time. Since forming in 2017, the Anglo-Irish all-female quintet have become festival sensations across the UK, Europe and Australasia, toured regularly at home and released a critically-lauded debut album. They also carry the distinction of being the first British act nominated for an award by the International Bluegrass Music Association.
Their all star lineup boasts Leanne Thorose, with her powerhouse vocals and driving mandolin; the virtuoso banjo playing and delicate vocals of Tabitha Benedict; Eleanor Wilkie and her rock solid bass grooves; the versatile Laura Carrivick, equally adept on both fiddle and dobro; and the lightning guitar playing of Charlotte Carrivick. Not only are they all masters of their respective instruments, but the vocal harmonies shared between the five women are second to none.
Following the release of Fire in February 2018, the band released their follow up album in June 2020 on Island Records. Shadows On the Moon, recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in Wiltshire, is a scintillating mix of hard-driven bluegrass and mountain balladry, both edgy and infectious, tender and tough.

midnightskyracer.com

£16.50
Doors 7:30pm
Music from 8:00pm

https://bournemouthfolkclub.com/product/midnight-skyracer/


Bournemouth Folk Club at St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Midnight Skyracer

Midnight Skyracer have come a long way in a very short time. Since forming in 2017, the Anglo-Irish all-female quintet have become festival sensations across the UK, Europe and Australasia, toured regularly at home and released a critically-lauded debut album. They also carry the distinction of being the first British act nominated for an award by the International Bluegrass Music Association.
Their all star lineup boasts Leanne Thorose, with her powerhouse vocals and driving mandolin; the virtuoso banjo playing and delicate vocals of Tabitha Benedict; Eleanor Wilkie and her rock solid bass grooves; the versatile Laura Carrivick, equally adept on both fiddle and dobro; and the lightning guitar playing of Charlotte Carrivick. Not only are they all masters of their respective instruments, but the vocal harmonies shared between the five women are second to none.
Following the release of Fire in February 2018, the band released their follow up album in June 2020 on Island Records. Shadows On the Moon, recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in Wiltshire, is a scintillating mix of hard-driven bluegrass and mountain balladry, both edgy and infectious, tender and tough.

Doors 7:30, Music 8:00pm

£16.50

Contact Leonardo MacKenzie: 07780847867

info AT bournemouthfolkclub

bournemouthfolkclub.com


Sat 23rd Oct 2021

Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QB

Martin and Eliza Carthy

The good Doctor Martin Carthy and his twice Mercury nominated daughter Eliza Carthy, join forces to perform songs. Martin is a legendary ballad singer and guitarist who influenced a generations of artists, including Bob Dylan and Paul Simon, while Eliza has been twice-nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and a multiple-award winner at the BBC Radio Two Folk awards.

This event has been rescheduled from 31 October 2020. All original tickets are valid. Details on the website.

Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £20.00
On the door £23.00
10% off for members

https://www.marinetheatre.com/martin-and-eliza-carthy/


Sun 24th Oct 2021

Nailsea Folk Club, Nailsea Tithe Barn BS48 4NG

Breabach

Details later


Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Tannahill Weavers

Scotland’s Tannahill Weavers are one of the world’s premier Celtic bands. Their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies. Their music demonstrates to old and young alike the rich and varied musical heritage of the Celtic people. These versatile musicians have received worldwide accolades consistently over the years for their exuberant performances and outstanding recording efforts that seemingly can’t get better…yet continue to do just that.

www.tannahillweavers.com

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £14.00
Advance: £12.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/tannahill-weavers-3/


Sat 30th Oct 2021

The David Hall, Roundwell St, South Petherton TA13 5AA

The Demon Barbers XL

As previous winners of Best Live Act at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, there’s no denying The Demon Barbers’ ability to put on a first-class performance.

Over the years they’ve thrilled countless audiences with their live music and dance shows, be it stirring up a frenzy at Glastonbury Festival and Edinburgh Fringe or selling out theatres around the UK!

8.00 pm

Tickets: £19 Full. £18 Concessions.

https://www.thedavidhall.com/event/the-demon-barbers-xl/?mc_cid=2200ec15b4&mc_eid=7f19f38593


Sat 6th Nov 2021

Bridgwater Arts Centre, 11-13 Castle Street TA6 3DD

Andy Cutting & Anne Niepold

Anne Niepold is an extraordinary accordionist and composer. As a performer she is a true force of nature – brash, adventurous and phenomenally skilled, she takes the humble accordion in startling directions.
Andy Cutting is a rarity. A musician’s musician: a soulful and technically outstanding melodeon practitioner with an ear for a fine tune. He has played with Kate Rusby, June Tabor, John McCusker and Under One Sky. He has been awarded the BBC Radio 2 Folk Musician of the year an unprecedented three times, 2008, 2011 and 2016.

THIS IS NOT PART OF A TOUR AND IS THE ONLY GIG THAT ANDY & ANNE ARE PLAYING IN THE SOUTH WEST. CATCH THEM WHILE YOU CAN.

Tickets: £17 & £13 Concs

8.00pm

Contact Steve Coram: 01278 422700

info AT bridgwaterartscentre.co.uk

https://bridgwaterartscentre.co.uk/


Thu 11th Nov 2021

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Martin Simpson – A Master of His Art

The remarkable intimate solo performances Martin gives go from strength to strength – every gig is a masterclass. He travels the length and breadth of the UK and beyond, giving rapt audiences passion, sorrow, love, beauty, tragedy and majesty through his playing.
40 years after he recorded his first album, Golden Vanity, in 1976, Martin is known as a guitarist of formidable talent. Equally at home playing English traditional folk, American folk and blues and his own compositions, he is consistently named as one of the very finest fingerstyle guitar players in the world.

www.martinsimpson.com

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £16.00
Advance: £16.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/martin-simpson-a-master-of-his-art/


Fri 12th Nov 2021

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Faustus

Nominated in the 2009 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Faustus are three of the leading lights of their generation: Benji Kirkpatrick (Seth Lakeman Band, Bellowhead), Saul Rose (Waterson:Carthy, Whapweazel) and Paul Sartin (Bellowhead, Belshazzar’s Feast). They have a plethora of experience between them, brought together here in a virtuosic display of musicianship. Rooted deeply in the English tradition, in 2007 they received a 75th Anniversary Award from the English Folk Dance and Song Society.

www.faustusband.com

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £16.00
Advance: £16.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/faustus-2/


Sat 13th Nov 2021

The Trooper, Stourton Caundle DT10 2JW

Martin Carthy

After 60 years of touring and recording, Martin still remains one of the most respected and influential figures in the folk world, with a broad and varied experience of many aspects of the music business. He's agreed to do an interview/Q & A session during the afternoon, from 3.30pm prior to an evening concert scheduled for 8.00pm. Tickets for the afternoon will be £7.00, and £15.00 for the concert, or come to both for £20.00.
Food will be available from the pub if ordered in advance call the Trooper on 01963 362405 to order from their menu.
Tickets from John Waltham on 01963 362890.


Wed 17th Nov 2021

Bridport Electric Palace, 35 South Street, Bridport DT6 3NY

Show of Hands

Folk supergroup Show of Hands are finally reuniting to perform on the neglected stages of the UK.

Music legends Phil Beer, Steve Knightley, Miranda Sykes and Cormac Byrne will return to captivate audiences with live renditions of their award-winning hits and festival favourites, two years since their concerts were cancelled due to Covid-19.

The band will perform a mouthwatering compilation of iconic signature tracks from the last 25 years, including their two Folk Award-winning songs, ‘Arrogance Ignorance Greed’ (AIG) and ‘Country Life’.

Fans will also be entertained by the band’s new lockdown-themed single ‘The Best One Yet’.

£28.50 ADULT adv / £30 door. U21s (With valid ID) £14.75 adv & door.

https://www.electricpalace.org.uk/events/event/show-of-hands/


Fri 19th Nov 2021

Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QB

Cara Dillon

Cara Dillon occupies an enviable position at the very top of her genre. This extraordinary Irish singer has been captivating audiences and achieving exceptional acclaim for over 20 years. She has (according to Mojo magazine) "Quite possibly the world's most beautiful female voice".
Alongside a selection of favourites from her previous releases, Cara will be performing material from her album “Wanderer” which is a collection of beautiful and moving songs recorded in an intimate setting with her husband and musical partner Sam Lakeman. Every note and word sung with a passion and confidence earned through a life of experience singing traditional songs. Legions of fans will attest to their impassioned performances with Cara’s warm and natural stage presence something to savour.

With support from Jess McAllister

Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £21.00
On the door £25.00
10% off for members

https://www.marinetheatre.com/cara-dillon/


Sat 20th Nov 2021

The Trooper, Stourton Caundle DT10 2JW

Daoiri Farrell

Daoiri Farrell is undoubtedly one of the brightest stars to come out of Ireland's rich singing tradition in recent decades and has become a world phenomenon. He has been described as " so talented, so natural, that you feel as if you might as well give it all up and just listen in awe". He's normally playing in large concert halls so we're lucky to have him booked at the Trooper.
Tickets are £15.00 each and are strictly limited, so advance booking is strongly advised. Contact John on 01963 362890


Thu 25th Nov 2021

Bournemouth Folk Club at St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Martyn Joseph

Martyn Joseph is a completely unique and mind blowing artist. Take everything you think you know about singer songwriters….and rip it up. For one man and a guitar he creates a performance with a huge far-reaching sound that is energetic, compelling and passionate. Be it to two hundred people or twenty thousand, he blows the crowd away night after night.
He is gifted with the rare ability to speak to the soul with his expressive and poignant lyrics and has a career spanning 30 years, 33 albums, over a half a million record sales and thousands of live performances.
Autumn 2021 will see him releasing a brand new studio album of new material, with songs of both insightful observations of our times, along with poignant more personal reflections.

martynjoseph.net

£18.00
Doors 7:30pm
Music from 8:00pm

https://bournemouthfolkclub.com/product/martyn-joseph/


St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Martyn Joseph

Martyn Joseph is a completely unique and mind blowing artist. Take everything you think you know about singer songwriters….and rip it up. For one man and a guitar he creates a performance with a huge far-reaching sound that is energetic, compelling and passionate. Be it to two hundred people or twenty thousand, he blows the crowd away night after night.
He is gifted with the rare ability to speak to the soul with his expressive and poignant lyrics and has a career spanning 30 years, 33 albums, over a half a million record sales and thousands of live performances.
Autumn 2021 will see him releasing a brand new studio album of new material, with songs of both insightful observations of our times, along with poignant more personal reflections.

£18.00

Doors 7:30, Music 8:00pm

Contact Leonardo MacKenzie: 07780847867

info AT bournemouthfolkclub

bournemouthfolkclub.com


Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Emma Stevens

Bringing a refreshing glimmer of hope and an abundance of heart and positivity, British singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Emma Stevens first picked up a guitar at the age of two and has since learnt cello, piano, banjo, ukulele, mandolin and bass.
Emma achieved four consecutive play-listed singles on BBC Radio 2, extensive international radio play in the UK, Europe and Australia, an iTunes single of the week with her song “Riptide”, sold out headline shows and supported The Feeling, Take That, Wet Wet Wet, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Train, Albert Lee and Simply Red to name a few!
Emma’s catchy pop melodies and folky instrumentation has been used on many TV shows on BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4, and even featured on a TV show in China which was broadcast to 75 million people, receiving a whopping 500 million streams in China after!
Since losing her Mum to cancer in 2012, Emma has dedicated her life to her music, writing messages of positivity, hope and love. Her music breathes life and honesty, and is re-establishing a lyrical connection with her audience, something seemingly so absent from an overcrowded marketplace.

www.emmastevensmusic.com

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)

Door Price: £14.00
Advance: £12.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/emma-stevens-trio/


Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QB

Rachel Sermanni

Rachel Sermanni is a Scottish singer-songwriter whose beautiful, fluent sound is a perfect match for eloquent lyrics and a captivating stage presence. Her new single 'Travelled' has just been released.
Written predominantly while pregnant on tour in the US, the lead single actually sees us begin at the journey’s end. Borne into the world two weeks ahead of the birth, the Scottish songwriter celebrates the innate spirituality that inspired her to surrender to the tides, sifting through any mud that came her way to achieve a clarity as crystalline and clear as the sea’s shimmering blue.

+ support

This event has both seating and standing room – be sure to purchase the correct ticket.
Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance seated or standing £14.00
On the door seated or standing £17.00
10% off for members

https://www.marinetheatre.com/rachel-sermanni/


Fri 26th Nov 2021

Piddletrenthide Memorial Hall, Main Street, Piddletrenthide DT2 7QF

The Piddle Valley Barn Dance Club - Tatterdemalion playing, Caller Ruth Thompson

All welcome!
We are looking forward to a lively evening.

There will be no food but squash will be provided, BYO if you wish.

£6 under 16 free
Start 7.15 for 7.30
Finish 9.30

Contact Sally Condon 01300 348250
riverpiddle2 AT btinternet.com


Sat 18th Dec 2021

Bournemouth Folk Club at St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Jackie Oates Trio

Jackie Oates is a mainstay of English traditional music. Regarded as one of the country’s best loved folk performers, Jackie’s current focus is on collaborating with a diverse array of artists and commissions. Following the death of her much-loved dad five days after the birth of her first child, Jackie’s 2018 album The Joy Of Living reached beyond the past lives in folk song to the lived experience of all of us. The Guardian called it “utterly gorgeous… moving, depth-filled.” Since then, Jackie has released classic covers with Scritti Politti’s Rhodri Marsden, researched pagan Bath for the mavericks at Lush cosmetics, been Artist In Residence at the Twitter-famous Museum of English Rural Life, lent her voice and musicianship to CBeebies’ Nick Cope’s Popcast, and begun an ongoing mixed media work about the history of lace telling. Jackie Oates continues to bring elements of the English folk tradition to new people and places; in turn bringing a much needed calm and joy to those who hear it.
For this special Christmas show Jackie will be joined by double bassist John Parker and Mike Cosgrove on piano and accordion.

jackieoates.co.uk/

£15.00
Doors 7:30pm
Music from 8:00pm

https://bournemouthfolkclub.com/product/jackie-oates/


St Ambrose Church, Westbourne BH4 8BE

Jackie Oates Trio

Jackie Oates is a mainstay of English traditional music. Regarded as one of the country’s best loved folk performers, Jackie’s current focus is on collaborating with a diverse array of artists and commissions. Following the death of her much-loved dad five days after the birth of her first child, Jackie’s 2018 album The Joy Of Living reached beyond the past lives in folk song to the lived experience of all of us. The Guardian called it “utterly gorgeous… moving, depth-filled.” Since then, Jackie has released classic covers with Scritti Politti’s Rhodri Marsden, researched pagan Bath for the mavericks at Lush cosmetics, been Artist In Residence at the Twitter-famous Museum of English Rural Life, lent her voice and musicianship to CBeebies’ Nick Cope's Popcast, and begun an ongoing mixed media work about the history of lace telling. Jackie Oates continues to bring elements of the English folk tradition to new people and places; in turn bringing a much needed calm and joy to those who hear it.

For this special Christmas show Jackie will be joined by double bassist John Parker and Mike Cosgrove on piano and accordion.

£15.00

Doors 7:30, Music 8:00pm

Contact Leonardo MacKenzie: 07780847867

info AT bournemouthfolkclub

bournemouthfolkclub.com


Sun 19th Dec 2021

Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QB

The Young'uns

Three time winners of the prestigious BBC Folk Awards, The Young’uns are one of the hottest properties on the UK Folk and Acoustic scene. A unique act – performing mainly accapella - these 3 huge hearted, brass lunged lads from the North of England sing folk songs for our times with heart and humour.
Their album Strangers was voted Best Album by the British public at the 2018 BBC Folk Awards (adding to the Best Group awards the band won consecutively in 2016 and 2015). Described as a ‘record for troubled times’ and ‘an antidote to Brexit,’ it is a bold, profound and resonant collection of songs showcasing the growing talents of Sean Cooney, fast becoming one of folk’s finest songwriters.
Together with Michael Hughes and David Eagle (who is also an award winning stand-up comedian) the Young’uns live performances achieve one of the trickiest balancing acts – an ability to truly ‘make them laugh and make them cry’, while cutting straight to the heart of some of today’s most topical issues.

Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £17.50
On the door £20.00
10% off for members

https://www.marinetheatre.com/the-younguns/


Fri 28th Jan 2022 to Sun 30th Jan 2022

Yarn Market Hotel, Dunster TA24 6SF

Dampiers Round and Ray Goodswen

Folk Dance Workshop Residential weekend

A 2 night residential Folk Dance workshop weekend, includes full board accommodation and Sunday lunch, and all dances. An excursion is included to Exmoor's hidden snowdrop valley. Discount available for bookings before 30/09/21

£305.00 per person sharing, £320.00 single occupancy

Contact Antony Brunt: 01643 821425

hotel AT yarnmarkethotel.co.uk

www.yarnmarkethotel.co.uk


Sun 13th Feb 2022

Nailsea Folk Club, Nailsea Tithe Barn BS48 4NG

Sharon Shannon Quartet

Details later


Fri 18th Feb 2022

Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QB

Lau

For the first time in over a decade, Lau present an entirely acoustic tour. The pioneering Scottish folk trio have always experimented with sound and form; the results have always been complex and thrilling.
This event has been rescheduled from 29 May 2020, 4 November 2020, and 18 June 2021. All original tickets are valid. For more information see the web site.

Already acknowledged as phenomenal live performers (‘the UK’s best live band’ – the Guardian), Lau arrived at a new creative peak with 2019’s Midnight and Closedown (Reveal Records). That album was produced by John Parish (PJ Harvey, This Is The Kit), who said: ‘Lau are in touch with their roots but not bound by them’.
Now 2020’s Unplugged concert tour sees traditional music’s most celebrated innovators strip away their banks of electronics, loops and wild effects. The trio of Kris Drever (guitar, vocals), Martin Green (accordion) and Aidan O’Rourke (fiddle) feel drawn to a more raw and plain-speaking aesthetic. The approach is subtler, less about spectacle, more about close listening. In brash and polarised political times, here is the poetry of real instruments and considerate music making.

Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £18.50
10% off for members

https://www.marinetheatre.com/lau-in-lyme-regis/


Thu 10th Mar 2022

Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QB

Chris Wood

Chris Wood is an uncompromising folk singer songwriter whose music reveals his love for the un-official history of the English speaking people. With gentle intelligence he weaves the tradition with his own contemporary parables.

Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £14.00
On the door £17.00
10% off for members

https://www.marinetheatre.com/chris-wood/


Bridgwater Arts Centre, 11-13 Castle Street TA6 3DD

Lakeman and Roberts

More details later

https://bridgwaterartscentre.co.uk


Fri 18th Mar 2022

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Joshua Burnell Band

Singer-songwriter, storyteller and Hammond organ donor, Joshua Burnell grew up in various locations between France and Scotland. He now resides in York, but everyone assumes he’s from Rivendell. At some point, English folk, prog, contemporary classical, and vintage pop-rock all got mixed up and everyone had a great time so he decided to make a career of it.
Joshua sparked the interest of the folk world with his ambitious Seasons Project which saw him release one of his folk-rock arrangements of a traditional song or tune every week for a year. Fourteen favourites formed Joshua’s release, Songs From The Seasons, released on the 4th May 2018. RnR Magazine gave the album a solid 5/5 rating and commented, “this isn’t about academic research, it’s about playing the music, which is what Joshua does exceptionally well.”

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/0D7517HnJXL2oWR9pRDkza

Website: www.joshuaburnell.co.uk

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:00pm)

Door Price: £15.00
Advance: £13.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/joshua-burnell-band-2/


Thu 24th Mar 2022

Chapel Arts Centre, 9 Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

Track Dogs

Track Dogs have been barnstorming the UK with some major festival appearances and collaborations. It has been a pivotal year including playing to a heaving, rocking Trafalgar Square and surprise on-stage participation of Show of Hands’ Steve Knightley and Seth Lakeman at Shrewsbury Folk Festival. Well-established in Spain where they are based, they are surprising UK music lovers with “Sun-shiny songs thriving on dark themes behind irresistible rhythms.”
The four international “madrileños” (Garrett Wall, Dave Mooney, Howard Brown & Robbie K.Jones) whose artistic name derives from the dark subterranean world of New York’s subway system, present Fire On The Rails, a kicking album that grows on the work that has opened so many doors for the band. If they are still new to you, check out previous releases Kansas City Out Groove and Uke Songs By Track Dogs and see why they are so hard to pigeonhole.

www.trackdogsmusic.com

8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:00pm)

Door Price: £16.00
Advance: £14.00

https://chapelarts.org/events/track-dogs-4/


Sat 21st May 2022

Bridgwater Arts Centre, 11-13 Castle Street TA6 3DD

The Salts

More details later

https://bridgwaterartscentre.co.uk