We’re back with the wonderful guys over at Pear O’Legs Records in the gorgeous setting of St Anne and St Agnes church. 3/4 of the Broads will be supporting the fabulous TEYR, and we can’t wait!
Very excited to be returning to our favourite community greenhouse for an evening of song surrounded by plants and flowers and all lovely things!
Gates open 6pm to give an opportunity to see the gardens and get food and drink. The Norfolk Broads’ first set will be at 6.30pm to 7.15pm. Interval 7.15pm to 7.45pm. Second set 7.45pm to about 8.30pm.
Tickets £10/£7 conc.
Join us at our favourite East London bookshop, Pages of Hackney, for an evening of music, mulled wine, and book shopping on the 20th December.
This event is completely free so come along, browse the shelves, buy a book, and share in the festivities!
Join us upstairs at the Calthorpe Arms, Gray's Inn Road, where we'll be singing some old favourites and some new songs at the Cellar Upstairs Folk Club.
No need to book, just pay on the door! £8/£6 non-members/members.
We are really excited to be joining some of our favourite shanty friends at this years Harwich Shanty Festival! For three days the historic seaport town of Harwich is taken over by top shanty crews, offering concerts, singarounds, barge trips, maritime crafts, and a whole host of other activities.
Tickets will be available later in the year, watch this space for more information.
We are looking forward to supporting our friend Ewan McLennan at the lovely Brockwell Community Greenhouses. Enjoy an evening of acoustic folk music surrounded by the flora and fauna of our favourite community garden.
We are thrilled to have been invited to sing at the Goose is Out, one of our favourite South London folk nights, supporting Jim Moray, and Counter's Creek.
Doors at 7pm, music from 8pm.
Book your ticket here.
Join us on the 22nd May at Sutton House where we'll be singing in a beautiful traditional gypsy caravan as part of The Gypsy Caravan Theatre's latest project - Women and Power. Organised by our friends at the Pages of Hackney bookshop, we'll be joined by poet Meryl Pugh who'll be reading from her debut poetry collection, Natural Phenomena.
Tickets are £5 and available here.
What better way to recover after the excesses of a bank holiday than at the wonderful Harrison pub with some delicious food and some East Anglian themed folk acts! Join us at Pair O'Legs Records monthly folk night where we'll be singing, along with our friend and fabulous musician Nick Hart.
Get your tickets here.