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Our Guest List includes many of the most talented performers from the world of acoustic/folk music ...

All ticket prices are discounted by £2 for members. Why not join for £10 and enjoy the benefits? Prices quoted below are for non-members.


15th September - John Ward Trio

Suffolk-born, singer/songwriter John started playing ukelele at 12 and bass guitar at 14 but quickly graduated to the folk scene, earling influences being Martin Carthy, Dick Gaughan and Dougie MacLean. Performing his own and traditional songs here with wife Lynne and Les Woodley, they accompany on guitar, double bass, mandolin, harmonica, whistles and bodhran. £11


22nd September - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

29th September - Damien Barber & Mike Wilson

Nominated for the BBC best duo award in 2010, East Anglian Damien (a folk-club regular since the age of 5!) and Mike (the youngest member of the renowned Wilson family from Teeside) are two fine exponents of traditional song. They throw in excellent modern material too, with great voices all skilfully accompanied on guitar and concertina. £10



6th October - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

13th October - Luke Jackson

Given the 2016 FATEA Award for "Male Artist of the Year", 25 year old Luke has often been compared to a young Richard Thompson. He is an accomplished songwriter with a voice that lends itself equally to the blue and his own more personal tales. His guitar playing is described as "melodically blessed" and he has already toured extensively in Europe, Canada and the USA. £10

20th October - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

27th October - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

3rd November - Sarah McQuaid

A highly polished performer, Sarah is a singer whose material reflects her cosmopolitan background (Spanish father, American mother, dual Irish/American citizenship). A songwriter/guitarist of note, she interprets an eclectic mix of songs and her latest album was dubbed "A consummate artistic triumph that marks a new phase in McQuaid's career." (Folk Radio UK) . £10

10th November - Daoiri Farrell

Undoubtedly, one of the leading exponents of Irish traditional music, Daoiri won the 2013 All Ireland Singer award as well as 2 BBC Folk Awards in 2017. He has accompanied such luminaries as Christy Moore on bousouki and in 2018 toured with the Transatlantic Sessions. Mark Radcliffe described him as "effortless, instinctive, natural ... the real deal". £12