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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.

 

17th December - SOLD OUT - Belshazzar's Feast - SOLD OUT

Each a virtuoso on their respective instruments, Paul Sartin (oboe, violin, whistle & vocals) and Paul Hutchinson (accordion) showcase their mind-boggling musicianship and combine it with a terrific sense of timing, humour and hilarious banter. You’ll get traditional folk music with a touch of classical, jazz, pop and music hall all thrown in..and laughs galore! £12

 

 

The club is closed for Christmas and New Year

Seasons Greetings from us all

 

 

 

 

7th January - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

 

14th January - Charlotte Carrivick & Kieran Towers

Best known for the work with her twin sister Laura, Charlotte now combines her outstanding skills on clawhammer banjo, mandolin and guitar with the dazzling fiiddle-playing of Kieran Towers. Expect original interpretations of Bluegrass/Appalachian tunes, self-penned material and lovely vocal harmonies. £10

 

21st January - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

 

 

28th January - Mitchell and Vincent

David (guitar, mandola, whistle) and Graham's (violin, guitar, vocals) repertoire is based on traditional music of the British Isles, intermixed with occasional modern cover versions and their own material. Praise has been lavished on them by (amongst others) Ralph Mctell, who said after hearing them, "That was really wonderful". £10

 

4th February - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

11th February - Steve Turner

From a long line of English concertina players and singers, Steve made a long overdue and welcome return to the folk scene in 2005. Often "under the radar", he is a fine arranger of traditional material and his understated style belies his talent and sheer quality of musicianship. According to Nancy Kerr, he has a "total intensive musical focus and a vase serious repertoire". £10

18th February - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

25th February - Edge Larks (Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin)

Despite a new name and lots of new material, this talented pair will need no introduction to most of you. Winners of the "Best Duo" at the 2014 Folk Awards and with subsequent nominations, their originality, Pillip's phenomenal beatbox harmonica and slide guitar together with Hannah's fine voice guarantee a mesmerising evening's entertainment £12

4th March- Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1

11th March - Sara Grey & Kieron Means

From New England but having also lived in Scotland, Sara is steeped in the traditions of the USA, England, Scotland and Wales. she is an accomplished singer, storyteller and banjo player, mainly interested in songs that have crossed the atlantic. Son Kieron sings and plays guitar and together they perform traditional British and old-time American songs and tunes. £10

 

18th March - Open night

Audience and performers equally welcome. £1


25th March - Gareth Davies-Jones

This is Gareth's first apperance at Folk on the Moor but he has been a highly regarded professional singer/songwriter for the last 13 years. From County Down, he now lives in the North-East and his songs cover odes to iconic lighthouses, maritime daring and tragedy, tributes to WW1 tunnellers, Northumberland's landscape, songs of hope and love... and everything in between! £10