Gerry Colvin At Rosslyn Court

Rosslyn Court 62 Sweyn Road, Margate

'A fantastic evening is absolutely guaranteed with any Gerry Colvin concert. He performed here in 2021 and was such a success that we invited him back here on Oct 20th. Sadly he was unwell so is returning instead on Feb 2nd 2023. If we could harvest his energy it could run the lights!'

£6.60 – £19.80

Frankie Archer At Cobalt Studios, Newcastle

Cobalt Studios 10 Boyd St, Shieldfield

Frankie Archer composes and plays with heart and sensitive curiosity. She started out surrounded by Northumbrian folk music, and draws deeply on this in her own fiddle playing, singing and writing, described by Mark Radcliffe as "fascinating and intoxicating". Frankie has travelled, taught, learned and performed in many different places around the world, enriching her style and musical identity. Frankie impressed audiences recently after performing at Manchester Folk Festival/English Folk Expo in October. On stage, her devotion to the music […]

Fern Maddie At The Stables, Milton Keynes

The Stables Stockwell Ln, Milton Keynes

Fern Maddie is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and experimental folk artist based in Central Vermont (N’Dakinna). Her debut EP, North Branch River, was named one of the 10 best Vermont records of 2020 by Seven Days. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, her debut album, Ghost Story, was released in 2022, and was named The Guardian's Folk Album of the Month in July 2022, gaining a five-star review. Blending driving, trancey instrumentals with crisp vocals and the simple lyrical rhythms of old folk songs, […]

£13.50

Julian Gaskell & His Ragged Trousered Philanthropists At Green Note, Camden

Green Note 106 Parkway, London

Penryn’s premium post-ragtime, rembetika punk, swing polka klezmer blues trio present a new anthology of some of the most melodramatic, gruesome and supernatural broadside ballads from the 17th to 19th centuries.  These popular ballads, selected from the Bodleian and EFDSS archives, cover everything from funeral arrangements to cat food and rural insurrection and date from the 17th-19th centuries.  Gaskell and his Philanthropists have made it their business to rummage through the bin for the most misanthropic and inappropriate material, throwing […]

£12

Julian Gaskell & His Ragged Trousered Philanthropists At The Bell, Bath

The Bell Inn, Bath 103 Walcot St, Bath

Penryn’s premium post-ragtime, rembetika punk, swing polka klezmer blues trio present a new anthology of some of the most melodramatic, gruesome and supernatural broadside ballads from the 17th to 19th centuries.  These popular ballads, selected from the Bodleian and EFDSS archives, cover everything from funeral arrangements to cat food and rural insurrection and date from the 17th-19th centuries.  Gaskell and his Philanthropists have made it their business to rummage through the bin for the most misanthropic and inappropriate material, throwing […]

Fern Maddie At Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

Trinity Theatre Church Rd, Royal Tunbridge Wells

Fern Maddie is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and experimental folk artist based in Central Vermont (N’Dakinna). Her debut EP, North Branch River, was named one of the 10 best Vermont records of 2020 by Seven Days. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, her debut album, Ghost Story, was released in 2022, and was named The Guardian's Folk Album of the Month in July 2022, gaining a five-star review. Blending driving, trancey instrumentals with crisp vocals and the simple lyrical rhythms of old folk songs, […]

£12

Frankie Archer At Three Tanner’s Bank, North Shields

Three Tanner's Bank Tanners' Bank, North Shields

Frankie Archer composes and plays with heart and sensitive curiosity. She started out surrounded by Northumbrian folk music, and draws deeply on this in her own fiddle playing, singing and writing, described by Mark Radcliffe as "fascinating and intoxicating". Frankie has travelled, taught, learned and performed in many different places around the world, enriching her style and musical identity. Frankie impressed audiences recently after performing at Manchester Folk Festival/English Folk Expo in October. On stage, her devotion to the music […]

£8

Fern Maddie At The Greys, Brighton

The Greys 105 Southover St, Brighton

Fern Maddie is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and experimental folk artist based in Central Vermont (N’Dakinna). Her debut EP, North Branch River, was named one of the 10 best Vermont records of 2020 by Seven Days. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, her debut album, Ghost Story, was released in 2022, and was named The Guardian's Folk Album of the Month in July 2022, gaining a five-star review. Blending driving, trancey instrumentals with crisp vocals and the simple lyrical rhythms of old folk songs, […]

Fern Maddie At Poole Arts Centre

Poole Arts Centre 21 Kingland Rd, Poole

Fern Maddie is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and experimental folk artist based in Central Vermont (N’Dakinna). Her debut EP, North Branch River, was named one of the 10 best Vermont records of 2020 by Seven Days. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, her debut album, Ghost Story, was released in 2022, and was named The Guardian's Folk Album of the Month in July 2022, gaining a five-star review. Blending driving, trancey instrumentals with crisp vocals and the simple lyrical rhythms of old folk songs, […]

Sam Sweeney At Cecil Sharp House

Cecil Sharp House 2 Regent's Park Rd, Camden, London

Solo – exclusive, intimate and totally acoustic.

£10 – £14

Fern Maddie At Pound Arts, Corsham

Pound Arts Pound Pill, Corsham

Fern Maddie is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and experimental folk artist based in Central Vermont (N’Dakinna). Her debut EP, North Branch River, was named one of the 10 best Vermont records of 2020 by Seven Days. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, her debut album, Ghost Story, was released in 2022, and was named The Guardian's Folk Album of the Month in July 2022, gaining a five-star review. Blending driving, trancey instrumentals with crisp vocals and the simple lyrical rhythms of old folk songs, […]

Frankie Archer At The Talleyrand, Manchester

The Talleyrand 1030 Stockport Rd, Manchester

Frankie Archer composes and plays with heart and sensitive curiosity. She started out surrounded by Northumbrian folk music, and draws deeply on this in her own fiddle playing, singing and writing, described by Mark Radcliffe as "fascinating and intoxicating". Frankie has travelled, taught, learned and performed in many different places around the world, enriching her style and musical identity. Frankie impressed audiences recently after performing at Manchester Folk Festival/English Folk Expo in October. On stage, her devotion to the music […]

£8.30

Roswell At Rosslyn Court

Rosslyn Court 62 Sweyn Road, Margate

'A duo whose voices combine to create a seamless flow of rich, harmonic beauty' ~ Americana UK. Harmony-loving multi-instrumentalists Zoё Wren and Jasmine Watkiss formed Roswell at an open mic in Cambridgeshire in 2018. The Americana/ Folk duo have several awards under their belt, including Purbeck Rising 2018 and Fatea EP of the Year Award 2019 for their debut EP ‘Remedy’. They have supported John Smith, Gilmore & Roberts and Ben Ottewell, and played main stage shows at Purbeck Valley […]

£6.60 – £19.80

Andy Cutting At Blaxhall Village Hall

Blaxhall Village Hall Church Rd, Blaxhall

Andy Cutting is a rarity. A musician's musician (BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winner Best Musician 2008, 2011 & 2016): a soulful and technically outstanding melodeon practitioner with an ear for a fine tune. Many of his tunes have been purloined along the way: some considered contemporary classics on the folk scene. But then, Andy is also a warm and emotive performer, modestly engaging his audiences with his self-deprecating wit and then flooring them with downright staggering musicianship. There are […]

£15.40

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