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This Week 18th August

 8:30 at the Harlequin

 Local Night :

Chris Tavener, Sam Lyon, Chris Atherton,

Milly Pye, Eddie Ogle  £5 (£4 mem)



A feast of young talent from our local area













https://christavener.bandcamp.com/ http://www.samlyonmusic.com/ https://soundcloud.com/chrisatherton http://unionartists.com/artists/milly-pye/ https://www.facebook.com/eddioglemusician/





Your Host: Iain

For all guest nights a seat can be guaranteed by making advance payment  online

 (no booking fee) from DAN at www.danarts.co.uk or in person at the club

If you have queries please contact Brenda Yates 01565  733197

Coming Up..................

1st  September 8:30      Steve Turner  £7 (£6 mem)


Steve Turner is a pioneer of highly sophisticated English concertina song accompaniments,  with one of the best voices in the business He also accompanies himself on the cittern, and plays mandolin and banjo.



15th to 29th  September

Northwich Folk Fortnight - Forty Years of Folk


15th September  Heritage Singers Night  Bring us the song you’ve been singing since you started and still love!


22nd September Archie Fisher £10 (£8 mem) Archie  Fisher MBE    is recognized as Scotland’s foremost folk troubadour  with a career spanning over  four  decades. His songs have been covered by  Fairport Convention  and John Renbourn,  and  he’s  appeared  as  a  guitarist  on  albums  by  Tom  Paxton  and  Tommy Makem  and Liam Clancy  among others.

  https://www.redhouserecords.com/artists/archie-fisher


29th September Bernard Wrigley £10 (£8 mem) Welcome return of the Bolton Bullfrog. From starting in folk clubs as a child bride, and then writing & performing at the Octagon theatre in Bolton, his career has always combined singing and acting: Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Phoenix Nights, Dinnerladies, Brassed Off, to name but a few. Come and be entertained!  

http://bernardwrigley.com

Support by Ildikó Csige and Michael Billington.