8:30 at the Polish Club



Singers Night with guest host Charlotte Peters Rock


 Charlotte is one of the stalwarts of our club and she will be hosting the evening. It will be our usual mix of songs,

tunes and poetry, however, it's not compulsory, but Charlotte would be very happy if people came along with a protest song or two!

 Coming Up..................

This Week 25th January 2019


 1st February 8:30 at the Harlequin

Alden Patterson and Dashwood. £7 (£6 Mem)

Norwich-based folk trio Alden Patterson and Dashwood weave rich vocal harmonies, fiddle, dobro, guitar and mandolin around beautifully written original songs and melodies. Their music takes influence from folk traditions from both sides of the Atlantic with uplifting instrumentals and self-penned songs depicting tales of young travellers, sleepy seas and their affection for home. https://aldenpattersonanddashwood.com/

Supported by Chester-based singer An Croenen and friends.

Flanders-born  An sings traditional English, Irish and Appalachian folk songs accompanied by a variety of instruments.

https://chestersongbirds.wordpress.com/about-an-croenen/



 15th February 8:30 at the Harlequin

Pete Morton. £8 (£6 Mem)  

“Certain writers and singers of folk songs have that combination of lyrical perspicacity and clear-sighted delivery that set them apart from all others, the idiosyncratic Pete Morton is one of those... That’s because he delivers messages and explores themes that everyone can relate to and does it in a way that demands nothing more than turning your ear to his perfectly placed lyrics.” FolkWords, Tim Carroll. http://www.petemorton.com/

Supported by club regular Joe Cainen

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