1st July 2019

The Bombadils

Nova Scotian maritimer Luke Fraser and Alberta prairie-girl Sarah Frank create beautiful harmonies and enchanting melodies with old folk songs, poetry, and original songs in a Canadian folk and contemporary bluegrass framework. 
They made a guest appearance at the club about 5 years ago when Georgia Lewis & Friends were playing, so it's about time we got them back for a full gig!

3rd June 2019

Lizzy Hardingham

Lizzy is a young folk musician, playing a mixture of traditional and contemporary material, all of her own design. Lizzy has won the Herts, Watford and Milkmaid Folk Song Competitions: bringing significance to stories old and new.  Her voice, guitar playing and songwriting combined she had been described as "a rising star on the folk scene, not to be missed!"

6th May 2019

The Dovetail Trio

Performing England's traditional songs with a new energy, The Dovetail Trio have been exploring folk narratives with musical skill and a passion for their heritage since forming in 2014. Effortlessly combining the distinctive voices and acclaimed instrumental talents of Jamie Roberts (guitar & vocals), Rosie Hood (vocals), and local legend Matt Quinn (duet concertina and vocals). Since releasing their debut album Wing of Evening in 2015, The Dovetail Trio have toured folk clubs across the UK and Canada and played at leading festivals around the country including Cambridge Folk Festival and Sidmouth Folk Week, as well as performing live on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 3. Their brand new album is out in May, so come along and you'll be among the first to hear it!


1st April 2019

Georgia Lewis

Georgia is a singer and multi-instrumentalist who performed for us a few years ago when she studied at Brighton Institute of Modern Music. Since then she's gone on to be nominated for the BBC 2 Folk Awards and record her debut album 'The Bird Who Sings Freedom" – we're excited  to have her back!


4th March 2019

Brown Boots

Will Allen on melodeon and Martin Clarke on fiddle. Their musical background is rooted in playing for dancing – taking you on a journey across beautiful musical landscapes, with tunes from across England, Scotland and Ireland – and even further afield – soaring melodies, imaginative harmonies and inticing rhythm. It’s like going for a walk on a clear, spring morning, with the fresh air full of life. Bring your boots…


4th February 2019


Suntrap (Sara Byers, Mary Wilson, John Sandall and Sue Graves) are a folk-inspired group with beautiful, entrancing vocal harmonies on original and self-written material.

Sara and Mary began singing together after meeting at Cecil Sharp House in 1996. The following year they made their first demo at Dave Pegg's Woodwork Studios and Suntrap have gone on to make four highly regarded CDs, the most recent of these released on Fellside Recordings. They have played all over the UK and Europe at major folk festivals, folk clubs and art centres. The band have been privileged to open Cambridge and Warwick Folk Festivals. 

7th January 2019

The Twagger Band

Formed in 2008, The Twagger Band (singer and anglo concertina player Will Duke, duo Joy Lewis and Derrick Hughes, multi-instrumentalist Sue Evans, and Unreel Ceilidh Band member Ian Chisholm) play a diverse collection of instruments, including Anglo and English concertinas, dulcimers, harp, psaltery, harmonium, Northumbrian smallpipes, whistles, recorders, mandolin, bouzouki, guitar, crumhorn and serpent.

Performing Beautiful and funny songs and tunes from Britain and beyond, an evening of entertainment awaits!