Folk Music: Judy Cook

judy cook

Judy lifts the spirit and entertains with splendid traditional ballads and songs from a huge and varied Anglo-American repertoire. Her clear and engaging unaccompanied presentation combine with her joy of singing to delight all listeners.

Friday 31 March, 2017

7:00 PM

£5 Entry

Tickets available online:

 matt seattle
Matt Seattle Band

The blend of Border pipes, fiddle, accordion, guitar and middle eastern percussion has been likened to Border lamb with Moroccan spice – music from here, enhanced with the finest natural ingredients from around the world.

Wild, beautiful, wonderful music.

Friday 21 April 2017
7:00 PM

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Seas of Mirth
Nautical rockers Seas Of Mirth have been causing quite the ruckus over the last few years. There is a sizeable crew with a varying sound, marinated in maritime. Think folk instruments, worldly rhythms, prog rock-esque adventurousness, and bizarre sea-based song concepts. Expect plenty of nautical stupidity and theatrics at a ridiculously high-energy live show.
Their new album “Hark! The Headland Approacheth” is out now on I’m Not From London Records.
Seas of Mirth have played at Glastonbury Festival, Bestival, Secret Garden Party, Boomtown, Edinburgh Fringe and plenty of other weird and wonderful stages across the UK and mainland Europe.

“You’ll never hear sea-shanties in the same way ever again” – Virtual Festivals
“Great fun… irrepressible, with lots of good tunes and musicianship” – R2 (Rock ‘n’ Reel)
“An extremely refreshing and encouraging type of ridiculous” – Fatea Magazine
“Not your typical sea-shanty inspired band… will go down a storm” – Folk Radio UK
Saturday 3rd June, 2017
7:30 PM
Entry £10