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(Unless otherwise stated entrance = (£6 Members / £7 Non-Members)

PLEASE NOTE:- Doors Open at 7:30 Music starts at 8:00


And Booked So Far - 2024 

3rd July

Paul Hutchinson &
Deb Hannis
(£10 / £11)

A member of the much-loved duo Belshazzar’s Feast, Paul has 20 years of touring in the UK, appearances on television and radio gained them many plaudits including a nomination for Best Duo at the BBC Folk Awards in 2010. He is regarded as one of the top accordionists in the country because of his unique, refreshing, and at times ‘classical’ approach to playing.

Debra is a talented young traditional singer from Gloucestershire and sings with a maturity of style far beyond her years. She has been described as “The west country’s Julie Murphy” Brought up in a musical family, (her grandparents were “collected” source singers) she grew up surrounded by the folk music of her native county. With a repertoire encompassing well known shanties & chorus songs, traditional ballads, songs from Gloucestershire and songs from her own family, she is also a fine flautist specialising in 18th and 19th Century English country dance tunes.

10th July

Cathy Barclay  & Sarah Yarwood
(£9 / £10)

Mother & daughter duo Cathy Barclay & Sarah Yarwood weave delicate vocal harmonies into songs of the folk tradition. Cathy sang with a capella bands Beggars Velvet & Bryony. She also plays the dulcimer. Their album 'Our Thyme' was released in April 2023.


17th July

Sound Tradition
(£11 / £12)

Sound Tradition is an a cappella folk foursome (David, Linda, Catherine and Moose) singing in glorious harmony. Their varied repertoire ranges from lively chorus songs to lilting ballads, and from medieval times to the modern day, but always with an ear for the English folk tradition. They have proudly supported such luminaries as Martin Carthy, Dave Swarbrick, Chris Wood and Roy Bailey but also enjoy the main stage in their own right. Hailing from East Anglia, Sound Tradition can be found at clubs and festivals across the country – come and join in!


 “Powerful and rousing traditional songs with lovely harmonies. Go and see them!”

All Wednesdays
without guests.

Singers Nights.
Admission £2 for everyone.

Bring your instruments, poems, stories and particularly your favourite songs and join in - or just listen or sing the choruses.

Contact PAT on 01795 423674 to book seats or for information