Category Archives: Venues

The Somers folk club: change of venue

I hear from Phil Heinricy (thanks, Phil!) that THE SOMERS  folk club in Worcester is no longer in the Alma Tavern, which has closed. The club now meets at Bishop Allenby Hall, St. Stephen’s Church, off St. Stephen’s Street, Worcester WR3 7HS. … Continue reading

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Hotspur acoustic session: changes of venue

Changes of venue for the Hotspur Club, formerly at Shobdon airfield. Continue reading

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Yew Tree Irish session: change of venue

As noted on the Regular Events page, there is a change of venue for the last-Friday-of-the-month session formerly held at the Yew Tree in All Stretton. Note that there is no last Friday session at either venue in June 2018, … Continue reading

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Wheatsheaf, Shrewsbury High Street

I mentioned ages ago that the Thursday session at the Wheatsheaf in Shrewsbury (Acoustic Sloggers Facebook group), and the 1st/3rd Wednesday Wheatsheaf Open Mic , are back on track after a bit of a hiccup, but I forgot to update the regular events … Continue reading

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Session at Sun in Clun (temporarily) moving

[And, as of May 2018, it’s back at the Sun! Hope they enjoyed their little holiday in Bishops Castle. 🙂 ] Note from Trevor Hedges: “The Sun in Clun has closed – booo! It’s temporary – not so bad then….. … Continue reading

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Meadow Folk Club ‘is no more’

Sadly, according to its Facebook page ‘the Meadow folk club is no more’. Hasn’t been since early 2017, but these things tend to pass me by now I don’t live in the area.

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Jim Causley, Charles Causley, and the Song House Ludlow

Last night I caught up with our recording of Cornwall’s Native Poet: Charles Causley, screened a little while ago on BBC4.  It’s actually a cut-down (60 minutes) version of a 90-minute film produced by Jane Darke, and my wife recorded it for … Continue reading

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