|Paul Anderson & Shona Donaldson - a rare chance
on Teesside to hear some of the best of Scottish traditional music
and song. Paul is a world-renowned fiddle player who, in a tradition
that stretches back to Neil Gow, is also an acclaimed composer, adding
to that tradition. Shona is an award-winning singer who especially
enjoys the Doric songs of her native Aberdeenshire. She is a former
winner of the MG Alba Scots Singer of the Year and to date the only
woman to win the Bothy Ballads Champion of Champions competition.
Cancelled due to illness. Singaround
|7th and14th Singarounds -- 21st and
28th Club closed
|Welcome back to Dan
McKinnon from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dan has a wonderful
baritone voice and some exceedingly fine self-penned songs which have
evoked comparisons with Stan Rogers. He’s also one of the most
engaging and genuine performers on the scene.
|Damien Barber - Raised in Norfolk and heavily influenced
by earlier Norfolk singers like Walter Pardon and Peter Bellamy, Damien
is a stylish and distinctive singer, either a capella or accompanied
on guitar or concertina..After two Covid-enforced postponements,we're
glad to help him celebrate 30(+) years in folk music.
|Roisin Ban is a Yorkshire-based trio (it means
White Rose) featuring Chris Dyson, Paddy Heffron and our old friend
Gordon Tyrrall. They play mainly Irish and Scottish songs & music
with fiddle, flute, melodeon and step dancing. Sure to be a lively,
entertaining evening. (Find them on Facebook)
|Hot spot for New Roots finalist Kyle Lennox
from Guisborough. Kyle sings and plays concertina, melodeon
and banjo. A chance to share the folk-club scene with a new talent.
Wilson A welcome return for an old friend of the Club
- a folk hero with a cheery face and a wealth of songs, traditional
and self-penned, accompanied by lively guitar, mandola and banjo.
"He is always a delight, Go and see him!" [Bridge Folk
|Christmas Party - Free entry for members and friends of
the Club. Bring food (in moderation) for a shared supper: join in
singing and playing. Seasonal outfits or headwear are optional.