All Singers and Musicians are welcome, and we endeavour to ensure that everyone performs. It is a very popular event, so it is recommended that you arrive at 8pm and give your name to the MC at the table by the entrance door.
We have unaccompanied singers, singers with guitars, singers with whistles, whistle solos, accordion, melodeon and concertina, group offerings, duos, shruti box, hand bells, keyboards, with choices of poetry and humorous writings interspersing the music.
We enjoy plenty of sing-a-long well-known songs, along with self-written songs and music, traditional folk, modern "popular-music-metamorphosing-into-folk" and some great poetry. Bob Dylan often gets an airing....very often, in fact!
We are an acoustic Folk Club, so there is NO AMPLIFICATION. Only keyboards are allowed to plug into the electricity socket. However, the acoustics are great, so you won't need amplification. But note, electric guitars and electric bass guitars are not accommodated.
Come and enjoy the music, whether as a performer or an audience member. We are at The Telegraph on the 9th May and fortnightly after that. (Note the Guest Artists' Page as we have Guest Artists four to five times per year.)
An informal sing-around is held in The Telegraph bar on the Non-Folk Club Tuesdays. You are very welcome to join this gathering.
The AGM and Welsh themed night were held on 22nd May 2018.
Thanks to all who brought Welsh themed songs and music, and the brave souls who sang in Welsh! Thanks go to the Committee for seeing us through another year, and they were unanimously voted in for the coming year.
Charity Night - 5th June 2018 - proceeds to be donated to the Grove Centre, a day care facility for adults with learning disabilities.
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