Sunday 1st March
A singer of songs and a teller of tales from the hills of Dumfries & Galloway who happily fingerpicks his way through life’s travails.
Songs funny or sad, happy or grim, meaningful or meaningless played fast or slow (sometimes both at the same time)…….He likes a giggle.
“ Great guitarist, excellent singer and a wide variety of superb material in many styles…….from poignant to witty, from hard-hitting to gentle ballads, traditional to contemporary, songs that grab your attention and songs that tell a story. What’s not to like?”
The Wivenhoe Folk Club
Non members £7, Concessions £6, Members £5
Sunday 8th March
Sunday 15th March
‘Cake and Ceilidh’
Our Annual Members’ Night!
featuring a concert spot by the
SOUTHAMPTON FOLK ORCHESTRA
who are also the musicians for the ceilidh
with a slice of cake and a ‘cuppa’
Non Members £5.00, Members FREE
Sunday 22nd March
Sunday 29th March
Guest Night with Wildwood Jack
Wildwood Jack are a totally unique acoustic guitar and ukulele duo from Kent.
Having sold their home in 2013 to hit the road and tour the world they bring a heartwarming and adventurous spirit to their music and to audiences wherever they play. The quality of their musicianship together with songs that sparkle with the journeys of a life on the road will be sure to uplift you. Contemporary folk music with a twist of bluegrass and world music played with outstanding fingerstyle guitar and ukulele.
Wildwood Jack are husband and wife Adam Piggott and Jayne Freeman, brought together by a love of music when they first met in 1991 at Hull University and they’ve been travelling on musical journeys ever since. Settling in Hastings in East Sussex in 2002 they played in various musical projects from samba bands, ukulele sextets and a cabaret trio all the while gathering and writing songs with music taking them further and further afield. From these travels and adventures they longed to hit the road full time and in June 2013 they sold up and began an inspirational journey that’s taken them all over the UK, Europe and New Zealand. Playing at acoustic clubs, folk clubs, festivals, house concerts and even busking has brought new people to their music.
Non members £6 Concessions £5.50 Members £5