We are delighted to be partnering with the wonderful Bath Folk Festival team and hosting eight great gigs in 2018 (over four evenings) at the Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel – which is renowned for it’s good acoustics!
Each night the doors open at 6.30pm with the performances 7-9pm. Tickets are £10 in advance (book online below) or £12 on the door.
Sunday 12th August
Hailed by Mark Knopfler, Kevin Brown is a living legend and quite simply one of the UK’s finest acoustic blues and slide guitarists on the Circuit today.
Johnny Coppin is a singer/songwriter, composer and poetry anthologist, formerly with the folk-rock band Decameron.
The Bookshop Band are the musical oﬀspring of an artistic love-aﬀair between a group of award winning
songwriters and an independent bookshop in Bath, Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights. The songs are the musical outpouring of the band’s own response to books they have read.
An Dhá performed to a full house here last year and we’re delighted to have them back. An Dha means ‘The Two’ in Gaelic. Two musicians, two cultures, the violin and the cello, separate yet merging into one sound.
Wednesday 15th August
John Dipper and David Malkin
John Dipper – viola d’amore, Dave Malkin – guitar, voice
Dipper Malkin are rapidly earning a reputation for elevating traditional music to new heights of sturdy beauty and sophistication, with groundbreaking projects and new compositions.
Deuair is Elsa Davies and Ceri Owen-Jones: fiddle, harp & two voices. Championing the revival in traditional Welsh music, they have been favourites of the Bath Folk Festival and have been invited back many times.
Alan Burke is widely regarded as one of the finest ballad singers of his generation. Well-known as a member of Rambling Boys of Pleasure, Alan possesses an almost inexhaustible repertoire of traditional, contemporary and self-penned songs in both the English and Irish languages.
21year-old fiddle player Matt Tyghe has an Irish and Trinidadian background and is quickly making a name for himself in the world of folk and Traditional music. Tad Sergeant is something of a legend on the London trad circuit already and performs all over the world.
Tickets are £10 in advance or £12 on the door.