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March 2017
Tilston & Lowe    30th Mar, 8.00pm
Steve Tilston and Jez Lowe, two of the UK acoustic/folk scene's finest songwriters join forces for a series of concerts filled with songs and music, chat and banter and intimate insights into their approach to their craft. Head to head, neck and neck (guitar necks, that is!) listen in as they rekindle the spontaneity of their late-night living-room song swaps.
Cotleigh Brewery, Ford Road, Wiveliscombe, TA4 2RE
£15/£13 concessions
April 2017
GreenMatthews    20th Apr, 8.00pm
Formerly known as Blast from the Past, Chris Green and Sophie Matthews play English traditional songs and tunes in a thoroughly 21stcentury kick-ass style. Using a beguiling blend of ancient instruments such as cittern, English border bagpipes and shawm as well as modern folk instruments such as guitar, flute and piano accordion, Chris and Sophie breathe new life into material from hundreds of years ago, making it fresh, relevant and accessible for a modern audience.
Cotleigh Brewery, Ford Road, Wiveliscombe, TA4 2RE
£12/£10 concessions
May 2017
Charlie Dore & Julian Littman    19th May, 8.00pm
‘A gift for melody, brave, poignant, entertaining, original ‘ Guardian ★★★★ A very special evening of eclectic, contemporary folk as Charlie Dore, one of the UK’s most respected songwriters teams up with multi-instrumentalist Julian Littman of Steeleye Span with her new album, Dark Matter.
Wiveliscombe Rugby Club, Somerset. TA4 2JR
£14/£12 concessions
June 2017
Nancy Kerr & James Fagan    29th Jun, 8.00pm
Nancy Kerr and James Fagan are one of the best-known and most experienced folk duos on the British circuit today. Outstanding musicianship, a lifelong grounding in traditional singing and instrumental playing, acclaimed original compositions but most noticeably a visceral chemistry between these two make Kerr and Fagan a perennial favourite at festivals, venues and clubs across the country.
Cotleigh Brewery, Ford Road, Wiveliscombe, TA4 2RE
£15/£13 concessions
July 2017
Harp and a Monkey    15th Jul, 8.00pm
SONGS about cuckolded molecatchers, a lone English oak tree that grows at Gallipoli, care in the community and medieval pilgrims… we can only be talking about the folk experimentalists Harp and a Monkey. The harp ‘n’ banjo driven electro-folk-storytelling of Martin Purdy (vocals, glockenspiel, accordion, harmonica and keyboards), Simon Jones (harp, guitar, viola) and Andy Smith (banjo, melodica, guitar and programming) is imbued with a deep Lancashire sensibility that shines through in their beautifully crafted and sometimes spooky vignettes of northern life, love and remembrance.
Cotleigh Brewery, Ford Road, Wiveliscombe, TA4 2RE
£10/£8 concessions
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