Four musicians who grew up in the folk clubs of the ’70s and ‘80s aim to rekindle a love of folk songs and singing, to recreate a glorious evening of songs performed with feeling and humour, interspersed with banter and tales of past club misdemeanours. Ian and Fraser Bruce ((guitars and vocals), Pete Clark (violin) and Gregor Lowrey (accordion) illustrate a potted history of the folk revival with songs including Hamish Henderson’s Banks of Sicily and the John MacLean March, Mary Brooksbank’s Jute Mill Song and Archie Fisher’s Fairfield Crane and, of course, songs by Burns and Walter Scott as well as one or two by Ewan McCall. The message of the show is come along, sing along and enjoy a classic folk club night.
StringhengeDate: 28/09/2018Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmPrice: £16, £14, £6 for under 15s Richard Durrant presents his latest musical adventure with guitar. An exploration of unplugged music somewhere between folk and classical