Do you like small friendly festivals? Do you like to
listen to the best of singers and join in with the
choruses? Do you like to sing in folk clubs? If the
answer to all or any of these questions is yes the
ALCESTER festival is the place for you.
Artists booked so far include:-
Jamie McCoan, Tom Perry and Clive Brooks,
Sharp as Razors. Hector Gilchrist, Damien
Sean Humphries, Ben Davies, Daisybell,
Dave & Julia Taylor, Damien Clarke, Karen & Ed.
Moses & the Ref, Karen Pfeiffer& Paul Walker,
Tom Patterson & Dave Morton, Dave James,
Malc Gurnham & Gill Gilsenan Jenny Bell.
Sue Stevens, Pete Grassby, Chris Edwards,
Speake, Lowe & Plant . Shades of Grey.
Gwilym Davies. plus more
to include hard standing for
Please send cheques to
89, Salford Close Woodrow Redditch B98 7UL.
Concerts, story telling, sing a rounds, meet the artist
and workshops all included in the weekend ticket price.
for more info ring
Breaking news!The festival is ON THE MOVE. Again!! The Holly Bush have made it clear to the folk club and a very longstanding folk music session that they are no longer welcome there. The management want it as a restaurant and was very rude to the people in the session who then posted it on TripAdvisor. I went to see the new people at THE SWAN who have agreed to have us back for the Winter festival to see how it goes. They no longer have bedrooms and have blocked that area off and they have put a bar at the end of the function room but I've said we won't want the bar. The function room has been refurbished and looks nicer now. The ticket office will be in the area near the back window rather than under the stairs. We will still use the Unionist club and the Church room so I'm sure we will be fine. If you could announce the move to other folkies please I'd be very grateful as our publicity had gone out with the Holly Bush address. See you soon and many thanks for your support. Marje
Alcester Folk Club
Greetings folk club enthusiasts.
We have had a lot of great evenings at the Hollybush, however the landlord has made it known that he wishes to use the space as a dining room so there is no room for the folk club any more.All is not lost however and the organiser of the folk club has decided to move the venue to his home. This follows in the tradition of the very early folk clubs and leads to a more intimate and relaxed atmosphere (warmer too usually) so here are the details of the new venue:-89 Salford CloseRedditchB98 7UL07795 022779Your host will be Dave James.Tea and coffee will be free.If alcohol is required bring your own.This starts Saturday the 17th of December and will be on the first and third Saturdays of the month.
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