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SUSSEX FOLK GUIDE

Folk Music - Listings from November 20th until the end of 2014

The Folk DiaryThe listings on this page are taken from the paper magazine The Folk Diary. This paper magazine is now also available on line and each issue will be on-line as soon as it is prepared. As well as the listings, The Folk Diary has lots of useful adverts for folk festivals, shops and services as well as pages of reviews of recent folk and world music albums. Click on the symbol to go to the on-line version

Click HERE for details of the free, regular sessions of tunes, songs (or both!) in this area. Generally these are weekly or monthly sessions, but the webmaster will also help to publicise one-off sessions.

At the moment, it is not possible to update this page with last minute changes of programme/venue/cancellations etc. However all such changes are notes on the Facebook page of THE FOLK DIARY. Click HERE to go to it. Some late arranged gigs are also announced there.

Thursday 20th November

    Friday 21st November

    • SINGERS/MUSICIANS EVENING- Always full of surprises – come and share your songs or poems or just listen. - SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

    Saturday 22nd November

    • DOVETAIL TRIO - Fine young performers Matt Quinn (voice, melodeon, concertina, mandolin, fiddle) Rosie Hood (voice) & Jamie Roberts (guitar, voice) present England's traditional songs with a bold & fresh approach. - - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ.   Details:- 01273 476757 or email

    Sunday 23rd November

    • SUSFA SUNDAY WORKSHOPS - Pulborough Village Hall - SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01243 265010
    • SONG & DANCE - Songs, tunes and poems from members & guests plus dancing to our excellent ceilidh band. Beginners and experts alike are welcome and our experienced callers ensure everyone can work their way through the dances with enjoyment. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

    Monday 24th November

    • PARTRIDGE FOLK - THE PARTRIDGE Partridge. Green. Details: 07768 934263 or email
    • CATHERINE CRAIG & BRIAN WILLOUGHBY - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795
    • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email

    Tuesday 25th November

    • SINGERS NIGHT - THE SIX BELLS Chiddingly Enquiries - 01825 873337 or email
    • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552
    • PIGGIE'S OPEN MIC ROOM - THE PIG & BUTCHER Five Ash Down, Uckfield Enquiries - 01825 765779

    Wednesday 26th November

    • PIED MERLIN - Another exclusive reunion from one of the South Coast's most legendary bands! Featuring amongst their number legendary Sussex showman Rick Willings, guitarist Peter English (both best-known for their work with bands Taxi Home and Big Yellow Taxi), Mal Simms (musical lynchpin for bands Legacy and Celtic Simbel), and superb multi-instrumentalist Steve "Tune Master" Lane, this band make a sound like no other! Brilliant material, sensational musicianship, great personalities and amazing vocal harmonies - taken together, they add up to pure entertainment and an evening that is uniquely Pied Merlin! - WILLOWS FOLK CLUB, Arundel Football Club, Mill Road Every Wednesday at 8.00pm Details: 07790 51105
    • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056
    • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950

    Thursday 27th November

      Friday 28th November

      • EMILY PORTMAN TRIO - ELECTRIC VOICES, The Guildford Institute GU1 4LH Box Office 01483 871443
      • SINGERS/MUSICIANS EVENING- Always full of surprises – come and share your songs or poems or just listen. - SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

      Saturday 29th November

      • JERRY O'REILLY: IRISH TRADITIONAL SONG WORKSHOP - 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m.Vocal decoration, song selection, Irish broadsides & Irish language songs translated into English. Teaching will be by ear and will include listening to recordings of inspirational traditional singers. - - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ.   Details:- 01273 476757 or email
      • JERRY O'REILLY - A commanding, spellbinding singer steeped in Irish traditions, beginning with singers in many generations of his own family. He helps to run the foremost traditional singing club in Ireland, An Góilín.- - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ.   Details:- 01273 476757 or email
      • Ceilidh with THE BARNFIELD BAND Caller IAN LAMB - HANOVER CENTRE, Southover Street, Brighton, Details: 07749 913413 or email
      • HOUSE DEVILS - Support - KIM LOWINGS & THE GREENWOOD GRAYSHOTT FOLK CLUB, Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, Grayshott GU26 6TZ Details: 01428 604798

      Sunday 30th November

      • OPEN FLOOR - Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653
      • SHEPHERDS ARISE! - SUSSEX CAROLS from CHURCH MANUSCRIPTS & ORAL TRADITION with period instruments. Readings from Shirley Collins, tunes from Sussex manuscripts featuring Will Duke, & a Sussex Mummers Play. - 3pm St.Nicolas's Church, Saltdean.

      Monday 1st December

      • STANLEY ACCRINGTON - TONBRIDGE FOLK CLUB The Foresters Arms 52 Quarry Hill, Tonbridge TN9 2RT 8pm Details: 01892 822945 or email
      • JOHN CAVE + SCOTT SMITH - Brighton Acoustic at THE LORD NELSON Trafalgar St, Brighton (100 yards from Brighton Stn.)
      • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
      • CLUB NIGHT - THE WHITE HORSE Bodle St. Green Nr. Herstmonceax. Details: 01435 812201 or 01435 864271
      • SINGERS & MUSICIANS - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795

      Tuesday 2nd December

      • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552

      Wednesday 3rd December

      • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056
      • BLACK STRAP MOLASSES - Including songs from their new CD “Fascinations Choice”, expect the usual adventurous mix from this popular local quartet. - EASTBOURNE FOLK CLUB, The Lamb, High Street, 8.30pm
      • COME ALL YE - OPEN STAGE NIGHT - - WILLOWS FOLK CLUB, Arundel Football Club, Mill Road Every Wednesday at 8.00pm Details: 07790 51105
      • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950

      Thursday 4th December

      • THE GOLDEN SLIPPER CLUB - The Golden Slipper Club meets on the first Thursday of each month at the Ferry Inn. Start time is 8.30 for 9pm.. - FERRY INN, High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea. Details:- email

      Friday 5th December

      • TREVOR MOSS & HANNAH-LOU- Husband and wife duo from St Leonards on Sea. with acoustic guitars and singing harmonies, sounding like a classic folk band from the oft-forgotten days of the early 70s underground. - SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

      Saturday 6th December

      • BRIAN PETERS MELODEON WORKSHOP - - 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m. Brian Peters is one of the country's finest melodeon players & an internationally-known instrumentalist & singer with a wide teaching experience on melodeon. He specialises in Northern English dance music & accompanying traditional song, but has also experimented with blues, Tex-Mex & much else. The workshop will cover three main topics if time permits (see provisional timetable). Players should have a G/D instrument & be reasonably experienced; music will be provided for readers but by-ear learners are welcome too. Booking forms from club & website. Details and booking forms available from the club. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ.Details:- 01273 476757 or email
      • BRIAN PETERS - A wonderful singer & player of melodeon, Anglo concertina & guitar, firmly rooted in Northern traditional music but with an ear for American and other styles as well - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
      • SHOREHAM DANCE - Hangleton Junior School, Hove - SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01903 742542

      Sunday 7th December

      • BRIAN PETERS BALLAD FORUM - - Brian Peters has been singing some of the greatest Child Ballads for many years, but established his reputation as one of their leading researchers & performers with the ballad CD 'Songs of Trial & Triumph'. In this forum Brian will bring his expertise in locating, refurbishing, arranging & singing the greatest ballads, & also his knowledge of the ballads that you bring yourselves, including comparative versions & fascinating source recordings from the tradition. You are invited to bring at least one traditional ballad of your choice to sing & talk about. Details and booking forms available from the club - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
      • JENNIFER CROOK DUO - Jennifer's songwriting draws on her Americana influences but remains undeniably English in it's story-telling. A multi-instrumentalist, Jennifer sings, plays harp, guitar and banjo and for tonight’s concert, will be performing alongside Mike Cosgrave (Jackie Oates, Jackie Leven). Jennifer and her trio have recorded her latest album ‘Carnforth Station’ at Real World Studios it is set to be released in September 2014. With the combination of great musicianship and songs that inspire a genuine emotional connection, this is first class contemporary folk. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

      Monday 8th December

      • SANGBOC FOLK CLUB - The second Monday of every month. - The Royal Oak, Wineham BN5 9AY
      • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
      • LES BARKER - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795

      Tuesday 9th December

      • THE SKARLETTOS - THE SIX BELLS Chiddingly Enquiries - 01825 873337 or email
      • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552

      Wednesday 10th December

      • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056
      • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950

      Thursday 11th December

      Friday 12th December

      • THE TWAGGER BAND- Mostly traditional music & songs with humour: Joy Lewis, Derrick Hughes, Sue Evans, Ian Chisholm & Will Duke on concertinas, hammered dulcimers, Northumbrian pipes, whistles, psaltery, harmonium, recorders, bouzouki, mandolin, guitar, serpent, crumhorn & harp. - SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email
      • THE CHURCHFITTERS - Support - EDWINA HAYES - GRAYSHOTT FOLK CLUB, Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, Grayshott GU26 6TZ Details: 01428 604798

      Saturday 13th December

      • DIATONICS and caller EMMA WOODERS - MELTDOWN CEILIDHS, Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath. Details: 01273 541453 or email
      • SHEPHERDS ARISE! - SUSSEX CAROLS from CHURCH MANUSCRIPTS & ORAL TRADITION with period instruments. Readings from Shirley Collins, tunes from Sussex manuscripts featuring Will Duke, & a Sussex Mummers Play. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
      • HASTINGS CHRISTMAS DANCE - Ninfield Memorial Hall - SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01424 753684
      • MOUNTAIN FIREWORK COMPANY - UNION MUSIC STORE PRESENTATIONS The CON CLUB, Lewes.

      Sunday 14th December

      • SHEPHERDS ARISE! - SUSSEX CAROLS from CHURCH MANUSCRIPTS & ORAL TRADITION with period instruments. Readings from Shirley Collins, tunes from Sussex manuscripts featuring Will Duke, & a Sussex Mummers Play. - 1.45pm Michelham Priory Great Barn<
      • THE OLD WORKS DO - Local bands doing 30 minute performances (no floor spots) THE FIERY CLOCKPACE * THE RIDE MECHANICALS * THE VALENTINOS * MERVYN WALLIS & FRIENDS * MAX & BILL SWEATMAN * MAUREEN & ROBB ROSS and others. Free Entry 5 - 10pm - THE BRIDGE INN, High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea. Details:- email
      • MARTIN CARTHY - DE LA WARR PAVILION Bexhill. Enquiries - 01424 229111
      • JOHN JOSEPH - - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

      Monday 15th December

      • MAYPOLES TO MISTLETOE - Martyn Wyndham Read, Sue Mills, Carolyn Robson, Mike Nicholson, Jim Farr, Tony Elphick, The Broadwood Men, Magog, The Rusper Mummers and The Maypole Band return to The Hawth to celebrate the seasons of the year in verse, music, drama, dance and song. The HAWTH Crawley Phone 01293 5536636
      • TONBRIDGE MUMMERS & HOODENERS - TONBRIDGE FOLK CLUB The Foresters Arms 52 Quarry Hill, Tonbridge TN9 2RT 8pm Details: 01892 822945 or email
      • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
      • CHRISTMAS PARTY NIGHT - THE WHITE HORSE Bodle St. Green Nr. Herstmonceax. Details: 01435 812201 or 01435 864271
      • CHRIS NEWMAN & MÁIRE CHATHASAIGH - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795

      Tuesday 16th December

      • SEASONAL FOLK SINGING - All Welcome. - THE NORFOLK ARMS, Church Street, Steyning.
      • MAYPOLES TO MISTLETOE - Martyn Wyndham Read, Sue Mills, Carolyn Robson, Mike Nicholson, Jim Farr, Tony Elphick, The Broadwood Men, Magog, The Rusper Mummers and The Maypole Band return to The Hawth to celebrate the seasons of the year in verse, music, drama, dance and song. The HAWTH Crawley Phone 01293 5536636
      • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552

      Wednesday 17th December

      • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056
      • CHRISTMAS PARTY - An evening of seasonal celebration with song, food, giant raffle and surprises! - EASTBOURNE FOLK CLUB, The Lamb, High Street, 8.30pm
      • MAYPOLES TO MISTLETOE - Martyn Wyndham Read, Sue Mills, Carolyn Robson, Mike Nicholson, Jim Farr, Tony Elphick, The Broadwood Men, Magog, The Rusper Mummers and The Maypole Band return to The Hawth to celebrate the seasons of the year in verse, music, drama, dance and song. The HAWTH Crawley Phone 01293 5536636
      • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950

      Thursday 18th December

      • OKEE DOKEE LET'S ROCK - - With and array of instruments, several vocalists, a selection of hats, props and banners such as are rarely seen at a folk festival this is one band that never fails to raise the spirits. Clever song-writing, with sing-a-long choruses and play-along cans of dried peas guarantee a good time will be had by all. - Highly recommended as a glorious antidote to all those bands who sometimes take it all a bit too seriously. Kim Headley - Artistic Director at Broadstairs Folk Week. THE HEN & CHICKEN, Southwater

      Friday 19th December

      • BARRY COOPE, LESTER SIMPSON, JO FREYA, FI FRASER - ELECTRIC VOICES, The Guildford Institute GU1 4LH Box Office 01483 871443
      • SINGERS & MUSICIANS- SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

      Saturday 20th December

      • CHRISTMAS FROLICS AND MUMMING PLAY - ELSIE'S, Details: 01732 862862
      • CHRISTMAS PARTY (ball-gowns optional) - Bring your Christmas party piece or choose a carol from our book to sing by firelight & candlelight. Thrill to our minimalist pantomime & enjoy home-made mince pies. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
      • THE MOULETTES - UNION MUSIC STORE PRESENTATIONS The ALL SAINTS CENTRE, Lewes.

      Sunday 21st December

      • SHEPHERDS ARISE! - SUSSEX CAROLS from CHURCH MANUSCRIPTS & ORAL TRADITION with period instruments. Readings from Shirley Collins, tunes from Sussex manuscripts featuring Will Duke, & a Sussex Mummers Play. - 4.00pm St. Michael's Church, Lewes<
      • SONG & DANCE CHRISTMAS PARTY - Songs, tunes and poems from members & guests plus dancing to our excellent ceilidh band. Beginners and experts alike are welcome and our experienced callers ensure everyone can work their way through the dances with enjoyment. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

      Monday 22nd December

      • MAYPOLES TO MISTLETOE - ELECTRIC VOICES, The Electric Theatre, Guildford.GU1 4SZ Box Office 01483 871443
      • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email

      Tuesday 23rd December

      • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552

      Wednesday 24th December

      • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056
      • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950

      Thursday 25th December

      Friday 26th December

      Saturday 27th December

      • REMEMBERING GEORGE OAKLEY - - George was a true Sussex man and one of the founders of the club in its present form. Tonight we will sing some of his favourites and share memories of a much-loved singer. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email

      Sunday 28th December

      • OPEN FLOOR - Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

      Monday 29th December

      • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056
      • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
      • CLUB NIGHT - THE WHITE HORSE Bodle St. Green Nr. Herstmonceax. Details: 01435 812201 or 01435 864271

      Tuesday 30th December

      • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552

      Wednesday 31st December

      • EASTBOURNE NEW YEAR'S EVE SOCIAL - SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01323 732948
      • NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE - Centenary Hall, Smallfield - SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01342 843629
      • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950

      To book a barn dance or ceilidh band for events in this area, contact The Sussex Pistols - email here or have a look at their website. Once again, they will be playing for the huge Midwinter Ceilidh at the Corn Exchange in Brighton on Monday 22nd December. (THIS EVENT SOLD OUT VERY QUICKLY)

      Credits

      This page has been produced by VIC SMITH, email here

      Most of the information is from the (paper) The Folk Diary , which is edited and produced by: Jim Marshall, 3 Chester Terrace, Brighton BN1 6GB (Tel/Fax: 01273 559750) and Vic Smith, 26 Ferrers Road, Lewes BN7 1PZ (Tel/Fax: 01273 478124) The Folk Diary is free and is available at most of the events listed here, plus information centres, libraries and tourist information offices. If you have difficulty in obtaining a copy, send an SAE to either Jim or Vic.

      Copy date for next issue of The Folk Diary:
      October 31st for the December 2014/January 2015 issue.
      Next update of this page will be on December 18th 2014

       
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