Ringwood Folk Club

The Wathen-Bartlett @ The Burley Club
Pound Lane, Burley
BH24 4EB
large car park & cheap bar.
Situated between the village hall & the Burley Triangle
Adjacent to The Burley Inn
Tuesdays Times 8.00 - 10.50


Please note there is additional free parking close by, available in the council Car park behind The Queens Head (you might need a torch).
The Queens Head pub offers free parking for customers only.

 

 24th Apr  Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

1st May   Si Barron

Return visit from a major talent in English Traditional music. With terrific vocal and guitar skills plus some songs using a harmonium.

"I think he’s a really, really fine guitarist and an even finer interpreter of traditional and contemporary folk songs." Mike Harding

“Well Si Barron didn't let us down last night. There was even a rush and queue to buy his CDs. One of the best we have had and we've had many”.
Swindon Folksingers Club

http://www.sibarron.eu/

 support is from Richard Wirdnam who is great accordian player/singer with a very wide repetoire. He also plays in Murphy's Lore ceilidh band.

http://www.murphyslore.co.uk/band.php

 Entry only £6.00

 

8th May  Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

 


SONY ACADEMY AWARD WINNING SONGWRITER FROM COUNTY DURHAM

Jez is a great performer from the north east who tours in the UK, as well as in Canada, Australia, Spain and Denmark. His songs have subjects, from mining, second world war, love, humour. He is a very sensitive artist. A really great singer/songwriter whose songs have been recorded by the likes of Fairport Convention, The Dubliners, The Unthanks, Wizz Jones, The McCalmans, Mary Black, The Duhks, Bob Fox, The Young Uns, Enda Kenny, Cherish The Ladies, Tom McConville, The Clancys and scores more. Take a look at his website to appreciate the breadth and quality of his work.
http://www.jezlowe.com       Entry £10.00

22nd May  Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

 

29th May   Half of Murphys, Tin Angel + tbc

 

19th Jun  Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

 

26th Jun   Ian W Brown


http://www.ringwoodfolk.org.uk