Ringwood Folk Club Tuesdays  8.00 - 10.50

The Wathen-Bartlett,
Pound Lane, Burley
BH24 4EB

26th Mar   Tom Lewis

Tom Lewis is a British singer and writer of nautical songs. Tom is perhaps best known for The Last Shanty (A Sailor Ain't A Sailor), which has been recorded by over 30 different groups around the world.
He is a great performer and raconteur, accompanying himself on melodeon and ukelele.
Tom says “it’s a set of reminiscences, accompanied by (more or less) appropriate songs.
It starts off almost as early as I have memories to recall; through my first visits - in 1961 - to the HOWFF FOLK CLUB, in Dunfermline, a 24-year stint as an engineer in Royal Naval (diesel) submarines; a 30-year sojourn in the mountains of British Columbia, and touring almost everywhere in North America; returning to the UK in 2013; with the ambition of keeping the show on the road."        

Support tonight is from 'No Direction', a 4 part harmony Accapella group with a sense of fun who perform material from around the world including some covers.          Entry £8.00

2nd Apr Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

9th Apr Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

future guests include:

21st May  Jody Kruskal,

4th June   John Kirkpatrick.

25th June 25th Ian W Brown

17th Sept  John Conolly

5th Nov     Ragmamarag

18th Nov   Nick Dow

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large car park & cheap bar.
Situated between the village hall & the Burley Triangle
Adjacent to The Burley Inn 

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.