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|Maghull Folk Club - Running order:|
|5th||Floor Singers - Gordon Mackenzie|
|12th||Floor Singers - M.C. TBA|
|19th||Sing-a-round with Tony Hughes|
|26th||Guest: HENRY PRIESTMAN - M.C. Paul Robinson (Tickets 7.)|
|5th||Floor Singers - Tommy Dewhurst|
|12th||Floor Singers - Bill Poland|
|19th||Sing-a-round - Christine Fletcher & Edna Wild|
|26th||Guest: VIRGINIA KETTLE - M.C. John Mackenzie (Tickets £5.)|
|2nd||Floor Singers - M.C. Gordon Mackenzie|
|9th||Big Spot with BOB TYRER & KENNY BEAMER - M.C. Maria Weldon|
|16th||Sing-a-round - TBA|
|23rd||Floor Singers - M.C. Bob Tyrer|
|30th||Floor Singers - M.C. TBA|
& Themes etc.
Most Big Spots are during the second half of the evening
allowing for floor singers during the first part of the night
Tuesday 26th February- 8.00pm
"A rough-hewn charm" ---Sunday Times.
"He's found his voice" ---Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2.
"A great favorite at festivals" ---Mike Harding Folk Show.
Tickets £.7 Available at the club or see contacts page
Available also now on: 'We Got Tickets'
or Pay on Door.
Tuesday 26th March - 8.00pm
Already a well-respected sols singer in her own right, with two albums under her belt, Virginia Kettle of Merry Hell, one of the most energetic bands on the UK folk festival circuit, will perform a selection of her songs and some popular with band. She will be supported by guitar with her husband John Kettle. Virginia has written songs and poetry for as long she can remember and the quality of her voice and delivery of her songs and music is top class.
Tickets £5. Available a the club or see contacts page
Also now available now on: 'We Got Tickets'
Tuesday 9th April - 8.00pm
Big Spot with BOB TYRER & KENNY BEAMER
Singer guitarist Bob Tyrer has been a resident of the Maghull Folk club for many years, he was also a resident and organiser of the Triton Folk Club - Liverpool, Bob is a very versatile performer with the guitar, these days his main performances revolve around songs of the sea as being a past member of the 'Shellback Chorus' Shanty group reflects in hs performances.
Singer, Piper & Guitarist Kenny Beamer has also been a resident for many years, Kenny is a great player of the pipes both small and the large
Scottish bag pipes, he has performed in military bands over the years and also hires himself out for events including weddings & funerals.
Pay on Door. Admission £1.
Tuesday 21st May - 8.00pm
Richard Digance is a BAFTA Nominated TV Entertainer Of The Year
and Gold Award recipient from The British Academy of Composers.
1974 saw his debut as a support act, a British tour with Steeleye Span, a great success that led through the 70s to him becoming a support act for great names of the time; Supertramp, Jethro Tull, Joan Armatrading, David Essex, Tom Jones, Elkie Brooks, The Kinks, and Cat Stevens as he was known at the time, At the end of the 1970s, having already secured his own BBC Radio 2 series for 6 years, he joined Capital Radio, London, where he presented the first ever folk programme on British commercial radio, until he joined LWT and so began his television career.
(The above are parts taken from his Biography)
Web site: Richard Digance
Tickets £7. Available at the club or see contacts page.
Also available now on: 'We Got Tickets'
Further information re Floor singers evenings, Sing-a-rounds
and Big Spot evenings:
Sing-a-rounds are were the chairs a placed in circle around the room
and people can perform their songs from where they're seated.
are floor singers with use of a P.A. unless stated.
Big Spots usually take place during the second half of the evening
allowing time for floor singers during the first half of the night.
Occasionally the guests can be on the first half or have two
half hour spots during the evening with the interval between.
Singers, Musicians & Poets most welcome,
or if you don't sing or play, just come along and listen.
We're a friendly group.
We are open on Tuesday's and commence around 8.00pm unless specified*
On floor singer and sing-a-round nights we have an interval around 9.15pm
and close the evening at 10.45pm.
We usually close during the Christmas and new year period
plus a few weeks during August.
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