The Irish folk and blues singer-songwriter makes her first visit to Exeter. Over twenty-five years and ten albums, Mary Coughlan has made the most grown-up, uncompromising, wholly personal and utterly universal music on either side of the Atlantic about what goes on between men and women. She has taken the classic standards of jazz balladry and the […]
The Feast of Fiddles band-waggon trundles merrily on in its Silver Jubilee year. Born in Nettlebed on Valentine’s Day 1994 as a one off special concert, Feast of Fiddles has done 25 spring tours, 24 festivals and has 7 CDs to its name. Not bad for a bunch of old folk-rockers! This is a band […]
Sat 23 Mar 2019 | 7.30pm | £13 (£11) | Seated URBAN FOLK QUARTET The Urban Folk Quartet’s distinguishing features have much less to do with the traditional idea of genre. Yes, this is fiddle-led music that draws heavily from celtic dance forms and traditional song but from there on in it is unlike any […]
BUSWELL & NYBERG’S SPECTACULAR POP-UP FOLK ORCHESTRA +CLUB BROTHERS + SADIE HORLER £10 (£8) | Seated Shaun Buswell & Erik Nyberg bring their show to Exeter for the first time, to create a one-off concert with a pop-up orchestra made from locally-sourced, free-range musicians. Playing a mix of new music from Buswell & Nyberg, unique […]
Seth Lakeman takes a break from the Robert Plant musical juggernaut in Autumn 2018 to release his ninth studio album ‘The Well Worn Path’ and head back out touring around the UK with a new band line-up in November and in Spring 2019. The charismatic singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist found time at the beginning of the […]
Exeter Morris Men and Raddon Hill Clog Morris invite everyone to come along to the Chapter House at Exeter Cathedral to have a go at two different styles of Morris Dancing. No experience is required, just a comfy pair of shoes and we will try to teach you two Morris Dances during the evening.
“You won’t find English folk music played better than this” R2 “The finest of traditional English folk today: a trio of poise and subtle gesture, of deft layering, graceful swing and gorgeous understatement” The Guardian Top English instrumental folk trio Leveret return to the road this September, taking their unique blend of traditional tunes, new […]