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Dear Member,

Hope to see you at the club soon!

All the best,






Friday 9th December

Xmas Party with KATIE'S QUARTET ( Katie Howson, John Howson, Simon Ritchie & Rob Neal ) Traditional East Anglian concert party with tunes, songs and stepdances.

Also we hope Alva Smith (singer) Reg Reeder (hammer dulcimer), Percy & Doreen West (stepdancers) and Jim Ward (monologues) will be able to join us !


                                     2012 Dates

Friday 13th January

Jeff Wesley - a splendid traditional singer. A farmer in Northamptonshire all his working life, Jeff has put together a cherished collection of songs from neighbours and local farm workers.

                                                                         With The Pigeon English Band



Friday 24th February - Jeff Davis (USA)                                                         Jeff Davis, superb old-time fiddle player, is a master of clawhammer banjo, guitar & mandolin without ever striving for showy licks or empty virtuosity. His singing, based on long immersion in the styles of the old singers is truly timeless, conjuring vividly the world of the cowboy or the Civil War soldier.   "When Jeff Davis sings the repertoire of the Appalachian Mountains, he cuts through decades and across borders, sitting us right down in the dirt in front of a weather-beaten shack, at the feet of a hillbilly singer - he combines authenticity and art in a rare way." Chronicle Herald of Nova Scotia




Friday 9th March - International Women's Day event with Sheena Vallely & John Say, Maggie Casey & Lis Stewart, Marianne McAleer and Peta Webb



The King & Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1W 6DL (junction of Foley Street and Cleveland Street) Nearest tube: Goodge Street / Warren Street/ Great Portland Street.  Parking OK after 6.30.  Club runs 8-11pm. Admission : 7,concs. 5  ( Members 6, concs 4)          *******************************************


NON MTC EVENTS WHICH MIGHT BE OF INTEREST ****************************************************************

Saturday 3rd December 

Phil CALLERY   Irish traditional singer        The Cellar Upstairs    Exmouth Arms, Starcross Street,  London NW1 2HR (on the corner of Cobourg Street, near Euston and Euston Square stations; parking is easy), Saturdays at 8.15pm    INFORMATION: 020 7281 7700; E-mail: Cellarupstairs;  ENTRANCE: Members: 6, non-members: 7 (unwaged 1.50 less)



 SWINGTIME SERENADERS  at The Rose & Crown , Saturday Sat 10th December  2011   from 8.30pm      

ADMISSION FREE                                                                           55, Hoe St, Walthamstow, London, E17 4SA    [gmap]                                                                                                                                  swinging  jazz standards for your listening pleasure  featuring the vocals of  Peta Webb  with  Andy Simons (guitar), Tony Engle (saxophones), Ned Clack  (tuba) 



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