Summerfield: Meet of the Tongue - Tonight! sussex
2. Horsham Folk Club Programme for MARCH. SUSSEX
3. Brighton Acoustic Session: PAUL DOWNES Monday March 5th. SUSSEX
4. Spyboy: 2012 Eastbourne Festival shows April. SUSSEX
Date: 1 March 2012 17:48:55 GMT
To: Network SEFAN <admin_at_sefan_dot_org_dot_uk>
Subject: late gig!!!
Saffron Summerfield is
Meet of the Tongue
and music event
Sussex. TN19 7PX
at 8pm on FRIDAY 2 MARCH
For Directions contact 01580 860528
Date: 1 March 2012 00:21:46 GMT
Subject: Horsham Folk Club and Ukulele Support Group
HORSHAM FOLK CLUB: Programme for
Sunday 4th March Song & Dance
Songs, tunes and poems
from members & guests plus dancing to our excellent ceilidh band. Beginners
and experts alike are welcome and our experienced callers ensure everyone can
work their way through the dances with enjoyment. Perhaps some of our
Ukulele players will join the band.
Admission ?2 (members ?1) under 21s Free
Sunday 11th March Wendy Arrowsmith
Born and raised in the
suburbs of Glasgow, Wendy has been singing for as long as she can remember.
Her musical influences as a child were mostly Trad Jazz or Church hymns!
Although she learnt Burns and other traditional Scottish songs at school, it
wasn?t until she moved to England to marry that she began to delve deeply
into traditional folk music.
In just over two years performing on the folk music scene, Wendy has
delighted audiences across the UK from as far a field as Aberdeen to Kent.
She is not only recognised for her fine interpretations of traditional songs
but also for her own award-winning song-writing. Wendy accompanies herself
mainly on guitar, and also plays accordion, mandolin, whistles and bodhran although
she really sees herself as "a singer who plays some other
Admission ?5 (members ?3) Under 21s free.
Sunday 18th March Dave Webber & Anni
Dave and Anni made
their duo debut on stage at the Eisteddfod Festival in Dartmouth
Massachusetts in 1993 to begin a very successful career as a harmony duo,
working largely acapella and featuring mainly traditional and traditional
idiom material. They have worked extensively in the UK and the USA to much
acclaim and now have five albums of their own to set alongside the Beggars
Velvet recording, which is still in demand after many pressings.
As well as touring concert venues, clubs and festivals Dave and Anni have
also been involved in a number of special musical and dramatic productions on
both sides of the Atlantic. They toured provincial theatres in England in
96/97 taking substantial singing and acting roles in the stage musical
"The Widows Uniform" a fully dramatised production of Rudyard Kipling's
Barrack Room Ballads. And more recently, in the USA, they took the parts of
Henry and Susannah in Peter Bellamy's Ballad opera "The
Dave and Anni have featured on both local and national radio in Britain and
also performed a live concert (with studio audience) for Radio WGBH in
Although Dave and Anni perform substantially at home in the UK they also make
at least one trip each year to the United States, where they have an
established following and have also performed in Holland, Denmark and
Anni has developed a specialist repertoire of songs originating from her
native North East, and Dave has been writing songs in traditional vein since
1982 many of these are widely sung and have become part of the general song
repertoire of singers all over the world. Dave Webber has that rare gift of
writing songs that sound traditional.
Admission ?5 (members
Sunday 25th March Open Floor
Everyone is welcome to
perform songs, tunes and readings in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. The club
has its own bar and plenty of free parking.
Admission ?2 (members ?1)
Date: 29 February 2012 18:06:33 GMT
Subject: What's On
The Brighton Acoustic Session.
Monday March 5th
One of the British
folk scene?s finest guitarists,
he has played in concert with Pete Seeger, recorded with Richard Thompson
and is a long-standing collaborator of Show of Hands.
The Lord Nelson, Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN1 4ED
a real ale pub 100
metres from Brighton Station.
The atmosphere is informal so if you?re a singer or musician
you?ll be guaranteed a floor spot before the main act of the evening.
We start at 8.30 and admission is free (with a collection.)
For news, audio & video & contact details go to
Next Guest: April 2nd Ewan D Rogers.
Spyboy 2012 Eastbourne Festival shows
Booking now open for our 2012 Eastbourne Festival shows
(again ONLY by phoning 01323 841414).
This year there will be nine Spyboy shows during the three weeks of the
Sunday 8th April - Martin Carthy & Lucy Ward -
Friday 13th April - Rag Mama Rag - Upstairs at the Lamb
Saturday 14th April - Roy Bailey & Tony Benn "The
Writing on the Wall" - Birley Centre
Sunday 15th April - Jacqui Dankworth - Birley Centre
Saturday 21st April - Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart -
Upstairs at the Lamb
Sunday 22nd April - Albert Lee and Hogan's Heroes -
Eastbourne College Theatre
Wednesday 25th April - Phil Beer - Underground Theatre
Saturday 28th April - ZULU - Underground Theatre
Sunday 29th April - Juan Martin's Musica Alhambra - All
Saints Chapel, Meads
Further details of these and all Spyboy shows can be seen at www.spyboy.co.uk