Traditional Music and Song at Tonbridge Folk Club (Nellies)
When We Meet
First and third Mondays of each month from 8-11 pm. Musicians, singers and audience welcome.
Where We Meet
The Flying Dutchman, 118 Tonbridge Road, Hildenborough, Tonbridge, TN11 9EN.
A hat collection is held on guest nights and a contribution of £7 (£5 concessions) is suggested.
Floor spots available – arranged on the night.
Diary of Events
Based in East Anglia, John, Lynne & Les sing John’s own and traditional songs in three-part harmony, accompanied by guitar, double bass, mandolin, harmonica, whistles and bodhran. John Ward Trio
With his fine singing of traditional and self-penned songs and skilled guitar accompaniment, Bob can command a good audience anywhere. Songs of Kent, railways and humorous ones feature, he is a resident of the club but this is your chance to hear him do a full set. Bob Kenward
Mon 4 Feb 2019 – Bond of Union
This trio from Brighton perform traditional & contemporary folk music unaccompanied, with superb harmonies. Bond of Union
Forthcoming attractions: Mon 4 Mar 2019 – Glymjack Duo | Mon 18 Mar 2019 – Richard Grainger | Mon 1 Apr 2019 – Will Finn & Rosie Calvert | Mon 15 Apr – Hickory Signals | Mon 20 May 2019 – Na Mara | Mon 3 Jun 2019 – David & Alison Fenner | Mon 1 Jul 2019 – Stone Junction | Mon 15 Jul 2019 – Lyndsey Rule | Mon 2 Sep 2019 – Broomdasher | Mon 16 Sep 2019 – Wildwood Jack | Mon 7 Oct 2019 – Tom Lewis | Mon 21 Oct 2019 – Geoff Higginbottom | Mon 4 Nov 2019 – Daria Kulesh
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News and Blog
Here's the Youtube channel for Two's Company. There are lots of great clips here that should entice you to come and see the real thing on 5th November!
On tonight's edition of Ian Hislop's Olden Days, he looks at the history of folk song collecting and Morris dancing. There's an interview with Vic Gammon, professor of folk music at Newcastle University and sometime guest at Nellie's. Here's the link to the programme...
Regrettably, because of the football, we've had to cancel tonight's gig with Chris Cleverley. Sorry, folks.