Join us for an evening celebrating the best of South Yorkshire’s folk talent. From the UK to Americana, banjo to vocals, it promises to be an eclectic evening filled with musical talent.
Presented by Ian McMillan
with an intro by Jonti Willis
Jen has continued to hone her craft since releasing the debut EP 'Lost & Found', and her gift for sharp songwriting and her genuine warmth and rapport with live audiences is guaranteed to entertain and leave you wanting more.
Doncaster based Frank Carline has an enviable career of over 45 years singing the blues and related music. Absolutely “Mr Blues of Doncaster.
Kate Green Band
Give Sheffield based Scots lady Kate Green a bit of your time, and she’ll take you on a musical odyssey through trad folk, jazz, Americana, blues and contemporary, leaving her stamp indelibly on each one.
An audience hosting James is guaranteed to enjoy his gentle manner, self-deprecating humour, his thoughtful curation of songs, and his shiver-inducing virtuoso vocal performance. One to watch - if you're patient.'
Celtic Rose School of Irish Dance with accompanist Martin Frain
The Celtic Rose School of Irish serves to teach and display the art of Irish Step Dancing around Doncaster and South Yorkshire.
Singer songwriter who has performed in Irish venues internationally with a mix of traditional and contemporary song. His ballad about "The Great Hunger" took first place in The World Fleadh competition and second in The All Ireland Fleadh competition.