Bath Folk Club organises regular events to bring the best of folk music to Bath. Please see our website for upcoming events and venues. Broadside Man , DorsetThe one stop place to find out what's what in the folk world in south Dorset an a bit farther afield. Please check our website www. Celtic Folk aims to bring the best in celtic music to the south They bring top bands to The Allendale Centre, Wimborne, Dorset, and other folk-clubs across the south of England. All are welcome to join playing traditional tunes and songs from Britain and Ireland.
Regular pub sessions - visitors are very welcome at these sessions. Attendance at sessions can vary considerably and there is no guarantee that a session listed on this site will happen. It is advisable to check the session is happening before setting out. If you run a session and would like to advertise on flaxey green or would like to send comments about sessions please complete the contact form. Devonport Folk Music Session.
We have an almost constant line-up of various sessions, singarounds, and general chances to sing and play through the festival weekend. This list is liable to change with some new sessions, so please check with the final version of this page come the festival itself, in our printed programme, or via updates at the festival office in the Town Hall. Sing and play your heart out at sessions.
Includes books, CDs, and general information on a wide range of folk related matters. The site has detailed listings of folk clubs, sessions and events. We produce radio shows and podcasts aimed mainly but not exclusively at the folk music community and related groups. The Morris Ring is the oldest and most traditional until very recently limiting membership to men only sides. The Federation and Open Morris were set up later to cater for mixed and female sides. Great resource for tunes. Tuneworks sessions run at many festivals and the Slow and Easy sessions in Liskeard and Devoran use the tunebooks as a basis for what they play.