Friday night concerts
|9th Jun 2017||Bill Whaley and Dave Fletcher plus Marie Little|
Folkclubs in this area
|Derby Heritage Traditional Music Club||Derby's premier folk music venue... The Derby Heritage Traditional Music Club (affectionately known as 'The Gaol Folk Club') due to the unique nature of the chosen venue, The Old Derby Gaol!We are here on the third Thursday of every month? (Except August.) Experience the best in live, traditional music performances from many of the leading local exponents (Chris Orme, Jack Crawford, John Titford, Bill Wilkes and Pete Burnham to name just a few.) Special guest appearances from top national and international performers to entertain, inspire and delight the audience and performers alike! |
Bring a song or two of your own if you wish - one of our main aims is to provide an opportunity for ordinary people to get up (or not) and perform an item - be it a song, a tune, a story, a dance (when there's room!) or even a joke!
Or simply come and avail yourself of the 'entertainment' and renowned atmosphere and maybe sing along with the choruses!
We promise that you will not be disappointed and you will be made very welcome...
Keith Kendrick and Paul Slater
|Folk Magazines and Folk Links||The original Artisan Web Site is definately worth a look! for information about Folk Magazines and all things Folk.|
|Ilkeston Folk Club||Checkout their website for up to date information about what is happening in Ilkeston and it's surrounds.|
|Leicester Folk Diary||.... if you ever stray south and are looking for Folk Music in Leicestershire - look here!|
|Local Magazine Listings||Listings for folk clubs in the Chesterfield area|
|Malton Cajun and Zydeco Festival||Yorkshire Cajun Club runs the Cajun & Zydeco Festival in Malton in Malton YO17 7LX, North Yorkshire. CLICK HERE for more information.|
|Music in the Round - Sheffield||Concerts by highly acclaimed artists throughout the year.See web site for more details.|
|Sheffield - Edale Rambler FOLK TRAIN||The Folk Train is sponsored by The Rambler Country Hotel, Edale, Hope Valley and High Peak Community Rail Partnership (HVHPCRP), and Northern Rail. Performers are organised by Gerry Bates of The South Riding Folk Arts Network.The Folk Train runs on the fourth Tuesday of each month (not necessarily the last Tuesday!), departing from Sheffield (platform 2C - a long trek from the station entrance!) at 1914 (7:14pm) and returning on the 2128 (9:28pm) from Edale.|
|The Mart Theatre in Skipton||The Mart Theatre offers an experimental mixed programme of professional touring productions, workshops and events. The development is designed to provide an innovative and cultural facility in a rural area that aims to bring art and agriculture together in a creative response to the reality and future of rural and agricultural life.|
Autumn 2005 saw the first performance in this newly refurbished auction ring with Jeremy Hardy. He performed to a near capacity house with whoops of laughter bouncing around the walls and everyone went home amazed at how intimate the space feels for 300 seater. Norma Waterson and Martin Carthy loved the feel of the space and thought it was fantastic for sound and are looking forward to hearing about a folk festival being developed as they thought it was a super venue and the first Family Christmas Show sold out of all but one of it’s performances. The Mart Theatre, Ling Fields, Gargrave Road, Skipton BD23 1UD Box Office: 01756)791411 - Mon-Fri 10am-4pm
|TradMusic.Com||TradMusic.Com is a seriously professional site for traditional and world music fans.|
TradMusic.Com is a great gig and festival guide - easy to find what you want.
|Wortley Folk Club||The Wortley Folk Club meets at 8:15pm on the third Saturday of the month at our new home:Samual Fox Suite|
Stocksbridge, S36 1DY
|Yorkshire Folk Arts||Regional Directory of Folk Clubs in and around South Yorkshire.|
Go here to find contact details for clubs such as Harthill's Beehive and the Barnsley Folk and Acoustic Nights, and, many other quality folk venues - something to suit nearly everyone.
Keep in touch with us via our Facebook page - just search for Chesterfield Folk Club and join our group. Among other things you will find local gig listings featuring many Chesterfield and Sheffield performers who have supported our acts here at the club.
We respectfully draw the attention of our customers to our policy regarding mobile phones in the Library Theatre. We don't know of anyone who leaves their phone ringtone active when at a concert! However we would like to draw your attention to the general use of smartphones. The bright screens can be as off putting for your fellow concert goers as a phone that rings so please avoid using your phone for any reason during a performance.