The Last Wolf In England

A brand new production based on the Lady Jane Grey story, the luckless queen of only nine days.  This original work features Steve Cartwright, Debbie Morse and Simon Myhill with support from Jenny Bell on lute. It takes place at the White Horse, Seagrave on Thursday, 19th February, 8.00 pm.  Tickets £7.00 in advance, £6 […]

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Folk At St Joseph’s

Performers, listeners, instruments or not, songs, tunes, stories or poems all are welcome at St Joseph’s tea-rooms for a relaxed afternoon amongst like minded folk. Start time 2pm, finish 4.30pm with a cuppa at half time. There is a charge of £1 each towards the heating costs plus £1 if you would like tea or […]

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Mumming Heck – They’re Hamming It Up At The Shoulder!

A contingent of singers from the folk choir,  ROOTS Community Singers will be show casing their thespian skills, or more likely lack of them at the Shoulder Of Mutton pub, Oakthorpe this Christmas Eve. The merry band will be performing a new mummers play specially written for the season which features some good old folk […]

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Come All Ye Folk Fanatics – It’s That Time Of The Month!

It’s the last Wednesday of the month so St Joseph’s Tea Room, Abbey Grange Oaks Road, Whitwick, LE67 5UP once again plays host to an eclectic round of music, song, storytelling and poetry.

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Sing After Supper!

There’s a quirky little pub called the New Inn at Peggs Green which does hearty, wholesome meals at a reasonable price every Monday evening.  This just happens to coincide with the resident folk club’s monthly sing-around so a great opportunity to tuck in and then reach for the high notes afterwards! It is a very […]

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