Tom Kitching Busk England

Leading traditional fiddle player, Tom Kitching, will be performing a very personal concert of music and spoken word charting his 15 month busking trip around England. From Berwick to Deal, Penzance to Carlisle, Tom has been performing on the streets of England, getting to know his own country better through its own music. Finding streets […]

Only Remembered A Great Success!

The Only Remembered tribute concert to those who served in the Great War by Roots Community Singers proved a huge success with the Charles Booth centre at Thringstone packed to capacity. The choir put on an anti-war show paying tribute to the men, women and animals that served and died in the First World War […]

Only Remembered First World War Tribute Concert

Roots Community Singers mark the 100 year Armistice of the First World War this November with a unique tribute concert consisting of songs from the folk tradition, story telling and poetry all set to a back drop of evocative images reflecting the times and events of a conflict which left few unscathed and which had […]

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Bluegrass Gospel Singing Workshop

Our latest workshop is a Bluegrass Gospel Singing afternoon led by one of Australia’s top harmony bands, SALVATION JANE REUNITED!  The workshop forms part of THE BIG SUMMER SING which takes place at Donington Le Heath Manor House, Hugglescote, Nr. Coalville on Saturday, 6th July, 2013 VENUE: The workshop will take place in the grounds […]

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A Very English Story For A Wintry Night

Draw the curtains, stoke up the fire, pour yourself a glass of something warm and fruity and take the phone off the hook!  The Inbetween is a story written for wintry nights when snow pats against the window glass and flames roar in the chimney! Set in the dim and distant past when the Long […]

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ROOTLINGS At St Joseph’s Tea-Rooms

As there were only seven of us we could hardly be termed a choir so for this little gig so we became ROOTLINGS and what a lovely event it proved to be. The brain child of Pete Burnham, who keeps the Leicestershire Folk Diary, the event began with a pleasant walk to Blackbrook resorvoir.  Returning […]

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Step We Gaily!

The Folk On The Farm barn dance turned out to be one of our most successful events yet with over sixty dancers skipping along to the jolly jigs and reels of the Derbyshire Ranters. Packington Village Hall was the venue and in spite of the cold and somewhat snowy night, tickets sold right up the […]

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Horse Meat Burgers? Well That’s Value For You

So Waitrose is now in on the horse meat scandal or should we say pork since it’s pork which has been found in their “beef” meatballs.  It’s about time the British woke up to the fact that mass produced food is designed for one purpose only and that is to make as much money as […]

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