Oxjam is a fundraising Saturday event in Sheffield City Centre with four stages at venues plus an evening party and it’s only about a fiver for the whole thing. Get tickets online
We are playing at the Acoustic Stage at the Frog and Parrot at 2pm. Lots of other music going on into the early evening.
Our friends, Ar Faoued, run a monthly Folk Cub at Brampton Manor in the outskirts of Chesterfield and we are playing there this Monday, 10th September.
It’s an early start and finish for those who have to go to work on Tuesday so it starts at 7:30pm, we will be performing some time after 8pm. Hope to see some North Derbyshire friends there
Brampton Manor, 107 Old Road, Chesterfield, S40 3QR
We are back at one of our favourite places next week so maybe we’ll see you at the Cheshire Cheese, in Hope, Derbyshire. Old songs and quite a few new ones including a saxophone set that we are really enjoying.
We’ve been very slack about updating our video but here we are playing Four Dancers at Crookes Folk Club in their Tramlines Sidings event in July. Thanks to Harvey for capturing it for slightly fuzzy posterity.
It’s probably the darkest song we do but we have some musical fun along the way.
We’ve been rather quiet recently with other things taking up our time but Break a Leg! are back on the road, maybe to somewhere near you?
As well as dates in Derbyshire and Sheffield we are off to the West Country in June in response to a tumult of requests from our fan (thanks Harvey) so that will be fun.
Great to be back at Haggler’s Corner for another great event thanks to the indefatigable Trevor Tomlin. We’ll be on mid afternoon on the upstairs stage (we think that’s promotion). Lots of very diverse performances on three stages all day.
More information on the Diversity Fest Facebook page
A Benefit for Save Nether Edge Trees (but tarmac huggers are very welcome)
Our friends Sharpish are a Sheffield family band who play instrumental folk music with rare delicacy. We’ve been hoping to get together with them for quite a while.
Cafe #9 is one of Sheffield’s most intimate and likeable venues, a great place to get together with your friends at any time, especially when they have live music.
Our Master of Ceremonies will be Doctor Terry Tweed, the famous tree-hugging fugitive from the law and occasional comedian.
Cafe #9 serve great coffee tea and cakes.