This piano-hitting string-twanging, gravity-defying singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist is back with more magical movements on piano, guitar and ukelele as well as live-sampling and looping his beatboxing and vocal harmonies.
Winners of the 2014 BBC Radio Two Folk Award for Best Duo, Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin are one of the most exciting and innovative duos to appear on the folk/roots/acoustic scene in recent years. With a rapidly expanding following and a truly unique sound that effortlessly spans many genres, the duo have been touring constantly for the past three years, winning new fans of all ages wherever they go.
Due to the popularity of the Saturday Market, there is now a sister market held every Wednesday.
All abilities and ages over 15 are welcome and the Children's Centre offer a crèche to anyone who may require it (booking essential)
The Godfather of British Country Music still seeks to take the flame to non-believers. A Hank Wangford and The Lost Cowboys show is great music and very funny. Country fans love it - and those who are cynical about Country music come away with a renewed interest in the genre, and a greater understanding of the often ironic humour that runs through it…
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In 2005 David Ford released in the UK a collection of home demos that would establish him as one of Britain’s finest songwriters.
Come to The Museum in the Park for a day of games and creative fun.
Charlie Dore is a seasoned singer, songwriter whose eclectic songs have been covered by Tina Turner, George Harrison, Lisa Stansfield and many others.
Recently voted ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’at the British Blues Awards, and currently with three major label deals to her name internationally, Jo Harman is widely regarded as the finest female blues/soul artist to emerge in Europe in decades.