We've been invited by one of London's finest live music establishments to pay tribute to the life and music of Elliott Smith.
The 6th of April marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary singer/songwriter's birth and we'll be making a choice selection of his music to interpret and perform.
Back to Derbyshire for us on the penultimate night of Live and Local music making
A quick hop across the county lines to seranade Lincolnshire.
We're sticking around the county for one more night to play in the beautiful setting of Spring Bank Arts centre, a 19th century converted church, now used for an exciting array of arts programming.
We're back on the road for The National Rural Touring Forum and Live and Local, this time paying a visit to Derbyshire and the picturesque church in Bradbourne; the perfect setting for some 3-part vocal harmony!
UPDATE: We are very sorry to announce that we are no longer able to perform at The Green Note on the 17th December. Don’t let this stop you getting your folk music fix because the magnificent Namlo trio are stepping in to bring you a night of beautiful Nepalese music.
Tickets available here
Facebook event here
Our sincerest apologies to anyone who was looking forward to seeing us. We know Namlo will not disappoint so please do go if you can.
Gather ‘round and prepare to be enchanted and spellbound by all things Witch as we weave our harmonies around the tall tales and masterful storytelling of the critically acclaimed Embers Collective
We’ll be devising and performing the live musical score to accompany this special, all female edition.
We're heading back in Lincolnshire for our final show of the tour before heading back home.
A full day of music, workshops, singarounds and more. We're super excited to play at one of the folk's worlds most treasured resources and prized institutions!
Other artists include Sam Kelly, Rachael McShane, Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar, Hannah James, Jack Rutter, Wör, Ange Hardy, Alice Jones, Anna MacDonald, London Klezmer, Kitty Macfarlane, Trials of Cato, Solasta....don't miss out!
Our first festival of the season and our first and only UK gig with our 6-piece configuration. This intimate little festival is all about the grassroots: local food, local booze and local people getting together for a jolly good knees up.
Get your tickets here, they're selling like ice cream on a hot bank holiday weekend....
We return to the legendary Green Note for a whole evening of our harmony-fuelled folk fables, hosted by Folk On Monday.
Our first gig of the year will see us joined by a new member of the group: Maya McCourt will be filling in the low frequencies and weaving in some killer tenor lines on cello.
Book your tickets here
It is with great pleasure, we present to you our debut studio EP: Through The Morning.
We want to celebrate the record with you in style so we'll be joined by some of London's finest, creative talent to bring you a night filled with virtuosic voice blending (thats us...) spellbinding storytelling, dazzling dancing and a few more surprises along the way.
We'll be sharing the stage in a collaborative venture with legendary vocal coach Marj McDaid (teacher and mentor to our own award-winning trio) for an afternoon of Irish song and poetry.
Stoke Newington Old Church is the last surviving Elizabethan church in London and hosts some really special accoustics; don't miss out!
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The legendary Harrison Pub opens its doors for a 12-hour folk music marathon. Sharing the line-up will be some of the finest folksters from the near and far of the here and now.
We're on at 6pm but be sure to get there early (3pm) for the amazing Nina Harries.
We return for the third time to play for the wonderful BreathArts, an important and inspiring charity that provides much needed light relief to the staff and patients of our brilliant NHS hospitals: this time round we'll be at St Thomas'.
This year, our performance takes place as part of the Totally Thames festival; "an annual celebration of the River Thames with a creative and diverse programme that inspires, connects and enthrals"