Guest Nights & Special Events

posted 10 May 2012, 09:36 by Folk Club Committee   [ updated 13 Mar 2017, 11:57 ]


FOOT STOMPIN' FUN WITH CORNISH DANCE
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4-6pm on Sundays before Folk Club!

A fortnightly series of Cornish music and dance workshops running all the way through to Bude Folk Festival.

Learn/refresh a selection of Cornish social, set & step dances in traditional style . . . furry dances, serpent dances, circle dances, partner dances, and maybe a scoot dance, or stick dance too.

All dances are taught from scratch - suitable for all levels.

LIVE MUSIC with the Bude Folk Musicians Collective.

A great way to keep fit and have some fun with a friendly bunch of people - it's what late Sunday afternoons were made for :D


Magic Hat pay (pay as you feel - a fiver would be nice :) )

Cornish dance tunes for musicians are here : http://scootskernow.blogspot.co.uk/p/cornish-dance-tunes.html

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Saturday March 25th 7.30pm

Barndance

at the Falcon Hotel

 with live band Mist the Boat and Caller Chris March

Great fun for all ages! Admission £6

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Saturday 8th April 7.30pm

Bude Follies

An entertaining variety evening starring local performers.

Admission £7.50

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April 12th 7pm

Bingo!

More information to follow!

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May 26th - 29th

Bude and Stratton Folk Festival

visit www.budefolkfest.com for up to date information

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June 11th 7.30pm

Guest night with Steve Hunt and Neil Davey

https://www.facebook.com/Davey-Hunt-1437298983214453/

Neil Davey and Steve Hunt perform honest-to-goodness folk music from all over the place on a variety of stringed instruments. Well known as prime exponents of Cornish traditional music with Dalla and Skillywidden, the duo draw on a broad repertoire encompassing Celtic styles, English folk song and early Americana with flair, finesse and fun.

Some of you will already have met Steve at the Cornish Music and Dance sessions leading up to the festival. Here's a chance to hear him with Neil. Bound to be fun and entertaining. 


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