Sent: 30 March 2011 13:00
Subject: SEFAN 2011-03-30_02
EVENTS - APRIL (2 posts) KENT
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1. Faversham Folk
Club - Club programme for APRIL
2. An evening with Jim Causley and friends at Tenterden on the 22nd April
1. Faversham Folk Club
- guests in APRIL
Wednesday 6th April
Alan Prosser &
Tickets: £10 all tickets
Wednesday 20th April
KIERAN HALPIN - a successful songwriter with many of his songs covered by other
Tickets: £7 members/£8
non- members Under 16's free
From: Gavin Atkin
Date: 29 March 2011 21:34:02 GMT+01:00
22nd April. 8pm
An evening with Jim
Causley and friends at Tenterden promoted
jointly by the Frittenden Sessions and Tenterden Folk Festival.
‘I think he is
absolutely terrific – and so will you’ Shreds & Patches
‘One of the most endearing voices to emerge in recent times’ Folking.com
Talented young Devon
singer Jim Causley will be appearing with friends Rosie Davis, and Julie and Gavin Atkin at the White Lion, in Tenterden’s picturesque
High Street on the 22nd April 2011,
starting at 8pm.
Jim’s a dynamic and engaging performer, with a great gift for telling the
story of a song, and just happens to have one of the best baritone voices
you’re likely to hear anywhere.
Rosie Davis is a highly respected musician and singer with a beguiling
mixture of British and American traditional songs, and also an outstanding
dancer who will no doubt present both old fashioned Southern English
stepdancing and Appalachian styles.
Julie and Gavin Atkin sing and play old fashioned and traditional songs and
tunes. Gavin uses a concertina to accompany Julie’s singing of old popular
songs, plays tunes on fiddle and melodeon, and does a bit of singing himself.
The Saddlery Room
Tickets are £6.00 in advance (tel 07985 522734, email gmatkin_at_gmail_dot_com), and £7.00 on the
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