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Folk clubs: East Yorkshire




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 Beverley   Cottingham  Etton   Goole  Hull


  • The White Horse Folk Club
    Mondays, weekly at Beverley Conservative Club,
    Wylies Road (opposite the Rose and Crown), Beverley.
    (last Monday of the month in the Catholic Church Hall (next to the Rose and Crown)
    Closed on bank holidays

    Guests and singers.
    Contact: Rosie Fletcher
    Telephone: 01482 823743
    Email: pf274@aol.com
    Website: http://www.whfolk.co.uk/
  • Beverley Folk And Roots The Ferguson Fawsitt Arms, East End, Walkington, Nr Beverley HU17 8RX.
    Meet once a month, usually towards the middle of the month. Doors open
    7.45pm We promote contemporary folk music, Bluegrass and Americana. No actual membership but anyone interested can join our E mailing list.
    Contact: Harvey Brown
    Telephone: 01482 864979
    Email: folk@harmony.karoo.co.uk
    Website: http://www.beverleyfolk.club


Cottingham Live
Cottingham live is one of the most progressive live music clubs in the area with all acoustic music being welcome. Meeting each Wednesday at
8.00pm at the Back Room in Cottingham. If you are just starting or an accomplished performer you will be very comfortable in this friendly folk club.
Contact: Andrew Hammond
Mobile: 07765034081
Email: contact@andy-hammond.co.uk
Website: http://www.cottingham-live.co.uk


  • The Processed Pea Folk Club
    Light Dragoon, Etton, Near Beverley, First Monday in Month February to December. Doors open 6.30 for
    8pm start. The Processed Pea is 50 years old this September and will be celebrating in Beverley. The Pea has played host, in the same room, to a Who's Who of folk, rock, classical, comedy, poetry and ethnic performers. See Website for details and further information.  
    Contact: Stuart Bell
    Telephone: 01430 810669
    Email: bellstuey@aol.com
    Website: http://theprocessedpea.co.uk


  • Junction - Folk In The Bar
    First Thursday of every month. A laid back evening of acoustic music in Walkway (Junction's cafe bar). Musicians, Singers, poets etc. just turn up and perform; Roger Keith Dillon on arrival. Free entry, no booked guests.
    Paradise Place, Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 5DL
    Contact: Helen Tawn
    Telephone: 01405 763652
    Email: Helen.gtc@btconnect.com
    Website: http://www.junctiongoole.co.uk/


  • Keyingham Folk Club
    The Village Hall,
    Station Road, Keyingham Near Hull. Keyingham Folk Club is one of the largest in East Yorkshire. We boast a very large stage and bar. Singers, musicians and poets come from all over the Hull and villages area. We meet every Third Friday of the month at 8pm and entrance is free for performers.
    Contact: Jim Gray,
    Address: 9 Ombler Close, Keyingham,
    Hull HU12 9SB
    Telephone: 01964 623560
    Email: jgray@jgray.karoo.co.uk





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