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A Flavour of the Fleece – Taste & Tour Evening
Monday 11th Nov, 06:00pm
Tickets £20

Join Nigel Smith, Landlord of the Fleece Inn, for a tour of our fascinating building and the artefacts, giving an insight into the pub’s long history and the people who lived here. The evening starts at 6pm, with complimentary tea & coffee. A 2-course meal is served at approx 6.45pm, in the pub, choose from […]

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Fleecey Folk: Daoirí Farrell
Tuesday 12th Nov, 08:00pm
Tickets £14

Dublin-born traditional singer and bouzouki player Daoirí (pronounced ‘Derry’) Farrell has been described by some of the biggest names in Irish folk music as one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years. ‘Daoirí is one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade’  Dónal Lunny ‘I’ve […]

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A Brief History of Christmas
Wednesday 4th Dec, 08:00pm
Tickets £14 (£12) - on sale soon

600 Years of Yuletide Songs, Carols, Tunes and Tales! Acclaimed musicians GreenMatthews (with special guest Jude Rees of Pilgrims’ Way) present a festive romp through 600 years of Christmas music, songs and carols. Beginning in the Middle Ages and ending in the 20th century, ‘A Brief History of Christmas’ is a whistle-stop tour of the […]

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Fleecey Folk: Alden Patterson and Dashwood
Tuesday 18th Feb, 08:00pm
Tickets £12 - on sale soon

★★★★★ Album Of The Year Editors Choice – fROOTS Magazine Norwich based folk trio Alden Patterson and Dashwood weave rich vocal harmonies, fiddle, dobro, guitar and mandolin around beautifully written original songs and melodies. The independently-released debut album ‘Call Me Home’ was written and produced at home in Norwich and is lovingly presented in attractive […]

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Fleecey Folk: Josie Duncan and Pablo Lafuente
Tuesday 25th Feb, 08:00pm
Tickets £12 - on sale soon

BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award Winners (2017) Josie Duncan and Pablo Lafuente are a vocal/guitar duo like no other. Calling the Isle of Lewis and Spain home respectively, its no wonder their music doesn’t focus on one place, on one of the many strands of Scotland’s web of traditions. They are well travelled, and […]

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