Please note that unless indicated otherwise all our events take place at Green Note, Camden, both the main venue and basement bar at Green Note have limited capacity so please buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment

Lady Maisery – The Bedford, Balham – Tuesday 14th November
In an English folk scene currently bursting with bold and innovative folk music, vocal trio Lady Maisery shine brightly…More details
Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow – The Slaughtered Lamb – Friday 17th November
Best known as the virtuoso guitar and fiddle players from the band Sheelanagig. more details
Mawkin and support from Nick Hart – The Sebright Arms, Haggerston – Saturday 18th November
‘A Gutsy re-working of Traditional Songs’ – The Guardian more details
Larry Ungar and Audrey Knuth Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead – Sunday 19th November
Guitar and banjo player Larry Ungar and fiddler Audrey Knuth are a Boston (USA) based traditional duo who play exhilarating tunes with driving rhythms more details
Jacquelyn Hynes Trio Monday 20th November
Jacquelyn Hynes is a highly regarded flautist and composer, rooted in Irish traditional music more details
Harri Endersby – Thursday 23rd November SOLD OUT
Growing up in County Durham and its thriving folk scene, Harri Endersby’s music has been heavily influenced by the region’s crowd of prestigious folk singers and musicians more details
Gigspanner – Thursday 23rd November
St John on Bethnal Green Church, Bethnal Green
one of the most genuinely ground-breaking forces on the British folk scene. more details
Laura Smyth & Ted Kemp – CD Launch. – Saturday 25th November, Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead
Laura Smyth and Ted Kemp perform traditional songs from England and beyond … more details
Trad.Attack – Sunday 26th November, Surya, Kings Cross
Trad.Attack! has really turned Estonian music scene upside down by bringing traditional music to the big stages, building modern world around its archaic sounds. … more details
Daria Kulesh. – Monday 27th November
With her striking voice and strong Russian and Ingush heritage, “bold, exotic, impressive” Daria Kulesh is a rising star and a unique character on the UK folk scene…. more details
Rosie Hood – Monday 4th December
“The overall sound is adorned and embellished by the inspirational and subtle singing of Rosie Hood, whose voice entwines perfectly with the music.” Living Tradition. more details
Julie Murphy – Wednesday 6th December
Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead
Julie Murphy is a singer songwriter and member of Welsh folk innovators fernhill. She writes songs at the piano at home in the Welsh countryside.. more details
Tom Moore & Archie Churchill-Moss – Saturday 9th December
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Tom Moore (Viola) and Archie Churchill-Moss (Accordion) have become key performers on the instrumental folk music scene in the last few years, both appearing in a host of bands more details
Remco Sietsema and Mel Biggs – Sunday 10th December
The Chocolate House, Chapel Market, Islington
“A melting pot of English melodies, original compositions and multi-layered rhythmical improvisations.” more details
Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar Band – Monday 11th December
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Two time BBC Folk Award winners … More details
Anna MacDonald – Tuesday 12th December
Basement Bar, Green Note
Anna MacDonald is a multi-instrumentalist singer and songwriter whose celtic roots shine through her songs whether sung in Scots, English or Gaelic… more details
Tell Tale Tusk – EP Launch – Wednesday 13th December
Balabam, Tottenham
Tonight Tell Tale Tusk celebrate the launch of their new EP ‘Through the Morning’ with special guests and surprises more details
A Winter Union – Thursday 14th December
St John on Bethnal Green Church, Bethnal Green
Five leading lights of the British roots scene join forces to create a festive folk band like no other.
The Coach House Company – Sunday 17th December
The Water Rats, Kings Cross
The Coach House Company return with their annual Christmas shindig. Expect new takes on old carols, old takes on new(er) seasonal songs and bucketfuls of Christmas cheer. more details
Long Lankin – Monday 18th December
Long Lankin is a contemporary folk group made up of three female singers and instrumentalists who mix original compositions with inventive arrangements of traditional material. more details
Matt Tighe – Monday 8th January 2018
Living in South London and born to an Irish and Trinidadian background, Fiddle player Matt Tighe is quickly making a name for himself in the world of folk and Traditional music. more details
Snaarmaarwaar – Friday 12th January 2018
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Acoustic powerfolk from Flanders. more details
I fratelli Tarzanelli -Tuesday 16th January 2018
The Tarzanelli Brothers band springs from the natural agreement between the violin and the accordion, but also from the encounter between two musicians more details
The Outside Track – Wednesday 17th January 2018
A stunning synthesis of virtuosity and energy, The Outside Track‘s marriage of Canadian, Scottish and Irish music and song has been rapturously received around the world. more details
Brona McVittie – Album Launch – Friday 19th January 2018
The Tea House Theatre, Vauxhall
We are the Wildlife – the forthcoming debut solo LP from celebrated Irish folk chanteuse and harpist Brona McVittie
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Counters Creek and Solasta – Monday 22nd January 2018
Solasta are an outstanding folk trio who are fast building a name for themselves on the back of their inventive arrangements …. Counter’s Creek is an acoustic folk trio based in London who make original music inspired by the folk music of the British Isles and beyond more details
Andreas Tophøj and Rune Barslund – Thursday 25th January 2018
Danish duo Andreas Tophøj and Rune Barslund perform with violin, accordion and viola. The accomplished duo has its roots in Jutland, Denmark more details
Calum Stewart Quartet – Tuesday 30th January 2018
Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead
“An astounding Uilleann Piper … Music that runs as pure as a Highland stream.” ACOUSTIC Magazine. more details
Shake The Chains – Saturday 3rd February 2018
St John on Bethnal Green Church
Shake the Chains is an exciting new touring commission from celebrated UK contemporary folk singer songwriters that will explore the role songs have played in social change, resistance and protest. At a time when making our political voice heard is as important as ever, Shake the Chains will include new material written exclusively for the project, as well as classic protest songs from around the world. more details
Geoff Lakeman – Monday 5th February 2018
A Cornishman who has lived on Dartmoor for 40 years, has been described as ” A stalwart of the West Country Folk scene and the father of a virtual folk dynasty.”more details
The Tannahil Weavers – Tuesday 6th February 2018
Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead
“…one of the most exhilarating acoustic bands on the Celtic map.” – Irish Music Magazine more details
Cath & Phil Tyler – Monday 12th February 2018
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Cath & Phil Tyler play Anglo-American folk music using guitar, banjo, voice and fiddle. more details
Tell Tale Tusk – Monday 12th February 2018
Tell Tale Tusk are an award-winning contemporary-folk ensemble re-imagining folk-fables old and giving light to folk-tales new.more details
Pons Aelius – Wednesday 14th February 2018
2015 Celtic Connections Danny Kyle Award Winners Pons Aelius are an ambitious young instrumental sextet exploring the traditional and contemporary folk musics of Britain and beyond. more details
Salt House – Monday 19th February 2018
Since the release of their 2013 debut ‘Lay Your Dark Low’, Scottish band Salt House have established themselves as a strong force on the folk scene. Known for their combination of new writing along with reworking of old words, their sound is rooted in the rich British song-writing tradition more details
Emilia Lajunen & Suvi Oskala – Wednesday 21st February 2018
Heath Street Baptist Church,Hampstead
Both players of Duo Emilia Lajunen & Suvi Oskala are of the very best Finnish folk fiddling can offer. more details
Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal – Monday 5th March 2018
Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal are a duo rooted in the traditions of Scotland’s music and song.
Coven: International Women’s Day Concert – Thursday 8th March 2018
St John on Bethnal Green Church, Bethnal Green
Coven are a collective of three of the British folk scene’s finest, most formidable and forthright female acts, taking to the stage to celebrate International Women’s Day in a week of unforgettable concerts.. more details
Monster Ceilidh Band – Friday 16th March 2018
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
“Young and sassy, innovative and skilful the Monsters effortlessly fuse the traditional with the contemporary”
Liz Holmes, Director, Knockengorroch World Ceilidh more details
Harri Endersby – Sunday 18th March 2018
The Harrison, Kings Cross
‘Musically brilliant storytelling song-writing at its finest is what Endersby and her group deal in.’ – The Bubble Magazine more details
Tannara  – Monday 19th March 2018
Converging from across the country, Tannara are entangled in Scotland’s rich web of traditions. more details
Claire Hastings – Monday 26th March 2018
“Claire Hastings is blessed with confidence and a very fine voice, beautifully sustained” – Hi-Arts. more details
Emily Maguire – Saturday 31st March 2018
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Best-known for her strong, thought-provoking lyrics and ‘supremely expressive vocals’… more details
The Iona Fyfe Band – Monday 2nd April 2018
BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2017 finalist … more details
Kim Lowings and The Greenwood – Monday 9th April 2018
Inspired by the folk tradition, Kim Lowings and The Greenwood perform their songs with a contemporary twist. .. more details
Dipper Malkin – Monday 16th April 2018
Dipper Malkin is the “potent combination” (Folk Radio UK) of two musicians that have spent their careers to date involved in groundbreaking projects … more details
Ross Couper and Tom Oakes – Tuesday 17th April – details forthcoming
The Dovetail Trio – Monday 23rd April 2018
Presenting England’s traditional songs with a bold and fresh approach.. more details
Aidan O’Rourke & Kit Downes – Tuesday 24th April 2018
A new duo that brings together two of the UK’s foremost folk and jazz artists, a sparse and emotive exploration of contemporary folk music.. more details
Windborne – Monday 30th April 2018
The four Windborne singers grew up immersed in the traditional song and dance communities of New England and discovered a love of world folk music in their teens. . more details
Gilmore & Roberts – Friday 4th May 2018
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Contemporary folk/acoustic duo Gilmore & Roberts combine award-winning songwriting with astounding musicianship… more details
Emily Mae Winters – Monday 7th May 2018
Details forthcoming
Andy May Trio – Monday 14th May
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
The Andy May Trio play high energy instrumental folk, inspired by the music of their native North East… more details
Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage – Tuesday 15th May 2018
Heath Street Baptist Church, Hamptead
The Dan Walsh Trio – Wednesday 16th May 2018
Details forthcoming
Rosie Hood and Ollie King – Monday 21st May
With two new solo albums under their belts and a wealth of traditional, folk and other material in their heads, Rosie Hood and Ollie King embark on a joint venture that promises to enthrall and entertain from start to finish. … more details
Kelly Oliver – Monday 4th June 2018
‘A singer-guitarist who straddles folk and pop’ The Sunday Times… more details
Trials of Cato – Monday 11th June 2018
“One of the real discoveries on the folk circuit in recent times” – Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2 more details
Nancy Kerr – Monday 18th June 2018
“A songwriter steeped in the tradition, but casting it anew.” Songlines… more details
Emily Portman & Rob Harbron – Saturday 23rd June 2018
Details forthcoming
Molly Evans – Monday 2nd July 2018
Details forthcoming
Anna MacDonald – Monday 16th July
Anna MacDonald is a multi-instrumentalist singer and songwriter whose celtic roots shine through her songs whether sung in Scots, English or Gaelic… more details
Estbel – Monday 3rd September 2018
Estbel’s new repertoire is ripe with magical realism and could be described as a walk with Björk and Gabriel Garcia Marquez in a Northern landscape filled with delicate arrangements and dainty harmonies….. more details
Jackie Oates – Monday 17th September 2018
Winner of BBC Folk Awards for best newcomer and best traditional track, Jackie Oates is a name synonymous with the reinvigoration of English folk music, beguiling audiences with a delicate balance of tradition and reinvention…. more details
Tom Moore & Archie Churchill-Moss – Monday 1st October
Tom Moore (Viola) and Archie Churchill-Moss (Accordion) have become key performers on the instrumental folk music scene in the last few years, both appearing in a host of bands more details
Rob Harbron and Emma Reid – Monday 15th October
The Furrow Collective – Monday 12th November 2018
Details forthcoming