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

Minnie Birch and Robert Lane – Friday 20th March – Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Minnie writes dark, plaintive, beautiful music about life, love, adventures and fairy tales.
Robert Lane is a musician, songwriter, actor, guitar tutor and workshop leader

Liz Simcock – Sunday 22nd March – Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Liz Simcock is one of the country’s finest female singer songwriters. Her songs – often autobiographical and highly personal – are immediately accessible to audiences and injected with poetry, emotion and splashes of humour. More details

Geri Van Essen – Monday 23rd March Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green Note Basement Bar, Camden
Geri van Essen is an East London based singer who has wooed many a small venue audience with her quietly evocative melodies and lyrics.  More details

Katie Spencer – Thursday 26th March Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Like the expressionistic brushstrokes of a landscape painter, Katie Spencer conjures vivid landscapes through the medium of song. more details

Stepling – Thursday 2nd April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green Note, Camden
There’s nothing else quite like Stepling, a unique and exciting act that has burst onto the folk scene with their original blend of music, step dance and song inspired by English traditions. More details

Bird in the Belly, Friday 3rd April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Gallery Cafe, Bethnal Green
Bird in the Belly is a Brighton-based Folk group who collect little known and forgotten lyrics, poems and stories from around the UK, and set them to their own “hypnotically original compositions” (fRoots).. More details

Joshua Burnell & Frances Sladen – Saturday 4th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Join Joshua & Frances for a rare and intimate show in which they will share anecdotes and showcase some brand new songs. More details

Ben Walker and Thom Ashworth – Saturday 4th April POSTPONED
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Ben Walker was recently hailed as one of ‘the best acoustic guitarists in the world right now’ by Total Guitar magazine. A versatile composer as well as a celebrated instrumentalist, his passion is putting old jewels in new settings.
An acoustic bass guitar may not seem like an obvious choice as an accompaniment instrument, but Thom Ashworth shows that that 4 strings are enough to delve into the canon of British folk music. More details

Emily Mae Winters – Sunday 5th April – Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green Note, Camden
Fast rising star on the U.K. Folk/Americana scene Emily Mae Winters has that rare quality in a singer that makes critics reach for the superlatives. More details

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Artisan Row – Monday 6th April POSTPONED
Green Note, Camden
Celebrating the timeless melodic beauty and strength of traditional Irish music and more, Artisan Row brings together four well-known figures from London’s traditional Irish and folk music scenes More details

Ellie Gowers – Thursday 9th April 2020 Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Warwickshire songwriter, Ellie Gowers, has been quietly brewing her self-penned songs for a while more details

Mishra – Sunday 12th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Mishra are a global folk collective with strong roots in U.K folk, out of which they weave a tight web of intricate, Indian-influenced original music that defies definition More details

Chris Elliott and Caitlin Jones – Monday 13th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green, Note, Camden
Chris Elliott and Caitlin Jones bring a mix of traditional and self-penned ballads about place, identity, old and new. more details


Avocet– Wednesday 15th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
This brilliant young trio from Scotland won the Danny Kyle Celtic Connections Award in 2017 and are quite simply mesmerising to watch and to listen to. more details

Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal – Friday 17th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal are a Scottish duo rooted in the traditions of Scotland’s music and song. more details

Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal Workshop – Saturday 18th April 13:00 Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal are a Scottish duo rooted in the traditions of Scotland’s music and song. more details

Jack Badcock – Monday 20th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green Note, Camden
Singer and guitarist, Jack Badcock is a hugely experienced performer, having toured extensively around the world, predominantly as frontman and founding member of his award winning world-folk band Dallahan. More details

Christina Alden & Alex Patterson and anrimeal – Tuesday 21st April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Christina Alden and Alex Patterson are the main song writing force behind award winning folk trio Alden Patterson and Dashwood.
anrimeal performs a breathtaking piece, interplaying sound with silence, and tradition with innovation. More details

Ryan Young and Jenn Butterworth – Saturday 25th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Red Hedgehog, Highgate
Scots Trad Music Awards ‘Up And Coming artist of the year’, fiddle player Ryan Young brings new and exciting ideas to traditional Scottish music. More details

Roswell and Misty River – Sunday 26th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Roswell are Jasmine Watkiss and Zoë Wren, two harmony-obsessed singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists
Misty River are an Americana band based in London with roots in the west coast of Ireland and the US. More details

Chris Fox – Monday 27th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green Note, Camden
Chris Fox’s music reflects thought provoking topics and humorous insights on life with deep powerful vocals and varied and eclectic guitar styles that span the roots lexicon of Americana, Folk, Country and Blues. More details

Brown Boots Album Launch – Tuesday 28th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
This event celebrates the launch of our new album. This is more than just a list of our favourite tunes, it’s a collection of sets that have been growing and changing with every gig, crafted together to take you on a journey across beautiful musical landscapes.. More details

Sairie and Joy Becker – Wednesday 29th April Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Sairie have a shared love of folklore, dark tales, mystery, nature and landscape.
Joy Becker is an emerging contemporary folk artist whose music gives voice to the vulnerability of being human More details

Rosie Hood Trio – Monday 4th May Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green Note, Camden
A folk singer/songwriter from Wiltshire, Rosie Hood is known for her strong, pure voice and captivating performances More details

Harrow Fair – Tuesday 5th May Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Harrow Fair is Miranda Mulholland & Andrew Penner. One part stomping songs that echo early Country and Rock n Roll. The other gritty ballads that sound sweet and haunted. More details

Jack Sharp – Album Launch – Wednesday 6th May
Good Times Older is Jack Sharp’s first solo album, following 13 years fronting psych rock band Wolf People. This collection of 11 songs features Jack’s guitar and voice, recorded in an austere and spare setting, using mostly traditional music and words gleaned from his home county of Bedfordshire. More details

Dipper Malkin – Wednesday 13th May Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Green Note, Camden
This inspiring duo is the meeting place for new ideas to meld with traditional song and dance tunes, the result being beautifully honed new works, breaking new ground yet routed within the tradition. More details

Tom Kitching with Marit Fält – Monday 18th May POSTPONED
Busking England
For 18 months, Tom Kitching busked the length of England, getting to know his own country better. From Carlisle to Cornwall, London to Bolton, and all places between. More details

Matt McGinn – Tuesday 19th May Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Celebrating the release of his 4th studio album, ‘Lessons of War’, Co. Down singer-songwriter and producer Matt McGinn makes a return to London. More details

Owl Light Trio – Wednesday 20th May Cancelled
Green Note, Camden
Owl Light Trio are an instrumental group based in Oxfordshire.
They take good tunes to pieces and put them back together again.
The tunes come from a variety of sources. Some are traditional tunes from Britain, Ireland or Europe. Many are their own compositions. More details

Bill Jones – Friday 29th May
The Harrison, Kings Cross
If you’ve not heard of Bill Jones, it’s because she’s been away for a while. Perhaps you missed her the first time around, when she was coming up with similar bright young British folk hopes at the turn of the century More details

Alvorada – Saturday 13th June
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Alvorada are the UK’s leading performers of choro, a rich and uplifting style of instrumental music from Rio de Janeiro. Alvorada explore influences from all over Brazil, playing choros with the irresistible swing of samba and maxixe from the South to baião from the Northeast, all with an immediacy and vibrancy that delights audiences everywhere. More details

Said The Maiden and Chris Cleverley – Sunday 14th June
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Said The Maiden are an award winning female folk trio from leafy Hertfordshire, singing traditional songs about love, loss, death, soldiers and sailors.
Maybe it is Chris Cleverley’s eternally restless, whirring chasm of a mind that leads him to constantly innovate and re-imagine his unique interpretation of 21st Century Alt-folk music.  More details

Arrowsmith:Robb Trio – Monday 15th June

Green Note, Camden
Arrowsmith:Robb Trio is a transatlantic collaboration between UK-based Jess & Richard Arrowsmith (Melrose Quartet, Hekety) and Canadian folk music veteran Ian Robb (Finest Kind. Jiig, Friends of Fiddler’s Green). More details

Gadarene – Friday 19th June
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Gadarene blend obscure traditional English tunes, virtuoso acoustic musicians, funky beats and loads of energy. More details

ELÍR – Tuesday 23rd June
The Harrison, Kings Cross
ELÍR was formed in Glasgow’s vibrant and eclectic music scene. Featuring Niamh MacKaveney from Scotland (vocals & fiddle), David Lombardi from Italy (fiddle) and Jean Damei from France (guitar), the trio have taken influences from each country to produce a musical landscape rich in colour and layers of sound. More details

STROMA – Friday 26th June
The Harrison, Kings Cross
STROMA is a new folk band from London specialising in exciting ceilidhs and dynamic tunes.
Stroma’s events feature traditional and new folk music from the Scottish, Irish and English traditions, presented on acoustic instruments with a striking contemporary edge. More details

Burd Ellen – Monday 29th June
Support from Paddi Benson and Grace Lemon
The Harrison, Bloomsbury
Doors 7:30pm, Live Music 8:15pm
Burd Ellen uses traditional song to explore and evoke dark landscapes and deep stories. More details

Benji Kirkpatrick – Monday 6th July
Green Note, Camden
Well known as a rhythmic driver of such folk acts as Bellowhead and Faustus, Benji Kirkpatrick has been at the forefront of the folk and roots scene for many years More details

Paul Armfield – Monday 13th July
The Harrison, Kings Cross
A buried treasure…heir to deathless troubadours such as Tim Hardin’ Gavin Martin in The Mirror ….. More details

Anna Smyrk – Monday 7th September
Green Note, Camden
Folk troubadour Anna Smyrk has come a long way since growing up on a lavender farm in Australia. With her sun-drenched voice and songs about far-flung corners of the world, Anna’s music paints stunning pictures of places she’s lived- from the sapphire waters of the Solomon Islands to a dusty city in Cambodia. More details

Will Finn and Rosie Calvert – Monday 14th September
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Will Finn and Rosie Calvert are a dynamic up-and-coming duo from the heart of Newcastle. More details

Hannah Rarity – Wednesday 16th September
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2018
Hannah Rarity’s sublime voice imbues the music she performs with a depth of emotion that is inimitable. It’s this ability that has seen her become one of Scotland’s foremost young singers. More details

Ewan McLennan – Monday 21st September
From a BBC Folk Award to his work with Transatlantic Sessions through to his recent critically-acclaimed collaboration with the author George Monbiot, Ewan McLennan has come to be known as one of the finest troubadours, singer-songwriters and balladeers of his generation. More details

Shooglenifty – Sunday 18th October
The Lexington, Islington
Doors 7:30pm, Live Music 8:00pm
“Shooglenifty, self-styled as “Acid Croft”, have the musical wanderlust as well as the rocking electric bottom end to summon their audience to a world ceilidh. ****”– Fiona Shepherd,The Scotsman more details

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