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Friday 1 June
West Country Traditions Festival

World Unlimited - Reg Meuross - with special guest harpist Anna Tanvir St Mary's Parish Church, Kingskerswell TQ12 5LD - doors 7.00pm - Tickets £12.00+ advance from WeGotTickets Go to website for more information, telephone 01803 875527 or email
A magical musical evening with Somerset singer-songwriter Reg Meuross and special guest harpist Anna Tanvir, plus beautiful harmonies from our local friend, Katie Whitehouse, and her Totnes Pop Up choir.

This concert is part of Reg’s ‘Two Albums Tour’ encompassing his two latest album releases, Faraway People and Songs About A Train. Reg is a true modern troubadour, from gigging in village halls, arts centres and intimate folk clubs to playing the Royal Albert Hall and huge festival stages in the UK and abroad, he consistently entrances his audiences with songs of life, love and injustice, soulfully delivered with melodic tenor vocals and exemplary guitar playing.  He has that rare gift of being able to touch people through his songs and performance on a really human level, with words and music painting pictures that remain with the listener long after the song has been sung.


World Unlimited is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation. Telephone 01803 875527 or email
Originally based in Birmingham, WU now regularly promotes concerts in South Devon. Go to website for more information

Saturday 2 June
Clive Carroll - St Matthew’s Church, Cheriton Fitzpaine, Crediton - 7.30pm - For tickets telephone 01363 866082.
'A Thousand Years of Music' is a show that demonstrates the versatility of the guitar to its fullest extent. For the last decade, audiences all over the world have been kept in a constant state of awe and amazement at his virtuosity and skill. With his breath-taking mastery of techniques and antecedents from Benjamin Britten to Nick Drake and from Renbourn through Gordon Giltrap to Pat Metheny, join this stunningly versatile guitarist on a joyful fairground ride of instrumental styles spanning the fields of traditional, classical and jazz with inspirations running from newgrass and fusion jazz to Irish stylings. Licensed bar.
Lost Sound Chorus + Gaudeamus Chamber Choir - St Mary's Church, High Street, Totnes TQ9 5NN - 7.00pm - Tickets £9.50 from website
Dartmoor folk choir The Lost Sound: "We are excited to be singing with this superb chamber choir from Essex as part of their Devon tour. We first sang together in London, as part of the Brandenburg concert series in 2015 and have remained in touch ever since. What a wonderful sound they make! Our two choirs make for an unusual and highly compatable mix of styles. Come and join us for some heartfelt and inspiring singing."
Glorious Chorus - Calstock Arts, The Old Chapel, Sand Lane, Calstock PL18 9QX - Doors and bar 7.00pm - start 8.00pm - Tickets £8.00 advance, £9.00 door. £1.00 reduction for Friends of Calstock Arts, £8.00 under 18s. Go to website for more information and tickets or telephone 01726 879500 or from Limekiln Gallery, Calstock. Opening times 11.00am to 5.00pm Tuesday to Saturday.
Acclaimed Devon-based performance choir Glorious Chorus returns to Calstock for another roof-raising performance. A highlight of the 2015 Calstock Jazz and Blues Festival, the choir has gone from strength to strength. With prestigious festival shows behind them – including an appearance at the Voices Now Festival at London’s Roundhouse in 2017
West Country Traditions Festival

Youth Folk Sampler Day - Ebenezer Hall, North Street, Okehampton EX20 1AR - Saturday 2 June 2018.

Sampler Days
Aged 14–18 on 1 September 2018?
Play an instrument confidently?
Want to take part in an inspiring day of music making?

Sign up for a free place at our Sampler Day at Ebenezer Hall in June 2018.
Explore English folk music, learn from inspiring tutors and play with other young musicians from your region. Take part in a day of creative folk music workshops and, if you want to, audition for the 2018–19 National Youth Folk Ensemble.
Each Sampler Day features:
• music workshops with Sam Sweeney, Rob Harbron and Miranda Rutter
• Q&A with Ensemble staff
• optional short audition, if you wish to apply for the National Youth Folk Ensemble

Sampler Days are open to players of any instrument. All playing and learning will be done by ear.

These free Sampler Days have a positive and welcoming atmosphere. If you’re interested in joining the National Youth Folk Ensemble, you’ll need to attend one of them to start the audition process.Book your free place now go to website

Picture by Camilla Greenwell

DANCE - Teign Playford Club - Gwyn George and Jean Foster - 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Sunday 3 June
Eliza Acty - Seven Stars Inn, Seven Stars Lane, Plymouth PL5 4NN -  4.00pm
With her unique vocal style, singer and musician Eliza performs a wide range of folk, blues, American old-time and contemporary songs that spans over a century of music
West Country Traditions Festival
Regular events 1st Sunday
SONG - Topsham Folk Song Club - Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage - support Jack Harris - 8.00pm - £10.00 advance from WeGotTickets - £12.00 on the door Mathews Hall, Fore Street, Topsham, EX3 0HF Go to website for more information.

A chance meeting at their local Black Fen Folk Club in Cambridge uncovered Hannah and Ben’s shared musical passions and sympathies that over time has developed into a unique show of American roots and English folk music. Singing intimate duets with just mountain dulcimer, dobro and guitar, Hannah and Ben are a folk duo that look and sound classically timeless.

‘Spellbinding… Hannah and Ben were born to play and sing together.’  – fRoots Magazine

SONG - Folk on the Moor Book by email
Monday 4 June
Tuesday 5 June
Regular events 1st Tuesday
"FirstTuesday" Storytelling Cafe - Twyford House, Coburg Road, Sidmouth EX10 8NF - 2.00 - 4.00pm -
Come tell a story: personal, traditional, made up or family, or just listen to someone else. Max 10 mins per story, and no reading aloud allowed. Just come and have fun in a relaxed cosy, supportive setting. £3.00 to include refreshments. Details from Janet on 07834 194215.
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
MUSIC - Exeter Ukulele Club
DANCE - Fraddon Folk Dance Club (Cornwall)
SONG - Bradninch Folk Club - open night
Wednesday 6 June
Regular events 1st Wednesday
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Meter Rite - Graham Knight 
DANCE - Halsway Folk Dance Club - Pair of Shears - TBC - Bicknoller Village Hall
Thursday 7 June
Friday 8 June
Fake Thackray - The Watermark, Erme Court, Leonards Road, Ivybridge PL21 0SZ - 7.30pm - Tickets £12.00 - Box office 01752 892220. For more information go to website

‘A hilarious and heartfelt celebration of the life and songs of one of this country’s finest and funniest wordsmiths. Highly entertaining whether you are discovering Jake for the first time, or an ardent fan.’

The late Jake Thackray is being increasingly acknowledged as one of the greatest English songwriters of the twentieth century, a unique talent, whose songs are full of poetry, wit, irreverence and humanity.

John Watterson is Jake’s biographer and the UK’s leading performer of Jake’s songs. As Fake Thackray he has toured with Fairport Convention, played at many festivals, theatres, clubs and on national radio.

John has recently uncovered 15 wonderful songs written by Jake but never released - some have lain forgotten in the BBC archives for decades, others found in Jake’s personal papers haven’t ever been heard. These songs, along with never-before told stories from the biography research plus several much-loved Jake classics, feature in John’s new show.

Contra Dance - Countess Wear Village Hall, Exeter, EX2 6LB - 7.30pm  - Caller Jeremy Child. A monthly series of Contra Dances. Cost £5.00 per person. Beginners welcome.  Soft drinks, tea, coffee and biscuits available free of charge, but no bar. For more information visit website
Saturday 9 June
Phonic FM Takeover - Ensemble Baklava - Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, Exeter EX4 3LS - 5.00pm - Free. Website
Playing as part of Phonic FMs takeover of the Arts Centre. Celebrating 10 years of broadcasting with a building takeover featuring live music, DJs, films, outside broadcasts, studio tours and a radio conference.
Cosgrave & Banks - Bovey Craft FairBovey Tracey. Folk duo Mike Cosgrave (Sin é, Jackie Leven, Jackie Oates) and Steve Banks (Maddy Prior & the Carnival Band, Blue Jewel) have built a reputation for top quality musicianship and entertainment. “An eclectic mix of material, underpinned by top quality musicianship; a varied and highly entertaining programme” – Folk On The Moor Folk Club. “One of Devon’s multi-instrumental treasures.” – Topsham Folk Club. “A sublime concert, complete with quirky intros; a sumptuous musical journey far and wide across the UK and Europe.” – Cheriton Fitzpaine Village Hall. "Superb playing and singing, all with a great sense of style and fun"  – Tom McConville. Go to website for more information
Keith James: The songs of Leonard Cohen - The Flavel, Flavel Place, Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 9ND - 7.30pm - Tickets £12.00. Box Office telephone 01803 839530 or book online at website

Leonard Cohen's wonderful Tower of Songs -  stripped back, desolate, naked and sensual... Enigmatic, mysterious and sub textural, songwriter Leonard Cohen was an unflinching character, with an exact sense of prose, a wry humour and courage to wrestle with the unspoken, forgiving human frailty with the stroke of each line. The chilling announcement of Leonard's passing marked the end of an era. His music befriended an entire generation. Within every line of his writing, he has been challenging us to listen more carefully, speak more thoughtfully, think more deeply and recognize our own fragility. A Man of Grace. This World will miss him very much!

With a lifetime reputation of performing in this exact way and an undying love of the ‘pure song’, Keith James gives you a concert of Cohen’s amazing material in the most intimate and sensitive way imaginable, exposing the solitary inner strength of his greatest songs in their original perfect form. Keith has performed an extensive tour of this concert in Theatres and Arts Centres across the UK, giving almost 400 concerts to over 100,000 people. This has proved to be one of the greatest honours in Keith James’ 40 year career in music. Amongst a concert of such songs as; Famous Blue Raincoat, Sisters of Mercy, Suzanneand Hallelujah, are also poems by Lorca (Cohen's greatest influence) that Keith has set to music. There will also be songs from Cohen's final album You Want It Darker, released only weeks before his death – produced by his son, Adam.

DANCE - Willand Folk Dance Club -  Francis Oates - Folk Two - Willand Village Hall, Gables Road, Willand, Cullompton, Devon EX15 2PL - 8.00pm - Admission £8.00 - bring and share supper - raffle. For more information please telephone Marilyn Broom 01404 47200 or Zena Roberts 01884 253546 - or visit website
Regular events 2nd Saturday
SONG - Open night Shammick Acoustic -

No featured artist this time, so lots of opportunity for everyone else to perform if they want to do so.

Everyone is made welcome, whether or not they perform – audience are just as important!  It’s a friendly, fun environment for all styles and genres, and although everyone is encouraged to sing, say or play, no-one will be pushed to do so unless they want to. 

Sunday 10 June

DANCE - D'Accord's French Music and Dance - Boat Trip - 11.00am - 2.00pm- Exmouth Marina Quay. £12.00 - Please bring your own picnic - drinks must be purchased on board. Tickets on sale at A'Accord club nights - March, April and May.

Sailing from Exmouth Marina EX8 1DS. Boarding at 10.30am. Musicians, dancers and non-dancers welcome. For more information email

Regular events 2nd Sunday
SONG - Folk on the Moor - O'Tooley and Tidow - £10.00 - Book by email
Describing their songwriting as "exceptional", the national press labelled Belinda O'Hooley and Heidi Tidow as "England's answer to the McGarrigles". They are among this year's BBC Folk Award nominees for "Best Duo" and their fine harmony singing is beautifully accompanied by Belinda on piano. After a 5 year absence from the Club, they return with songs that are "defiant, robust, northern, poetical, political".
Monday 11 June
Tuesday 12 June
Human Cargo - Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, Exeter EX4 3LS - 8.00pm - £14.00(£12.00) -Box Office - telephone 01392 667080. For more information and tickets go to website

Human Cargo is an epic night of story and song, featuring two masters of the craft. Storyteller and singer Matthew Crampton’s recent show The Transports won Five Stars from The Guardian. Now he returns with a new adaptation of his acclaimed book Human Cargo: Stories & Songs of Emigration, Slavery and Transportation.

An inspired collaboration unites Matthew with American traditional music legend Jeff Warner. Together, they cast fresh light on human migration, giving voice to those actually aboard the slave ships and emigrant boats and, crucially, framing today’s heated issue with history and humanity. Each performance also features stories researched locally, as part of the Parallel Lives project, plus partnership with local refugee and migrant support groups.

Expect a rich and entertaining evening.

Regular events 2nd Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
Wednesday 13 June
Regular events 2nd Wednesday
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Friendly Folk - Mary Marker
DANCE - Over Stratton Folk Dance Club (South Somerset)
Thursday 14 June
Regular events 2nd Thursday
DANCE - Crewkerne Folk Dance Club (Somerset)
DANCE - Newton Poppleford American Square Dance Basic and Mainstream levels
SONG - Totnes Folk Song Club - For the last thirty minutes or so The Whalers sing Sid Kipper songs
Friday 15 June
6 Hands: John Williams, John Etheridge & Gary Ryan, Guitars - The Beehive Arts Centre, Dowell Street, Honiton, EX14 1LZ - 7.30pm - Tickets £25.00 seated. For more information and tickets telephone 01404 384050 or go to website
After many years of playing together John Williams and John Etheridge are joined by classical guitarist and composer Gary Ryan in a wonderful, varied programme of solos, duos and trios. All pieces will be introduced by the players.
Legendary classical guitar maestro John Williams, whose repertoire ranges from the standard Baroque and Spanish classics to more innovative contemporary works has appeared regularly on radio and television - and his music is familiar to many film-goers, most notably The Deerhunter (Cavatina). He has collaborated with many outstanding musicians, including Julian Bream, Itzhak Perlman, Andre Previn, Cleo Laine and John Dankworth. The complete collection of his 58 CD’s (and one DVD) for Sony/CBS was issued in 2016. In 2007 he was presented with an Edison lifetime achievement award. 'John Williams is the undisputed king of the classical guitar' (The Times).
One of the world's most respected guitarists, John Etheridge's music spans a myriad of styles and influences. The guitarist for the celebrated jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli, Etheridge has performed as one half of a duo with the eminent classical guitarist, John Williams and has also performed with Soft Machine, Pat Metheny, Andy Summers and Nigel Kennedy. 'I never wanted to be a star, just a highly respected musician like John Etheridge' (Sting in The Guardian).

Gary Ryan is one of the world’s leading exponents of the guitar and has performed to international critical acclaim for over twenty years, winning praise for his formidable technique, outstanding musicianship and entertainingly diverse programmes. In 2013 he became the first guitarist since John Williams in 1983 to be awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Music in recognition of his contribution to the instrument, and only the fourth guitarist ever to receive this honour - other recipients being Andrés Segovia and Julian Bream. £25.00.

Irish Set Dancing in Exeter
Consisting of jigs, slides, polkas and reels Irish set dancing is a fun, vibrant and fresh style of dancing. With four couples in a set of eight dancers it is lively, energetic, and great fun.

Each set is made up of a number of figures, usually between 3 – 6 figures for each set and will take anywhere from 5 minutes to 20 minutes to complete a full set.

Irish set dancing has been running in Newton Abbot for many years and now this popular, social dance will be happening in Exeter on a regular basis at St Thomas Church Hall, Church Road, Exeter EX4 1AP. No experience or partner required, all dances will be taught and called throughout.

Friday evenings: May 18th, June 15th, July 20th - 7.45pm to 10.00pm. £5.00 on the door 

For further information, contact John on 07903 125606 or email  

Saturday 16 June

Rotary Club of Paignton - Annual Barn Dance - The Stargazy Pie - caller Hugh Edwards - Churston Grammar School Hall, Greenway Road, Galmpton, Brixham TQ5 0LN - doors 7.00pm - dancing from 7.30pm - 10.30pm - Tickets £12.00 per person available from Derek Brown telephone 01803 845196. Ample parking - wine, bear, cider and soft drinks bar. Hot pasties and salad included in ticket. Pastieies supplied by Hallett's Bakery.

In aid of Rowcroft Hospice and other Rotary Charities.

Rachael McShane and The Cartographers - Calstock Arts, The Old Chapel, Sand Lane, Calstock PL18 9QX - Doors and bar 7.00pm - start 8.00pm - Tickets £12.00 advance, £13.00 door, £1 reduction for Friends of Calstock Arts, £8.00 under 21's. Go to website for more information and tickets or telephone 01726 879500. Tickets also available from Limekiln Gallery, Calstock. Opening times 11.00am to 5.00pm Tuesday to Saturday.

An original member of folk big band Bellowhead, singer, cellist, fiddle and viola player Rachael McShane toured internationally with them as well as winning eight BBC Folk Awards in their twelve years together. Rachael has gone on to appear in the musical theatre production The Transports alongside The Young’uns, Faustus, Nancy Kerr, Greg Russell and Matthew Crampton. Rachael’s new set of traditional songs is performed with her brand new band, featuring guitarist Matthew Ord (Assembly Lane) and melodeon player Julian Sutton (Kathryn Tickell, Sting). ‘You’re in the presence of something very special…what a voice’. Sid Smith, BBC Music.
Sunday 17 June
Regular events 3rd Sunday
Monday 18 June
Artizan Acoustic Night/Open Mic/Greg Hancock - Artizan Gallery, Lucius Street, Torquay TQ2 5UW - 7.30pm
Tuesday 19 June
Regular events 3rd Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
SONG - Bradninch Folk Club
The Bradninch Folk Club Guest Night is in the function room of the Castle Hotel, doors open at 7.45pm start at 8.00pm. Entry £5.00
Wednesday 20 June
Regular events 3rd Wednesday
DANCE - Halsway Folk Dance Club - Petronella - Club Callers - Bicknoller Village Hall
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Jigs for Gigs - Simon Maplesden
OPEN MIC - Blues Night at the Oystercatcher’s  Cafe
Thursday 21 June
Red Rocks Story Open Mic - Upstairs at the Anchor, Old Fore Street, Sidmouth EX10 8LP - 7.30pm
Come tell or read aloud your own work. Slots are 8 mins (about 1600-ish words.) Storytellers arrive at 7.00pm, first come, first tell. £3.00, £2.00 storytellers. Telephone 07834 194215 or email.
Friday 22 June

Cosgrave & Banks – Sampford Courtenay Village Hall, Chapple Lane, Sampford Courtenay EX20 2SY - 7.30pm (Doors 7.00pm). Tickets £8.00 from Marilyn Weeks telephone 01837 851269, Deborah Taylor-Morris telephone 01837 82743, Terry Bullworthy telephone 01837 89168. Or on the door. Details on website
Mike Cosgrave (Sin é, Jackie Leven, Jackie Oates) and Steve Banks (Maddy Prior & the Carnival Band, Blue Jewel) have built a reputation for top quality musicianship and entertainment. “An eclectic mix of material, underpinned by top quality musicianship; a varied and highly entertaining programme” – Folk On The Moor Folk Club. “A sublime concert, complete with quirky intros; a sumptuous musical journey far and wide across the UK and Europe.” – Cheriton Fitzpaine Village Hall. "Superb playing and singing, all with a great sense of style and fun"  – Tom McConville. 

20th Teignmouth Folk Festival
Megson - The Flavel, Flavel Place, Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 9ND - Tickets £18.00 and £5.00 under 18s. Box Office telephone 01803 839530 or book online at website
Megson’s husband and wife duo Stu and Debs Hanna have carved out a formidable reputation on the folk circuit. Drawing heavily on their Teeside heritage they have created a unique brand of folk music. They are 3 times nominees at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
Regular events 4th Friday
DANCE - Newton Poppleford American Square Dance Plus level
SONG - Exeter Folk and Acoustic Music Club - next week this month
Saturday 23 June
20th Teignmouth Folk Festival
DANCE - D'Accord's French Music and Dance
Regular events 4th Saturday

SONG - Shammick Acoustic - The Teacups
Comprising the talents of four graduates of Newcastle’s Folk and Traditional Music degree course, this a capella quartet has been singing up a storm across the UK circuit during the past few years, with acclaimed performances at Shepley, Beverley, Warwick, Sidmouth, Whitby and many other top folk festivals, as well as in Europe.  One of their number, Alex Cumming, is no stranger to Shammick Acoustic – in fact, he regards it as one of his favourite clubs – having performed here with Nicola Beazley and with James Finlay.  Now living in the US, he is a multi-talented performer and workshop leader in both countries.  Kate Locksley, concentrates on songs and singing, whether it be with The Teacups, the all-female a capella trio Wychwood, or with the folk trio Night Fall.  Rosie Calvert is another multi-talented person who teaches, composes,makes and plays instruments as well as singing, and performs with female trio Speldosa and in a duo with the other member of The Teacups, Will Finn, who she describes as ‘awesome’.  As a whole, The Teacups provide “a proper feat of English folk songs sung with intelligence, heart, and soul.”  Can’t wait!

Admission on guest nights £8.00 (£7.00 if bought in advance) ~ and members of Shammick Acoustic get a further reduction, priced at £7.00 (£6.00 if bought in advance). PLEASE NOTE: ‘paid in advance’ means paid, it doesn’t mean ‘reserved in advance’. Advance tickets can be bought up to a month before the event at Shammick Acoustic Sessions, OR at The Pack O’ Cards OR at Pet's Pantry in Combe Martin High Street. Advance tickets for non-members, can also be purchased by going to WeGotTickets

Sunday 24 June
20th Teignmouth Folk Festival
Regular events 4th Sunday
SONG - Folk on the Moor - Claude Bourbon - £10.00 Book by email
Claude Bourbon is an enigma. He is a classically trained musician, who fuses every conceivable genre of acoustic guitar music into a master-class of a stage performance. Known throughout Europe and America for amazing performances that take Delta blues, Latin, Spanish, and Middle Eastern stylings into uncharted territories within one seamless stream of perfection, Claude is a real treat for music-lovers. 
Monday 25 June
Tuesday 26 June
Regular events 4th Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
Wednesday 27 June
Regular events 4th Wednesday
DANCE - Over Stratton Folk Dance Club (South Somerset)
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Chris Toyne - Ray Goodswen
SONG - Culm Valley Music and Performance Club
Thursday 28 June

Goat Roper Rodeo Band - Otterton Mill, Otterton, nr Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 7HG - 8.00pm Tickets £17.50 - including a glass of Mill Punch (price covers the music only) Visit website

Hold onto your hats this will be something completely different, a personal choice of Chris,’s these three lads are preaching Country Blues like you’ve not heard before. Other fans include Bob Harris who describes the trio as “ Amazing”,  so be sure to head on down for this one.

To book, telephone 01395 568521 or visit the craft shop in the mill building - website

The concerts take place in the Mill’s outside courtyard, and music-goers can enjoy great menus of seasonal food between 6 to 7.30pm. Music starts at 8pm. (Note: ticket prices shown cover music only).

Regular events 4th Thursday
DANCE - Willand Folk Dance Club - Jane Thomas - Ian and Nick
DANCE - Crewkerne Folk Dance Club (Somerset)
DANCE - Newton Poppleford American Square Dance Basic and Mainstream levels
SONG - Bideford Folk Song Club
SONG - Teignmouth Folk Club
Friday 29 June
Saturday 30 June
Wildwood Kin - Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, Exeter EX4 3LS - 7.30pm - £10.00 - Standing - Box Office - telephone 01392 667080. For more information and tickets go to website

Wildwood Kin’s extraordinary Top 40 album Turning Tides mixes folk, hypnotic three-part harmonies, electric and acoustic instruments layered with inventive electronics and spectral atmospherics.

Inspired by the likes of Fleet Foxes, Mumford & Sons and Fleetwood Mac, the Exeter-based trio have become one of Britain’s most exciting and intriguing new bands.

Signed to Sony’s Silvertone label with three Radio 2 playlist singles under their belt and recently selling out a magical night at Exeter Cathedral, who better to support Exeter Respect celebrate their 21st anniversary?