At The Portico Gallery….join us for an unforgettable night of live music this April at our Cut a Rug acoustic music night, as we take over the Portico Gallery in West Norwood from 8pm until late.
We welcome a stunning line-up of local artists to the stage, including the stonking Americana four-piece, Cat Meat featuring ex-Sultans of Ping guitarist, Ian Olney, and Gabby Colledge, a wonderful singer-songwriter and artist from South East London.
On top of all this, The BRIT School are bringing a showcase of their absurdly talented young’uns, while the super talented alt-rock band Gigantic Station are bringing their electronic, folk and jazz influences.
Tickets are £5 when you purchase in advance from www.cutarug.org.uk or they’re £6 on the night. Drinks are available all night long and the venue is fully accessible.
With huge amounts of momentum behind the opening night, this is one not to miss. We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information go to : www.cutarug.org.uk or contact Sam Mason at Certitude on Sam.Mason@certitude.org.uk
Our lovely Cut-A-Rug: Unrugged folk nights will be ending the year with a sparkling, Christmas evening for the whole community to enjoy.
The Portico Gallery will host the Christmas Unrugged folk night on Thurs 17th December, so come join us for a wonderful and unique night of acoustic and unplugged acts from the local area, supporting amazing artists with and without disabilities.
Acts for both nights include guitarists, Motown singers, opera soloists, jazz pianists, comedians and DJs.
Friday 19th December is going to be so festive you will be inclined to dance your socks off!
Folk of the Wood return for their final Ceilidh of 2014 and we are sure if the last one was anything to go by this thing will raise the roof…
Maz O’connor plays, she’s a rising star in the folk world and has had nothing but outstanding reviews from the likes of the Guardian, Q magazine and The Independent. A big big name on the folk scene.
The Northwood Morris will be with us to perform their wondrous dancings!
There will be food by the great people down at Beamish and McGlue, mulled wine, carols and many festive surprises.
Get your tickets from FOLK OF THE WOOD website NOW! … the last one sold out weeks before the event so do buy them soon to avoid missing out on this ‘riotous’ Ceildh, we think it is the best in London, but then we are a little biased…
Ceilidh night 21st November
Our next Ceilidh put on by ‘Folk of the Woods‘ will occur on the eve of Friday 21st November.
You know the score by now, and if you don’t you should come and find out the score as the score is that it is a truly fantastic family occasion! (doe’s that all make sense?)
But yes, local food, local beer, amazing music and a guaranteed amazing night out.
Book early to avoid disappointment.
The hugely popular ‘Folk Of The Wood’ ceilidh returns on Friday 18th of July .It is this events 1st birthday party so expect lots of birthday party extras! Come and dance the night away and enjoy plenty of live music and lovely soup and cakes. To purchase tickets visit the ‘folk of the Woods’ Website.
THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE THIS FRIDAY 21ST OF MARCH …have you got your tickets? It’s going to be great, visit the Folk of the Woods web page to buy tickets.
Indeed we have some news regarding this event, the Lovely people from Riverford Organic are providing some food for the event and a box offer on the night. Pop over to their website to check out all the amazing organic things they have to offer.
And of course with “London’s finest folk dance band” -Evening Standard, the wonderful Ceilidh Tree, performing with their caller Chris to show you all the moves, you’re in for a really great evening.