Our first of two gigs at Folk Weekend Oxford. A chance to meet the band in the intimate setting of St Columba's Church.
Our main gig at Folk Weekend Oxford.
Yup we've been booked to play Glastonbury Festival in the Green Futures Field. Not sure which day yet, most probably the wednesday or the thursday. Cool. Very.
We get to support the amazing Three Cane Whale in the wonderful venue of St George's Bristol - how chuffed are we?
This is one of our favourite gig venues! Lovely intimate space, great attentive audience, top support acts. Very excited to be playing back at the Fabulous Furry Folk Night!
We're long time Spiro fans so delighted to be supporting them. Tickets available from:
Delighted to announce we've been booked for this festival - been an ambition of ours to play there. More details when we get them.
A major new folk festival for the Augut Bank Holiday - details, venue and line up yet to be announced, but we've been booked for the sunday. More info when we get it!
Two shows, one in the afternoon, one in the evening. Perfick.
Playing at Feeman College in Sheffield with support from the excellent, wild and psychedelic Sieben - who builds up cranky loops using violin, voice and chin-stubble.
We're very excited about this one - a good, old-fashioned all-dayer, featuring:
Mary Hampton & Cotillion
Rapunzel & Sedayne
Pamela Wyn Shannon
Algernon and the Hawk
and 'odd happenings' promised. Unmissable!
Moseley Folk Festival's little brother!
Folk Weekend Oxford is the phoenix-like rebirth of what used to be the Oxford Folk Festival.
Wod will also be playing on Sunday 22nd April:
11-11.45am in the Ashmolean Museum
The wonderful fRoots magazine are putting us on at the Greennote Cafe in Camden - details nearer the time but get it in your diaries!
Note this is a Wod gig - supporting Green Angles as they launch their long anticipated album - a night of French and Breton dance.
Duotone launch their new album, Telling the Bees in support.
Advance tickets available from Bridport Tourist Informatin Centre 01308 424901.
Duotone launch their new album with support from Wod, Alan Buckley, Nomi McLeod, Jane Griffiths and Colin Fletcher.
Please note, this is NOT a Telling the Bees gig.