Hello all Celtic Music fans out there.


Oct 6th saw the welcome return of acclaimed duo Mochara and it was plain to see why we had them back. They enthralled our audience with their virtuoso playing and gave us a superb evening of music and laughter.


On 10th Nov 2018 we are delighted to have Calan, a 5 piece revivalist traditional Welsh band. They formed in early 2006 when it's members were only 13 to 22 years of age and created great excitement at the Inter Celtic Festival.


On 27th April 2019 we will see the return of Flook, who have re-formed,.due to huge popular demand. We're understandably really excited about this one. Tickets are not yet available for sale, but in the meantime, you can read about them and have a listen to their fabulous music.


Celticfolk are really looking forward to hosting all these bands.


Please note - unfortunately we are no longer able to hold unpaid tickets on the door so in order to avoid disappointment please pay for tickets when booking, via BACs transfer or cheque - we can then reserve your tickets for you to collect on the night.




CALAN

8:00pm Saturday 10th November 2018

 


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Calan bring together the remarkable talents of 5 young musicians giving a fresh and vibrant sound to traditional Welsh music. With a contemporary and lively approach they breathe new life into the old traditions through their sparkling melodies, foot tapping tunes and spirited and energetic performances of Welsh step dancing.

Bethan Rhiannon sings in both English and Welsh and is also winner of the national clog dance competition in Wales


Patrick Rimes plays a multitude of musical instruments including the Welsh fiddle and the Welsh bagpipes


Angharad Jenkins plays fiddle and is the daughter of a famous Welsh poet Nigel Jenkins and whose mother is Delyth Jenkins is a famous harp player.


Sam Humphreys comes from an altogether different background originally playing rock and electronic music in night clubs before discovering a magic mix of folk and modern styles.


Alice French studied harp at the University of Wales before being drawn into the wealth of traditional harp music Wales has to offer.




FLOOK

8:00pm Sat 27th April 2019

 


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The flutes of Brian Finnegan and Sarah Allen, the guitar of Ed Boyd and the bodhran of John Joe Kelly weave and spin traditionally rooted tunes into the breathtaking sound of the groundbreaking band Flook. This group possesses a rare blend of fiery technical brilliance, delicate ensemble interaction and a bold, adventurous musical imagination.


Flook announced that they were taking a prolonged pause from live performance at the end of 2008, but, due to overwhelming popular demand, they are now back together and playing some carefully selected concerts around Europe and further afield. Catch these rare shows while you can!