A warm welcome to our website.
I hope you find out all you want and need to know about Grayshott Folk Club here.
Grayshott is a village which lies on the borders of Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire.
Grayshott Folk Club started up in January 2011 and our spiritual home and the venue we use most often is:
Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, GRAYSHOTT, Nr. HINDHEAD, Surrey GU26 6TZ
We also use other venues nearby for our events, including; Grayshott Social Club,
St. Alban's Church, Hindhead and Haslemere Educational Museum.
The main aim of Grayshott Folk Club is to offer quality live music at affordable prices.
There are no membership, subscription or joining fees.
Everyone is welcome to all of our gigs.
More information is available at:
We strive to encourage and showcase young, local and emerging talent, whilst offering the very best in Folk, Roots and Acoustic Music from all around the UK and abroad.
We have a fully licensed bar that stocks bottled beers from Langham's and
Hog's Back, our favourite local breweries.
We also serve a range of other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
If you are unable to get to Grayshott easily to buy your tickets in person,
please call Des O'Byrne on: 01428 607096 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
to find out how you can get tickets by post or if you want to find out more about our events.
You may purchase tickets in person from:
Magical Rooms, 2 Headley Road GRAYSHOTT,
Nr Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6LE
(01428 ) 608340
Grayshott Social Club, Hill Road, GRAYSHOTT,
Nr Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6HL (01428) 604041
Haslemere Bookshop, in Haslemere High Street is also selling our tickets. Call: 01428 652952
Thursday 15th January 2015 @ 7.30pm:
At: Grayshott Social Club, Hill Road,
GRAYSHOTT, Nr. Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6HL
From the West Coast of Canada:
Fish & Bird (www.fishandbird.ca)
Fish and Bird are an alternative Folk-Country five piece who will be touring the UK for the first time to promote their 4th album"Something In The Ether ". This album has been creating great excitement and getting excellent revues all over the place, including one from Rob Fearnley of FATEA magazine who described it as:
"a folk/alternative crossover record of rare quality-
a solidly brilliant album"
Fish and Bird have been described as a:
"genuinely exciting band who stand head and shoulders above the pack and are likely to continue to set the benchmark for modern folk, for years to come"
Be sure to catch them this time around at our most intimate venue because Fish & Bird are going places and they may not pass our way again.
Support: Joe Boon & Bryony + Helena Laws
One of our aims has always been to promote and encourage local, young musical talent so we are delighted to welcome back Grayshott's very own Joe Boon who is a gifted singer, pianist and guitarist. We last saw Joe when he supported The Old Dance School and this time he will be appearing with friend Bryony, who has a wonderful singing voice.
We are also pleased to introduce Helena Laws to our audience. Helena is another Grayshott resident and she will play guitar and sing for us.
Tickets: Adults £12/Children Under 16 £6
Call Des O'Byrne on: 01428 607096
------------------------------------------------------------Thursday 22nd January 2015 @ 7.30pm
At: St. John's Church, St. John's Road, FARNCOMBE, Nr. Godalming, Surrey GU7 3EJ
A product of the late 60s and early 70s Canterbury Prog. Rock scene, Caravan are sounding better than ever and we are delighted to welcome the band for a very rare live performance. Grayshott Village Hall was unavailable, so we have decided to go a little further afield and have enlisted the help of Julian Lewry at Farncombe Music Club, in a joint venture. We've waited a long time for this and didn't want to miss the chance of seeing a live performance from the band who brought us such gems as: "The Land Of Grey and Pink", "For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night" and "Cunning Stunts".
They'll also be playing tracks from their 2014, crowd-funded album "Paradise Filter". These guys rarely play live gigs so this will be a historical night in many ways.
Don't miss it!
Advance tickets £16. £19 on the door
Call Des O'Byrne on 01428 607096
Saturday 31st January 2015
At; Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, GRAYSHOTT, Nr. Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6TZ
Martin Turner Plays The Music of Wishbone Ash:
The Warriors Return to Grayshott Village Hall for a repeat of last year's sell out, barn-storming gig.
Close your eyes and you'll instantly be transported back to your bedroom in the 1970s and be listening to Rock gems such as "Blowing Free", "Throw Down The Sword" and "Sometime World" all played in that inimitable Wishbone Ash style. Bliss......
Tickets are all priced at £15 each and are selling fast.
Call Des O'Byrne on 01428 607096
---------------------------------------------Past gigs: 2014
The Bully Wee Band,
Martin Turner's Wishbone Ash,
The Sam Carter Trio with special guest Sam Sweeney,
Joe Topping and the Vagrant Kings,
Jed Grimes, CrossHarbour, The Outside Track,
The Kennedys with Edwina Hayes,
Maz O'Connor with Hazel Askew,
Cathryn Craig & Brian Willoughby
Ken Nicol & Becky Mills
The Lucy Ward Band
Hannah Sanders & Liz Simmons
The House Devils
Past gigs: 2013
Pilgrims' Way,The Churchfitters,The Old Dance School,
Acoustic Strawbs, The Outside Track, The Little Unsaid,
Katriona Gilmore & Jamie Roberts, Jamie Smith's Mabon, Cara Luft
Hatful of Rain, Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker,
The Gavin Davenport Band, Ewan McLennan, Tyde, Magpie Lane
Past gigs: 2012
THE BULLY WEE BAND
KEVIN DEMPSEY & ROSIE CARSON
Bastille Day "Bash" with traditional French Music, Song & Dance
CRAIG & WILLOUGHBY
ASHLEY HUTCHINGS & BLAIR DUNLOP
BENNY GALLAGHER (with BOB WOOD)
BLAST FROM THE PAST- A Victorian Christmas
Past gigs: 2011
MARY JANE, SUNTRAP, BLACKTHORN, MOORE, MOSS, RUTTER,
ACOUSTIC STRAWBS, TATTIE JAM,
RACHEL & LILLIAS (FROM THE SHEE), THE acoustic GATHERING,
CROWNSTREET, SIMON MAYOR & HILARY JAMES
If you are a performer and would like to play for us or you just want more information about
Grayshott Folk Club
Des O'Byrne on 01428 607096
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