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Centre, Edinburgh Fringe (22nd); Darlington Folk Club, Durham (6th September); Bradford Arms Folk Club, Ivetsey Bank, Staffordshire (7th); Biddulph Up In Arms, Staffordshire (12th); Bromsgrove Folk Club (13th); The Greystones, Sheffield (15th); Music At The Mo, Sheringham (28th).

Martin Simpson plays at

Towersey Festival (25th Aug); Aylsham Festival Of Dance, Music And Song, Norwich (8th Sept); Blaxhall Village Hall (14th); The Neeld Arts Centre, Chippenham (15th); Gala Theatre & Cinema, Durham (21st); The Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough (22nd); The Goose Is Out!, London (28th); The Lowry, Salford (29th); The Hive, Shrewsbury (30th).

Jim Causley has summer dates at Sidmouth FolkWeek (5th Aug); Broadstairs Folk Week (15th); Whitby Folk Week (23rd); Bridport Arts Centre (8th Sept); Campfire Club, London (15th); Downend Folk Club, Bristol (21st).

Fara have summer dates at

Torphichen Folk’n’Ale Festival, West Lothian (18th Aug); Nettlebed Folk Club, Henley-on- Thames (3rd Sept); Slaughtered Lamb, London (4th and 5th); Liverpool Philharmonic (6th); Ram Folk Club, Surrey (7th); Bromyard Folk Festival (8th and 9th); Oran Mor, Glasgow (12th); Céol Cholasa, Colonsay (14th and 15th); Soundhouse, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh (17th); West Kilbride Village Hall (21st).

Nancy Kerr plays at Rhos-Y- Gilwen Mansion, Cardigan (1st July); Cecil Sharp House, London (12th Sept); Whitchurch Folk Club, Gill Nethercott Centre (15th); The Old Cinema Launderette, Durham (20th); Burton Folk Club (21st).

Rory McLeod has summer dates at Strummercamp, nr Prestwich (20th July); Rebellion Fest, Blackpool (2nd – 4th Aug); Hawick Music Festival (5th); Bath Folk Festival (18th); Barnton Inn, nr Glastonbury (31st); Bristol Folk House (1st Sept); Stroud Spoken Word Club (7th); Old Road Tavern, Chippenham (8th); Walthamstow Folk Club (9th).

John Kirkpatrick plays at

Farm Fest, West Hyde (1st July); Ely Folk Festival (15th); Irvine Folk Club (18th); Chesham Folk Club (23rd); Sidmouth FolkWeek (6th Aug); Ripon Museum (1st Sept);

Three Cane Whale

The Trooper Inn, Sturminster Newton (14th); Dunton Folk (15th); Brick Kiln Garden Centre, Chichester (25th); The Ropewalk, Barton-Upon-Humber (29th) and with Martin Carthy at Sidmouth FolkWeek (8th Aug); Barn At Baston (27th); Wiltshire Music Centre (28th).

Martin Carthy plays solo at Ammanford Miners’ Theatre (3rd July); Kalamazoo Club, London (13th); Lewes Saturday Folk Club (14th); Hoy At Anchor, Westcliff- On-Sea (17th); Sidmouth FolkWeek (8th Aug); Moseley Folk Festival (2nd Sept); Bermondsey Folk Festival (8th); Wurzel Bush Folk Club (11th); Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham (12th); Chiddingly

Arts Festival (21st); Llŷn Acoustic Guitar Festival, Pwllheli (29th).

Alasdair Roberts plays solo at Lau-Land, Edinburgh (18th Aug); Campfire Club, London (14th Sept); Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol (16th); and with Amble Skuse & David McGuinness at Open Norwich (30th).

Eli West plays at Southern Fried Festival, Perth (27th July); Quay Arts Centre, Newport (Isle Of Wight) (29th); St Mary’s Music Hall, London (2nd Aug); Valley Fest, Bristol (3rd); Sidmouth Folkweek (4th).

Ewan McLennan plays at

Timber Festival, Swadlincote (8th July); Campfire Club, London (13th); Irvine Folk Club (12th Sept); The Glad Café, Glasgow (13th); The Corstorphine Heritage Centre Edinburgh (14th); The Sprint Mill, Kendal (15th); Norwich Folk Club 21st); Brighton Toy And Model Museum (22nd); Walthamstow Folk, London (23rd); Colchester Folk Club (24th).

Jimmy Aldridge & Sid

Goldsmith appear at Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses, London (8th July); Fieldview Festival, Chippenham (3rd Aug); Kings Place, London (6th Sept); Brighton Toy And Model Museum (7th); Hyde Tavern, Winchester (8th); Chapel Arts Centre, Bath (9th); Prince Albert, Stroud (13th); Sheep Dip House Concerts, Rugby (14th); The Talbot Theatre, Whitchurch (15th); Live At All Hallows, Leeds (16th); The Glad Cafe, Glasgow (18th); House Concert, Edinburgh (19th); The Storey, Lancaster (20th); Chaffcombe Village Hall (22nd); The Plough @ St Anne’s,

Barnstaple (23rd); Wingfield Barns (28th); The Stables, Wavendon (29th); Folk House, Bristol (30th).

John Doyle has UK dates at

The Tin Hut Sessions, Gartly (4th July); HM Frigate Unicorn (5th); Stonehaven Folk Festival (6th); Sidmouth FolkWeek (8th); Broadstairs Folk Week (10th).

Three Cane Whale bring

their At The Pictures project (in which they perform live to short films) to The Tea Room, Chapel Cross (29th June); Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol (3rd July); The David Hall, South Petherton (6th); Sladers Yard, West Bay, Dorset (13th); The Pound, Corsham (14th); Ashburton Arts, Devon (15th). They’re also at Priddy Folk Festival on 7th July.

She’Koyokh have summer dates at Day-Mer Festival, Clissold Park, London (1st July); Cambridge Summer Music Festival (11th); Petworth Festival, West Sussex (26th); Cubitt Sessions, Kings Cross (4th August); Festival of Jim, East Sussex (1st September); Campfire Club, East London (7th).

Trad.Attack! have a

September UK tour with dates at The David Hall, Somerset (22nd); Looe Music Festival (23rd); Inchyra Arts Club, Perth (25th); Eastgate Arts Centre, Peebles (26th); Victoria Hall, Settle (27th); Slaughtered Lamb, London (28th); Pound Arts, Wiltshire (29th).

Dead Rat Orchestra join forces with Poland’s Sutari in July for a joint headline tour in former centres of Polish immigration, coming to Colchester Arts Centre (10th); Norwich Arts Centre (11th); Nest Collective, London (12th); The Maze, Nottingham (13th); The New Adelphi, Hull (14th); Leeds Polish Centre (15th); Holywell Music Rooms, Oxford (16th).

Grace Petrie can be found at Priddy Folk Festival, Somerset (6th July); Folk At the Hall, Trelawnyd (7th); Latitude Festival, Suffolk (15th); Underneath The Stars Festival, Barnsley (20th); Music On The Marr, Cumbria (22nd); Cambridge Folk Festival (2nd August); Bradgate Park Folk Festival, Leicestershire (19th); Greenbelt Festival, Northamptonshire (27th).

Boise, Idaho stompers

Hillfolk Noir return to the UK for appearances at The Atkinson Theatre, Southport (4th July); Blue

Hillfolk Noir

Sky Café, Bangor (5th); Green Note, London (6th); Maverick Americana Festival, Suffolk (7th and 8th); The Big Tipi, Lligwy Beach, Anglesey (10th); The Meadow, St Davids (11th); Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival (13th); Blue Lamp, Aberdeen (14th); Harbour Arts centre, Irvine (15th); Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan (17th); Lowdham Village Hall, Nottingham (18th); The George Hotel, South Molton, Devon (19th); Square & Compass, Worth Matravers (20th) and Caryford Hall, Castle Cary (21st).

Ninebarrow appear at St

Andrew’s Church, Rugby (5th July); Roots Music Club, Doncaster (6th); Folk At The Hall, Trelawnyd (7th); St Hywyn’s Church, Gwynedd (8th); West Coker Village Hall, Somerset (20th); St Andrew’s Church, Colyton (21st); Turweston Church, Brackley (27th); Rhydycroesau Village Hall, Oswestry (28th); Springhead Gardens, Shaftesbury (12th August); Purbeck Valley Folk Fest (18th); Cornwall Folk Festival (25th); Lyme Folk Weekend, Lyme Regis (31st).

Sam Carter has dates at Evesham Arts Centre (26th July); Sidmouth Folk Week (9th August); The Davy Lamp Folk Club, Tyne and Wear (1st September); Hitchin Folk Club, Herts (9th); Arlington Arts Centre, Newbury (15th); Priston Festival, nr Bath (16th); Bridgwater Arts Centre (20th); Bristol Folk House (23rd); Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham (24th); West End Centre, Aldershot, Hampshire (27th).

Kitty Macfarlane will be at The Ram Club, Thames Ditton (6th July); Dartford Folk Club, Essex (10th); Head Out Not Home, Norwich (12th); Headstone Manor Museum (14th); Bath Komedia (20th); Fontwell Folk Festival, West Sussex (21st); The Blue Ball, Somerset (22nd); Warwick Folk Festival (28th – 29th); Sidmouth FolkWeek (10th August); London Folk Festival, Camden (1st September); Redbourn Folk Club, St Albans (6th); Priston Festival, nr Bath (16th); Looe Music Festival (22nd).

Harri Endersby has dates at Folk At The Hall, Trelawnyd (7th July); Big Comfy Bookshop, Coventry (13th); Orpington Liberal Club, Bromley (14th); Folk By The Oak (15th); Belmont House

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