End of year article

Article, Foggy Furze Folk Club, Friday, 27 December 2013

 

So what’s happening in the folk world this next couple of weeks in Hartlepool?

Over at the Foggy Furze Folk Club we’re having a couple of weeks off as our regular spot falls on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.  We’re next open on Tuesday, 7 January 2014 and look forward to greeting you up at the Athanaeum Club, Church Street, Hartlepool starting 8.00 pm.  So get yourself along and bring the new instruments Santa left you and all the new tunes you’ve been practising.

At the Nursery Inn, Hopps Street, Hartlepool, the Pools Folk and Acoustic Club are open to welcome one and all each Monday evening.

And over at the Headland the Headland Folk Club is open to visitors every other week at the Harbour of Refuge (more generally known locally1 as the Pot House) and their next slot is Friday 10 January 2014, when Barrie Archer will be ready to welcome you to another evening.

Lots going on, plenty of opportunities to stretch your lungs.  Remember it’s only £1 charge entry on a singaround night, or £2 for a guest night.  You can keep up with what’s happening or get in touch on www.foggyfurzefolk.com or get in touch on kay.death@yahoo.co.uk .  You’ll be welcome.

 

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Article, Foggy Furze Folk Club, Friday, 13 December 2013

All sorts happening around the town leading up to Christmas.

Over at the Foggy Furze Folk Club, which meets at the Athenaeum Club in Church Street, Hartlepool each Tuesday, we’ve just played host to the Mad Hatters who sang themselves hoarse to entertain us.  They will be open on Tuesday, 17th December 2013 but won’t then be open again until Tuesday, 7 January 2014.

This Friday, 13 December 2013, at the Causeway, Carol Southwell will be waiting to greet you for her regular fortnightly session of folk and next Friday, 20 December 2013, Barrie Archer will be carrying out the same role for the Headland Folk Club held in the Pot House.  Get yourselves along and join in some Christmas songs.

And over at the Nursery, the Pools Folk and Acoustic Club meet every Monday from 8.00 pm for those inclined to folk about a bit.

Their Christmas party is to be held on 23 December 2013 when the band playing will be the Mad Hatters.  They seem quite popular.  Tickets may be purchased from Ian, the landlord of the Nursery, Hopps Street, Hartlepool.

So there are plenty of opportunities to stretch your lungs.  Remember it’s only charge £1 entry on a singaround night, or £2 for a guest night at the FFFC.  You can keep up with what’s happening or get in touch on www.foggyfurzefolk.com or get in touch on kay.death@yahoo.co.uk .  You’ll be welcome.

 

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Article, Foggy Furze Folk Club, Friday 29 November 2013

Are you ready for the explosion of sound which is going to be the Christmas celebrations at the various folk clubs around the town?

There’s the Foggy Furze Folk Club playing host to the Mad Hatters on Tuesday, 10 December 2013, tickets £2 for regulars, £3 otherwise, with a buffet included in the price.

The Young ‘Uns are back in town and playing for your delectation and delight at The Town Hall on 21 December 2013. Tickets are £7 and available from the box office on 890000.

The Pools Folk and Acoustic Club are having regular sessions all over Christmas and New Year on a Monday evening at the Nursery Inn, Hopps Street, Hartlepool.

Don’t forget tonight you are welcome to join Carol Southwell over at the Causeway for a bit of folking around.

Then next Friday, Barrie Archer will be over at the Pot House for the Headland Folk Club Friday, 6 December 2013.

Keep an eye out over the next fortnight so that you’re informed on what’s happening where and when. Some of the clubs will close over the Christmas break so we’ll try and get that information together for you.

Over at the FFFC, it’s only £1 entry on a singaround night, or £2 for a guest night. You can keep up with what’s happening or get in touch on www.foggyfurzefolk.com or get in touch on kay.death@yahoo.co.uk . You’ll be welcome.