Article, Foggy Furze Folk Club, Friday, 23 October 2015
Did you enjoy it then, the First Hartlepool Folk Festival? The second will be the last weekend in October 2016 and there is a special offer price for one week from Sunday, 18 October 2015. Please get in touch with the organisers for full details.
To continue getting your folkie fix, by all means get yourself along tonight to the Duke of Cleveland in Church Walk for the Headland Folk Club’s regular meeting, hosted by Paul O’Neill.
Also, every week, there’s a meeting in the Nursery Inn, Hopps Street, Hartlepool of the Pools Folk and Acoustic Music Club where Yorkie will host the evening.
And at the Foggy Furze Folk Club, held in the Causeway in Stranton, Hartlepool, each week which is run by Kay De ‘Ath, you can come along and join in the fun. It’s only £1 on a singaround night or £2 for a guest night. Visitors are always welcomed and invited(but not obliged, of course) to join in.
You can re-read the article at www.foggyfurzefolk.com or get in touch with me on email@example.com. Each sessions of the FFFC begins at 8.00 pm till 11.00 so whether you simply wish to listen or join in, you’re welcome.
Article, Foggy Furze Folk Club, Friday, 9 October 2015
Tonight you can get ready for the folk festival by joining in at the Headland Folk Club over in the Duke of Cleveland, Church Walk on the headland.
Then continue the build up by going to the Nursery Inn in Hopps Street, Hartlepool, to visit with the Pools Folk and Acoustic Music Club on Monday, 12 October 2015.
And the last scheduled local session prior to the festival is over at the Causeway Inn in Stranton, Hartlepool, when the Foggy Furze Folk Club will have their regular weekly session on Tuesday, 13 October 2015.
The festival begins on Friday, 16 October 2015 in St Hilda’s Church at 6.00 pm and there are other events in St Mary’s and the Duke Of Cleveland on the official programme that evening. The fringe begins at 9.00 pm in the Pot House (The Harbour of Refuge for those who are from outside the area) with a big shanty sing. For all details on the programme please check it out on www.hartlepoolfolkfest.co.uk.
Unfortunately, the festival will be over by the time I write for you again but you can get a regular folkie fix (cos you’ll need one after the splurge of the festival) by visiting your three local clubs, as outlined above, and be welcomed back into the fold every other Friday in the case of the Headland Folk Club but weekly in the case of both the Pools Folk and Acoustic Music Club and the Foggy Furze Folk Club. There you can re-live your enjoyment of the festival and move forward into the folk fraternity with new found instrumental skills or wish to perform.
The FFFC meets at the Causeway Inn, Stranton, Hartlepool each Tuesday, beginning at 8.00 pm, where it’s £1 for a singaround or £2 on a guest night. You can catch up on what’s happening by going to www.foggyfurzefolk.com or chat to me by leaving a message on firstname.lastname@example.org. You’re always welcome at any of the clubs so get yourself along there.