kays Article and news around 12 Feb 2016

Article, Foggy Furze Folk Club, Friday, 12 February 2016

Well, there’s an update on Hartlepool Folk Festival’s facebook page which will let you see something of their planned venues for this year’s festival in mid-October.  All very exciting and giving us something to look forward to at the end of the festival season and there are still about six weeks before it even starts.  Don’t forget to support your local folkies – most of them are rickety, one way or another!

Over at the headland this evening, you can give full voice if you wish at the Duke of Cleveland in Church Walk on the headland.  Paul O’Neill will be there to gather you all in and conduct the proceedings.  Get yourself there from 8.00 till late.

On Monday each week you’re welcomed with open arms at the Nursery Inn in Hopps Street, Hartlepool by mien hosts, Ian and Debbie and club organiser for the Pools Folk and Acoustic Music Club, Yorkie Gibson, We have some cracking evenings in there, you need to get yourselves along.

And each Tuesday, you’re welcome to come along to the Causeway in in Stranton, Hartlepool to join the Foggy Furze Folk Club in their regular session of varied folk.You’re welcome in any of the clubs, whether it’s just to listen or play or sing.  At the Foggy Furze Folk Club, it’s £1 per evening for a singaround and £2 for a guest night.  You can contact me on kay@foggyfurzefolk.com or read this article again on www.foggyfurzefolk.com.  We start at 8.00 pm each Tuesday and look forward to seeing you.

Kays article 29/01/2016

Article, Foggy Furze Folk Club, Friday, 29 January 2016

Have you been inspired by watching Steve Knightley this Wednesday?  We have several arenas in which you can experience more of the same in your home town.Over at the Duke of Cleveland in Church Walk on the Headland this evening from 8.00 pm, there is the regular, fortnightly meeting of the Headland Folk Club, hosted by Paul O’Neill.

Pools Folk and Acoustic Music Club meets up at the Nursery Inn, Hopps Street, Hartlepool each Monday and is a venue for listening and playing folk, acoustic, Americana, blues, just about anything you want to air.  Your host on Mondays is Yorkie Gibson.

At the Causeway in Stranton, Hartlepool, the Foggy Furze Folk Club gathers each Tuesday, run by your writer, Kay De ‘Ath.  The FFFC begin about 8.00 pm.  Our regulars often air their own songs or contribute covers from many different types of folk and regularly sing chorus songs which let everyone join in.  It creates a warm, jovial atmosphere to which you’re invited.            At the Foggy Furze Folk Club, it’s £1 per evening for a singaround and £2 for a guest night.  You can contact me on kay@foggyfurzefolk.com or read this article again on www.foggyfurzefolk.com. You’re welcome in any of the clubs, whether it’s just to listen or play or sing.  We look forward to seeing you there.