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The Country Chicks’ show is set on Chickville Farm and will take you on a journey through life, love and heartache.
The show is a celebration of Country hits throughout the last eight decades performed in their own unique style with four-part harmonies, earthy acoustic guitar, heartfelt fiddle, sparkly piano, bright mandolin and of course the rhythm section (drums and bass) who drive the tempo and keep the chicks in check! As well as performing a bunch of Country hits the chicks also have a few of their own songs to enhance this original experience. The show will have you up clapping, singing along, stomping and dancing! A perfect night out – so grab your cowboy/girl hat and join us at the farm!
The show includes BIG hits such as… Wagon Wheel, Man, I Feel Like a Woman, Ho Hey, Before He Cheats, Country Roads, Cowboy, Take Me Away, Need You Now, My Church, Tennessee Whiskey and Jolene to name a few!
This is a standing/dancing event with some unallocated seating
Summery 70s West Coast inspired folk/rock.
Fred’s House are delighted to be returning to one of their all-time favourite venues, Norden Farm!
Vix, Prue, Lachlan, Gafyn and Paul are a group of friends based in sunny Cambridge who make up the award-winning band. They have been together in some form or another for 13 years; survived relationship breakdowns within the group, emigration, line-up changes and a Global Pandemic, but they’re still here to tell the tale. Playing live is what the band thrive on and they are well known for their very lively and entertaining shows but that they also have those songs that bring a tear to the eye.
'Fred's House is a very popular band who have built up a significant following, and they were quickly bringing the house down' Maverick Magazine
They’ve performed more gigs than they care to remember, including headline tours of the UK and toured China as part of the Nanjing International Music Festival, as well as playing some big UK festival stages such as Cambridge Folk Festival, Acoustic Festival of Britain and Bestival. Their last release, Walls and Ceilings (EP) gained much praise, including from BBC Radio 2’s Baylon Leonard who said, 'they have a brand-new sound and one that I really love'.
Having just won the Break Out Award at the NMG Awards 2023, Fred’s House are working towards their 4th album with producer Jake Day of North Acre Recording Studio which will be out late 2024. It is quite a shift towards radio-friendly commercial pop in terms of style, whilst still showcasing their hooky song-writing and staple sound of summery folk-rock guitars, West Coast 4-part harmonies, violin and a driving rhythm section.
£16 (£14 conc)
A fitting tribute to all women that simply rock!
Join these powerhouse vocalists, backed by a dynamic band for two hours of hits. Featuring songs from the world's greatest female rock legends such as Heart, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, Lita Ford, Stevie Nicks, Blondie, Chrissie Hynde, Pink and Cher.
WHY? A showstopping night of entertainment that will leave you cheering for more!
Duos come and duos go - and some fine tune their art into something totally original and captivating.
For over a quarter of a century Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman’s partnership has proved personal, permanent and pivotal.
From their early days in folk supergroup Equation to the launch of their new album, this multi award-winning musical couple continue to exude timeless class with their exquisite brand of traditional and contemporary acoustic music.
2024 sees them release The Collection - 18 of their most loved songs compiled into one seamless album.
Twice voted BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Best Duo
'It’s folk music for the modern age' The Telegraph
'These guys are something very special' Acoustic Magazine
'Rightly regarded as one of the most engaging folk / acoustic duos on the circuit' Rock n’ Reel
'The couple’s intimacy and strength of passion on stage have won them many fans and an enviable reputation as ‘songwriters par excellence' fRoots
Transcendent troubadours of Gypsy Latin and Swing.
Moscow Drug Club is a curious musical place where certain elements of 1930's Berlin Cabaret, Hot Club de France, Nuevo Tango and Gypsy Campfire meet...
The five piece band combine their original material with songs by the likes of Jaques Brel, Leornard Cohen, Tom Waits and Eartha Kitt.
Moscow Drug Club provide an intoxicating and intimate musical experience.
They have played festivals including WOMAD, International Gypsy Guitar Festival, Trowbridge Pump Festival, Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival, Purbeck Folk Festival, Marlborough Jazz Festival, Birmingham Jazz Festival and Bristol International Jazz and Blues Festival. Venues include National Theatre London, Le Quecumbar London, Sundial Theatre, and Beehive Theatre.
An exciting Folk and Roots Trio who recently released their second album Petrichor.
The Lost Trades are a vocal harmony trio with a cool Laurel Canyon vibe. Three Wiltshire based singer songwriters (Jamie R Hawkins, Phil Cooper and Tamsin Quin) were brought together by a mutual love of modern folk and roots music, and joined forces in late 2019 for a three part harmony, modern folk adventure.
With a sound that is reminiscent of the California folk scene of the late 60s/early 70s, their vocal harmonies have been described as flawless, spine tingling and magical.
After a global pandemic cut short their first tour after just a single sold out gig, the band retreated to their songwriting rooms to work on their debut album, 'The Bird, The Book & The Barrel'. The album was released in June 2021 and was well received, spending 8 months in the Official UK Folk Albums Chart.
The follow up 'Petrichor' was released in March 2023 and immediately followed suit, entering the chart at #31.
A live performance involves easy interchanging of instruments, with each of the three playing guitar, bass and percussion at different points. There's always a fun intimacy to the show, with the three engaging in comfortable repartee with each other and the audience like a group of old friends.
An homage to the songs of Joni Mitchell.
We are delighted to see the return of this homage to the songs of Joni Mitchell by an ensemble of world class singers and musicians with CV's to match! Following a sell-out run of two shows in the main room at Ronnie Scotts, a show at Norden Farm and other prestigious venues internationally.
Great songs are made for re-interpretation by great artists and each of these artists and musicians bring something of themselves in this show for a reimagining of favourites from Joni Mitchell‘s peerless song catalogue, featuring such songs as 'Woodstock', 'Big Yellow Taxi', 'A Case Of You', 'The River' and many more.
Ring-mastered by bandleader, arranger and bassist Stefan Redtenbacher, the project features a world class band of international musicians who have played with the likes of Bowie, Elton and Herbie Hancock, REDTENBACHER’S FUNKESTRA, a multi-million streaming band in their own right.
Both the shows and the CD feature elite vocalists who are both artists in their own right and who also share deep love for Joni’s music; vocalists such a Mim Grey (McCartney, Tom Jones, Dave Stewart), multi-million streaming, Radio 2 play-listed Jo Harman (who has duetted with Michael McDonald and Lamont Dozier) and highly regarded 'emerging artist' award nominee, Jana Varga.
Even the official Joni Mitchell website is on record as reporting ‘This collection of interpretations is REALLY good folks, and well worth a listen.’
Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet! put on fabulous, feelgood 70s and 80s disco nights for grown-ups at venues across London and the South East - and we’re delighted to welcome them back again after a funk-tastic sell out night here last year.
HSDY nights are recommended by everyone from Time Out and The Guardian to Stylist and Radio 4 and they have been described as 'Abba collides with Saturday Night Fever in a glorious mash up'.
DJ Lady G will be on the decks playing all your favourite soul, funk and disco tunes and dancer Andrea Rose will be showing you the moves to everything from Car Wash (complete with shiny rags) and Vogue, to the 1979 Gonzales hit, Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet, after which HSDY take their name.
If you fancy dressing up (it’s not obligatory, but lots do) there are prizes for the best retro outfits, and free sweets and ice pops too.
In the words of Shalamar, it’s going to be 'a night to remember!'
10% profits from HSDY nights go to Cancer Research UK
Party the night away until 12am - with our Cafe Bar also open serving drinks until then!
This is a standing/dancing event with some unallocated seating
Led by Jim Maving
Always wanted to learn guitar but never got around to it? Want to trade your air guitar skills for real guitar skills? It is never too late to learn. Learn guitar right from the very beginning. This is a foundation course for those with little to no experience of playing guitar. You will learn how to hold a guitar and to make the right noises out of it. The aim of these lessons is to get you playing your first song within 4 weeks of lessons, as no-one takes up guitar to strum random chords, it’s all about the songs.
If you are returning to guitar having not played for some time and can barely remember chords this is a great way of getting back into the swing of things.
If you've never played guitar you need to book on the Absolute Beginners course!
These classes are split by skills level;
Beginners A - Recently completed the Absolute Beginners course but still some way to go. Yet to tackle bar chords and complicated rhythms.
Beginners B - Well on the way and able to do bar chords
Tues 16 Jan - 6 Feb (4 weeks)
Tues 20 Feb - 19 Mar (5 weeks)
Tues 26 Mar - 23 Apr (5 weeks)
7.45pm - 8.45pm
£50 per 5 week course | £40 per 4 week course
Suitable for 18+ years.