Thursday, 15 April 2021

Phil Hogg Live Music Stream


On Sunday 18 April at 8.00pm Phil Hogg has a YouTube Livestream with a theme of "The Sea". Go to

Saturday, 27 March 2021

Spring Listen (via Zoom in Lockdown) a musical celebration of spring in North Devon! The Plough Arts Centre.

Join local musicians Nick Wyke & Becki Driscoll on a musical spring journey. Free Thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund.

❖ Take part in a series of free online workshops to learn and create songs and tunes that celebrate the spring.
❖ Go outside (please observe social distancing) and record spring sounds
❖ Take a photo or draw a picture of your favourite spring scene
❖ Tell us what is special about this time of year
Your recordings, words and images will be put together digitally to create a virtual ‘Spring Soundscape’

Workshops will be run via Zoom. Please register for the project to receive the link to join in.

Workshop dates:
❖ Sunday 28th March, 10-11am - Welcome to Spring Listen: meet the musicians and learn a new song
❖ Tuesday 6th April, 6.30-7.30pm - Spring Songwriting (1st of 2): Create a song together using your suggestions
❖ Thursday 8th April, 6.30-7.30pm - Spring Music (1st of 2): Learn a new tune (You’ll need an instrument to take part)
❖ Sunday 11th April, 10-11am - Spring Catch-up, share together what we have done so far, and learn another new song
❖ Tuesday 13th April - Spring Songwriting (2nd of 2): Develop and finish the song
❖ Thursday 15th April, 6.30-7.30pm - Spring Music (2nd of 2): Develop the tune and add harmonies (You’ll need an instrument to take part)
❖ Sunday 25th April, 10-11am - Finale Session: view/listen to the finished soundscape, sing and play through everything!

Call the Box Office: 01805 624624 or book online the Zoom link(s) will be emailed out to you

Friday, 27 November 2020

Rhillig album "When Two Rivers Meet"


Preview of Rhillig's album "When Two Rivers Meet" - traditional and original songs and tunes inspired by Dartmoor and beyond.

Click here for more information about Rhillig

Wednesday, 12 February 2020

Cecil Sharp's

A one-stop website for all the singers, musicians and dancers who met Cecil Sharp, as he travelled around England collecting folk music and dance between 1903-23. You can read about their lives. Over 650 individuals in hundreds of locations. They were working people – agricultural labourers, glovers, laundresses, sailors, shoemakers etc. Their stories should be told! Go to website

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Possible Folk event venue.

The Reforge Retreat Bar, Bonfire Hill, Black Torrington, Beaworthy EX21 5QH Devon is keen to put on folk music events with local musicians twice a month. For more information visit website, FaceBook page or email

Saturday, 30 March 2019

Solo Artist – Debut Album by Mike Walford Footprints, Shorelines, Highways is now available

CD  “ FOOTPRINTS, SHORELINES  HIGHWAYS “ is priced out at only  £7 (including post & packing ) and 50% of these proceeds will be donated  to our “Little Harbours" Children’s Hospice SW.

For more information email Mike Walford

Saturday, 9 February 2019

Shape Note Singing in Ipplepen

Shape note singing is an American Choral tradition of unaccompanied singing in four part harmony.
We will sing from The Sacred Harp which has been in continuous use since 1844, and a newly compiled collection called the Shenandoah Harmony which contains an extensive collection of early American hymns.

We are not a traditional choir with no membership or performances. We sing for the joy of the experience rather than for the appraisal of an audience.

We are holding the singings on the fourth Tuesday of each month with the first being on the 26 February at:

Methodist Church
East Street
TQ12 5SX

Phil Hogg Live Music Stream

  On Sunday 18 April at 8.00pm Phil Hogg has a YouTube Livestream  with a theme of "The Sea". Go to