Tenterden Folk Club

The William Caxton
West Cross
Tenterden, Kent TN30 6JR
United Kingdom

Pricing/Ticket Info
Suitable for Children

Event Dates and Times
The second Tuesday of every month 8.00 for 8.30 pm (not August) Free sing-a-round and music sessions : Floor singers, musicians, storytellers, step dancers, etc. always welcome.
A typical folk evening sees between 10-20 folk singers and musicians from Kent and Sussex gathering in the bar from around 8pm and the music starts at about 8.30pm and continues on to 11pm. All folk singers, musicians, storytellers and poets are welcome to come along and join in, or you can just come and listen to the music. The music is mainly traditional English but also includes contemporary, blues, Irish, Scottish, European music, music hall and acapella: in fact most good acoustic music with a smattering of stories and poems.
Venue: The William Caxton.
The Caxton is at the west end of Tenterden High Street and offers a warm welcome and a fine range of Shepherd Neame ales and a good selection of wine. It is a charming, traditional English pub with a log burning fire. At the rear of the pub there is a walled garden which is ideal for the summer months. There are a few car parking spaces at the front of the pub, on street parking nearby and several town centre car parks just a short walk away. The William Caxton have three rooms available for bed and breakfast
Contact Alan Castle, Tenterden Folk Festival Director, for more information.
Tenterden Folk Festival Director
Alan Castle
15 Repton Manor Road
Ashford Kent TN23 3HA
United Kingdom
Tenterden Folk Festival is a four day long festival of folk song, music, dance, crafts and traditions. Tenterden, situated in the ancient Weald of Kent, about 12 miles west of Ashford, is an ideal setting for this friendly, family festival of folk. Tenterden features one of the widest High Streets in the country lined with historic and listed buildings, numerous friendly pubs and restaurants and green verges. The festival includes many free events.

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