Cecil Sharp House

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Geese performing at the Shh Festival

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  • Address:

    2
    Cecil Sharp House Regents Park Road
    London
    NW1 7AY

  • Venue phone:

    020 7485 2206

  • Venue website:

    www.efdss.org

  • Transport:

    Tube: Camden Town

  • Map

    1. Cecil Sharp House
      • 2
        Regents Park Road
        London
        NW1 7AY
      • 020 7485 2206
      • www.efdss.org
      • 51.538101,-0.149371

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Carthy, Hardy, Farrell & Young

Folk

The four-piece fiddle supergroup (yes, such a thing does exist) of talented British musicians offer traditional English folk songs.

Kathryn Tickell And The Side

Folk

The fiddle-playing vocalist performs traditional, acoustic folk with her band.

  1. Thu Oct 30
  2. Cecil Sharp House
  3. £20, concs £18
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Laura Smyth/Ted Kemp

Folk

The winner of the folk club's 2012 Trad2Mad competition, Mancunian Smyth has a repertoire rich in antiquated gems – as you'd expect from someone who daylights as a librarian at Cecil Sharp House. She performs here in a duo setting with multi-instrumentalist...

Martin Carthy

Blues, roots and country, Folk, World

Incredibly influential guitarist and singer (and MBE, to boot) Carthy is an outstanding interpreter of traditional song. He excels at the ballads of this country, and has a mesmerising narrative style of guitar playing.

Moonface

Indie rock

  • Critics' choice

Canadian multi-instrumentalist Spencer Krug, who's played or collaborated with around 90% of the Canadian indie scene, brings his latest project to London tonight. He's supporting the release of his new album, 'Julia with Blue Jeans On' – a stripped-down,...

Moonface
  1. Tue Sep 9
  2. Cecil Sharp House
  3. £14.50
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Moulettes

Blues, roots and country, Folk, Rock 'n' roll, Prog rock, World

  • Critics' choice

Barn-storming orchestral folk with piratical West Country flourishes and dramatic popular song from the cello-wielding, bassoon-swinging, vocal-harmonising headliners.

Sunday Papers Live

Things to do

To all the Sunday paper can be a pleasure, a challenge or a chore that ends up unopened in the recycling bin the following week. But this imaginative Secret Forum event aims to add a fresh and fun twist to the Sunday ritual by turning the paper into a...

Sunday Papers Live

The Furrow Collective

Folk

The modern folk outfit approaches traditional ballads with a bold, improvisatory twist. With support from Marry Waterson.

  1. Thu Sep 4
  2. Cecil Sharp House
  3. £13.50-£24.50, concs £9.50
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Jo Rowlands

A fantastic venue with friendly staff, excellent events for individuals and groups including fantastic outreach work, a great cafe and very interesting exhibitions. Plus, I recently attended a family barn dance and great fun. My teenage niece had really enjoyed folk music week long course over half term and she told me she loved it. Keep up the good work!