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Thursday 6 February 7.45pm - 11.00pm

Bowes Park Folk Club

Mum's Bistro, 143 Myddleton Road, N22 8NG  

202002 new river people

Heartfelt ballads, mortuary  blues, lone highways and shattered dreams.

Raffle and delicious Mediterranean-inspired Mum's Bistro menu.

£7…

Phone: 07774147296

Raffle and delicious Mediterranean-inspired Mum's Bistro menu.
Floor-spots welcome - Admission £5 to £8 - 7.45 pm start.

1 minute from Bowes Park railway station
8 minutes from Bounds Green tube.


Coming up in Spring 2020


March 5th

Singers' Night - come early and sign up for a floor spot - or just listen and join in with some of our local singers.

Plus: A 3-song spot from Lizzie Hardingham. Lizzy is a young musician based in Hertfordshire, playing acoustic and folk music to soothe the soul - both her own intimate material and arrangements of traditional songs.

£5


Sunday 15th March,   BPFC SPECIAL EVENT: Alden Patterson & Dashwood in concert!

2.45pm Shaftesbury Hall, Herbert Road N11. Price TBC

Highly acclaimed folk trio Alden Patterson and Dashwood weave rich vocal harmonies, fiddle, guitar and dobro around beautifully written original songs and melodies. Their music takes influence from English folk traditions with uplifting instrumentals and self-penned songs depicting tales of young travellers, sleepy seas and their affection for home.
 


April 2nd

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer - back by popular demand! Last played BPFC in July 2014. Vicki & Jonny have developed a strong reputation for a delivering great performances time and time again. Once known mainly for for their instrumental skills with Scottish smallpipes, accordion and Swedish nyckelharpa, they are now being accepted as impressive song arrangers and writers.Vicki & Jonny effortlessly blend traditional material with contemporary interpretations whilst equally creating original self penned tunes and songs that are entirely at home in the tradition. Out of this combination they have developed a sound that is both familiar and fresh.

£7


May 7th

Lynne Heraud & Pat Turner - by turns funny and moving, this duo make a long-awaited return to BPFC. Between them they play guitar, recorder, English concertina and a variety of whistles (including swanee, policeman's and referee's), list a spoons workshop in their hall of fame, and are not in the least averse to dressing up or dancing when a song requires it.  They both agree, however, that their voices are their most important instruments. Their resulting style is a unique blend of stunning song and harmony, and a humour which takes their audience on a roller-coaster ride - "everything from high tragedy to ingenious smut in glorious vocal harmony!"

£7


Floor singers always welcome (please come early to grab a spot).

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At a Glance - Future Events

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Exhibitions and longer runs

20 July 2019 until 19 April

Exhibition: Enfield at War 1939-45 (plus a programme of linked events and talks)

13 January until 29 May

Exhibition: Lost Enfield

Monday 27 January until Sunday 16 February

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Portraits for Posterity: 12 Holocaust survivors (not every day)

Monday 3 February

7.30pm

*Winchmore Hill Toastmasters Club

Thursday 6 February and Friday 7 February

7.45pm

Theatre: Border Crossings present The Great Experiment

Thursday 6 February

7.30pm

All Saints Sessions - Poetry & Sound

7.45pm - 11.00pm

*Bowes Park Folk Club

Sunday 9 February

11.00am - 1.00pm

Life drawing session (untutored)

Thursday 20 February

10.30am - 11.30am

Art & Coffee Morning: The Visions of Stanley Spencer

Sunday 23 February

10.00am - 4.00pm

*Open Day at Whitewebbs Museum of Transport

Monday 24 February

7.00pm - 8.45pm

London’s New River – neither new nor a river

Thursday 27 February

10.30am

*The Arts Society Enfield: Monthly Lecture

Friday 28 February until Sunday 1 March

Bounds Green Window Show

Thursday 2 April until Sunday 19 April

The Dugdale Theatre presents Goldilocks - starring the Three Bears (not every day)

Saturday 18 April

7.15pm

Poetry in Palmers Green

Sunday 19 April

2.30pm - 4.30pm

Broomfield Conservatory open

Monday 20 April

9.30am - 12.30pm, 1.00pm - 4.30pm

Big Dig Day in the Broomfield Park Long Border

Sunday 17 May

2.30pm - 4.30pm

Music in the Conservatory

Saturday 23 May until Monday 25 May

9.00am - 6.00pm

The Enfield Pageant of Motoring

Saturday 25 July

Livestock Music Festival