Tickets may also be purchased in the High Street from:
Little Sew n' Sews
307 High Street
Tickets are £12.50 each
(A 50p charge may apply if paying by Credit Card)
Doors open at 7pm For half an hour of great music and fun chat.
Live performances begin at 7.30pm
Concludes around 9.30pm
One Night Only!
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Singer-songwriter Daria Kulesh.
Her Russian and Ingush roots are reflected in her music, intertwined with multicultural influences she has experienced on her turbulent and exciting journey through life.
Her debut solo album Eternal Child was launched on 31 January 2015 at The Old Town Hall Theatre in Hemel Hempstead.
Runner Up, FolkWords' Best Album from a Female Artist (2015)
Runner Up, Favourite New Artist of 2015, Laurel Canyon Music
Nominee, FolkWords' Album of the Year (2015)
'Best of 2015' playlists on Brian Player's Acoustic Cafe, Strange Brew (Cuillin FM), Acoustic Routes (Dapper FM), Roots & Shoots with Roger Pettit on Felixstowe Radio
Album of the Month (January) on FolkWords
Most Requested Album of the Month, February 2015, The DRSB Show
Album of the Week on Blues and Roots Radio, Fatea Magazine's Along the Tracks, Marlow FM, Brian Player's Acoustic Cafe, Sunday Girl (Siren 107.3FM)
Daria Kulesh - The Moon and the Pilot
Bernard Hoskin is a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist from Cambridge whose distinctive and original sound is based upon English songwriting and world music rhythms as well as the more common folk, country and blues styles. An experienced performer, he accompanies himself on 6 and 12 string guitars and mandolin playing a mixture of original and traditional songs and covers.
He has opened up for many of the big names of the folk scene including Bert Jansch, Martin Carthy, Harvey Andrews, John Renbourn and Jacqui McShee, Clive Gregson, Isaac Guillory, Andy Irvine, Phil Beer, Colvin Quarmby, Johnny Dickinson, Pete Atkin, June Tabor and the Oysterband, Dougie MacLean, Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker, Megson, Gigspanner, Henry Priestman, Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar, Carrivick Sisters, O'Hooley & Todow, Lucy Ward and the Amy Wadge Band.