Book now: Benefice Barn Dance, with Round House Folk!

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Angela Purll, organist for St Peter’s Hever and St Paul’s Four Elms, has arranged a benefice barn dance with her band, the Round House Folk:

Saturday 8 January 2011

7.30 – 11.00 pm; arrive 7.00 pm

Four Elms Parish Rooms

BARN DANCE

To welcome Jane Weeks as our new Rector

 Music by Round House Folk with Caller Laurie Jeal

Tickets: £10 to include a Fish & Chips Supper. Bar selling Larkins Beer

Proceeds to the benefice 

Tickets: Christina 01732 700247  christina.hodson @btinternet.com

Read more about the band!:

Round House Folk.

Angela Purll – Flute, Piccolo, Piano Accordion. www.purlla.com

Bernard Oldfield – Fiddle, Melodeon.

Micky Sandall – Acoustic Guitar, Tenor Voice.

Mike Gilbert – Irish Tenor Banjo, Mandolin.

Round House Folk first met at an informal folk session at the Kentish Horse pub in Mark Beech during the Autumn of 2007. They have since met for weekly practices at Bernard’s house, “the Round House”, and have established themselves as a band. The band perform regular barn dances, as well as making frequent appearances at local village fetes, festivals, and informal folk sessions. They play a variety of Reels, Polkas, Jigs, Hornpipes, Waltzes, and traditional songs from around the British Isles and beyond.

On May 31, 2008, Round House Folk performed their first public gig at the annual Pig’s Ear Kentish Horse Folk Ale Festival in Markbeech. Shortly after, on July 27th, they played alongside Pig’s Ear at the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Kent Wildlife Trust in Bough Beech.

They have since played for many other private and charitable functions, including fundraising barn dances, and community projects, as well as for other charitable, private, and ceremonial occasions. The band have just recorded their first CD. Click below to hear a track from it – a tune called Inisheer, originating from the South West coast of Ireland.


Inisheer – RHF.mp3

 

 

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