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Kevin Dempsey and Joe Broughton (22 Feb)

Film Club: The Warriors (23 Feb)

The Man Upstairs (24 Feb)

India Electric Company (25 Feb)

The LYNNeS (26 Feb)

North Sea Gas (27 Feb)

Roving Crows (28 Feb)

The Hot Club Of Jupiter (3 Mar)

Amit Dattani (4 Mar)

Threaded (5 Mar)

Sean Taylor (6 Mar)

Ezio (7 Mar)

Ewan McLennan plus Ella Janes (8 March)

Walk Of Fame (Get Stoned) (11 Mar)

Bronwynne Brent (11 Mar)

Martin Carthy (12 Mar)

My Comedy (14 Mar)

The Hut People (13 Mar)

Craobh Rua (18 Mar)

Siobhan Miller (19 Mar)

The Life of Brian Film Club (20 Mar)

Storytelling Cafe (21 Mar)

Tony Bramwell (Eight O’clock Rock Chats) (22 Mar)

Danielle Cawdell (23 Mar)

Nigel Mazlyn Jones (25 Mar)

Lisbee Stantion (26 Mar)

Poetry Bites (27 Mar)

Nashville Sounds In The Round (28 Mar)

Twelfth Day (29 Mar)

Micky Greaney & Rachel Mayfield (30 Mar)

Rue Royale (1 Apr)

Josh Curnow (2 Apr)

Strange Blue Dreams (3 Apr)

Tribute to Sandy Denny (4 Apr)

Korby Lenker (5 Apr)

Wizz Jones (8 Apr)

The Rheingans Sisters (9 April)

Siobhan Wilson (10 Apr)

My Comedy (11 Apr)

Phil Odgers with Bobby Valentino (12 Apr)

Walk Of Fame (Girls On Top) (15 Apr)

The Little Unsaid (15 Apr)

Duotone (16 Apr)

Eight O’clock Rock Chats (Dave Hogan Photographing the Stars) (17 Apr)

Storytelling Cafe (18 Apr)

The Songs of Nick Drake (19 Apr)

Film Club (Dirty Dancing) (20 Apr)

Disc Selecta (22 Apr)

Dipper Malkin (23 Apr)

The Lake Poets (24 Apr)

Samaritans Charity Cabaret (30 Apr)

Jimmy Livingstone (1 May)

Kitty Macfarlane (2 May)

Harry Pane (3 May)

Woody Pines (6 May)

Hattie Briggs (8 May)

My Comedy (9 Mar)

Gilmore & Roberts (10 May)

Zawe & Midsummer (13 May)

Carter Sampson (14 May)

Ben Glover (15 May)

Storytelling (16 May)

Disk Selecta (16 May)

We Are The Wildlife (17 May)

Grace Petrie (20 May)

Walk Of Fame (KinKs Heath Fest) (20 May)

Lisa Knapp and The Dead Rat Orchestra (21 May)

Poetry Bites (22 May)

Film Club (Memento) (23 May)

Eight O’Clock Rock Chats (The BRMB Reunion) (24 May)

The Small Glories (27 May)

Storyvibes Presents: (29 May)

Nashville Sounds In The Round (30 May)

Jill Jackson (31 May)


 

Thu 8th March

Ewan McLennan

8pm (Doors 7.30)

2011 BBC Folk Awards 'Horizon' award winner and a fast-rising young Folk star, Edinburgh-born Ewan McLennan has been making headlines over the last year, performing at festivals, clubs, and concert halls across the country. He combines traditional music from around Britain and beyond with his own earthy, self-penned songs, creating a unique and compelling sound. He has a gorgeous, lilting voice, a quietly assured and commanding presence and some smart guitar arrangements. 

ZOne of the most exciting singers to come out of Scotland in recent years” (Mike Harding)

“Stories Still Untold, is a real treat”(**** 4 stars The Telegraph)

“It simply oozes class… when we lost Iain MacKintosh and Bert Jansch in recent years I have been waiting for a male voice with the same mixture of vulnerability, sensitivity, and above all, humanity. In Ewan McLennan I think we have that voice”. (The Living Tradition)

Ella Janes is a folk musician based in London. Her sound draws faithfully from the folk tradition with an occasional infusion of electronica, making her performances always varied, always fresh. Ella is currently preparing a live EP - set for release in early 2018 - while playing live across the UK and Europe, seeking touring opportunities.

Her major single of 2017, Burned Out, received early support from Frontier Music, who featured a raw, stripped-back performance across their platforms. The track beautifully manifests Ella’s latest preoccupations with time and space, combining her strong folk foundation with celestial pop mutations. Later that year, she performed a series of commissioned tracks for her guest appearance at the TEDx event ‘2037: The Future is Our Present’ in Rome.

Ella regularly performs around London and the UK. Notable performances include the Isle of Wight Festival 2015, as a support for Simple Minds and a resident at Soho’s Ronnie Scott’s. 2018 tour dates to be announced.

 

Tickets: £10 adv / £12 door

Tickets available from the Cafe or www.wegottickets.com

 

 


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