Folkworks Hexham Gathering 2017

Folkworks Hexham Gathering Village Hall Tour with Magnetic North East

Tickets via Queens Hall Arts Centre

Magnetic North East showcase the best of the regions young instrumentalists and singers in this special tour presented by Kathryn Tickell.

Performers include members of Superfolkus, a top level youth folk ensemble, who are already playing at a professional level and have delighted audiences across the UK, and also some exciting new, younger musicians. Come along and enjoy tradition in the making!

Dates, Times & Venues

Stocksfield Community Centre, Thursday 25 May, 7.30pm
Grace Smith – fiddle, clog dancing
Jordan Aikin (whistle) & Alasdair Paul (guitar)
Elizabeth Quigley – Harp
Abi Rees – Accordion
Abbey Tilley – North East songs

Allendale Village Hall, Friday 26 May, 7.30pm
Cream Tees
Michael Biggins – accordion
Scott Turnbull – guitar
Lexie Wilson– harp
Wingrove Singers

Wark Town Hall and Mechanics Institute, Sunday 28 May, 7.30pm
Michael Biggins – accordion
Scott Turnbull – guitar
Wingrove singers
Lexie Wilson – harp

Part of Folkworks Hexham Gathering

All tickets can be booked through Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham.

01434 652477 |

Perform at Hexham Gathering

Are you a young performer or part of a youth folk ensemble? Interested in performing at Hexham Gathering? Please contact to find out more. Application deadline 31 March 2017. We may be able to accept late applications.

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The Hexham Gathering is a partnership between Folkworks / Sage Gateshead and Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham.

Hexham Gathering is sponsored by Red Hot Property.

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