Award winning folk trio, The Young’uns, are set to head off around the UK on a nine date tour.
Any thoughts that the award-winning Strangers album would be difficult to surpass prove false as the Young Uns have done so with Tiny Notes.
Seuras Og takes in the delights of Wickham Festival, even if he did get a little bit wet! A great weekend of music in the face of adversity and treacherous conditions.
An ideal festive start to the season’s celebrations was enjoyed by Young’uns fans at Bury Met. Songs of old, new and festive were all included.
The Young’Uns are launching a TV show to fill the void that 2020 has enforced on many people. We chat to the band about YTV amongst other things!
A reminder of the upcoming UK tour dates by Annie Keating.
On Stolen From God, Reg Meuross unravels facts about Britain’s involvement in the Triangular Trade of slaves in the 17th and 18th centuries.
We’ve been checking out the Cropredy site ready for August 2023…here’s an update.
Two views of The Young’uns in Manchester on their latest tour for some acts of civil disobedience.
News of the Fairport Convention Autumn 2023 tour.
A new theatrical version of The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff performed by BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winners, The Young’uns will open Northern Stage’s 50th anniversary season (4-22 February) ahead of regional performances.
We look ahead to Cropredy 2024 and throw a few ideas into the mix about who might be on the bill.
And once again, The Bus Rolls On. Fairport’s 2023 Winter Tour is up and running. We caught up with the entourage at Solihull’s Core Theatre.
Fairport’s Cropredy Convention adds another year to its long list of great bills and festivals. It really is a festival to cherish.
News of a new show – Rising Up: Peterloo 2019 – that combines the storytelling of Debs Newbold and the songs of Sean Cooney.