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The Wanton Seed tour

>> see details of The Wanton Seed - English Folk Songs from the Hammond and Gardiner Manuscripts

The distinctive voices and musicianship of Jim Causley, Bryony Griffith, Jackie Oates and Paul Sartin come together to present a concert of songs celebrating the reissue of the song books Marrowbones and The Wanton Seed, and to mark the launch of Southern Harvest, the new omnibus edition of The Foggy Dew and The Constant Lovers, edited by Steve Gardham and published by Francis Boutle Publishers in association with The South Riding Folk Network.

8.00pm, 15 February 2017
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts

Altwood Rd, Maidenhead SL6 4PF
A concert of songs celebrating the reissue of the song books Marrowbones, The Wanton Seed and Southern Harvest.
For more information: norden.farm/events/the-wanton-seed

7.30pm, 16th February 2017
Cecil Sharp House

2 Regent’s Park Road, London NW1 7AY
A concert of songs with Jim Causley, Bryony Griffith, Jackie Oates and Paul Sartin, with support from The Askew Sisters
Includes a singing session in the bar afterwards.
£15 | £10 under 26s
For more information: www.cecilsharphouse.org/component/content/article/22-csh-site/csh-events/3988-the-wanton-seed

10.00am–10.15pm, 18 February 2017
Hampshire Traditions at Whitchurch
Gill Nethercott Centre

Winchester Street, Whitchurch, Hampshire RG28 7HP
A full day of talks, workshops, singing sessions and concerts to launch ‘Southern Harvest’ the new omnibus edition of The Foggy Dew and The Constant Lovers and celebrating the songs collected in Hampshire.
Evening concert with Andover Loft Singers, The Askew Sisters, Paul Sartin, Bryony Griffith and Jackie Oates.
Day £15, Evening £15, Joint ticket £25
For more information: www.wegottickets.com/event/385665

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