Every Thursday from 7:30pm 

at Loughton Club 8 Station Road, Loughton, Essex IG10 4NX


    2nd MARCH


support  JENNI    Door £5.00


Rosie is a folksinger/songwriter from Midhurst, West Sussex. She is a fine singer and guitarist. Rowan is a superb fiddle player from Ireland, but now living in England. Both have grown up surrounded by traditional music, Rowan is the son of renowned Irish fiddle player Charlie Piggott. Rosie and Rowan are at the forefront of the modern folk scene, individually and together they form a powerful partnership. Rosie released the album 'Rise Aurora' in December 2016. This will be Rosie's first visit to Loughton. Rowan has played here before with The Georgia Lewis Trio who gave us a fantastic night last year.
'Rise Aurora is an absolute gem of an album' Folking.com


Jenni is a singer/songwriter and keyboard player. She writes story songs that are a mix of folk, country, jazz and blues with influences
from the likes of Joni Mitchell and Carole King. Jenni has played a number of clubs and makes her Loughton debut tonight.


 9th March   


Door £4.00


Wildwood Jack are a unique acoustic duo from Kent. Their melodic songs blend folk and Americana with a wide repertoire of music drawn from the tradition and original material. They embrace the troubadour lifestyle and large parts of the year are spent touring in the UK, Europe and further afield. Adam Piggott and Jayne Freeman were brought together by a love of music when they first met in 1991. They have released two albums and currently working on another to be released in 2018. They are a hard working duo with a full diary
of gigs and we welcome them to Loughton for the first time.

'Quality songwriting, engaging, uplifting and filled with
memorable melodies' R2 Magazine.




16th March  


Door £5.00


Hannah is a London based singer/songwriter with a voice Acoustic Magazine called 'arresting' and 'Wholly believable'. Her music is influenced by folk, country, blues and pop, but is distinctly her own. Hannah has released the album 'Whose side are you on​', a deeply personal account of herself as a woman and single mother, it has received wide acclaim in the music press. She has received radio play on BBC Radio2 and many regional shows. Hannah has wowed audiences at shows at the Union Chapel and major festivals. This will be a very special night, don't miss it.



23rd March  


An outstanding performer with exceptional audience rapport. Pete Morton travels with a guitarcase full of great songs. Full of verve and conviction, he presents himself as a live performer who effortlessly handles, through his songs, every situation. His stories and songs speak from the heart. Pete has introduced into folk music the art of Frapping, where he takes a popular folk song and constructs new verses (rapping) but still keeps the chorus for all to sing. He has released many albums and is one of the finest performers on the folk scene.

'Not only impressive...but a revelation' The Guardian


Support from Bity Booker  

Bity is a quirky folk singer who though born in Italy, started performing in Australia after relocating there. She writes songs about animals,
stars and trees as well as performing songs from the folk tradition. Bity recently played a well-received floor spot at Loughton and we are delighted that she will be performing more of her songs tonight.



We look forward to welcoming you

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