Ange Hardy


Thursday 22nd February 8pm 2018

Ange Hardy

Support: TBC

Celebrated by The Telegraph as “one of Britain’s top folk musicians” for her five star 2014 album “The Lament of The Black Sheep” Ange Hardy has grabbed the attention of the traditional folk music world (a feat which saw her nominated at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and winning 4 consecutive FATEA awards) by writing new material and embracing modern technologies whilst maintaining a traditional feel.

Ange is currently touring with three different guitars, a 27-string Salvi Harp, a bag of low whistles, a 16" floor drum, a tambourine and a shruti box. Combined with her innovative use of live looping for vocal harmonies she’s one of the most diverse, entertaining and spellbinding solo-artists you're likely to encounter.

Website: www.angehardy.com

Jackie Oates


Thursday 29th March 2018 8pm

Jackie Oates

Support: Sam Baxter

Tickerts £10 from the Globe or https://www.wegottickets.com/event/416317

Jackie Oates is a singer and fiddle player hailing from Staffordshire. Her unique treatment of English ballads and songs, and pure, haunting singing style has established her at the forefront of the new English folk revival.

Website: www.jackieoates.co.uk

Steve Turner


Thursday 26th April 2018 8pm

Steve Turned

Support: TBC

Tickets £8 from The Globe or www.wegottickets.com

Steve Turner is known as a pioneer of highly sophisticated English concertina song accompaniments, stretching the boundaries of traditional forms, with one of the best voices in the business. He is a multi-instrumentalist, who also accompanies himself on the cittern, and also plays mandolin and banjo.

Website: www.steve-turner.co.uk

The House Devils



Thursday 25th January 2018 8pm

The House Devils

Support: TBC

Tickets £10 available from The Globe or wegottickets.com

Four piece band The House Devils return once again to The Globe. A rich collection of Irish, English and American folk songs and tunes. Songs of marital strife, the clash of country and town, loss and longing, emigration and of course the bright light of redemption are interspersed with brilliant sets of tunes and reels.

Award winning Mat Walklate is an accomplished harmonica and flute player, a fine singer and uilleann piper. On guitar and vocals is the highly skilled Matt Fahey; one of the best interpreters of traditional song on these shores. Top bluegrass banjo player Jonny Hulme lifts the music with his soulful picking, alongside talented musician Laszlo Palko on percussion.

Website: www.thehousedevils.co.uk

Edwina Hayes


Thursday 30th November 8pm

Edwina Hayes

Support: Emma & The Professor with Luke Day

Tickets £8 from The Globe, www.wegottickets.com
Or to reserve, contact: Jamie Knowles
Phone: 07512 214 668
Email: jamiefknowles@googlemail.com

Edwina’s beautifully written songs, charming stage presence and voice of an angel have won her a reputation as a true natural talent of gentle folk-Americana. She has opened numerous shows for Jools Holland and Van Morrison as well as her own gigs playing stages everywhere from Glastonbury Festival to The Royal Albert Hall. Edwina numbers Michael Parkinson and Mike Harding among her fans and the title track of her album Pour Me A Drink was covered by Nanci Griffith who calls her 'the sweetest voice in England'.

Her cover of the Randy Newman song Feels Like Home was featured in the Cameron Diaz film My Sister's Keeper and has since had over eight million plays on You Tube.

Edwina is often invited to guest on studio albums and support major artists on tour and as well as touring with Jools Holland, Van Morrison and Nanci Griffith, Edwina has also toured with artists ranging from Loudon Wainwright and Roger McGuinn to KT Tunstall and Gretchen Peters.

Website: www.edwinahayes.com