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Live to Your Living Room: Feminist Folk Club

September 13 at 8:00 pm10:00 pm BST

£10 – £25

Thank Folk For Feminism and the English Folk Dance and Song Society present a second pop-up folk club following the success of their first. Podcast hosts Lucy Ward and Pinky Ward invite you to spend the evening with three fantastic artists: Nancy Kerr, Angeline Morrison and Frankie Armstrong.

About Nancy Kerr

Already a respected interpreter of traditional material, Nancy’s emergence as a writer of rare style has seen her explore contemporary narratives around love and conflict, motherhood, migration, hardship and jubilation, and the tensions between rural and urban life. Nancy is one of the most celebrated folk musicians of her generation, and has won 6 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

About Angeline Morrison

Angeline Morrison is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who explores traditional song with a deep love, respect and curiosity. In July 2022, she was announced as the fourth winner of the prestigious Christian Raphael Prize at Cambridge Folk Festival, which generously supports the development of emerging talent in the folk genre. In December 2022, The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience was voted No 1 Folk album of the year in The Guardian.

About Frankie Armstrong

Frankie Armstrong has sung professionally in the folk scene and the women’s and peace movements since the 1960s. She pioneered community voice workshops in 1975, and is the founder and President of the Natural Voice Network. Frankie has made 12 solo albums, as well as featuring on numerous shared and themed recordings. She has written an autobiography (As Far As the Eye Can Sing), co-edited Well-Tuned Women (on women and voice) with Jenny Pearson, and also contributed chapters to no less than 11 other books.

About Thank Folk for Feminism

Thank Folk For Feminism is a platform for women’s voices and to further the conversations of both folk and feminism and explore how the two intersect. It is fun and uplifting but also at its core, Thank Folk For Feminism serves to encourage the folk scene to explore intersectional feminist issues and increase the range and diversity of women’s voices within the genre.

About the Gig

This is a hybrid gig, hosted in partnership with Thank Folk For Feminism, the English Folk Dance and Song Society and Live to Your Living Room. You can join us in person at Cecil Sharp House in London, or watch online from wherever you are.

Online tickets are £16.50, with the option to pay a bit less (£10) or a bit more (£25) depending on what is affordable for you. You only need one ticket per household.

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September 13
8:00 pm–10:00 pm BST
£10 – £25
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