Posts by dreamersfolk


Wendy Burt


Posted By on Aug 19, 2019

It is with great sadness that we have to relay the news of the passing of our dear friend Wendy Burt. With her husband Bob, they were regulars of Dreamers Folk from the very beginning. Always with a ready smile and generosity of spirit, when a few started step dancing, Wendy was straight in there taking part with gusto. The dance quickly moved to Appalachian step dancing and Wendy along with Kitty, Denise & Jill formed a little...

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Mary Humphries & Anahata


Posted By on Aug 13, 2019

These two fabulous musicians gave us a wonderful night’s music & song last Sunday. Great entertainers with many instruments and vocals, Mary & Anahata gave us traditional music at it’s very best,...

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James Hickman & Dan Cassidy


Posted By on Aug 13, 2019

Recent guest artistes at Dreamers were James Hickman & Dan Cassidy. Great instrumentation from both and cultured vocals from James gave the Dreamers audience a wonderful set of songs and tunes. Standout tune for me was the hauntingly beautiful aire “Innisheer” played with such finesse by Dan Cassidy on fiddle and James on guitar. Thanks...

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Dreamers Folk Weekend 2019


Posted By on Jun 24, 2019

From start to finish there was a lovely vibe about this years Folk Weekend. Pam n Al got us going with a great set of tunes for our Friday Ceilidh ably supported by inspired dance calling from Rosie Longhurst. The pace of the dancing suited the Dreamers dancers, being that their best dancing years were probably behind them! Our special guests this year, Lynne Heraud & Pat Turner, really threw themselves into the spirit of the...

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Dave Gibb woz here!


Posted By on May 29, 2019

A true professional, travelling all the way down to Cornwall from Birmingham, Dave Gibb gave his Dreamers audience a great collection of songs. Some self-penned, some covers, all delivered with great guitar picking and more than a dash of Scottish humour. I was fascinated by his speed of playing, fingers moving so fast, but also so accurately that he never missed a note, a skill honed by many years travelling up and down the country...

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