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Folk Sundays at The Old Courts

ChonkinfeckleSunday 25th January 2015 will be the first night of 'Folk Sunday' at The Old Courts on Crawford Street, Wigan.

Occurring on the third Sunday of every month, Folk Sunday will feature a selection of traditional, acoustic, modern, and commercial folk music from; Chonkinfeckle, Degsy and Malcom Kaye. There will also be open mic throughout the day with musicians and also newcomers to folk music encouraged to join in.

Chonkinfeckle, the duo from Wigan are known for their performances on the ukulele, harmonica, percussion and tub bass and have had local and national TV and radio success.

Rebecca Davenport from The Old Courts said “We are really excited about this monthly event and we love this style of music. The following for folk music is growing and it’s starting to become fashionable again. We’ve got quite an impressive line-up for our first event and are currently in talks with other bands and musicians for our next one.”

No advance booking is necessary and its £3 on the door. The bar opens at 3:00pm and The Old Courts will be open till 8:00pm. For more information about this month’s Folk Sunday or for more future events visit the link below


The Old Courts

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