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  • Come to West London Folk workshop

    Laurel Swift founded this in Year 2000, and it goes from strength to strength, regularly playing concerts and ceilidhs as the West London Folk Band.
    It all starts with tunes which she teaches in West London.
    It is held upstairs at West London Trade Union Club
    33-35 High Street, Acton, London, W3 6ND. Parking in nearby streets is fairly simple, lots of buses pass the door and Acton Central Overground station is 5mins walk.
    Monday evening term-times: 7:15pm - 9:15pm.
    Cost: £7.50 per night.
    Who comes? Bedroom musicians, beginner musicians, starting-again musicians, younger musicians, late bloomers, musicians that think they can only read the dots, musicians who worry that they can’t read the dots – you are all welcome.
    Use the Contact Form or email swiftlj (At) gmail.com to find out more (copy this email address and replace the (At) with @ and remove spaces).

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‘First Wednesdays’ Folk Club

Gill A says, March 13, 2017: Next session (unusually) is on the ‘second’ Wednesday: 12th April, 2017. Then, hopefully, reverting to the ‘First Wednesday’. Ring before travelling.

Gill A says, March 1, 2017: The long-running Ealing Folk Club on the first Wednesday of the month, has now (from March 2017) moved from the Drayton in West Ealing to The Grange Pub. As follows, from Bob Little:
Ealing Folk Club normally on the first Wednesday of the month at 8pm till 11pm (but see April 2017 exception, above) is now relocated to the Reading room, upstairs at The Grange, Warwick Rd, Ealing, London W5 3XH. Tel. 020 8567 7617.
Listeners, singers, players, all welcome – as long as it’s unplugged, anything goes.’
Here is the latest song book, useful for the folk club.

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