Date: Friday 7th June 2019
Rosie is a folk singer and songwriter from West Sussex who grew up surrounded by traditional music and dance.
After winning the newcomer competition at Ely Festival in 2011, Rosie worked hard to carve out her niche on the UK folk circuit.
She released her EP Somewhere North in 2012 and has since played numerous festivals and folk clubs across the land.
In 2013 she was nominated as a finalist for the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award before joining acclaimed London-Irish band CrossHarbour, who subsequently released their eponymous debut album.
Rosie is currently touring her debut album Rise Aurora with fiddle player and singer Rowan Piggott.
Rowan grew up in the foothills of the Burren on the west coast of Ireland surrounded by traditional music.
Both his father, Charlie (of De Dannan) and his mother, Frances (who taught him the fiddle) were key figures in his musical development.
The author of two successful tune books, he has also written articles for several magazines and led fiddle workshops at festivals all over the country.
A familiar face in ceilidh bands across the UK and a constant of the Irish session scene, he also finds time to play at folk clubs & festivals with the Georgia Lewis Band, with whom he's recorded an EP and full-length studio album.
Recently, Rowan received a creative bursary from EFDSS for his SONGHIVE compilation album which he set up to raise awareness of the plight of the bees.
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Tickets in advance :
Standard : £9.50
Folk Club Members : £8.00
( Proof of entitlement to any concession will be required on the door )
Tickets are non-refundable.
NB You can call in to buy your tickets at Bodmin TIC at the Shire Hall
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Phone CRBO on 01726 879500
Buy over-the-counter at Tourist Offices in St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth, St Mawes, Truro, St Austell, Bodmin, Looe, Liskeard & Launceston plus 'Heartlands'Pool Redruth or 'The Well House' in Fowey.
Bodmin Folk Club
Bodmin Folk Club
In 1967, a small group of enthusiasts who met weekly to sing in the Masons Arms decided to start a club to attract traditional performers to Cornwall. The first recorded club night of the Bodmin Traditional Folk Club was on 31st May 1968 in an upper room at The Barley Sheaf.
Since then, the club has met almost every single Friday night, welcoming a range of singers, musicians and occasional dancers from Britain and beyond at both guest nights and open houses.
Our new home is at St Petroc's Centre, opposite St Petroc's church. The Centre is not Licensed buy you're welcome to Bring Your Own ( Alcohol & Glasses! ). We've got Tea & Coffee, Soft drinks.
Find us there every Friday except Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and the August Bank Holiday weekend, when we’re at Cornwall Folk Festival.
Bodmin Folk Club website