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At the heart of English folk
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Heg and the Wolf Chorus

Heg and the Wolf Chorus Interview

The band from the South-West spent last year creating their second studio album, partially funded by a creative bursary from the English Folk Dance and Song Society. Now they’re back on the road, touring a new set of theatrical folk songs. We asked Heg Brignall herself to tell us more…

A different kind of London experience

We recently had the team from myhotelbreak.com visit us here at Cecil Sharp House when they visited London. Find out what they discovered in this guest blog.

Old Man Luedecke

Beachwalking with Old Man Luedecke…

It’s a brilliantly sunny August afternoon on the Isle of Wight and Old Man Luedecke is about to go for a swim. It’s one of the few breaks he has in the midst of a busy touring schedule in support of his latest album ‘Easy Money’ – a calypso-esque, lyrically honest record exploring the nuances of family relationships and everyday life.

Going green at Cecil Sharp House

At the English Folk Dance and Song Society and Cecil Sharp House we are committed to improving and advocating environmental best practice across all areas of the organisation.

Les Poules à Colin

Exclusive interview: Les Poules à Colin

Next month we're looking forward to hosting three strikingly different Canadian folk acts in one week. Les Poules à Colin are one of these bands and we caught up with composer and fiddle player Béatrix Méthé to find out more about them...