Music, song, dance, storytelling, customs and traditions: The traditional folk arts have been a huge part of the rich and diverse cultural landscape of the UK for hundreds of years.
Cecil Sharp House’s permaculture garden wins Camden in Bloom again
The garden at Cecil Sharp House has won a top Camden in Bloom prize for the third time in four years. The much-loved green space has been awarded Best Business Garden 2017, after scooping the same prize in 2016 and also Best Business Entrance 2014.
Last year we awarded seed funding to the fantastic singer and songwriter Germa Adan. Ahead of her performance at Cecil Sharp House on Wednesday 11 October, we are offering you the chance to win a copy of her new mini-album Kenbe Fem (Hold Firm).
A special event at Cecil Sharp House will explore the musical landscape of 19th century southwest Ireland, through tunes drawn from Goodman’s outstanding manuscript collection.
We are delighted to announce Emily Askew as Leader of the London Youth Folk Ensemble 2017/18, joined by Ruairi Glasheen.