Most weeks are “Singers’ Nights” – with plenty of instrumental music as well – but we like to book guests too.
The club’s policy on booking Guests
This year, we're again looking to book a guest every five weeks or so. We've always been a strong singers’ club and the folk who attend like to participate. That's the essence of Kiveton Park. It will not become a 'concert' club where folk sit mute and open-
Lord Conyers Morris Men formed in 1974, at this very club. They remain good friends of the club and we look forward to this regular May visit.
“The idea to form a side of Morris Dancers from members of the Kiveton Park Folk Club, which then met at the Lord Conyers Arms in Wales, was conceived at a ceremony to plant an oak tree in the Bluebell Wood beside the road from Kiveton Park to Todwick as a replacement for Robin Hood’s “Trysting Tree” in the spring of 1974. Thenceforth, both the oak tree and Lord Conyers Morris Men have continued to thrive”. -
Presenting England's traditional songs with a bold and fresh approach, The Dovetail Trio explores familiar narratives and modern themes with infectious energy and a passion for musical heritage.
The new collaboration effortlessly combines the distinctive voices and acclaimed instrumental talents of BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nominee Jamie Roberts, BBC Performing Arts Award winner Rosie Hood, and Newcastle Folk Degree alumnus Matt Quinn.
22nd January 2019
12th March 2019
Our friends Pete & Ken have been singing together for fifty years and run the highly successful and respected Beehive Folk Club at Harthill. Geoff sang with Bone Lazy and for years prior to that with the Cartwheel Folk Group who still perform together occasionally -
Together the three provide solo and three-