Dec
13
Thu
Holly & Ivy Roadshow in Jarrow @ Jarrow Cross Primary School
Dec 13 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Join us for our only public performance of the Holly & Ivy Roadshow this year, which will take place in Jarrow on Thursday 13th December at 5pm.

David Oliver, Stewart Hardy and Laura Connolly present a very merry seasonal celebration. Featuring accordion, fiddle, flute, song, dance & not forgetting the jingle stick, buckets, shovels & colanders!

“…the kind of musical event where everyone leaves smiling with a feeling that Christmas is indeed just around the corner.”

Free entrance: tickets from the Big Local Base – Jarrow Hub. Please call 0191 424 1577

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Dec
13
Fri
Holly & Ivy Roadshow – Jarrow @ Jarrow Hall
Dec 13 @ 5:30 pm
Holly & Ivy Roadshow - Jarrow @ Jarrow Hall

Holly & Ivy Roadshow
Friday 13th December
Jarrow Hall, Church Bank, Jarrow, South Tyneside, NE32 3DY
5.30 pm (until approx 6.30 pm)

Join David Oliver, Laura Connolly and Stewart Hardy for this lively, informal and participatory celebration of songs, stories, dances and customs associated with Midwinter, Christmas and the New Year.

Dec
15
Sun
Holly & Ivy Roadshow – London @ Cecil Sharp House
Dec 15 @ 7:30 pm
Holly & Ivy Roadshow - London @ Cecil Sharp House

Holly & Ivy Roadshow at the Festive Gathering 2019

 – Cecil Sharp House, London

Christmas concert with a folk twist.

This year special guests Holly & Ivy will bring their festive magic from the North East of England.  Performers Stewart Hardy, David Oliver and Laura Connolly will join Cecil Sharp House Choir on a lively and exciting journey through the midwinter customs and traditions of Britain. Join us for our annual yuletide celebration crammed with song, dance, music and good cheer.

Mar
14
Sat
A Spring Celebration of Northumbrian Music @ St George's Church, Jesmond
Mar 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Tyneside Fiddle Alliance will be in St George’s Church, Jesmond on Saturday 14th March for a celebration of traditional music from Northumberland and beyond. They are delighted to be sharing the concert with The Northumbrian Ranters, a fantastic group of young musicians who meet regularly to rehearse in Morpeth. The evening promises to be full of energy with a variety of traditional tunes from both groups.

All tickets £5. Doors open 6.30 pm.

Tickets will be available on the door, or in advance online.
Reservations can be made via the Contact Formemail or the TFA Facebook page.