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Kit Hawes and Aaron Catlow are a Bristol based duo playing acoustic, folk and roots music. Together they weave a musical dialogue between fiddle, guitar and voice as they explore the rich musical heritage of the British Isles. They draw on their many influences to create unique arrangements of traditional songs and tunes, as well as their own compositions. The pair have a passion for folk music and their live show combines dazzling playing with a fine sense of musicality and showmanship.

‘Reminiscent of Martin Carthy and the late Dave Swarbrick and I can give them no higher accolade’ Mark Radcliffe BBC radio 2

‘Kit Hawes on guitar and Aaron Catlow on fiddle are a match made in heaven … rarely do two musicians complement each other in such a way’ Living Tradition Magazine

‘Such dexterity, energy and passion.....mightily impressive’ R2 Magazine

  • 8.30pm start (doors open 8.00pm)

  • Entry: £12.00 (£10.00 members,  £6.00 under 18s and students)



We are delighted to welcome back to Hambledon this great band who gave us such an enjoyable evening in 2017. With exceptional musicianship and boundless energy, Granny’s Attic are going from strength to strength. The trio have been heralded for their lively performances and skilled delivery of traditional material, playing with verve, energy and their own inimitable style. Though grounded in tradition, they are keen to push new boundaries by exploring fresh approaches and writing their own compositions.

“One of the most exciting and accomplished English folk acts on the scene right now.” (Folk Radio)

“Great tunes, great energy, great arrangements, great stuff!” (Jon Boden)

“Traditional folk music taken far beyond its parameters.” (Tykes News)

  • 8.30pm start (doors open 8.00pm)

  • Entry: £12.00 (£10.00 members,  £6.00 under 18s and students)


For our Christmas Special we shall be welcoming back to Hambledon local harmony trio Ramskyte. Their strong voices create a rich sound with unusual vocal harmonies as they perform a wide range of traditional songs and some self-penned material that has been mistaken for traditional folk song. During the evening they will be launching their brand new CD ‘Since We’re Met’ as well as singing rousing Christmas songs with plenty of opportunity to join in the choruses.

“Huge, powerful and daring harmonies, a splendid choice of old and new songs. The room was vibrating with singers from start to finish". (Lewes Folk Club)


In keeping with our established tradition, mulled cider and mince pies will be provided.

  • 8.30pm start (doors open 8.00pm)

  • Entry: £12.00 (£10.00 members,  £6.00 under 18s and students)