Ringwood Folk Club Tuesdays  8.00 - 10.50

The Wathen-Bartlett,
Pound Lane, Burley
BH24 4EB

email ringwoodfolkclub at gmail.com to go on mailing list
parking see below

13th Nov  The Bow Legged Skeeter

Bow Legged Skeeter are a 5 piece band playing hard driving Bluegrass and American Old-Time music with an emphasis on strong vocal harmonies.  The band wa formed in 2010 ,they play at arts centres and Festival across the country.


support tonight is from

Tin Angel, 5 piece American roots: blues, old-time, swing, ragtime, just about anything for a good-time. The songs are traditional (mostly) with the driving string band sound


Entry only £6.00

20th  Nov Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

27th Nov  Martyn Wyndham Read

One of the finest singers to grace Folk music.
Martyn was brought up on a farm in Sussex and went to Australia when he was 18. He spent 7 happy years there and this is where his love and knowledge of Australian Folk songs began.
Having performed all over the world & produced many CDs, he
is a great raconteur. Singing songs mainly from Australia and the UK & over 40 years of performance a truly great evening is in store.
Martyn has a YouTube Channel see and listen to his songs by clicking below


Entry £10.00

4th Dec Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

11th Dec - Informal evening (tunes, songs and poems)

18th Dec The Melstock Band's

The Mellstock Band: A West Country Christmas

join the Mellstock Band to celebrate a traditional West Country Christmas! 

The Mellstock Band’s latest Christmas concert ‘Leaves of Life’ 

In most parts of England, from the mid 1700s onwards, groups of singers and instrumentalists played and sang in the gallery of their village church and went round the parish at Christmas to sing carols. Mixing powerful voices, strings and wind instruments, with vigorous rhythms, soaring counterpoint and strange harmonies, this is the sound of the pre-Victorian rural Christmas



Entry for this very special evening £12.00

25th Dec & 1st Jan closed

large car park & cheap bar.
Situated between the village hall & the Burley Triangle
Adjacent to The Burley Inn 

Please note there is additional free parking close by, available in the council Car park behind The Queens Head (you might need a torch).
The Queens Head pub offers free parking for customers only.