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Tithe Barn Roof

Upcoming Events

Holy Trinity Church 8pm

Tithe Barn 7.30

What else is coming?


Welcome to Nailsea Folk Club

Welcome to Nailsea Folk Club! We have been running the club since 1987 and have developed a strong reputation for our concert programme which features top names from around the world. Over the years the club has become a family of linked activities and projects which develop and change over time

We hold most of our concerts in Nailsea Tithe Barn which is very comfortable and has an excellent acoustic. Nailsea Folk Club was very involved and instrumental in the refurbishment of the barn which dates from the 15th Century. It provides an ideal ambience for folk music. It is fully accessible for people with physical disabilities and has modern facilities.

We also run more traditional folk club nights including feature nights at the Ring of Bells in Nailsea which has a lively atmosphere.

Every second Tuesday throughout the year at 8pm we have our "Singers and Musicians Nights" at the Grove Sports Centre (see the dedicated page).

NFC is also involved in fundraising events and supports many local causes.

Since May 2022 we have been running Sunday afternoon meetings and occasional events for Ukrainian refugees and their children living locally. If you would like to become involved please get in contact with us.

Note due to increased banking charges we are unable to accept cheques. Apologies.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Spring 2024

Sun 17 Mar 7.30pm: St Patricks Night (Ring o’ Bells): Feisty fiddles and flutes raise both the roof and money for Memories at the Barn supporting local people living with dementia.

Sunday 14 April. 4.30pm. The Lie of the Land - the Call of the Sea. Evocative multi media presentation of local flims and speically composed music.

Sun 24 Mar 7.30pm: Medicine Creek: Beautifully rendered old-time Americana with stunning vocals, fiddle, guitar and sumptuous bass.  Fri 26 April 8pm: Leveret (Holy Trinity) Three of England's finest folk musicians, Cutting, Harbron and Sweeney.

Sun 19 May 7.30pm: Rant: Scottish traditional music Royalty. Scottish fiddle quartet deliver music which is spacious yet has earthy bite & spark.

So there is a lot to choose from as well as our monthly musicians and singers nights at the Grove!