We meet….

……on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 8:00pm in the Stable Bar of the Drax Arms, Bere Regis BH20 7HH. But dates can vary so please check our Facebook page.
Admission is free and the food at the Drax is excellent if you want to eat before we start. Gambling has never been so exciting as with play free casino slots win real money. Just in a few minutes and in a few clicks and you are already there, in the world of easy money and fun! Have fun with around on the most beneficial gambling house online on no deposit bonus no wagering requirements. More than doubled first deposit! Check out and acquire!

The chocolate box of folk roots music, great variety and all enjoyable. Kathy Dunn – Wessex Acoustic

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If you want a great B&B after coming, book in at the Old Mill just down the road.

Tuesday 22nd January 2019 at 8.00pm:

Our First Folk Night of 2019 features Scuttle Shake, Shiraz and Half of Murphy’s

at The Stable Bar, The Drax Arms, Bere Regis BH20 7HH

All Welcome. No entrance Fee.

Scuttle Shake

Scuttle Shake is a women’s four-piece acoustic band playing an eclectic set of folk-tinged Americana with guitar, banjo, uke and drums. Many win-win betting house lucky ladys charm! Be capable of gather your current winnings!

Scuttle Shake


Shiraz are singing duo featuring Shirley and Sharon singing beautiful harmonies. Sharon and Shirley have been singing together for many years. They first met while Shirley was musical director of a local Bridport choir.

About 4 years ago they decided to write and perform their own songs and “Shiraz” was born they haven’t looked back since.


Half of Murphy’s

Half of Murphy’s are Noeleen who plays guitar, whistle, and bodhran but is best known for her vocal abilities, drawing on her Irish heritage to sing songs learnt as a child at the knee of her accordion playing father, and Alex who accompanies her on guitar, tenor guitar, some backing vocals and occasionally the mandolin, having returned to his folk roots after a brief fling with rock music in his youth!

Half of Murphy's

We would like to thank Richard and Lesley Quayle for running the Drax Arms Folk Night since its beginnings in 2015. We’ve all thoroughly enjoyed listening to and meeting all the wonderful musicians.

Pip and Nic are at the helm from January 2019 onwards. We hope that you will all continue to support our Folk Nights here at The Drax Arms Bere Regis with the same enthusiasm and generosity that we’ve experienced in the past.

One thing to note is that from February 2019 the club will meet on the THIRD Tuesday of every month instead of the last one, in the Stable Bar from 8.00 pm onwards.