We meet....

......on the last Tuesday of each month at 8:00pm in the Stable Bar of the Drax Arms, Bere Regis BH20 7HH.
Admission is free and the food at the Drax is excellent if you want to eat before we start.

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.
www.theoldmillbereregis.co.uk






Appearing 8:00pm Tuesday 25th September 2018

Anita Law
...is a professional artist, but music has always been there in the background.  She started her musical life with the trombone and during her college years played with several bands, Eynsford Concert, Kent Brass and Canterbury Brass.  She also sang in folk clubs and an interest in choral singing began when several years ago David McKee formed a new choral society at Milton Abbey school.  It was a wonderful experience to sing great classical works in Milton Abbey with a professional orchestra.  Anita also attended summer schools there run by David McKee and The Voces8 singers, she also sings with Bryanston Choral Society.  Currently Anita plays flute with the Ridgeway Singers and Band.  She enjoys singing at local folk clubs and performed her first solo vocal recital in May this year.  

Louise Anderson
Louise did a lovely support slot for the Wessex Folk in Blandford and we wanted you to hear the lovely music that they listened to. A big welcome to her from all at the Drax.

Bob Whitley
Bob Whitley is a Poole-based songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and composer who has been delighting audiences across the Dorset folk scene for over 20 years.
He has recently completed his Magellan project and he will be performing some of it on the night with the superb Lee Cuff.

Nigel Waite
Nigel has been entertaining Dorset with his own delightful songs for many years now and this is a welcome return to the Drax for him:
"In my late forties, when we moved from London,  I found the space and motivation to rediscover playing music.  My good friend Les Wild introduced me to the delights of the folk world in Dorset and the music of the folk and acoustic world that had evaded me during the previous twenty-odd years."

Richard and Lesley Quayle (resident singers)
We'll see you there !!!!