Sunday Evenings at 8 pm (doors open 7:45) at:
The Normandy Centre Denne Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1JF

Acoustic folk club - Licensed bar - Non members welcome
Admission varies between £2 and £8 (discounted for members):
Under 21s get free admission to all events.
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Sunday 5th June
Open Floor

Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome. Admission £2 (members £1)

Sunday 12th June
The Jigantics

The Jigantics are a five piece band from the West of England who the British press described as one of Roots music's "super groups".

Their debut album, the appropriately titled Daisy Roots, has been critically acclaimed by music journalists around the world and featured on radio playlists in more than thirty six countries. Like many bands they served a tough musical apprenticeship before breaking into the folk festival and club scene, where their upbeat musical style was found to be refreshing and joyous, crossing musical boundaries at will and taking audiences by surprise and delight.

It's an ongoing journey, as the band continue to explore all the options open to their multi instrumental, multi-talented personnel. Marion Fleetwood couples exquisite vocals with soaring fiddle while every member, including drummer/percussionist Martin Fitzgibbon, contributes harmonies and occasionally lead vocals to the mix. The instruments get passed around with Mark Cole swopping squeeze boxes for mandolin and Lyndon Webb stand up base for acoustic guitar. Whilst another gem is the virtuoso slide guitar playing of Rick Edwards.

The whole effect is one of wondering what may come next and then being surprised when the unexpected happens. Never afraid to mix musical styles but always with a touch of class The Jigantics foot-tapping feel good and totally convincing tearjerkers make for a remarkable and spellbinding evenings’ entertainment.
"A class act" Roger Nash Southdown Folk Festival
Admission £7 (members £5)

Sunday 19th June
Kirsty Bromley & Lucy Wise
Kirsty Bromley & Lucy Wise

A bringing together of two travelling songstresses, one from a remote seaside town in the south-western corner of Australia, and the other from Sheffield. Lucy and Kirsty's songs tell stories of love, people and places which zoom in on everyday moments of light and darkness. Their melodically-rich music is steeped in the Celtic, American and English folk music traditions that surrounded them growing up. Both recognised in Australia, New Zealand and the UK for their stunning vocals and intimate and moving performance styles, Lucy and Kirsty come together to tour both Australia and the UK together in 2016. An evening not to be missed.

Kirsty is a young contemporary folk singer based in Sheffield who draws upon a wide range of traditional music. She has a most disarmingly transparent voice, but also the uncanny and beautiful knack of drawing attention to the song rather than the messenger, by the manner in which she employs it.

Hailing from the far South Western corner of Australia, singer-songwriter Lucy Wise has delighted audiences across Australia, New Zealand and the UK with her masterful storytelling, intricate ukulele and guitar playing and soulful voice.
Admission £7 (members £5)

Sunday 26th June
Song and Dance

Songs, tunes and poems from members & guests plus dancing to our excellent ceilidh band.
Beginners and experts alike are welcome and our experienced callers ensure everyone can work their way through the dances with enjoyment. Admission £2 (members £1)

Sunday 3rd July
Open Floor

Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome. Admission £2 (members £1)

9th - 16th July. The following Horsham Folk Club events are also part of the Horsham Festival. Click here for a flyer.

Sunday 10th July
Open Floor AND
Desert Island Folk with
Dick Streeter

Dick Streeter

Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome.
Tonight it will be enhanced by Caroline asking Dick Streeter to tell us about the music in his life, and it will feature performances of five of Dick's favourite folk songs (of course they may not be very folky. Or quite like songs as we know them.). For those who don't know (can there be anyone?) Dick is a Horsham man, long-time member of Horsham Folk Club, founder member of Broadwood Morris, dance caller for Bonabrill and at the club, player of concertina, bass guitar, acoustic guitar and clarinet, writer and performer of strange, risqué songs, and cyclist. He is also a member of the Okee Dokee band, but we prefer not to mention that.
Admission £2 (members £1)

Friday 15th July
supported by:
  The Fables
  Collyer's Choir
  Delyth Simons
  and more....
Granny's Attic

BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award nominees, Granny's Attic return - it's their second Horsham gig this year - to play a concert in the Duckering Hall, Collyer's College, and very welcome they are too. A lively young folk trio from the Midlands, with members Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne (Melodeon, Concertina, Vocals), George Sansome (Guitar, Vocals) and Lewis Wood (Fiddle, Mandolin, Vocals). They play a variety of traditional folk music from the British Isles and further afield, complemented by original compositions. The most exciting folk band to hit Horsham since....ever.

Granny's Attic will be supported by The Fables, Octet, Collyer's Choir, Delyth Simons, musician students from Collyers - it should make a very lively and entertaining evening.

Admission £10 (Horsham Folk Club members £8 - students £5).
To reserve tickets - and collect them on the door - email to

16th July
Folk in the Carfax with:
Granny's Attic
Flossie Malavialle
Dr Bluegrass
The Full Shanty

During the day Horsham Folk Club will have a stage in the Amphitheatre (by Panino's) and there'll be half hour turns from the acts, starting at 9:30 in the morning and roughly in the order they are on the list..
Between acts Broadwood Morris and Magog Ladies Morris will be dancing.
Click on one of the acts to see their website.
Admission FREE.

Sunday 17th July

To round off Horsham Festival, Sunjay will be performing at Horsham Folk Club and demonstrating his ability to entertain all-comers.
You could be forgiven for thinking at first listen that singer/guitarist Sunjay is older than his 21 years. With a relaxed and confident manner, vocal style and mastery of his instrument he walks onto a stage and addresses the audience as though he is sitting down to play music with a group of close friends. A completely natural approach for a young man who picked up the guitar when he was just 4 years old and hasn´t put it down since.

Drawing from a rich, musical and cultural background it is hardly surprising that Sunjay has quickly become recognised as one of the UK´s rising stars on the folk and acoustic circuit. Sunjay's performances have been described as "mature & confident", while his guitar playing has been hailed as "superb, brilliant, experienced, intricate & faultless".

Winner of the Wath Festival Young Performers Award, Nominated for the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award 2012 and at the British Blues Awards 2014, he has caught the eyes and ears of many venues and festivals across the country.
"You´ll be truly amazed at his maturity, skill and expertise; not only does he engage the audience with his exquisite guitar work but he brings a depth of meaning to all the songs he sings that belie his age."
- Woodman Folk Club
Admission £8 (members £5)
Coming in the Autumn:    
Sunday 2nd October   David Francey & Mark Westberg
Sunday 16th October   Worry Dolls  
Sunday30th October   Jim Causley  
Sunday 26th March   Wild Willy Barrett's French Connection
Sunday 23rd April   Kadia  
Sunday 14th May   Cloudstreet  

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