Runcorn Folk Club
It seems that the success of the club has now overgrown The Prospect, with growth in the dining business and possibly less activity in the public bar we were ask to move to the other side of the pub but even on singers nights it was a bit cramped. In future the club will meet at
Runcorn Golf Club
Tel 01928 731567
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On 26th of June there will be no meeting at the club due to golf clubs’ chefs funeral. The singers night will take placethe next evening Tuesday 27th
Full House on 10/04/2017 was indeed full, with 6 performers the stage area was packed to capacity. The audience was packed too. A great and varied performance with styles including everything from Morris to Jazz. Full House are a well liked Chester based group.
A very successful charity night on February 27th when over £200.00 was raised for Christian aid. There was a bumper raffle with many people donating gifts. There was also many floor singers and regulars. See Photos of our regulars here.
A late addition to our lineup for March and a welcome return of another old favourite is Kenny Speirs who last visited the club in April 2015. Kenny was a founder member of the John Wright band and later Realtime.
Our March guest is Gerry Ffrench who also put in a great performance at the shanty festival. Its not her first visit to the club, she is a talented singer, song writer and multi instrumentalist who we will be glad to see again, and if you haven’t seen her yet don’t miss this opportunity.
February’s guest night saw a very packed room for “Yesterdays Men”.Two fantastic concertina players playing tunes and singing songs of the sea.
I first saw them at the Liverpool Shanty Festival which was a great occasion.
Another year passes as we go into 2017 which started with the folk Stalwarts from Wirral and Cheshire Welcomme, Finnan & Chrimes.
February 8th 2016
Nick Dow, a singer of mainly traditional song returned to the folk scene in 2007 after a 15 year break.
During that time he was busy with his business of signwriting and building and restoring Gypsy wagons. He has a warm, mellow voice often unaccompanied. His guitar playing has been compared to that of Nick Jones.
In January 2016 we were pleased to welcome Garva back to the prospect they’ve guested at the club more times than anyone and with good reason.
Superb use of many instruments which blend together really well in a relaxed yet tight performance. Great selection of songs both new and old.
And remember “Tuesday Night is always Karaoke!”
All other Mondays are singers nights
FOLK MUSIC - NOT AS BAD AS IT SOUNDS