John Tamsí associations with the National Theatre and the English folk scene go
back a long way. As well as acting in numerous theatrical productions,
including The Mysteries and Warhorse, and TV series, including Sharpe,
he also provided the award-winning music for these and numerous other shows. He was a member of The Albion Band and Home Service, has released four critically acclaimed solo albums and was the musical director of the Sony Award-winning Radio Ballads.
Barry Coope is a member of top acapella trio Coope Boyes and Simpson and the six-piece Voices At The Door, which has worked with Michael Morpurgo on a number of projects. His engaging vocal and keyboard skills making him the perfect musical partner for John Tams.
"Music that makes the heart leap."
The Daily Telegraph
"John Tams and Barry Coope confound expectations: rich, diverse, contemporary and utterly compelling. It simply does not get any better than this."
What's On in London
"One of Britain's ultimate songwriters."
"John Tams has a voice that can heal. His work is older than Stonehenge but fresher than a morning daisy."
"A music legend who writes with sensitivity and passion."
"John Tams is a national treasure."
BBC Radio 2
Friday 13th October, 8.00pm (Doors 7.15pm)
The Medici Theatre, Weydon School
Weydon Lane, Farnham GU9 8UG
Click here for directions
Admission £15.00 - £13.50 in advance
(2017/18 Folk Club members £12.50 in advance)
Over the counter sales (cash):
101 Collectors Records, 101 West Street, Farnham GU9 7EN
Record Corner, Pound Lane, Godalming GU7 1BX
Please note that the seats are un-numbered.