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THE GUILDFORD INSTITUTE
Ward Street, off North Street, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LH
(Nearest parking Leapale Multi-storey)


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    FORTHCOMING GUESTS


  • Come All Ye Open Zoom
    Friday 17th July 2020 - 8.00pm


  • Chris Foster
    Friday 18th September 2020 - Postponed


  • Jackie Oates & John Spiers
    Friday 25th September 2020 - 8.00pm


  • Les Barker
    Friday 9th October 2020 - Postponed


  • Come All Ye Open Stage
    Friday 16th October 2020 - 8.00pm


  • The Askew Sisters
    Friday 23rd October 2020 - 8.00pm


  • Granny's Attic
    Friday 6th November 2020 - Postponed


  • Green Ribbons
    Friday 13th November 2020 - 8.00pm


  • Brian Peters
    Friday 20th November 2020 - 8.00pm


  • Bob Fox
    Friday 4th December 2020 - 8.00pm


  • Come All Ye Open Stage
    Friday 11th December 2020 - 8.00pm


  • T.B.C.
    Friday 18th December 2020 - 8.00pm



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    Come All Ye
    Friday 17th July 2020 - 8.00pm
    Doors open at 7.30pm - evening finishes at 10.30pm
    COME ALL YE OPEN ZOOM
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    This will be our fourth Come All Ye Open Stagehosted on Zoom. If you’ve not joined us before, either to performer or to sit back and enjoy the performances, then we recommend you give it a try, the evenings are extremely sociable and friendly. The range of music and styles is certainly eclectic - at our June session we had songs of protest and celebration, emigration and longing; there were ballads of love and lust; and compositions from the pens of Dougie MacLean, Richard Thompson, Bob Dylan, Hall/Rogan, Milly Murphy and Gordon Smith. The spoken word was well represented too with some verses by Les Barker, a cowboy poem and a “lockdown limerick”, a paean to predictive text and two traditional tales (one via the telling of Taffy Thomas).

    Everybody is free to sign in (we'll send you a link) and share their favourite songs, tunes, poems and tales with our friendly crowd - or you can simply join in and watch as a member of that "friendly crowd". The format of the evening allows for each singer, sayer or player to perform a couple of items, time permitting.

    Tim and Lawrence will be hosting the evening and welcoming everyone, performers and audience members alike. It's not quite as good as the real thing but it is great to see a screen full familiar faces and hear some very enjoyable music and tales. Bring your own drink!

    If you're interested in attending please click here to send an e-mail and go on our mailing list.

    Admission free (obvs)

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    The "Music Institute" folk club meets at
    THE GUILDFORD INSTITUTE
    Ward Street, off North Street, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LH
    (Nearest parking Leapale Multi-storey)

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