To start the 2020 season at Ryburn Folk Club, we’re delighted to welcome the highly talented Jack Rutter, a local singer and multi-instrumentalist who is one of the rising stars of the UK’s folk music scene. His second solo album Gold of Scar & Shale was released on 4 October this year.
Jack Rutter grew up in the Holme Valley area of West Yorkshire and plays music across the UK and Europe. In addition to his solo work, he collaborates with some of the biggest names in folk music such as Seth Lakeman, Sam Sweeney and Jackie Oates as well as playing in the instrumental trio Moore Moss Rutter.
This will be a great evening of music and song, and we hope you will join us to start the Ryburn Folk Club’s New Year.
The Ryburn Folk Club meets on the last Wednesday of the month from September to June. The venue is the upstairs room in The Malthouse, Rishworth, HX6 4QB , close to Junction 22 of the M62. More information HERE
We start about 7.45pm with a few tunes from the Pit Band, then a few songs from the Residents before the first set from the Guests. After a short interval, we hear more from the Residents and then the second set from the Guests and finish at 10.45pm.
Admission is £9 for all adults, students 13 and over in full-time education £5.
NEXT BARN DANCE – 15 FEBRUARY
The next Barn Dance will be on 15 February at Waring Green, with Caller Brenda Spence and the Dogsbody Band. More information HERE
We had a great start to the 2020 Barn Dance season on 18 January with Baz Parkes and the Old Bridge Specials. We’ll post a REVIEW as soon as we’ve recovered from all the dancing!
The “No Pressure” tune session meets fortnightly on Fridays at 103 Oldham Road Ripponden, HX6 4EB from 8:00 to 9:45 p.m.
The next NP Session is on Friday 24 January
February 21, March 6 and 20, April 3 and 17 , May 1, 15 and 29.
More information HERE
The Long Company Mummers – January 2020
The Long Company Mummers have finished their 4 performances to welcome in the New Year of 2020. Each performance attracted large crowds of excited onlookers, and below are some photos of the 4 performances.
Ryburn 3 Step would like to thank the Golden Lion in Todmorden, the Fleece in Elland, the Hogs Head in Sowerby Bridge, and the Old Bridge Inn in Ripponden for hosting each performance.
At each venue, after the performance, the Long Company Mummers asked for donations from the audience. The collections have been given to 4 local charities:
Music for the Many – Todmorden;
Overgate Hospice – Elland;
Happy Days – Sowerby Bridge;
St. Bartholomew’s Church – Ripponden.
Thanks to all who supported and helped the Long Company Mummers in 2020. HAPPY NEW YEAR!