Where's the best place to hear live folk music in London?
Adrian Lobb, Culture and lifestyle journalist for The Telegraph, tackles the question: "Where's the best place to hear live folk music in London?"
The Telegraph, 25 Aug 2012
Folk music might conjure up images of a rural idyll, but that doesn't mean it can't be heard in London. Here are the best places to go for folk music in the capital.
The spiritual and official home of folk music and dance in London is Cecil Sharp House, in Camden, which not only hosts folk singing and dancing, but also provides support for preserving and promoting their practice. Every Tuesday night – except in August when it relocates to the Exmouth Arms – an entry fee of just £3.50 guarantees a good time, with traditional singing and music making, as well as some lovely real ales on the menu, and an open invitation for anyone to join in with a song or a story or on their chosen instrument. Keep an eye out for other special events at the iconic venue.
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