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Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005

GUEST,Help 01 Aug 05 - 05:23 AM
Alio 01 Aug 05 - 05:40 AM
The Villan 01 Aug 05 - 05:58 AM
manitas_at_work 01 Aug 05 - 06:44 AM
GUEST,Raggytash 01 Aug 05 - 06:45 AM
GUEST 01 Aug 05 - 06:52 AM
buttonbox 01 Aug 05 - 06:57 AM
GUEST,Raggytash 01 Aug 05 - 07:11 AM
Splott Man 01 Aug 05 - 07:36 AM
Susan of DT 01 Aug 05 - 08:10 AM
manitas_at_work 01 Aug 05 - 08:12 AM
LesB 01 Aug 05 - 09:15 AM
buttonbox 01 Aug 05 - 10:11 AM
GUEST 01 Aug 05 - 10:26 AM
buttonbox 01 Aug 05 - 11:37 AM
Tig 01 Aug 05 - 12:33 PM
R. Padgett 01 Aug 05 - 12:56 PM
GUEST 02 Aug 05 - 03:41 AM
gnomad 02 Aug 05 - 05:16 AM
GUEST 02 Aug 05 - 08:00 AM
GUEST,Raggytash 02 Aug 05 - 08:14 AM
Grab 02 Aug 05 - 08:19 AM
GUEST,Fritha 02 Aug 05 - 08:38 AM
GUEST 02 Aug 05 - 09:14 AM
GUEST,Muppett 02 Aug 05 - 09:17 AM
Paco Rabanne 02 Aug 05 - 09:32 AM
Les from Hull 02 Aug 05 - 10:25 AM
GUEST,Raggytash 02 Aug 05 - 10:47 AM
R. Padgett 02 Aug 05 - 11:24 AM
GUEST 02 Aug 05 - 11:46 AM
Les from Hull 02 Aug 05 - 11:53 AM
Raggytash 02 Aug 05 - 01:33 PM
R. Padgett 02 Aug 05 - 01:43 PM
GUEST 02 Aug 05 - 04:48 PM
R. Padgett 02 Aug 05 - 05:07 PM
Gillie 02 Aug 05 - 08:26 PM
GUEST,Geoff Lawes 03 Aug 05 - 12:29 PM
Gillie 03 Aug 05 - 03:20 PM
Michael 03 Aug 05 - 03:58 PM
Eric the Viking 03 Aug 05 - 05:50 PM
treewind 03 Aug 05 - 05:55 PM
vectis 03 Aug 05 - 06:21 PM
Rattler 03 Aug 05 - 07:27 PM
GUEST,One who likes to help 03 Aug 05 - 08:30 PM
GUEST 04 Aug 05 - 03:25 PM
R. Padgett 05 Aug 05 - 02:01 PM
The Unicorn Man 05 Aug 05 - 04:01 PM
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Subject: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Help
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 05:23 AM

Anyone out there going?

Where are the best places for camping please?


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Alio
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 05:40 AM

We can't go unless we can find somewhere to stay for a couple of nights - unlikely probably!! A shame, cos we missed it last year.

Ali


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: The Villan
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 05:58 AM

I wish I could afford it. I would be there like a shot.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: manitas_at_work
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 06:44 AM

I'll be there along with young Limpit. I'm going as a member of East Saxon Sword.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Raggytash
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 06:45 AM

Camping will be at a premium this year, Stoupes Cross the nearest site to town is NOT taking any tents or touring caravans and Whitby Holidat Park the adjoining one is not taking tents. Ali, call me tonight I might be able to get you a room (no promises)


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 06:52 AM

Thanks, any more campsite recommendations please?


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: buttonbox
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 06:57 AM

There is a festival campsite for season ticket holders only and several commercial campites in area but not within walking distance other than possibly Stoop Cross, Whitby Holiday Village (ex Haven) Sandsend (?caravans only) .some illicit (but every year) camping in small tents in Whitby Abbey carpark)
Other sites possibly cycleable from if fit as very hilly!
If you have a non drinking driver available drive in & park up for the day - free parking not easy but public carparks probably won't be full at 9am!

tourist information should be able to provide list of campsites

Arguably the best festival of the lot, I have been going every year for about 25 years

festival info at www.folkwhitby@freeserve.co.uk




see you there
BB


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Raggytash
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 07:11 AM

Hi Buttonbox ....... just to reiterate Stoupes Cross are NOT taking tents or touring caravans and Whitby Holiday Park are NOT taking tents. Info correct as at this last weekend


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Splott Man
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 07:36 AM

I'll be there as usual with Pat Spoons working in the creche. Watch out for lots of small* farm animals in the Friday parade (*and possibly weird if the Ducklings have anything to do with it).

Splott Man


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Susan of DT
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 08:10 AM

Dick Greenhaus and I will be there.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: manitas_at_work
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 08:12 AM

What's the children's side of the festival (if any) like? Can children be left at events or must an adult be present? I don't want to have to drag Limpit around with me all day, she's 9 and quite well-behaved but is going to get really bored watching me sword dancing.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: LesB
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 09:15 AM

Hi Manitas,
bored watching sword dancing? surely not. I might get to the sword workshop, a bit of a timetable clash earlier on, this year the N/W workshop & the Rapper workshop clash, (they usually follow each other).
We bite the bullet & buy a season ticket, so we can camp at Stakesby School. The performers /dance sides usually camp at the Community College, but this year there is no camping there, so they will be camping at Eskdale School.
There seems to be a lot of stuff for kids, (I don't know the details never having had any myself), Keef's Kids Club shuld not be missed, just because it's Keith Donnely.
Cheers
Les (a Southport Sword)


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: buttonbox
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 10:11 AM

plenty of childrens stuff depending on age /ability & interests ,including workshops and usually a childrens orchestra & yes children can be left at these events and most enjoy geting shut of parents! Programmes can be ordered by post & will have full info
bb


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 10:26 AM

Which are the best pubs for the various sessions, official and un-official (non-programmed) bearing in mind the Sam Smiths issues?
Thanks


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: buttonbox
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 11:37 AM

lead musicians sessions every day at conservative club bar, Fishermans rowing club, Middle Earth and Fleece .Each session has diferent leader on different days giving veriety e.g. George Garside does his easy going 'well known tunes at a steady pace' sessions in the midle earth on tues & thurs , other sessions   are generaly faster but usualy none are over fast.Led sessions lunch time 1-3pm   and teatime 5 -7pm

informal - Elsinore every evening musicians session which has been going for years.plus several others.All led sesions in programme
bb


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Tig
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 12:33 PM

We are intending being there for the second half of the week - never been brave enough/could afford the full one.

Anybody wishing Mudcat badges etc please PM me (The Badger forgets to check his) early so that we can bring them with us. We don't bring the stall but may well have the *small* selection of other badges/scrolls with us.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: R. Padgett
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 12:56 PM

The most important fringe event is that in the Tap and Spile, followed closely by the Endeavour

Many Catters attend from all over UK, one of best singarounds in UK for English based song (also Aussies abound) and usual visits from booked guests looking for a good sing!

The Tap normally has Harrogate persons Roy Hardacre and Ray Black and umpteen other musicians; tends to be English melodeons, fiddles and guitars and concertinas whistles etc

The room on the right is infamous; has been inplace 10 years + as a singing venue mainly trad ish unacompanied but not solely. Instituted by me (Ray Padgett + John Booker and Judy Knight aka Lady Alfraeda) Jude now officiates as Mc largely. Landlord/lady Peter and Cherry Fleming very folk friendly and a normal venue for live music year round.

Jim McDonald, Brid Widder, The Ducks to name a few Catters usually around somwhere ~ need some Catters badges (see Saltburn thread also)

Also Hull contingent tend to frequent Endeavour Landlord/Lady Big John and Rose folkies before they took the pub. I have been told they may be leaving for warmer climes sometime ~ Les and Maggie Catters found there normally

These pubs are likely to be heaving due to the loss of the Plough back yard!


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 03:41 AM

Well I'm looking forward to this more and more each day.

If the above pubs tend to get full where will people be going?


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: gnomad
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 05:16 AM

Guest 03.41: Hard to be specific, I should say amble about a bit and follow your ears.

Few pubs will be free of the folk crowd, but whether there will be any activity will depend upon the crowd, the time of day, and above all on the landlord/lady.

Luckily there are numerous pubs in a relatively small compass, and most of them welcome the festival with enthusiasm.

Have a good time, I plan to.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 08:00 AM


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Raggytash
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 08:14 AM

Oy Raymond ! The Tap & Spile the most important fringe venue ! That's blatant self aggrandisement that is. the will be many other venues with a wide range of music & songs on offer, free gratis and for nothing. Personally I think the train to Glaisdale on Sunday lunchtime is possibly the best session of the week !


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Grab
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 08:19 AM

We'll be along (me and Emma). We're Whitby virgins so be gentle with us! ;-) We've got season tickets and camping, so that's easy at least. Haven't ordered our programmes yet so I don't know what's on, but no doubt it'll be good.

Look forward to meeting up with you all in a few weeks anyway.

Graham.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Fritha
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 08:38 AM

well i've been there every year since i was born (14th year this year) and I have to say it's amazing. Loadsa stuff for kids to do and the clog workshop is always amazing *clogs provided* so I would definately take kids along to that theres a total beginners bit (led by May Cheadle)and an intermediate bit (led by Bella Hardy of the Park and Ola) that we've added on the side so is well worth it as is the whistle workshop either beginner or intermediate which are also led by May Cheadle! Sessions I would definately say Tap and Spile and if they're full head to the toilets - always sessions going on in there! If you're doing workshops more than sessions and ceilidh-ing though a season ticket is well worth it especially 'cause you get the campsite and don't have to sort that out yourself! xx


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 09:14 AM

My Daughter is due her 2nd child in the middle of folk week (yep going to be a Grandad again), so not sure when I'll be over.
Raggy is the Sunday train trip inland on again, if so what are the details, just in case I'm around.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Muppett
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 09:17 AM

OOPS THAT LAST ENTRY WAS ME (MUPPETT)


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Paco Rabanne
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 09:32 AM

See you in the Arncliffe on sunday then chaps!


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Les from Hull
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 10:25 AM

Maggie and I are hoping to be with you in Glaisdale on the Sunday. Our bus gets into Whitters at 12 noon. What time to train to Glaisdale? Or where do we go when we get there?


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Raggytash
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 10:47 AM

From memory the train leaves whitby at 12.36 arriving Glaisdale 13.04, last train back leaves Glaisdale 14.16 arriving Whitby just before 4.44ish. This all takes place on Sunday 21 August and is for the discerning folkie !
As last year we will have a raffle to rias efunds for the Runswick Bay Rescue Boat (any donations of prises will be gratefully accepted) and to this we will add the cash we raised in a whip round in the Black Horse last Sunday, about £30 - not actually counted it yet. A great big thank you to all those there who contributed.

Incidentally Muppett you should inform your daughter that having children during folk week is unacceptable and she should forego the pleasures during December just to make sure it doesn't happen again


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: R. Padgett
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 11:24 AM

Nah then Raggytash

The Tap and Spile singaround is famous Worldwide and certainly mentioned in dispatches as being one of the very best singing sessions in the UK ~ rivalling Sidmouth singarounds

Visit the Tap and you will be astounded at the folkie famous who drop in even Malcolm Storey has been known to visit

Nowadays I tend to drop in and out, as the room gets far too full,
I don't doubt the merits of other happening during the week and of course it is each to his own for enjoyment

You will of course find me singing every where I feel inclined and musicians and singers always seem to go their own way

Booker and me have been attending some 35 years and spent many hours encouraging other singers to sing

We have seen people come and go in many different ways and are left with many memories

The pastime is painless and enjoyable and long may it be so, PELs
and beauracy permitting

I am not there for self centred reasons,and many years I haven't been able to get into the Friday finale; I like to listen and have done so at very many singarounds throughout the country, as well as taking my turn

I do not however believe in rudderless singarounds and free for alls in open pub rooms, Mcing is difficult to maintain democracy

Such a room is the singers room at the Tap, now in the capable hands of Judy Knight helped by the likes of Jim McDonald, Ken Johnson, Maggie, Rob and a few others who know how to run such happenings

Ray Padgett


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 11:46 AM

"The Tap and Spile singaround is famous Worldwide and certainly mentioned in dispatches as being one of the very best singing sessions in the UK ~ rivalling Sidmouth singarounds"


Strooooooth…..don't let the Sidmouth threads hear you say that they will never be off this thread.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Les from Hull
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 11:53 AM

I suppose the only people who would be able to tell would be people who've been to both on many occasions. I've not been to Sidmouth. Anyway, who says it's a competition? As long as people are having fun, who cares? But I will put in a small word of appreciation for th'organiser. Ta, Jude.

Thanks Raggy for the Glaisdale info - it looks like we might be able to join you. We've got a fresh tube of Evostik!


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Raggytash
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 01:33 PM

Raymond me owd luv, me tongue wuz firmly stuck in me cheek, ay an' not the one on me arse


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: R. Padgett
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 01:43 PM

Good for you didn't know you were a contortionist anyway!

You have to blow yer own trumpet occasionally, the one in the mouth I mean!

be happy!

Ray


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 04:48 PM

I assume all Sam Smiths houses are still silent.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: R. Padgett
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 05:07 PM

Very likely and EMPTY and lifeless folk week

The death of a Public house?


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Gillie
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 08:26 PM

Possib. SAD Sigh.............


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,Geoff Lawes
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 12:29 PM

"Guest-Help ", You could get free camping on one of the official campsites if you volunteer to steward - plus free entry to any other event when you are not working (can you really call it"work "collecting ticket money and then sitting in a concert that you would want to be in anyway??)I can`t give you a contact for it because I am at present in Kyoto (waiting for my washing to dry) but if you express an interest there is bound to be a Mudcatter who will come up with Malcolm or Elaine`s e-mail address


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Gillie
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 03:20 PM

http://www.folkwhitby.co.uk/Stewards%20-%20Volunteers.htm

http://www.folkwhitby.co.uk/Stewards%20-%20Volunteers.htm

Try this Clicky to volunteer for stewarding


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Michael
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 03:58 PM

GUEST Help:
We have camped (not for festival, have season tickets)at Broadings Farm - 01947 601542.
It's on Guisborough Road, about 2 miles out of town and not expensive.

Mike


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Eric the Viking
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 05:50 PM

If I could get to Whitby for just one day, excluding the weekends, which day should I choose please?


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: treewind
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 05:55 PM

Whichever day is easiest for you. It'll all be good!

We'll* be there again - I think we're performing every day, which is against Malcolm's usual rule (one day off) but only one or two events per day so fair enough.

Anahata
*(MH&A)


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: vectis
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 06:21 PM

Liz and I are hoping to be there as usual. Keep a seat in the T&S warm for me.
Mary


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Rattler
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 07:27 PM

Camping - Cross Butts Farm on the A171 Guisborough Rd (approx 1 1/2 miles) has been an alternative campsite in recent years - might well do so this year with the demand - sorry, no phone no.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST,One who likes to help
Date: 03 Aug 05 - 08:30 PM

Broadings is probably the best bet for camping.

The festival has a full complement of stewards.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: GUEST
Date: 04 Aug 05 - 03:25 PM


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: R. Padgett
Date: 05 Aug 05 - 02:01 PM

Anyone made any alternative plans for Whitby pubs now that the Plough is off limits?

Tap and Spile
Jolly Sailor
Endeavour
Middle Earth
Elsinore
Black Horse
Fleece
Wellington
George
Board
Duke of York
Shambles

Anyone know any others and ifs and buts??
Folkie friendly


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: The Unicorn Man
Date: 05 Aug 05 - 04:01 PM

Where is and what is "The Middle Earth" pub like?


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: R. Padgett
Date: 05 Aug 05 - 05:13 PM

Hy Martin

You need to be on the Church Street side of Whitby [Abbey steps SIDE]
find the Endeavour and just keep walking on that side of the road and you will encounter the Middle Earth 5 mins walk ish harbourside

The Middle Earth is in the row of houses/other property, has some accommodation quite large open dark main room gets full of musicians bit off the beaten track

Likely has some fest workshops eg musicians
Popular evenings
Ray


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: Rattler
Date: 05 Aug 05 - 05:30 PM

Jo & Mo's Marathon singarounds have moved to the rifle Club "Office" this year. Another pub that may be friendly to folkies is the "First in, Last out" (I think it's Park Terrace, behind the Hospital) There have been weekly sessions there.


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Subject: RE: Whitby Folk Week Aug 20 2005
From: LesB
Date: 05 Aug 05 - 05:32 PM

Hi Martin, George Garside does his Slow & Steady sessions there. The 'Elsinore' has sessions every night, also 'The Lunchtime Legends' do 2-3 hrs of rock n roll there on Wed lunchtime. The 'Lunchtime Legends' being Alison Younger, vocals, (Mrs Ackroyd Band)in her persona of 'Candy Rell', Chris Harvey, Keyboards (Mrs Ackroyd Band / Strawhead), Clive Pownceby, Drums (Bothy organiser / M C), Nev Grundy, Guitar/vocals,(Bothy resident). Get there early to see the surprise warm up act, (if the coastguard can find him in time!)
Cheers
Les


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