Saturday 3 March 2018 featuring Bird In The Belly plus floor spots 

Our guest act for March is newly formed folk band Bird In The Belly. 

The group is formed of solo artist Jinnwoo, traditional folk duo Hickory Signals, multi-instrumentalist and producer Tom Pryor, and visual artist and musician Epha Roe. Together they have spent the last 12 months recording songs and stories that have either never before been recorded or are rarely recorded – all set to contemporary folk music, in the hopes of reintroducing these songs back into the folk canon.

There will of course be floor spots too! Those wishing to perform should come along at 7.30pm to put your name on the list. We welcome performers from all corners of the folk spectrum! 

Doors 7.30pm, music starts at 8pm. Entry £5.

Upstairs at The Selkirk, 60 Selkirk Road, Tooting Broadway, London SW17 0ES 


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Singer & guitarist from the Midlands, now based in North Norfolk, Gemma’s arrangements of traditional songs emphasise the universal stories and themes found in folk traditions and sensitively draw out the richness and beauty of the old melodies. Her voice is captivating, stunning and unique.

Saturday 6 January 2018 – featuring Kieran Towers & Charlotte Carrivick plus floor spots

Playing and singing tunes and songs from the Appalachian mountains of North America, Kieran’s fiddle weaves and pulses around Charlotte’s intricate banjo, mandolin and guitar. Their debut album of traditional and original instrumentals recieved high praise across the board, with their live set also containing a selection of traditional old time songs as well.

December – CLOSED – Back 6th Jan with Kieran Towers & Charlotte Carrivick!

Please note we are not running a TOOTING FOLK night in December. The next one is Saturday 6th January and we have Kieran Towers & Charlotte Carrivick as guest act! Plus floor spots.

Last minute change! Magic City Trio as guest act Sat 14 October 

Due to a last minute illness our booked guest act has had to pull out, however we are mighty pleased to have Magic City Trio instead! 

Saturday 14 October featuring Oka Vanga plus floor spots


Whether singing, playing guitar, ukulele or mandolin , Angela Meyer & William Cox’s relaxed banter and gift for story telling  makes their music both interesting and memorable.  Their much anticipated second album ‘Dance of the Copper Trail’ (2017) is being hailed as their best work yet.

There will of course be floor spots too, so come along sing a song! We welcome performers from all corners of the folk spectrum. It is advisable to arrive at 7:30pm to put your name on the list.

Doors 7:30pm, music starts at 8pm. Upstairs at The Selkirk, 60 Selkirk Road, London SW17 0ES. Nearest tube Tooting Broadway on the Northern Line.

Entry £5.


Well, the sun was shining, we had fantastic acts playing on the main stage, and sessions in full swing in the beer hall! Thanks to all the wonderful acts and session players, and all you lovely people who came along. A few snaps: