Tigerfolk Traditional Folk Club
meets on the first Sunday of every month at The Stumble Inn, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, NG10 1BD
(plus some other Sundays, when we have the chance of an extra special guest)
starting at 7.30 pm (yes, really).
History: the club was started in February 1991 by singer (and veteran of the UK Folk Scene) Roy Harris. When Roy moved to Cardiff, he left the club in the capable hands of a group of the residents. Most active of these was Andy Leith, a fine singer himself, whose sudden and tragically early death on New Year's Day, 2005, left us all in shock. Those of us running TATT today are dedicated to continuing the tradition started by these two friends: a club dedicated to supporting, sharing and promoting the very best in traditional folk music.
Our Policy is to book the artists that we enjoy listening to, have a good time and encourage all visitors to do the same!
Our idea of a good time involves singing, playing, listening to others do the same. If you sing and / or play and enjoy listening to the very best artists on the Folk Scene, come and join us.
To get some idea of what we mean by "the very best artists on the Folk Scene," take a look at our Programme page:
Membership involves a one-off payment of £5, which is for life; it means entrance to the club is generally £1 cheaper than to non-members.
Member or not, you can receive our monthly newsletter by e-mail by contacting Dave Sutherland.
For anything to do with this website - e.g. if you'd like us to link to your club or folk site (no links to individual artists unless they appear in our programme), then contact Corinne Male
For all other matters to do with the club contact John Bentham
To find out about our programme, how to find us or to read the latest edition of the newsletter, please follow the links in the Navigation Bar on the left of the page.
We look forward to seeing you on our next Sunday!