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We meet on the first Sunday of the month at 7.00, finishing around 10.15pm. Singing starts at 7.30ish 



intense and intimate nights with great singers and musicians!

Our residents are Sarah and Ian and the 7 piece harmony group Shötley Crüe, followed by floor singers. Put your name down on the list at the door if you want to sing.

Our guest singers and musicians will do 2 sets, the first starting shortly after 8pm.  

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We are upstairs at The Castle pub, 280 Crystal Palace Road, East Dulwich, SE22 9JH

The pub is a 20 mins walk from East Dulwich station or get a bus to Crystal Palace Road. Parking is a lot easier on Sunday!


ENTRANCE is usually £10, pay on the door. 





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Our events are organised by and are responsibility of Dulwich Folk, not The Castle Pub

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Monthly Folk night in Dulwich


The Wilderness Yet are fiercely talented musicians who blend traditional songs with their own songs to focus on the essential importance of the natural world. They are singer Rosie Hodgson, traditional fiddler Rowan Piggott, and guitarist-flautist Philippe Barnes. Taking their name from a poem by Manley-Hopkins, (let them be left, oh let them be left, long live the weeds and the wilderness yet) expect songs about the countryside, threatened species and murder ballads and traditional tunes too!


Rosie and Phillippe were part of the London Irish band CrossHarbour and Rowan learnt his music in Clare. Rosie and Rowan both have albums of their own and Rowan organised the Songhive project whose songs highlight the threat to bees from pesticide use.

A band whose time has come!



Doors 7pm

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On Sunday December 5th we welcome The Wilderness Yet to Dulwich Folk!


2 January – ELLIE GOWERS

A really exceptional young singer, described by Shrewsbury festival as having an "exquisite voice and unique vocal style that was absolutely mesmerising”. www.elliegowersmusic.com


6 February- EWAN MACDONALD and ALASTAIR CAPLIN - An after Burns night hosted by Andy Clark.

Ewan and Alastair are stalwarts of the Scottish mega group the Band of Burns. Expect seriously beautiful fiddle, and amazing Scots gaelic singing. Andy is going to keep the rest of the evening as Scottish as possible! 


6 March – REG MEUROSS   

Reg's legendary output covers an enormous range including serious songs, love songs, protest songs and funny songs. Now he’s singing traditional songs! Get here early for a great night.



...more coming soon!