Folk at the Farm is at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm Museum on July 20th 2019 from 10am until 7pm.
Folk at the Farm is a Shropshire Folklore Story and Music Festival. There will be a Folklore Trail celebrating Shropshire words.
There will be be music in the meadows, beer in the barn and activities that all the family can get involved with around at Folk at the Farm.
There will be traditional crafters demonstrating their skills and selling their wares. Their will be have ago sessions as well.
Whalebone with Jean Atkins will be performing Understories, a fusion of music and poetry.
Men from Off, Janie Mitchell and Free Born Rising will provide more music and some performers will be wandering round and providing entertainment.
Storytellers will telling stories for young and old, these include Cath Edwards, Andy Harrop and Sal Tonge.
There will be dancing from Ledbury Morris and poetry from Kate Innes and Carol Forester.
Folk at the Farm is a great chance to celebrate our diverse, music, poetry, storytelling and much more.
Advance bookings for adults are £15 and a Family ticket is £30. Information and tickets available at www.folk.co.uk or www.tickettailor.com/events/folk1
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