Postponements & cancellations due to COVID-19

If you hold tickets to an event postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, please be aware our Box Office phone lines are not available at this time.

Rest assured your tickets are protected and we will contact you in due course about your options for a refund or, where available, re-booking to another date.

Please be patient and wait to be contacted. We are working through a significant backlog and will contact you in due course. If you still need to contact Box Office, please send an email to and we will respond as we are able.


All the artists featured in the Black Fen Folk Club concert have their roots firmly in the Black Fen folk club which meets every Sunday in the NCI club, Holland St and, when not performing elsewhere, take part regularly in our Open Stage evenings. 
In addition to our club regulars we will also be inviting a group of musicians from the Black Fen main bar tune sessions on Thursday and Friday to open the concert and three or more artists chosen from those who come along to our Flowergarden singarounds on Saturday and Sunday. 
3.50pm - 6.50pm
Line Up:
Black Fen Session Band - 15.50 - 17.10
Naomi Randall - 16.15 - 16.35
When FRoots said back in 2014 that ‘Randall possesses a truly classic English voice – comparable with the very best’ they were not exaggerating. That ‘voice’ has continued to develop and when backed by her own very competent guitar work is truly unique. 
Tim Mellor - 17.25 - 17.45
Time Mellor is equally at home with Northumbrian smallpipes, guitar, melodeon or singing ‘acapella’. Most of his songs and tunes are based on traditional folk songs from the British Isles but include a few of his own compositions reflecting contemporary issues and themes. 
Maisie Blades -17.50 - 18.10
Maisie Blades have been entertaining together at Black Fen Open Stage evenings for the last year, developing into a group with a pleasant mid-atlantic feel.
Cambridge and Walker - 18.15 - 18.45

Cambridge and Walker formed in 2016 when they realised a mutual love of old songs and harmony singing. David and Jenna, accompanied by guitars and squeezeboxes, have performed extensively in East Anglia and have become firm favourites on the local scene with their sets being described as ‘exquisite’ and ‘stunning’. 2019 sees them adding their first self-penned songs to the mix of traditional and contemporary favourites and recording their first album later in the year.

Broadcast and media partners