The critically acclaimed From Pub to Pulpit tour has wowed full houses at more than twenty Cathedrals and Festivals, celebrating Ralph Vaughan Williams’ 150th birthday. Camden Town will be the only Central London venue of the year-long tour.
Leeds,Huddersfield and Holmfirth's significant influence on Ralph Vaughan Williams will be celebrated in June at two special events to get people of all ages singing in Huddersfield and Leeds to celebrate his 150tH birthday.
Broomdasher release their third album this month, to celebrate the 150th birthday of Ralph Vaughan Williams and their From Pub to Pulpit Cathedral tour.
Thousands of voices will raise the roofs of Cathedrals and Churches around the country this year as Broomdasher and Coracle continue their From Pub to Pulpit tour.
Hundreds of singers across the country are set to join Broomdasher and Coracle in a rousing concert tour of Cathedrals, when they’ll turn folk songs into hymns to celebrate Ralph Vaughan Williams’ 150th birthday.
The world premiere of a composition to celebrate the 150th birthday of Ralph Vaughan Williams takes place at All Saints Church in his home village of Down Ampney as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations on Friday 3 June.
Acapella folk group Broomdasher, multi-instrumental trio Coracle, twenty cathedral organists and choirs, community choirs and concert audiences will turn folk songs into hymns in a flagship nationwide tour celebrating the 150th birthday of Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Camden acapella folk group Broomdasher plan to literally raise the roof of St Michael’s Church in Camden on Saturday 11 December when they perform there.
All proceeds from the performance of their Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady Musical show are going towards repairs at the church, on Camden High Street, where they regularly rehearse.
The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady author Edith Holden’s 150th Birthday weekend on 24 to 26 September will be celebrated with Midland performances of a new musical and the release of a CD in her honour.
Brooomdasher’s acclaimed musical celebrating The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady author Edith Holden’s 150th birthday begins it’s rescheduled tour at Keats Library on Saturday 3rd July as part of the Hampstead Arts festival.
Broomdsher’s tour of their critically acclaimed musical based on Edith Holden’s Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady – The Country Diary in Song – has been rescheduled for 2021 because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Broomdasher’s musical show celebrating The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady author Edith Holden had a sell-out audience on their feet singing at its premiere in Olton, Solihull on Saturday (7 March).
Broomdasher will premiere their new folk musical commemorating the centenary of The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady author Edith Holden’s death, in Solihull on 7 March, before it tours to venues featured in her best-selling book.
Broomdasher start their Autumn Festival tour this weekend, returning to The South Downs Folk Festival at Bognor Regis on Saturday 21 September.
Broomdasher begin their Festival Season this Saturday afternoon with a performance at Leigh Folk Festival.
Acapella folk group Broomdasher will mark the centenary of Percy Grainger's "English Country Garden" with a special show at Middle Temple Garden on Sunday 9 June as part of London Open Squares weekend.
An exciting and emotional return to Yorkshire awaits acapella folk group Broomdasher when they join local hero Ray Hearne, Singing in Unity at Doncaster Little Theatre on 30 March at 8pm.
Broomdasher will start 2019 at the free Apple Yowling Ceremony at the Ferry Boat Inn, Ferry Lane, Walthamstow on Saturday 19 January.
Broomdasher return to “The Y” at Central YMCA in Great Russell Street, London with a show to celebrate the Harvest on Thursday 20 September at 7pm.
Broomdasher will launch their debut CD “Nothing To Do With Me” at the South Downs Folk Festival on 22 September.
Broomdasher had such a wonderful time on their South Downs Folk Festival debut that they’re coming back – and this year will lead the Big Sing of Sussex Songs with local choirs as well as performing their own sets
Broomdasher, a London-based acapella group singing traditional English Folk Songs, will bring a touch of the countryside to the city with their special "Garden Set" at Arlington Square Vicarage as part of London National Open Gardens on 17 June.
Broomdasher, a London-based acapella group singing traditional English Folk Songs, will bring a touch of the countryside to the city with their special “Garden Set” at Manchester Square as part of London Open Squares Weekend on 10 June.
Broomdasher come out of hibernation on Tuesday 20 March to “Wake Up The Sun” on the Spring Equinox at Central YMCA in Great Russell Street, London at 7.30pm.
Broomdasher are rehearsing for their first London headlining gig at The Harrison next Tuesday (10 October) buoyed by the enthusiastic support of Coope Boyes and Simpson, who they supported at the trio’s last ever London show this week.
Broomdasher will have the wind in their sails at the South Downs Folk Festival this weekend after John Tams’s resounding endorsement of their newly arranged version of two of his songs especially chosen by him for Bognor.
Broomdasher will bring a seafaring treat to the South Downs Folk Festival this month when they sing two songs that have been “gifted” to them by John Tams, especially for their performances at the Festival.