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Sundial Sundays
The London Youth Folk Ensemble
Sundial Sundays

Sundial Sundays continue with a double bill of the London Youth Folk Ensemble alongside Irish band Meitheal Cheoil on Sunday 23 June from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.

Relax on the grass with a drink for an afternoon of live music – all completely free!

Led by Emily Askew and Ruairi Glasheen, the London Youth Folk Ensemble is a group of young people who create and perform amazing folk music together. They are based at Cecil Sharp House, the home of English Folk. LYFE will be joined by local Irish band Meitheal Cheoil, who are based in Holloway, for an afternoon of traditional folk tunes.

The London Youth Folk Ensemble are:

Lachlan Bastin, Juliet Beadle, Jeanne Brown, Katie Butler, Rowan Collinson, Aaron Cuthbertson, Elye Cuthbertson, Saul Cuthbertson, Lindsey Dawe, Elspeth Dawe, Gabriel Harvey, Raffy Harvey, Mina Hobson-Mazur, Mía Iles-Pérez, Francesca Kirby, Mary Lomas, Leo Long, Danny Marshall, Barney Marshall, Luke Rowe. Led by Emily Askew (lead), Ruairi Glasheen and Abigail Willer (trainee).


They will be performing:

The Butterfly / The Peacock Followed The Hen                   trad. English

If You Will Not Have Me You May Let Me Go                        trad. English

Tune in C                                                                                     trad. Kirtan

Bulgarian Red / Gazinty                                                            by Charlie McKerron / David Jones


Find out more about London Youth Folk Ensemble:

Sundial Sundays are back this summer!

The picturesque Tea Lawn outside Lauderdale House will be brought to life with free music every Sunday afternoon from 16 June to 21 July. Visitors can picnic on the Tea Lawn or grab a hot meal from the café while the live music provides the perfect atmospheric backdrop to a relaxing afternoon in the sun…

Sundial Sundays will feature an eclectic selection of homegrown Highgate talent, playing everything from jazz to indie and from folk to klezmer. All performances are free to attend and open to everyone!

See the list of upcoming concerts here.

Lauderdale House is very grateful to Voluntary Action Camden who have made Sundial Sundays possible by awarding us a Camden Community Festival Grant.