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.