Upcoming Shows


We host live events across the South of England, if you're looking for listings for our music venue The Folklore Rooms specifically, then click below.


Folklore Monthly Showcase

January 18th

The Folklore Rooms

Free Entry

Once a month we bring three of our favourite artists to our home, The Folklore Rooms.

Having run since September 2014, Folklore has become a staple of the Brighton music scene having hosted over 200 different artists and bands including; Passenger, Bess Atwell, George Ogilvie, Phil Cook, Chloe Foy, Junior Brother, Jacko Hooper, Willy Tea Taylor, Katherine Priddy, The Xcerts and many, many more.

Free entry, doors are at 7.30PM and the first 60 people to arrive will have entry to the show - So arrive early!


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Charlotte Carpenter

February 5th

The Folklore Rooms

£7 / £9

"a distinctively different kind of singer/songwriter sound, and one that makes for an enthralling listen." 
Line of Best Fit


"Charlotte Carpenter is a storyteller, an artist capable of applying an enormous impact." 
Clash Magazine


Charlotte Carpenter is the perfect embodiment of independence, acclaimed by Total Guitar, Best Fit, Clash, NME, Consequence of Sound alongside BBC Introducing, 2 and 6 Music.


With a growing number of releases under her wing alongside heavy touring with the likes of Marika Hackman, Liz Lawrence, Eliza Shaddad and Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Charlotte has brought herself to the forefront of alternative singer/songwriters. Charlotte has appeared at Boardmasters, Moseley Folk, Dot To Dot, Belladrum, Barn On The Farm as well as festivals and tours across Lithuania, Portugal, Spain, Belgium and Germany.


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Amelia Coburn

March 19th

The Folklore Rooms

£10 / £12

Since being nominated for the Young Folk Awards, Amelia has travelled the world as part of her language studies and performance commitments. Extended stays in France, Mexico and Russia have informed her highly evocative and spellbinding original songs which draw on European folk and gypsy-jazz influences.


Although initially known for her exquisite intepretations of less-travelled new wave and pop songs from the likes of The Specials, Elton John, Dexys and Sparks she has taken some of this energy and artfulness into her own songs and particularly in her highly lyrical, narrative style and subject matter. From vengeful widows, sleep paralysis, mutinous pirates and Mexican street food to poetic tales of bittersweet romance and more she is not your run-of-the-mill writer and her gift for timeless-yet-inventive melody is truly world class. 



S. T. Manville | Elkyn

March 30th

The Folklore Rooms

£7 / £9

S.T. Manville is a singer-songwriter from the Midlands UK. He has written and produced for artists such as Burna Boy, Mabel, Mø, and Jaykae to name a few.

After some time away from the music industry he returned in 2019 with his most personal musical offerings, released under his own name. Since then, Manville has clocked up over 3 million streams, been supported by BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, DIY Mag, i-d Magazine, Kerrang! and more, performed at Dot to Dot and Handmade Festival as well as supported Frank Turner.

elkyn has announced his debut album ‘holy spirit social club’.  Set for release via Curation Records on 18th March 2022, ‘holy spirit social club’ sees elkyn aka Joey Donnelly put his uncensored inner dialogue on paper, bravely airing the thoughts most wouldn’t dare expose. Whether that’s hurtful messages to one’s self, vague and elusive memories or lingering lessons from childhood, it’s all here on ‘holy spirit social club’, unfiltered and searingly honest. 

“elkyn’s uniquely visceral and vulnerable performances have a special way of packing emotion into small and vast spaces”, 

Atwood Magazine


“Music that fans of Elliott Smith or Villagers would fall for, Joseph Donnelly’s willingness to leave himself open means his songs connect right with the heart”, 

Secret Meeting



Luca Wilding

April 27th

The Hope & Ruin

£10 / £12

On 'Book Of Fate', Luca Wilding further perfects his craft of life-affirming folk music. Drawing on the work of pioneers like Leonard Cohen and Adrianne Lenker, Wilding endeavours to follow in the footsteps of those mighty mavericks through his demanding and wholly original approach to songwriting. The new EP follows on from Wilding's 2020 debut release 'To', as rapturously received by CLASH, Atwood and Beats Per Minute.

Having sold out his first show in Brighton at The Folklore Rooms, we bring Luca back to the city this year at The Hope & Ruin.


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Tommy Alexander

October 14th

The Folklore Rooms

£7 / £9

Tommy Alexander is doing it all and doing it all very well. After self-releasing his brilliant alt-Country LP Waves in 2020, Alexander found his record on numerous end of the year lists, including nods from KEXP and Magnet Magazine. By this point it is clear that Alexander has established himself as a facet of the indie music world from his impressive and burgeoning booking agency, Pilot Light Booking, to his own musical outpouring. Alexander pens timeless songs with a powerful and dynamic voice and an evolved grasp on dense and concise lyrical design.

Tommy & co. have been fortunate to share the stage with inspiring artists like; Michael McDonald, Big Thief, Chaka Khan, Mac Demarco, Adrianne Lenker, People Under The Stairs, & more..




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