Written by David Rogers
Please note #LivetoYourLivingRoom events, previously listed on the Folk Weekend Oxford website, now have their own website: https://livetoyourlivingroom.com
If you want to receive email notification of events you need to register on this new site to join the email list.
#LiveToYourLivingRoom also has a facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LiveToYourLR
Events currently scheduled for the rest of 2020:
Dec 2nd - Morai
Dec 3rd - Big Band Ceilidh Tunes Workshop 4
Dec 4th - Les Barker
Dec 6th - A Brief History of Christmas
Dec 9th - Swan and Dyers Winter Warmer
Dec 10th - Big Band Ceilidh Tunes Workshop 5
Dec 12th - Winter Wonderland
Dec 13th - Sarah Mathews Fiddle Workshop
Dec 13th - Melrose Quartet
Dec 16th - A Winter Union
Dec 19th - Doug Eunson and Sarah Mathews
Dec 20th - Nick Pope - Family Christmas Special
Details of all events is to be found at https://livetoyourlivingroom.com/events/
Written by David Rogers
Climax Ceilidh Band are a high energy dance band. They have been making dance floors tremble at festivals and ceilidhs for more than 15 years, and putting smiles on the faces & feet of dancers all over the country. They have evolved into a three-piece of driving rhythms from accordion & stomp box, the raw power of sax & pipes, and soaring solos of the guitars & mandolin. The Climax Ceilidh Band experience is truly outstanding.
Joining them is Hannah Moore, also an outstanding caller. Her relaxed and approachable style combined with a real love for a depth of knowledge about dancing means we're in for a fantastic night!
Oxfolk's online ceilidhs are brilliant for people of all ages and we love to see the inventive and joyous dancing from the families, groups of housemates, solo dancers and couples that join us for an evening of collective fun.
Details of how to access the event will be in your ticket confirmation. Please make sure you check your spam or junk email folders if you don't receive it straight away, and contact us if there are problems.
We are offering three ticket types for this event:
- Standard ticket is the ‘normal’ price that we would charge for the event
- Pay a bit more is for those who can afford to, and would like to help support live music and our artists
- Pay a bit less is for those who would find the standard ticket a bit of a stretch, for whatever reason.
You can purchase whichever ticket you like - you don’t need to give a reason, and you won’t be asked for any proof of need. For online events you only need to purchase one ticket per household/computer.
We want to make our events more accessible to more people, and to allow those who would happily pay a bit more to do so easily, helping us to subsidise tickets for those who can’t afford them.