Oxfolk Brown Boots

Brown Boots is Will Allen on melodeon and Martin Clarke on fiddle. They have a fresh, inventive and whimsical take on traditional tunes, with a scattering of their own thrown in. Their musical background is rooted in dance music including morris, rapper and of course, ceilidh. Will plays with the ever-inventive Urban Folk Theory, while Martin plays with the sparkling Silver Street Ceilidh Band along with tonight’s guest Will Chamberlain on piano. The Brown Boots debut album ‘First Steps’ certainly brightened our 2020.
Erin Mansfield will be calling the dances. Erin's style is no-fuss clarity with enthusiasm and fun. She has a broad repertoire of dances from the British Isles and beyond which she calls at functions and festivals across the country.
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.
The dance will take place live in Zoom. Tickets are available from https://buytickets.at/oxfolkceilidhs

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For online events you only need to purchase one ticket per household/computer.
We offer three ticket types for this event:
- Standard ticket is the ‘normal’ price that we charge for the event
- Pay-a-bit-more is for those who can afford to. Maybe there are a number of you watching, or you would like to help support live music and our artists further
- Pay-a-bit-less is for those who find the standard ticket a bit of a stretch, for whatever reason
You can purchase whichever ticket you like. No questions asked. No proof of need required. You are all welcome. We want to make our events accessible to as many people as possible, 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.