The Davy Lamp Folk Club… Special Event Jimmy’s Fiddle

A Story of Georgian/Victorian Tyneside through the eyes of ‘The Geordie Paganini’.

Saturday 7 March, from 7.30pm

James Hill was probably the most famous fiddler on Tyneside during the late Georgian and early Victorian periods. This story is a reflective account of his life, featuring James Hill’s own compositions, clog dancing and songs from the time.

Boasting two top virtuoso fiddle players Tom McConville (BBC Musician of the Year) and Stewart Hardy, and two fine North East singers Alan Fitzimmons and Jim Mageean, with clog dancing champion Natalie Reid, this is an amazing show to appeal to all. Don’t miss it!

No need to reserve tickets – just pay at the door.

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