6 Bells Folk & Blues Club

            Chiddingly, East Sussex

Folk & Blues on Tuesdays

Chris Mansell 22-7-14 

Above - The 6 Bells Folk & Blues host Chris Mansell playing with Rupert Cobb (below). Watch the video here.

The Six Bells Folk & Blues Club

Drop in and enjoy the warm, friendly, informal atmosphere at the 6 Bells on our fortnightly folk and blues music evenings. Bring an instrument and if you want to play you will normally get the chance. We welcome the accomplished and the beginner (well - the accomplished had to start somewhere, so why not the 6 Bells?).

The music is acoustic but enhanced by a modest sound desk to give you the all important support of a little amplification and reverb. The evenings are presented by the terrific blues guitarist Chris Mansell and friends.  Make sure you read Chris's blog for a flavour of what is in store.

What you play or sing is up to you. Evenings vary from classical piano, blues, country, folk, jazz - in fact, just about anything is acceptable, even poets are tolerated here.  If you just want to watch and listen then that's OK too, there is no pressure to perform and as all performers need an audience you will be equally appreciated. IMPORTANT - we don't all sit round in a circle!

The Six Bells is a great East Sussex pub with good food at prices everyone can afford so if you are hungry you can enjoy a meal before the music starts at about 8:30.

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Whats On?

16th September 2014

30th September 2014 - Featuring The Curst Sons.

14th October 2014 - Tonight features an extended set by Banjo Dave (still plenty of time for floor spots).

28th October 2014

11th November 2014 - Special "Beatles Night" come and sing songs by the fab four - host to be announced.

25th November 2014

9th December 2014 - The Folk Club Xmas Party/Councillor Roy's Memorial Event with the Skarlettos playing the second half of the evening.


 13th January 2015 - First Folk Club of the New Year.