The Return of Food from Sat 4 Feb

We are very pleased to announce that in collaboration with Ollie and Lauren Hunter of the Wheatsheaf – Chilton Foliat the return of food for Arts for Hungerford and Croft Films events. If you’ve been to the Wheatsheaf you know you are in for a treat, if not then go to

A vegetarian option will be available

The cost will be £8 per head and must be ordered 48hours before the event either online or at the Hungerford Bookshop

The initial menus are:

4/2 – Keralan Fish Curry, Poppadum, Rice, Coriander

17/2 – Morrocan Lamb Tagine, Couscous, Pomegranates, Yoghurt
or Moroccan Root Veg Tagine
18/2 Sausages, English Bean Stew, Broccoli, Bread
or  Goats Cheese, English Bean Stew, Broccoli, Bread

Sat 15 Oct – Faustus

The Multi Award Winning Folk trio

‘A blend of energy and musicianship that establishes this trio as one of Britain’s outstanding folk bands…[a] distinctive blend of subtlety and attack.’

**** The Guardian

‘The concept?  To rescue contemporary folk from the curse of feyness…

Bloke-folk!… Fans of Led Zep III should take a thoughtful interest.’

**** Independent On Sunday

‘[A] beautifully played set that encompasses everything that’s best in modern traditional music.’  Acoustic

‘English traditional songs played with great verve and no little imagination’

**** R2

Nominated in the 2009 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, the Faustus triumvirate are three of the leading lights of their generation: Saul Rose (Waterson:Carthy, Whapweazel), Benji Kirkpatrick (Seth Lakeman Band, Bellowhead) and Paul Sartin (Bellowhead, Belshazzar’s Feast). They have a plethora of experience between them, brought together here in a virtuosic display of musicianship and testosterone.  Rooted deeply in the English tradition, in 2007 they received a 75th Anniversary Award from the English Folk Dance and Song Society.

Buy Tickets

Included in the ticket price:   5.15-6.16pm       Workshop – an introduction to traditional folk music, with history, song dissection and participation