Tickets £9
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John Conolly Monday 20th March 2017 'Fiddlers Green' has often been introduced as a traditional song but it was, of course, written by John Conolly in 1966. Since then he has been a stalwart of the Grimsby, Lincolnshire and UK folk scenes, contributing many more classics to the folk repertoire; songs such as 'The Grimsby Lads', 'The Trawling Trade', 'Punch and Judy Man' and 'Send Us A Postcard'. His well-crafted songs and his easy-going charm and sense of humour, make him a firm favourite with audiences.
The video shows John performing 'Punch and Judy Man' on his last visit to The Midway in 2009.
Tickets ordered on-line can be paid for by PayPal or credit/debit cards. If you don’t have a PayPal account use the ‘Check Out’ button rather than the ‘Check Out with PayPal’ button. Once ordered, tickets will be available for collection on the night. You may wish to print out the online receipt as proof of purchase but this is not necessary to gain entry to the event.
Tickets £9
John Conolly                     Monday 20th March 2017
'Fiddlers Green' has often been introduced as a traditional song but it was, of course, written by John Conolly in 1966. Since then he has been a stalwart of the Grimsby, Lincolnshire and UK folk scenes, contributing many more classics to the folk repertoire; songs such as 'The Grimsby Lads', 'The Trawling Trade', 'Punch and Judy Man' and 'Send Us A Postcard'. His well- crafted songs and his easy-going charm and sense of humour, make him a firm favourite with audiences.
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