Trad/roots: Sunflower celebration brings home what a great folk tradition the north has

The folk club at Belfast's Sunflower Bar harks back to the 1960s when the 'folk revival' was in full flow in venues around the city and if last Thursday night's sing-song was anything to go by, it's keeping the tradition well and truly alive

The Sunflower folk club was started six years ago by Máire and Fergus O’Hare
Robert McMillen
ROBERT SAYS MORE PICS AVAILABLE ON SUNFLOWER WEBSITE OÍCHE smúidghealaí it's called in Irish. A night when the moon is covered by moving clouds. Cold but not too cold, a hint of rain in the air but t[...]

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