THREE dazzling folk acts are set to wow music fans when they perform at Harlequin Theatre later this month.

Organised by Northwich Folk Club, the event will be headlined by well-known bass player, Rick Kemp.

Rick, who has worked for various bands including Steeleye Span during his 60 years in the music industry, decided to go solo three years ago at the age of 75.

His new show will include his much-covered original songs and spins yarns from an inexhaustible library of experiences.

Throughout his career, he has also had many encounters with musicians including David Bowie, Eurythmics, Peter Sellers and The Beach Boys as well as appearing on TOTP dressed as a Womble.

This new solo show will feature a slideshow to accompany his wealth of stories and will give an insight into Rick’s early life.

Supporting him on stage will be An Croenen and Dominic Cook.

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Dominic Cook and An Croenen

An originates from Flanders, where she studied classical singing at the Royal Conservatoire in Ghent.

Eager to explore different musical styles, she went on to work with singers from around the world at the Théâtre du Lierre in Paris.

She discovered the joys of folk singing in the Raven Folk Club after moving to Chester and has sung with a number of different bands during her career.

This will be accompanied by Dominic on guitar and bouzouki, and the evening will be hosted by Dave Vaughan.

Tickets are available via and are priced at £10, or £8 for club members.

Doors will open at 8pm for an 8:30pm start at the Harlequin Theatre on Friday, November 22.