INTERNATIONAL artist and former musician of the year Tim Edey will bring his entertaining show to Northwich Folk Club in March.

One of the world's finest guitarists and Melodeon players, Tim plays a variety of instruments to high level including piano, banjo and whistles – all complemented by a superb singing voice.

His live solo shows are a stunning mix of world music, inspired instrumental skill and passion from the BBC Radio 2 folk awards Musician of the Year 2012.

Tim will bring his popular brand of entertainment to the Harlequin Theatre in Queen Street on Friday, March 6, hosted by Pete Thompson.

He is supported by Wet The Tea, comprised of Andy Connally, Andy Saunders and Richie Hayden.

The trio are all musicians who have tradition Irish music roots as well as other musical influences such as folk, blue grass, country and many more.

Andy Connally plays the flute, whistles, and guitar along with providing vocals. Andy Saunders plays the banjo, bouzouki and bass. Richie Hayden plays the mandolin, fiddle and tenor guitar.

Together, they blend traditional influences with a modern twist, making for an interesting musical journey.

Tickets are available via with no booking fee and a reserved seat included in the £10 price – £8 for club members.

Doors open at 8pm for an 8.30pm start on Friday, March 6, with all welcome.

For information, call 01606 74258 or see