What’s on at Bishops’ House: from history talks and music performances, to guided tours and children’s activities.


Howie Reeve and Helen McCookerybook

Time: Saturday, 10 September 20227:00 pm - 10:00 pm / Bishops' House
Bishop’s House present an evening with Howie Reeve – Solo Accoustic Bass and Singing and Helen McCookerybook “Happy songs with a sting “ “Howie Reeve is a unique and singular figure in the current British underground. Having spent over 20 years playing in a number of key Glasgow bands, since 2012 he has been performing […]


Time: Sunday, 18 September 20227:00 pm - 10:00 pm /
A beautiful evening of Celtic inspired instrumental folk. Auka comes from an Old Norse word meaning to grow or augment – a term that perfectly sums up the band’s organic and original approach to music-making. Relative newcomers to the UK folk scene, Auka released their debut album Evergreen in 2021 and have since been going from […]

David A.Jaycock – an evening of folk interspersed with electronics

Time: Friday, 30 September 20227:00 pm - 10:00 pm /
David will be playing with special guest Andrew Burge.  An evening of folk, electronic and acoustic instrumentals and improv. Plus Support David A.Jaycock’s mysterious, atmospheric and evocative music has been released on respected underground labels such as Triassic Tusk, Blackest Rainbow, Static Caravan, Folklore Tapes and One Little Indian. He is a BBC2 folk awards, […]

Frostlake and Six Feet Three

Time: Saturday, 1 October 20227:00 pm - 10:00 pm /
frostlake presents a postponed launch of their latest CD ‘The Weight of Clouds’. frostlake- ‘The Weight of Clouds’. This is the third album for Discus Music and is an eclectic mix, from the bold and upbeat cinematic and quirky, to stripped back guitar and vocals, ambient or pastoral. Multi-instrumentalist Jan Todd and bassist/guitarist Terry Todd […]

Mitchell and Vincent

Time: Saturday, 29 October 20227:00 pm - 10:00 pm / Bishops' House
Westcountry folk duo Mitchell and Vincent bring traditional and contemporary styles on fiddle and guitar to music from the British Isles with their own varied arrangements telling stories with their tunes as well as songs. Acoustic magazine praised their playing as, “Stunning”; FATEA said, “Music that is beautifully played”; while Bright Young Folk described their performance as, "Providing skilled arrangements and expert delivery of tunes and songs which showcase the vibrancy, and variety, of folk music across Britain. A thoroughly engaging and enjoyable experience.”

We hope to have some free history talks back up and running soon!

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