BOX OFFICE: 01832 274734

Box office Hours: Mon to Fri 10am-4pm


TEYR webFriday 8 June 2018, 7.30pm

St Peter's Church, Church Road, Yaxley, PE7 3LH
James Gavin - Dominic Henderson - Tommie Black-Roff

Folk trio TEYR evolved out of London’s thriving session scene, combining bothy ballads, focal shanties, folk tunes and Irish poetry. Their unique blend of voices and instruments draws links between the many sounds of the Celtic and British isles. Featuring close vocal harmonies, fiddle, uilleann pipes, guitar, low whistle and accordion, and influenced by the great folk musicians who've come before, TEYR (‘3’ in the Cornish language) have honed their craft and thrive on weaving their diverse threads together.

Their acclaimed debut release Far From The Tree is a distillation of two years of playing, writing and wrangling (!), the “excellent debut album” (The Independent) blends originals and reworked ballads, displaying the full breadth of the trio’s innovative and distinctive sound.

Described by Folk Radio UK as “High-energy brilliance”, James Gavin, Dominic Henderson and Tommie Black-Roff are three of London’s finest new breed of folk musician. After extensive touring in England, Scotland and Ireland, they look set to establish their name and unique musical mix on the world in the year to come.

"If you only see one thing today, see TEYR" The Independent

"With a debut like this, UK folk music is in good hands" Maverick Magazine ****

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TICKETS £15; £12.50 concessions*; £4 under 18s

*Senior Citizens, unwaged and registered disabled.

Privacy & Cookies Policy

Privacy Policy

The Oundle Music Trust runs the Oundle Cinema, the Oundle International Festival, Music in Special Places, Oundle for Organists, the Oundle Food Festival and the Oundle Box Office, which sells tickets for our own events as well as those organised by many third party event organisers.

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The Oundle Music Trust maintains an electronic database of contact details and ticket information relating to those who have bought tickets for our own events and those events held by third party organisations using our Oundle Box Office services. We also hold three mailchimp email data sets (contact details for which are derived from the aforementioned electronic database), and project specific spreadsheets containing data about those who have attended Oundle for Organists courses and the Oundle Food Festival in the past.

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Party at the Wharf 2018

Starring Toploader supported by Austin Gold

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Saturday 14 July 2018


In advance if booked by 23 June 2018: £18 adult / £10 u18
In advance from 24 June 2018: £20 adult / £12.50 u18
On the door (if available): £25 adult / £15 u18

U12s free but must be booked and accompanied by a paying adult.
(Gazebo sites (3m x 3m): £20 (site only - limied availability)

Friends priority booking now open; public booking opens Saturday 10 February

Book tickets

2.00pm Set up your canopy pitch (limited availability - book early to avoid disappointment)
4.00pm Gates open
5.00pm Let the fun begin!
10.45pm The party's over... until next year!

Join us for Oundle's "part of the year" - a fantastic evening of fun and music under the stars. Whether you just want to relax with friends, enjoy your own picnic, visit one of the food stalls or let the kids enjoy some of the extra entertainments, the Wharf is the place to be. A bar stocked with drinks, including beers from Nene Valley Brewery, will also be ready to serve.

This year we are proud to give star billing to Toploader supported by the Peterborough based breakthrough band Austin Gold. Other support bands, including popular local band Desperate Measures, will feature from 5pm.

Since exploding onto the scene shortly after forming in 1997, the multi-time Brit Award nominated band, Toploader, have over two million album sales and a string of top 20 hits to their name . Right from their debut hit single ‘Achilles Heel’ to tracks like ‘Dancing In the Moonlight’, 'Some Kind of Wonderful', and the more recent 'Roll with the Punches', Toploader have never failed to please the crowd. They have backed the likes of Robbie Williams, Tom Jones and Bon Jovi in venues around the world and have performed at a host of festivals, including Chris Evans's CarFest, Glastonbury and V-Fest. Check out their website for more!

One of a growing new generation of blues rockers, Austin Gold draw upon a vast array of legendary musical influences including Pink Floyd, Foo Fighters, Gary Moore and Led Zepplin, as well as the song writing of David Bowie, Gerry Rafferty and The Eagles. With vibes fleeting from southern rock and solid grooves, to blissful Pink Floyd style anthems, their music's bedrock for giant guitar solos is in place. Playing their own material as well as covers of some of the greatest ballads, this fantastic five piece band will have Oundle rocking into the night.

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Adminstrative Director Job Opportunity

Administrative Director

Oundle Music Trust is seeking to recruit an Administrative Director welcomes applications from suitably qualified individuals interested in working with one of the East Midlands’ leading arts organisations. OMT has grown and developed in recent years and is a very enjoyable place to work; the current post holder is leaving due to a change in family circumstances.

The Administrative Director is responsible for all aspects of the administration of the organisation including finance, funding, liaison with venues, volunteers, box office, marketing and technical, and to report on this to board meetings.

You will be efficient and proactive with proven administrative experience, excellent interpersonal and IT skills and an interest in the arts. You will also be comfortable working with spreadsheets and databases and enjoy the detail of event planning.

This is a part-time post averaging 2 days per week which, depending of your range of skills and experience in addition to core administration, could offer an interesting and flexible opportunity to the right candidate. Salary c.£27,000 pa (pro rata).

A detailed job specification can be downloaded HERE

Please send your CV and a covering letter by email only to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Closing date: 2 February 2018

2018 Festival

The 2018 Oundle International Festival will take place 4-14 July 2018. The programme will be published in March.

It will be a fantastic programme of folk, jazz, and classical music complimented by family theatre, cinema, and the annual Bach Walk but with a new and interesting twist!

First event - PARTY AT THE WHARF - now on sale. More info