There's loads going on in Whitby for Folk Week. Guests this year include Alice Jones; Alistair Anderson; Alistair Russell & Chris Parkinson; Andy Turner & Matt Green; Annie Winter; Arthur Knevett; Banter; Ben Paley; Benammi Swift; Bob & Gill Berry; Brian Peters; Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones; Choras; Crows; Cream Tees; Damien Barber; Dan Walsh; Davenport Family; Doug Jenner; Enda Kenny; Eve Telford; Folk Lincs; Frankie Armstrong; Graham O’Callaghan; Graham Pirt & Val Marsden; Gordon Tyrrall; Helen & Mike Hockenhull; Ian Russell; Iris Bishop; Isaac Paley; Janet Russell; Janice Reavill; Jerry O’Reilly & Rosie Davis; Jess & Richard Arrowsmith; Jez Lowe & the Bad Pennies; Jim Mageean & Graeme Knights; Jim Woodland; Jimmy Crowley; John Bowden & Vic Shepherd; John Conolly; John Kirkpatrick; Johnny Handle & Chris Hendry; Keith Donnelly; Ken Watson; Kirsty Hannah; Len Graham & Jack Lynch; Lynda Hardcastle & Alan Rose; Lynne Heraud & Pat Turner; Maclaine Colston & Saul Rose; Martin & Shan Graebe; Martyn Wyndham-Read; Matt Quinn; Melrose Quartet; Michelle Holding & Bonz; Mick Ryan & Paul Downes; Mike Bettison; Mike Tickell; Morai; Mossy Christian; Nancy Kerr & James Fagan; Notts Alliance; Oxford Nags; Paul Bellamy & Lynn Haynes; Pete Morton; Pete Shepheard & Arthur Watson; Peter & Barbara Snape; Rattle on the Stovepipe; Red Hippo; Reg Meuross; Richard Moss; Rob Van Sante & Janie Meneely; Roisin Ban; Ruth & Sadie Price; Sandra Kerr; Sara Grey & Lorie Lichtenwalner; Sarah Matttews & Doug Eunson; Spare Parts Concertina Band; Stanley Accrington; Steve Turner; The Wilsons; Tyburn; Vic Gammon; Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer; Will Duke; Will & Pippa Noble.

There are also some special events planned, including 12 Silk Handkerchiefs, Framed: The Alice Wheeldon Story, The Roy Palmer Lecture, Most Truly Yours Aunt Anne, and The Transports.

There's also the usual mix of ceilidhs, dances, workshops and sessions, as well as a daily programme of talks, presentations and interviews.

For more info see:

www.whitbyfolk.co.uk