St Luke’s Hall, 147-149 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy

Welcome to the home of Troubadour Central Coast
Folk and Acoustic Music Club

Floor spots available.  Local and visiting performers welcome.

Coming Events

Saturday 26 October      Skinner & T’witch

Skinner&Twitch searching for Woy Woy

Skinner & T’witch are an original, contemporary folk acoustic duo from Leeds, England and unlike any other group you are ever likely to see.  Performing folk, flamenco, and theatre-style songs, they draw on music-hall and vaudeville traditions, combining comedy and satire with music to stir the soul.

Before they teamed up together each was an accomplished and highly regarded artist in their own right.  Steve Skinner is a hi-profile guitarist, song writer and flamenco expert, comes from musical theatre.  He previously managed a theatre company and toured the country with musical reviews such as The Cuts Show and the Third World Road Show, as well as performing as a solo artist with his own cult following and recordings.  Sandra Twitchett has background in classical music and is a member of the famous Huddersfield Choral Society.  She also has a great love of British folk and rock music, a wicked sense of humour and a passion for a better world.  Together they produce the distinctive Skinner & T’witch sound.

They have been on the road together since 2014, released three acclaimed albums and performed widely around the UK. This year, on their first tour to Australia, they are heading to Woy Woy before returning to the US and home to Britain next year. 

They bring a big international reputation as one of the most talented and original groups in many years.  Don’t miss them when they hit the big lights of Woy Woy.

‘If you get the chance to see them anywhere, please do yourself a favour, grab it with both hands’. Leith Folk Club, Edinburgh

‘Definitely a melodical phenomenon’. The Narrowboat Sessions

‘Recreates the magic of a night at the music hall – Skinner and T’witch have given me a good chuckle with this album. T’witch’s vocals are particularly good.’ James Fagan, Thank Goodness It’s Folk, Sheffield

‘Skinner & T’witch are the perfect duo for resonating with a contemporary acoustically-inclined audience.’ Nick Noble, The Folk Revival, WICN Radio, Massachusetts

When:                         7.00 pm, Saturday 26 October 2019

Where:                       St Lukes Hall, 147-149 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy

Tickets:                       $10/13/15, available at door from 6.30 p.m.


Sunday 3 November 2.30 – 5.00 p.m.

George Mann  House Concert

The welcome return of the singing-songwriter political activist from NY. 

Bookings essential.  Places limited. 
Venue location provided with booking.  Call 4342 6716

Please note – concert date is NOT 17 November, as previously listed.


Saturday 23 November     Sadie and Jay (Qld)

 Exciting new Australian/Celtic folk and roots duo


Brisbane Duo Sadie and Jay sing captivating songs with exceptional vocals accompanied by intricate finger style guitar, bouzouki and double bass.   Their contemporary and original folk music styles have leanings to the alternative with a tinge of blues and roots.  Blending vocals of rare calibre with an evocative back-drop  of traditional folk instruments this duo perform intimate, expressive and resonant music. 

With roots in the Anglo-Celtic tradition, Sadie and Jay’s music is tinged with blues, roots and occasional theatrics! Born in Scotland and raised in New Zealand, Jay grew up in a musical family immersed in traditional British folk music. With Welsh heritage, Sadie’s love for singing is instinctive.

Songs from Sadie and Jay’s previous album’s ‘Curious’ and ‘Rogue Folk’ have been award winners in national and international song competitions. Most recently they were finalists for ‘Song of the Year’ at The Australian Celtic Music Awards. Touring
highlights include venues and festivals in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.  Naturally, they’re heading to
Woy Woy.  Don’t miss their peninsula debut!

Saturday 14 December  

Troubadour Xmas Party

Home grown mayhem and seasonal fun

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