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Marlpool Ale House

Marlpool, Derbyshire

Sunday 6th of May 2018

16:00 - 18:00

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Live Performance
Celtic folk-rock


Treebeard have been a popular attraction on the pub, festival & beer festival circuit for many years now, with regular appearances at Sheffield, Derby, Tamworth, Newark, Stockport, Lincoln, Stoke & Barnsley festivals, as well as Earls Court for the Great British Beer Festival, and the Cropredy fringe. In 2017 the band played at Rockstock & Barrel, Holmfirth Folk Festival, Altrincham, Marlpool & Hope Valley Beer Festivals, Sheffield's Sharrow & Peace in the Park Festivals, Worrall, Festival8, Farmer Phil's, Solfest, Tramlines, Lancaster and Whitwell Festivals.

The band play lively Celtic folk-rock; traditional & original songs & tunes on a variety of acoustic instruments, always guaranteed to get an audience up & dancing.

They describe their style as 'Heavy Wood', releasing a first CD of that name in 2002, and a second CD 'Reel Ale’ in 2010. Their video for 'Over The Hills' has won the runner up prize in the 2 weeks 2 make it filmmaking competition 2011, as well as attracting over 220,000 youtube views.

The band have been through a number of line-up changes over the years and are currently led by founder member Chris McMahon (of Haze, Strongheart, Silverwheel, Outlandish Knights, etc), with long time flautist/fiddler Ceri Ashton (Cadellin, Mother of Crows, Jabberwocky, Outlandish Knights), and new members; percussionist James Howe (Bellhagg Orkestar, Silver Darlings), singer/songwritier Rob Lowdon (Jabberwocky, Broadsword) and singer/guitarist Paul Pearson.

We have just released a new CD 'New Leaves', available at the concerts, our website and to download/stream from itunes, bandcamp, amazon etc.

Marlpool Ale House

Venue Type


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Derbyshire's first micropub, the place for ale and conversation. Serving 8 real ales & 3 real ciders.

This ale house is one of smallest pubs in Derbyshire. Originally a butchers shop, it has been transformed into a cosy and friendly place to enjoy a drink and a chat with friends and total strangers.

The Alehouse contains a varied collection of brewing memorabilia and staff are friendly and informative.

The bar is an old Methodist chapel pulpit from where beers and guest ales are sold. Beers are either on hand pump or from the cellar.

As well as the Marlpool range there are five changing guest beers.Cider, mead, a small selection of wines and bottled European beers, are also available.

Celtic folk-rock

5 Breach Road,




DE75 7NJ.

01773 711 285

Dog FriendlyReal FireAlcohol ServedReal Ale ServedOutside SeatingSmoking Area

Free Admission

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