This Gig is in the past, if you were there leave a review below
Morrigan’s Fire are a Sheffield based folk band, formed in June 2017. Their genre is a unique brand of dark, gypsy folk. Audiences are drawn into the retelling of traditional folklore mixed with sultry sea shanties.
Making up the band there is;
Pixie - Singer/ Songwriter
Wesley - Violin
Chris - Mandolin/ guitar
Rob - Guitar
Matt - Bass
Restaurant and Venue
Health & country club, with bar open to public, in old 16th century manor house.
The Manor House at Brampton was built by two brothers, Robert and John Watkinson, between 1585 and 1599.
Brampton Manor was a private family residence until the mid 1960’s when it had a colourful spell as a Gentleman’s Dining and Gaming Club with the benefit of the only late licence in Chesterfield.
From 1970 onwards Brampton Manor became more known as a members squash club before sliding into decline and receivership in the 1990’s and noughties. The business was purchased as a whole in 2005 and turned it into a thriving Country Club open to all which now provided facilities for Weddings, Parties and Spa Days as well as a fantastic Sports Club.
The current management took over the Pub and Restaurant side of the business in April 2018.
Whilst every effort goes into ensuring this gig listing is accurate and up to date, always check with the venue before you travel.