Folk music played in church as part of Colliers Wood Festival

Musicians at the event. Photo: Auriel Glanville

Musicians at the event. Photo: Auriel Glanville

First published in News Wimbledon Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

Folk music rang out in a Colliers Wood church as part of a music festival.

Musicians took to instruments including a harmonica, guitar and mandolin for the event at Christ Church on Sunday, April 6.

Sara O'Keeffe and Martin Karran, together with Eddie Saddington, played folk music as part of the Colliers Wood Spring Arts Festival.

Young musicians Thom Worth and Sara's son Ciaran O'Keeffe on blue harmonica, played to an ‘enthralled’ audience.

Sara O'Keeffe said: "Martin and I were thrilled to be part of the Colliers Wood Spring Arts Festival, and it was our first ever gig with Eddie on mandolin.

"Christ Church proved a beautiful venue with great acoustics, and it was lovely to be able to play to an appreciative audience."

For information on the Colliers Wood Spring Arts Festival visit the website.

 

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