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15th June 2023, 7.00pm

"One of life's certainties, thus far, is that any music produced by Na-Mara, be it live or recorded, will be of the highest quality and guaranteed to involve subjects and themes of compelling interest." David Pratt, FATEA, April 2019
"...Na-Mara is one of today's leading folk ballad duos on the British folk scene." Michael Moll, Folk World #70, November 2019

“…Hertfordshire-based duo (Rob Garcia and Paul McNamara) specialise in considered translations of songs from the French-speaking world, but even better are Paul's original songs exhibiting a keen sense of history. Simple but expert accompaniments (guitar and mandolin/mandola), equally dextrous on instrumentals …” fRoots “

"…You may put Na-Mara on the list of enjoyable English duos, such as veteran Knightley and Beer or young Cadie and Bloomer. Paul is an ingenious songwriter in the traditional vein…” Folk World

Live performances
“…Their musical skills are superb and their songs are of the highest quality…” Milkmaid Folk Club, Bury St Edmonds
"Opening the show were Na-Mara, a guitar and mandolin duo from St. Albans, who like to perform traditional numbers from France and Spain alongside British songs. Yet it was their two own compositions that were particularly stirring, on account of their themes: The Garden of England, about contemporary slavery in Kent, and Navajos & Pirates, about German resistance to Hitler. When folk takes on humane political concern the power of music is particularly affecting." Rychard Carrington, commenting on Na-Mara support for Phil Beer.
“…the bards of the Celtic world…” Lost Horizons Folk Club
Expect a small, friendly, quirky venue with a heart - a bar selling beer, wine and hot and cold drinks and always cake. The venue is on one level. You will be seated at tables or in rows, according to numbers.

The first hour of concerts is livestreamed on YouTube. You can watch it any time after 7.30 on the night of the concert.
The venue is accessible, on one level.
There is usually a floor singer and often a 2-minute community slot informing us of what happens locally. The second half starts with a Q&A and is not livestreamed. The concerts usually finish at 9.30. Please ring for more details. 07902140248


Image representing Namara from Rosslyn Court