Tom Robinson

An intimate acoustic evening with songsmith, broadcaster, activist and raconteur Tom Robinson. Born in 1950, Tom was mentored by Alexis Korner and first discovered by Ray Davies, who produced his debut album with Café Society back in 1975.

Man the Lifeboats

Man the Lifeboats play raucous, upbeat folk music, for those who like a drink with their tunes. A blistering live experience, tales of lost evenings, ballads of doomed love and shanties about whisky-soaked nights, Michael Palin, and the end of the world

Ailbhe Reddy

Ailbhe Reddy has been making huge waves in her native Ireland, ever since a homemade demo of her song ‘Cover Me’ was used in a Today FM radio advert in 2014

Billy Watman

Billy Watman is an award winning 17 year old guitarist, best known for reaching the Grand Final of the Sky TV talent show “Guitar Star” in 2016 – at the age of just 14. 


Bisola is a Pop and Inspirational Singer-Songwriter based in Farnborough. With a passion to touch and motivate people through catchy lyrics and infectious hooks, her life affirming and emotive songs have delighted audiences since the release of her first single ‘Need a little Love‘ in 2012

Moth-Eaten Super Heroes

Lucy and Bob have been playing music together for 4 years. They were both members of the four piece band LUX, who played at a previous BURYFields, before embarking on this duo collaboration.

Ruby Leigh

Ruby is a singer songwriter based in South Bucks and at only 12 years old has already performed at Indigo @ The O2. Playing regularly throughout London and the South East, she was recently in The Grand Final of Open Mic UK.

Jamie Donaldson

27 year old singer/songwriter Jamie Donaldson from Tring, Herts, pours his heart out on stage with his original music