Greg Harper


Greg Harper performing at Heene Community Centre...


Greg will be performing an evening concert at Heene Community Centre, Heene Road, Worthing on Saturday 15th June.

He will be joined on stage for the evening by Nigel Ratcliffe (keyboard) and Chris Denman (bass).

Profits from the evening will go towards the Community Centre funds.

Tickets are £10 each and are on sale from the Heene Community Centre office, during their normal office hours. Details below.



Purbeck Folk Club presents Greg Harper...


Greg is delighted to have been invited, and is looking forward to performing at Purbeck Folk Club on Thursday 4th April.

The Club is held once a month at Langton Matravers Village Hall, High Street, Langton Matravers, on the beautiful Ilse of Purbeck, between Swanage and Corfe in Dorset. Full details below...


Greg Harper's 'Storytellers in Song' concert raises £500 for CIWF...


Thank you to everyone who came along and filled Clapham & Patching Village Hall in West Sussex, on Saturday evening, for the 9th annual 'Storytellers in Song' concert. This year, as last, we raised money for Compassion In World Farming, a charity close to Greg's heart. It was a really wonderful evening and the total donation raised by this year's concert is £500. 

Left to right: Chris Denman (bass) Sarah Stirling (vocals) Greg Harper (vocals, guitar, harmonica) Nigel Ratcliffe (keyboard, vocals)


Greg Harper's 'Storytellers in Song' Concert 2019


Greg is looking forward to performing at his 9th annual 'Storytellers In Song' Concert, to be held on Saturday 16th February at Clapham & Patching Village Hall, West Sussex.

Joining Greg on stage this year will be Nigel Ratcliffe (keyboard), Chris Denman (bass) and Sarah Stirling (vocals).

The proceeds of this concert will be donated to Compassion In World Farming, a charity close to Greg's heart.

"The 'Storytellers in Song’ concerts are one of my favourite evenings of the year. They always have such a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. This year the proceeds of the concert will be donated to Compassion in World Farming. I admire the work that they do to improve the wellbeing of farm animals and the environment in general. After all, the environment is the place where we all live. You could call it by another name…  home. It deserves only our best husbandry." 

Seating will be at candlelit tables. Tea, coffee and homemade cakes will be available during the interval. Please note that there is no bar at the premises. However, you may bring any other refreshments that you might like to consume during the evening, with you.

There will be a raffle during the interval. The venue has its own large car park.

To obtain tickets... please ring 01903 219249  

We look forward to sharing your company.


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