Live Music – Rattle on the Stovepipe


15 Mar 2024


8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Enjoy an intimate and unique musical experience at Petersfield Museum and Art Gallery.

Journey across time and melody as Rattle on the Stove Pipe melds the melodies of British, Irish, and Appalachian legacies. In the hallowed echoes of the Victorian Courtroom, every note becomes a story, and every story is a piece of history you can’t afford to miss. Dive into an evening where the past meets the present, and where songs bridge continents.

About Rattle on the Stove Pipe:
Formed in 2003, **Rattle on the Stove Pipe** embarked on a musical journey to delve deep into the intertwined roots of British, Irish, and Appalachian songs. Discover morris tunes that migrated and found a home in the Southern Mountains as spirited fiddle and banjo breakdowns, and experience the captivating narratives of songs that nestled themselves in the 19th-century Cotswolds. Their repertoire extends beyond crossovers, spanning purely Appalachian to purely British traditional ballads, songs, and tunes. Simply put, they play what they love, connect with, and most importantly, wish to share. From the heart of France to the energy of Japan, and the annual Whitby Folk Week, their melodies have touched corners of the world.

About the Venue:
Join us for a one-of-a-kind backdrop for live music at our historic courthouse venue. Perfect for an intimate concert, we specialise in acoustic, folk, indie, and genre-fusion singers and bands to bring you the best experience possible. Get there early to grab the best seat in the house!

Sip, socialise, and enjoy the evening of music with the convenience of a fully licenced bar. Our wide range of beverages ensures there’s something for everyone.


Event Details:
Doors & Bar Open: 7.30pm
Music from: 8pm
Fully licensed bar open during and after the performance

The event is finished.



Petersfield Museum and Art Gallery