BBC folk award winner Lucy Farrell and accordionist Andrew Waite appear in the latest Night Out gig at Cuffern Manor, Roch.

They are a quarter of The Furrow Collective, current winners of the Best Group prize and contributors to the recent Eliza Carthy and The Wayward Band’s Big Machine album.

Lucy is quietly building her solo career with her exquisite renditions of traditional ballads and quietly moving original songs.

As a soloist, accompanying herself on tenor guitar, viola or shruti box by turn, she explores many of the favourite themes of traditional music, and in doing so, delves into her own responses to the song.

Andrew Waite is an accordion player and composer from the Scottish Borders.

He plays in bands such as Tyde, Dallahan, Eliza Carthy and the Wayward Band and Fourth Moon. His music is rooted in Scottish, Irish and English trad music but he takes influences from many genres such as jazz, gypsy jazz, bluegrass, funk and classical.

Lucy and Andrew released their debut album as a duo at the end of 2019 and are currently on tour in February to support the album release.

They visit Cuffern Manor, Roch, on Thursday, February 6, at 7.30pm, tickets £12 in advance.