This is the website for the Old Gaffers shanty crew from South Devon.
Great afternoon at the Cottage Hotel, Hope Cove(sadly closed at the moment) to record and film our song for the Falmouth’s Virtual Sea Shanty Festival 2021 on the 19 June.This fantastic International festival raises a large sum of money each year for the RNLI.
Great news we shall hopefully be singing again live as from the 21June this year and already have many bookings which we are very excited about and hope lockdowns rules continue to progress and allow us the freedom to enjoy this summer with our wonderful audiences
Falmouth Virtual Sea Shanty Festival is on at 6pm, do try and catch it.
Hope to see you soon
The Old Gaffers would like to thank all of you for your continued support and encouragement throughout the last year, postponing gigs rather than cancelling, purchasing cds etc. your good wishes have been like a beacon and kept us going throughout this stormy voyage.
As the light has now been switched on at the end of the tunnel, we are looking forward to getting back together to start practising again.
Bookings have started to wash up on our shore again, and we anticipate several more with every turn of the tide. we hope to see you in some exotic port, or any other drink. Privateer.
Due to the current situation, regrettably, all our pre booked gigs are cancelled. At the moment, The next one still on is in October.
We’re Doing a bit of smuggling in poldark’s harbour, on Sunday
Singing at the harbour festival as a cover aboard the Grayhound. Come and visit 20 ships in the harbour festival.
Falmouth is here at last and we are Falmouth bound. For Fun, Frolics and maybe just a small half of Shandy, See you all there!
We’re all going west again over the border (not a hard one)off to perform at a wedding near Tintagel, what a start to married life. Mummy are there such things as perfect men? Of course there are dear, their called shanty singers😎😎
We were delighted to perform outside of the Seasalt Shop in Salcombe today for their 10th Birthday. (They had cake too) An appreciative strolling crowd made it a great event. Happy Birthday Seasalt Salcombe.
A wonderful successful evening singing to a packed house, in Dorchester
A great event in aid of the Dorset air ambulance.
We have been asked to sing with the Casterbridge Male Voice Choir at the United Reform Church in Dorchester on Saturday 9th March at 19:30 hrs and we are eagerly looking forward to this. If you are in the area please come along as all proceeds are for the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance.
pdf Poster link below.