Graham Moore - Dorset - UK


Tuesday 16th April - 8pm
The Wathen-Bartlett
Pound Lane
Burley BH24 4EB

Adjacent to The Burley Inn 


Friday May 17th - 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)

Shire Hall Historic Courthouse
Dorchester, Dorset

Graham Moore, James Findlay, Phil Humphries, John Waltham & Chris Miller, present songs and scenes from the renowned folk musical 
‘Tolpuddle Man’, staged in the original Old Crown Court, where 
the six Dorset, Tolpuddle Martyrs were tried in 1834.

Graham Moore is a Dorset, UK, folk singer and writer of historically rooted songs such as 'Tom Paine's Bones' and 'Tolpuddle Man'.
Accompanying himself on guitar or English concertina he is renowned for powerful performance of his original and traditional songs.

"It was not long before his self-penned, powerful historical ballads worked their magic"
The Living Tradition

"Graham Moore manages to convey in a few words and a dramatic tune the strength of Thomas Paine who, two hundred years after his death, remains controversial"
Roy Bailey

"A superb songwriter, singer and musician"
Dick Gaughan

"Graham's inspirational songs for the Tolpuddle Martyrs capture the heartache and joy of their story ..... he deserves his place as one of Britain’s finest folk singer-songwriters."
Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival - Nigel Costley TUC