Melrose Quartet are an all-round folk act, with tight acapella harmony and energy-packed instrumentals.
Musicians Nancy Kerr (2015 BBC Folk Singer of the Year), James Fagan, Jess & Richard Arrowsmith boast twin fiddles, guitar and bouzouki, melodeon and four strong voices.
The Sheffield-based quartet have attracted a reputation for making music that truly connects with people and were nominated for Best Group at the 2014 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
Featuring carousing chorus songs, lively dance tunes, ancient stories and modern pieces, this is music for everybody.
An award-winning centre for the arts opened in 2009 which functions as a community centre, a mixed use arts facility and a base for Goole Town Council. Featuring a theatre space, the building is regularly used for live events, cinema screenings, workshops and other activities.