Half English, half Scottish and raised in Wales, singer-songwriter Elliott Morris really is the epitome of the British Isles.

His versatile blend of folk, pop and rock secured him a Danny Kyle Award at 2013's Celtic Connections Festival in Glasgow.

He performs at Twickfolk this weekend while taking a break from touring as support for Paul Carrack.

On the same evening, the audience will be treated to PerKelt's unique blend of progressive Celtic speed-folk.

Kerrie Angell and Paul King are a duo from Essex who play original material as well as covers and they will also perform on the evening of folk music.

  • Elliott Morris and PerKelt; Twickfolk, the Cabbage Patch, London Road, Twickenham; January 25, 7.45pm; tickets £9 on the door; visit twickfolk.co.uk for more details.