Mischievous flute, deft harmonies and refined acoustic songs, The Maltings is bringing together some of the most acclaimed folk artists as well as up and coming musicians, for a fun-filled, entertaining evening.

Angela Meyer and Willian Cox, who make up Oka Vanga, are a critically acclaimed folk and roots duo, who will be performing at the folk concert this Friday. Their first album, Pilgrim, received the Instrumental Album of the Year award by FATEA Magazine in 2015 and their performances have described as rich and dynamic.

Angela, from Cape Town, South Africa plays a Burguet nylon string guitar and Taylor steel string guitar, while Londoner William plays a Lowden steel string guitar.

Joining them will be winner of the 2014 Cambridge Folk Festival songwriting competition, singer/songwriter Mike Excell from Hertford. Mike is a regular at the Hertford White Horse Folk Club, who tends to perform original songs on subjects ranging from climate change to cricket.

Also in the line-up are New Roots 2015 finalists Jonathon Dyer and Alfie Gidley, an instrumental duo from Cornwall who first started performing together at Falmouth University in 2013. Since then they have gone on to play at major festivals including Sidmouth Folk Week and Bromyard Folk Festival. Their music ranges from Irish, English, Scottish folk tunes and even Klezmer - an eclectic mix that showcases their love of cross-rhythms, improvisation and keeping things fun.

Folk at The Maltings is on February 5, 8pm. Details: 03336 663366, maltingsartstheatre.co.uk