Three incredible female folk artists unite to raise funds for Prospect Burma, supporting educational scholarships for female students from Myanmar. Nominated at the nominated at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and celebrated by The Telegraph as "one of Britain's top folk musicians", Ange Hardy has grabbed the attention of the traditional folk music world. Alongside a staggering list of other accolades Ange was awarded FATEA Magazine's "Female Vocalist of the Year" in 2013, "Album of the Year" in 2014 and "The Tradition Award" in 2015, and the LCM "Live Performer of the Year" in 2017. Supporting acts include Kirsty Merryn and Tilly Moses. Kirsty is a London-based singer-songwriter whose music is heavily anchored in the folk tradition and in 2017, Kirsty supported Show of Hands on their 22 night tour of the UK. Tilly Moses, a York-based singer songwriter has supported some of the best-loved folk acts in the UK with her carefully crafted songs addressing subjects as diverse as climate change, gender inequality, apathy, love, and leaving home.