Quay Folk Club is set to welcome uilleann pipes virtuoso, Seb Stone on June 16.

Sheffield-based Stone, who also weaves magic with assorted whistles and has a reputation as an acclaimed singer, is highly regarded in the UK folk festival circuit.

Stone ventured into whistle playing at the tender age of 11 before his expeditions with the Hope Valley College Folk Band that marked his debut festival performance when he was just 12.

Stone's fascination with traditional songs required a companion instrument that could support his songs.

The solution arrived in the form of uilleann pipes, an instrument known for its resonant tone.

This instrument's mellow music is commonly used in film and television, adding an Irish flavour.

In addition, popular local artist, Dave Godby will be supporting Stone.

Godby, a multi-instrumentalist and singer, known for his performances alongside JC and Angelina, generally focuses on Americana music during his sets.

The event will take place at Quay Arts, opening its doors at 6.30pm with the music set to start at 7pm.

There is no entry fee, however, donations will be collected to support Quay Arts and fund future guest nights.