Sophie Crawford is a folk musician and theatre
maker from London.
Her debut album ‘Silver Pin’ was released in 2018 and was Mainly Norfolk’s 2018 album of the year.

She is currently undertaking the Arts Council Funded ‘Meemaw Project’ exploring the links between sign language and step dancing.
In 2021 she received a grant from the Alan Surtees Trust to carry out archival research in queer narratives in traditional music.
She is about to commence a masters in Queer History and Ethnomusicology at Goldsmiths.
She is interested in women’s history, queer history, traditional music, dance, drag and the way all of these things intersect.