The Witches of Elswick were an English a cappella folk quartet. They were: Becky Stockwell, Gillian Tolfrey, Bryony Griffith and Fay Hield. Much of their material came from traditional music of the British Isles, including Two Sisters, Lord Randall, and Daddy Fox. They also performed more comtemporary folk material, such as Once Lived In Service (Peter Bellamy), Soldier, Soldier (Peter Bellany, based on the poem by Rudyard Kipling, Bring Us A Barrel (Keith Marsden).
The Witches took their name from Elswick, Tyne and Wear, where they shared a flat, and is a play on The Witches of Eastwick.