Suthering @ B-Bar

b-bar

Get some delicious Thai food, refreshing drinks and enjoy some beautiful music from Suthering.

“Joyful, life-affirming and even a bit kick-ass feminist” - The Blackbird Collective

“Excellent musicians, beautiful harmonies and a fresh approach to traditional music” - Tony Birch, FATEA Magazine

£5

Stolen From God @ Bristol Folk house

Bristol Folk House

The show – is a narrated song cycle – written by Reg, and arranged collaboratively – unfolding the history of England (in particular the SW)’s involvement in the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

With extensive evidence of the slave trade across the South-West of England, and a real need for the stories to be uncovered, Reg Meuross has written a powerful set of songs ‘Stolen From God’, with narration to tell the challenging and often harrowing tales of England’s past.

Recognised as a “true troubadour with a social conscience” by Mark Radcliffe, Reg Meuross has made it his life’s work to bring the stories of the oppressed, forgotten and misrepresented members of our human family to light.

£14.50

Stolen From God @ The Slaughtered Lamb, London

The Slaughtered Lamb

The show – is a narrated song cycle – written by Reg, and arranged collaboratively – unfolding the history of England (in particular the SW)’s involvement in the Transatlantic Slave Trade

With extensive evidence of the slave trade across the South-West of England, and a real need for the stories to be uncovered, Reg Meuross has written a powerful set of songs ‘Stolen From God’, with narration to tell the challenging and often harrowing tales of England’s past.

Recognised as a “true troubadour with a social conscience” by Mark Radcliffe, Reg Meuross has made it his life’s work to bring the stories of the oppressed, forgotten and misrepresented members of our human family to light.

£12.50

Charlie Dore & Michele Stodart @ Electric Theatre

The Electric Theatre

Charlie and Michele have now created a powerful live show that draws on their individual and combined songwriting and performing prowess. Both artists will be sharing the strongest, most engaging material from their respective solo careers as well as showcasing brand new collaborations written especially for this duo project. 

£19

Stolen From God @ Manchester Folk Festival

Manchester Home

The line up:Reg Meuross (guitar, vocals, banjo); Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne (concertina, vocals)

The show – is a narrated song cycle – written by Reg, and arranged collaboratively – unfolding the history of England (in particular the SW)’s involvement in the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

With extensive evidence of the slave trade across the South-West of England, and a real need for the stories to be uncovered, Reg Meuross has written a powerful set of songs ‘Stolen From God’, with narration to tell the challenging and often harrowing tales of England’s past.

Recognised as a “true troubadour with a social conscience” by Mark Radcliffe, Reg Meuross has made it his life’s work to bring the stories of the oppressed, forgotten and misrepresented members of our human family to light.

£12

Suthering @ Poltimore House

Poltimore House

Easily accessed from Exeter, Poltimore House is set in a little over 13 acres of ground and makes a beautiful and unusual performance venue. Come and see Devon based folk duo perform here, in an evening sure to be filled with stunning harmonies, skilful musicianship and gentle wit.

“harmonies as crisp as a winter’s day” - PRSD

"Through rich harmonies, and instrumentation that takes in piano, fingerstyle guitar work, flutes, whistles and harmonium, they conjure up a rare magic that feels dappled with the first rays of morning." - RM, The Crack Magazine.

£10

CANCELLED: Suthering @ Dunfermline Folk Club

The Glen Tavern

“Suthering brings together a joyous blending of voices and musical talents of Julu Irvine and Heg Brignall. Delicate, harmonious and thoroughly English, Suthering is a welcome arrival on the vibrant English folk scene.” - Terry O'Brien, Folk Expo

Suthering will be performing songs from their debut album If We Turn Away (out 25th of February 2022) at this concert in Scotland. The album which explores themes of community, connection, environment and conscience is very much a reflection of the times we are living in and has been influenced by the duo’s experiences during the pandemic. Each song is carefully crafted and arranged, telling tales of struggle and triumph against all odds; from both their own lives and from stories they have found.

£8

Harbottle & Jonas @ St Endellion Church, Port Isaac

Saint Endellion Church

Folk duo Harbottle & Jonas will be performing at the beautiful Saint Endellion Church this autumn!

​'Disarmingly honest and spine-tingling' - RocknReel (R2)

'Stunning songwriting and heart-rending arrangements' - Americana UK

£12.50