Join us for a night of uplifting folk music with the inspirational and creative Laurel Swift & Friends!
Laurel Swift is a musician and composer, an inspiring instigator of creative new projects and performances rooted in the folk arts. She plays double bass and clog dances with Gadarene and plays fiddle with The Gloworms among other people. A folk gig in Bristol, not to be missed!
Laurel is joined by Deb Chalmers (fiddle), Steph West (harp), Sarah Moody (cello), Nic Janaway (voice) and Matt Norman (mandolin) for a celebration in music and dance that bookmarks Laurel’s recent creative time in Bristol ahead of a 2-year USA stint! With songs from Travelling with Thomas Folk Musical, some very new 3/2 hornpipes, lush harmony and even a spot of clog dance, it’s an evening not to be missed!
Thursday 16 March, 7.30pm – doors 7pm, café bar 6.30pm
Unreserved pew seating.
Tickets £17 (£15 advance) / Concessions £15 (£13 advance)
Tickets available online or in the shop at John Wesley’s New Room.