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20 February 2018

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'Playlist' returns with live music at The Butcher's Hook PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 31 October 2017 12:56

Stanlaey 200Playlist, which features “high quality music in amazing and unusual places” features a performance at The Butcher’s Hook on November 14.

 

 

This from the organisers in their own words:

Stanlæy, pictured above and below, is the artistic pseudonym for the talented and innovative singer and multi-instrumentalist Bethany Stenning. A previous audience member described her as sounding as if "Björk was asked to write the soundtrack to Titanic". She will present new material and arrangements at Playlist with special guests.

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Composer and electric guitarist Ben Jameson will perform a brand new Playlist-commissioned work alongside British composer titan Laurence Crane’s Bobby J written in 1999.

Four of the most exciting young folk musicians working in the UK come together for their first ever performance as Garden/Collier/Moss/Hardman.

Garden and Collier featured in our April Playlist event at Cobbett Road Library in their duo,The Drystones, and we are delighted to welcome them back in this brand new quartet featuring melodeon player Archie Churchill-Moss who won the BBC Young Folk Award in 2011 with his trio Moore, Moss, Rutter. Brand new material played by brilliant young musicians!

Details
The Butcher’s Hook, Tuesday, November 14
Time: 7.30pm-10pm
Parking: On-street parking
Tickets: Earlybird £8-£10 from Eventbrite

 

Previously: New 'music in unusual places' season features evening at Cobbett Library

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