Keith James ~ The Songs of Nick Drake | Friday 17 November

NICK DRAKE BLANKET PHOTO

Nick Drake is the most revered and loved of all this country’s singer songwriters. He recorded three cherished Albums between 1969 and 1972 but was unknown in his day. After his tragic death in 1974, aged only 26, his music almost disappeared into obscurity. Now, thanks to a massive resurgence of interest and a worldwide re-evaluation of his genius, Nick Drake has become a National treasure.

At the beginning of the project in 2001 he was the first artist ever to bring this fragile and intriguing music to theatres across the UK in its pure live concert form. The end result was over a decade of highly acclaimed concerts amounting to over 1500 shows in venues in the UK, Ireland, Holland, France, Italy and Spain including all of Nick’s Schools and Colleges – even Glastonbury Festival.

‘Some of the most atmospheric and emotive music you will ever hear’  The Independent

 ‘Keith James has become a pillar of trust. A sublimely intimate and engaging voice’  Sunday Times

 

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Show time: 8pm

Tickets: Full Price £14, Concessions £12

Running time: 2 hours + interval 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Blofeld: 78 Retired | Saturday 28 April 2018 7.30pm

Henry Blofeld

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Henry ‘My Dear Old Thing’ Blofeld has hung up his microphone after 50 years commentating on international cricket.

The cherished golden voice of cricket has decided to celebrate by touring the country with his brand-new show, jam-packed full of unheard anecdotes from on and off the pitch, as well as stories from the TMS box not allowed on the radio!

Don’t miss the chance to wave a bat in honour to the last bastion of the original Test Match Special team; the team who made it the much-loved programme it is today. The summers of cricket will never be the same without our ‘Dear Old Thing’.

Please note that a 10% booking fee applies online and via the Tourist Info Centre

Show time: 7.30pm

Tickets: All tickets £20

Running time: 1 hour 50 minutes (approx) plus 20 minutes interval