One of Scotland’s foremost folk singers, Siobhan Miller is an exceptional talent.
She is renowned for her unique vocal style paired with evocative song-writing, and a fusion of indie and alternative music with her strong folk roots. She is backed by three musicians on guitar, bass and fiddle.
WHY? Alongside a 2018 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award, she is the only ever three-time winner of Scots Singer of the Year at the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards
This extraordinary Irish singer has been captivating audiences and achieving exceptional acclaim for over 20 years.
Alongside a selection of favourites from her previous releases, Cara performs material from her new album Wanderer. It is a collection of beautiful and moving songs recorded in an intimate setting with her husband and musical partner Sam Lakeman.
WHY? ‘Quite possibly the world's most beautiful female voice’ Mojo Magazine
Pat Abernethy (from Belfast) and Dave Marsden (from Dublin) return to their Irish roots for this intimate evening of music and stories.
All the songs reflect the Irish spirit in its many forms - nostalgia, romance, emigration, politics, loss, humour and more. Between songs, you will also be regaled with stories from their days in Ireland.
WHY? Featuring songs from the likes of Paul Brady, Tommy Makem, The Furey Brothers, Van Morrison and Val Doonican
Presented by Isosceles
£14 (£12 conc)
The dance showcase returns for the 5th year, with a new model.
Three choreographers share new works and one returning headline artist presents a full length work. Curated by Charlie Dixon (4Motion Dance Theatre co and Charlie Dixon Dance).
Featuring work from Jacob Elliott Roberts, Beth Veitch, Annie Edwards and 4 Motion Dance Theatre.
Jacob Elliott Roberts - Green Mother
Based on an original short story ‘Gazing into the Mother’ which has been published alongside the performance.
Beth Veitch Dance - Waiting on it
In today’s culture of immediacy, waiting seems intolerable and yet a constant.
Annie Edwards - Solo (film)
Annie will be sharing her final year project, a beautiful film to a Frank Ocean soundtrack.
4MDT - Stranger
Six talented young dancers take influence from Netflix's Stranger Things.
WHY? A captivating evening of contemporary dance theatre that gives emerging artists a unique platform
£10 (£8 conc)
It's 1959 and a stormy night forces a group of friends to run for shelter at their local diner.
They only have the wireless and their guitars for entertainment. The friends reminisce on their favourite songs from the 1950s. Featuring the music of Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Bill Haley and many more, this is definitely a night to remember!
WHY? A journey back in time to celebrate the music of Rock and Roll!
A West African re-enactment of The Beatles’ last ever recorded studio album Abbey Road.
The London Astrobeat Orchestra are a funky, rhythmic, anthemic, percussive, and earth-shatteringly tight live band. They perform the treasured Beatles classics over a backbeat of Afro-Mandingue grooves embellished with intricate Malian Kora.
WHY? This is AfroBeatleMania!!!
£15 (£13 Supporters)
The Americana duo are travelling troubadours with a desire to build on foundations laid by their musical predecessors.
Alyssa and Doug Graham draw on American folk culture, experimenting further on their new record. Their music is inspired by journeys on rail, river and along Route 66. Doug's masterful resonator slide-work and harmonies fuel Alyssa's locomotive voice and driving guitar chords.
WHY? ‘Real emotive, powerful lyrics that make your hairs on your arms stick up’ Fatea Records
£14 (£12 conc)
Danni’s passionate delivery, guitar play, captivating velvet voice and charmingly engaging between-song banter offer spell binding performances.
Having received consecutive AMA-UK award nominations (2017 UK Album of the Year for Mockingbird Lane, 2018 UK Artist of the Year), touring with legends Shakin' Stevens, Lucinda Williams, also The Secret Sisters, singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls has been enjoying an incredible ride.
Her third studio album The Melted Morning was released 2019.
WHY? 'An incredibly well-crafted album' ★★★★★ Maverick Magazine
'A polished dark gem' Americana-UK
'I absolutely love the elegance and beauty of her music' Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2
The chaotic cabaret cult, An Evening Without Kate Bush is here!
Enter Strange Phenomena, howl with the The Hounds Of Love and dance on the moors with Wuthering Heights. Kate's not there, but you are.
From the makers of Julie Madly Deeply. But completely different.
Performer Sarah-Louise Young (The Showstoppers, La Soiree) has teamed up with director Russell Lucas (Warped at VAULT Festival) to explore the music and mythology of one of the most influential voices in British music.
From releasing Wuthering Heights at the age of 19 to selling out the Hammersmith Apollo nearly forty years later, Bush has always surprised and confounded her critics. Through it all her fans have stayed strong.
WHY? Young invites you to celebrate Kate's songs with this unique and mind-blowing show