On Saturday 14th December 2019 we held a much needed winter warmer, taking place in the beautiful and intimate canalside surrounds of The Dorothy Pax featuring Arch Garrison, Emily Jones and little robots.
// Arch Garrison //
North Sea Radio Orchestra’s musical director, composer and accomplished guitairst Craig Fortnam brings his weird folk solo project to Sheffield for the first time. Exploring his fascination with England’s ancient landscape and singing intricate songs about Roman roads, ditches and mounds, Thames Fluvius.. Utterly bewitching.
“Arch Garrison prove that less can be more, and that our limitations are often the very things that set us free.” The Quietus
// Emily Jones //
Delicate, ethereal songs about bees and dust from singer songwriter Emily Jones.
// little robots //
First there was a bang. Then there was a clang and then all of a sudden out of the smoke 3 little robots appeared…. There’s more than 3 of them and nothing robotic about their playing. The sounds of Appalachia via Sheffield, ring out from the right side of the Seven Hills and beyond. This tight knit collective utilise traditional instrumentation and employ close harmony singing to draw the audience into their love of folk and blues.
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£8 (£6 conc) + booking fee in advance
£10 (£8 conc) on door
14+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)