Lisa Knapp + Philip Marino

Lisa Knapp + Philip Marino

11th April 2019


One of the most inventive and creative artists around, Lisa Knapp pushes boundaries with her radiant interpretation of traditional folk music. Her vocals reel you in, “cool and pure like iced water, edged with a menace and strength” (The Guardian). Her most recent album Till April is Dead gathered many five-star reviews.

The month of May is the focal point for an eruption of traditions, rituals and celebrations across the Northern Hemisphere: summer is coming, the weather is warmer and the promise of long, light evenings provide a perfect excuse to sing, dance and celebrate.

Melding together some of the most beautiful, strange and beguiling ‘May’ songs inspired by weird and wonderful happenings across Britain, as well as folklore hailing from here and distant shores, and beautiful folk songs of love and loss.

“…Knapp’s voice throughout is a revelation, both pure and wild... Cuckoos, whirring clocks and buzzing flies add extra layers to this fascinating soundworld, on an album overflowing with warmth, light and waywardness.”
The Guardian 5*

"Lisa Knapp's never been short of ideas but with Till April Is Dead she's revealed her true identity as a tradition-immersed yet utterly contemporary and fearlessly original talent..."
fRoots

Philip Marino is an American alt-country/Americana singer-songwriter who has played shows on many well-known stages from London to Norwich. His songs have been played on radio stations around the world, including BBC radio throughout the United Kingdom, and on his 3rd CD (released in 2017) Marino worked with platinum-selling producer and singer-songwriter Simone Felice (the producer for The Lumineers, Vance Joy, and Bat For Lashes) and with James Felice from the well-known American folk band The Felice Brothers.

"Marino continues to show just why he's bubbling on the edge of a commercial breakthrough." - Maverick Magazine

"A wonderfully cultured singer-songwriter, the likes of whom we need to lend more support." - AmericanaUK

“Strong earthy vocals, with a searingly passionate approach to his austere soul searching songs. Honest music for dishonest times.” - Acoustic Magazine

Tickets £12 / £10 concessions.
Doors open 7pm show starts 7.30pm
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