Postcode: NG19 7PLView Map (13 Newboundmill Lane, NG19 7PL)
Presented by The Carrivick Sisters
Performance date and time
Friday, 2nd February 2018
The Carrivick Sisters are one of the UK's top young bluegrass and folk acts. Twins Laura and Charlotte perform their original songs and instrumentals along with a few carefully chosen covers on guitar, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, and clawhammer banjo.
Their busy touring schedule is rapidly building them a reputation for engaging and entertaining live performances with tight sibling vocal harmonies and multi-instrumental virtuosity. Having grown up in South Devon, an area rich in folk lore and legends, much of their original material is inspired by their local surroundings and history.
As well as touring all over the UK, the Carrivick Sisters have performed at major festivals in Canada and mainland Europe. They have released four CDs to much critical acclaim, with "From the Fields" having been played on national radio. Their fifth, "Over the Edge" was released in October 2013. The Carrivick Sisters first started performing as a duo in 2006, originally as buskers before starting to play more and more proper gigs, turning professional when they left school in 2007. In 2007 they won the South West Busker’s and Street Entertainer’s Competition, gaining themselves their first spot at Glastonbury Festival.
In 2008 Laura achieved 2nd place at the RockyGrass Fiddle Contest in America. The Carrivick Sisters were finalists in the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards 2010 and were named Band/Duo of the Year in the 2011 FATEA Awards. Most recently Charlotte won first place in both Old-time banjo and fiddle at FOAOTMAD's festival in Gainsborough 2012.
'The Carrivick Sisters are pick of the crop' The Telegraph 'Formidable multi-instrumental skills and song writing' Q Magazine
90 mins + interval
Other Ticket Information
Doors open 7.30pm
Main Box Office Telephone Number
01623 810 035
Mick Gamble 01623 810 035 Tom Kirkham 07734 274 848
Doors open 19.30. Complimentary light refreshments during the interval. No bar - but you can bring your own drinks. Street parking.
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