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Postcode: LN3 4DU

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The Black Feathers in Concert

Show Details

Presented by The Black Feathers

Performance date and time
Friday, 8th November 2019
8:00 PM

Critically acclaimed husband and wife duo Ray Hughes and Sian Chandler are undeniable talents - two gorgeous, perfectly paired voices, one outstanding guitar and great self-penned songs. Likened to the classic pairing of Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons, they play bold, striking, harmony-fuelled Americana music (with an English folk sensibility). Their intimate performances positively sparkle with energy and joy, radiant onstage chemistry, disarming humour, powerful tunes and sumptuous harmonies, drawing the listener in.

'Absolutely wonderful.' Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 'The Black Feathers are acoustic, but with enough power and force to drive a sledgehammer.' fRoots Magazine 'Full of nice touches and sweet harmonies.' The Telegraph ★★★★ 'Draws you in for a brilliant, effervescent ride.' Maverick Magazine

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Running time
80 min + interval

Audience Type
Adults/Older Children

Age Range

Ticket Prices
£10.00 Standard

Other Ticket Information
Licenced bar. Bring your own food. Doors open 7pm.

Main Box Office Telephone Number
07546 579677

Available From
At Reepham Post Office or Rosie Lea Café, Cherry Willingham, or call 07546 579 677

Additional Information
Licenced bar open from 7pm. Bring you own food and cultery. If you are bringing a party, let us know and we will seat you together.

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Venue Accessibility (See Key for more information)

Live & Local affirms that when a disabled person’s access requirements necessitate them being accompanied to a performance, that person and their personal assistant should be able to purchase two tickets at a total cost of no more than the cost of a one full-priced ticket. Promoters are advised that this is best practice that is now supported by an established legal precedent.

Reservable/general parking on site Designated parking Level entrance Ramped approach up to entrance Ramped approach down to entrance Wheelchair accessible toilet Wheelchair accessible toilet with limited transfer space

This performance is supported by:

Arts Council, England