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Grange Hall, Radcliffe-on-Trent

Postcode: NG12 2FB

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Gilmore & Roberts in Concert

Show Details

Presented by Gilmore & Roberts

Performance date and time
Sunday, 17th May 2020
7:30 PM

Three-time BBC Radio 2 Folk award nominees, Gilmore & Roberts delve deep into the human psyche with their songs, sharing what they have found, good or bad, with all who listen. Katriona Gilmore & Jamie Roberts (brother of Kathryn Roberts of Lakeman and Roberts) combine astounding musicianship and their trademark harmonies create a live show full of folk myths, family tales and historical secrets. Rooted firmly in folk tradition, their 2018 album ‘Problem Of Our Kind’ brought songs that are as catchy and memorable as they are enthralling. The duo has been on tour throughout the UK and abroad, and touring with folk rock legends Fairport Convention.

'Gilmore & Roberts take English folk and scuff it up with indie rock drama.' Q Magazine ★★★★★ Maverick Magazine ★★★★ Mojo Magazine ★★★★ Americana UK

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Performer's website
www.gilmoreroberts.co.uk

Running time
90 min + interval

Audience Type
Adults/Older Children

Age Range
12+

Ticket Prices
£10.00 Standard

Other Ticket Information
We will print our own tickets

Main Box Office Telephone Number
07718 159 520

Available From
Call 07718 159 520 (Radventures) or from PEN 2 PAPER, MAIN ROAD, RADCLIFFE ON TRENT.

Additional Information
Cabaret style seating. Bring your own nibbles and drinks.

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This performance is supported by:



Arts Council, England