Saturday, 17 November | 8:00pm
At the door: £12.00
In advance: £10.00
We're delighted to announce that Terence Blacker will be performing for us on the 17th November with support from Liz Cotton.
Terence is a songwriter, singer and author who has sung and read at festivals, clubs and theatres in the UK, Europe and America.
He was already an established author when he started writing and performing his songs in 2009. His musical storytelling – offbeat, funny songs capturing the lives of modern-day misfits and outsiders – quickly found a following at folk clubs and festivals. Cover versions of one of his early songs ‘Sad Old Bastards With Guitars’ have been played around the world and on YouTube.
Bringing together story and song, Terence took his one man show My Village and Other Aliens for a three-week run at the 2013 Edinburgh Festival, being described as ‘an accomplished Fringe debut’ by the Independent. The credits say it all!
‘ Sharp satirical thinking put into song… You’re going to love it. ’
‘ Illuminating and enjoyable. There’s a pleasing bite behind the melodies… Blacker, with guitar on his knee, is a natural raconteur. ’
Alice Jones, Independent
Liz Cotton is a singer songwriter who combines a sharp comic with technically brilliant guitar playing. She will have you laughing from start to finish.
A great evening full of off beat humour, musial storytelling and great guitar work. 8pm start at the Bank Arts centre in Eye, Suffolk.