St Petroc's Sessions: Eliza Carthy
St Petroc's Church - Church Square, Priory Road, Bodmin, Cornwall PL31 2DP
PLEASE NOTE: This event was due to take place on the 4th April 2020 and due to Covid-19, it was postponed until the 28th January 2021. It has now been rescheduled again, and will now take place on Friday 10th September 2021.
St Petroc's Sessions: Eliza Carthy Restitute Live
Eliza Carthy MBE should by now need no introduction. A multi-award winning singer, songwriter and musician from a formidable English music dynasty.
Describing herself simply as a “modern English musician”, Eliza Carthy herself is one of the most recognisable faces of the English folk revival. Her first “solo” album of traditional music in 14 years, Restitute is literally a homely affair, recorded as it was at Eliza’s home in the picturesque Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire.
The band for the Restitute tour comprises Eliza Carthy, Ben Seal, Ben Somers, Willy Molleson and David Delarre – with support slot and special guest appearance from Saul Rose.
In addition to the Restitute material, the band will perform songs from brand new recordings of original songs by Eliza Carthy & Ben Seal – taken from their forthcoming album Northern Glowerhouse presents Through that Sound my Secret was Made Known.
Supported by: TEYLU
We are excited to announce that Eliza Carthy will be supported by acoustic folk duo Teylu, who are Cornish singer-songwriters and childhood best friends Harriet Seed and Molly Biscoe. Playing together for over 10 years, their sisterly bond is transmitted in both lyric and performance.
ABOUT THE ST PETROC'S SESSIONS
The St Petroc’s Sessions are a series of concerts offering a rare opportunity to enjoy live music and entertainment in the beautiful setting of Cornwall’s largest church, St Petroc’s in Bodmin, which dates from the 15th Century. Expect big-name headliners and a platform for local talent.
Organised by intoBodmin and Devon-based promoters Cabaret Voltaire, the St Petroc’s Sessions launched in September 2017 at the Celebrate Bodmin Festival. They have so far featured acts such as This is The Kit, Fairport Convention and The Cuban Brothers. Featuring talent both home-grown to Bodmin, and from across the South West – there’s big names and the best emerging talent.
Once you've got your tickets, here is some useful information about the events:
Tickets: The name of the ticket buyer will be on the door, so give us your name and if it’s on the list, then we'll let you in. Please bring some proof of ID.
Food and drink: You can't bring your own drinks and food into the venue. There will be a bar but please bring cash as we can’t take card payments.
Parking: There is no parking at the Church, but there are three car parks within a two or three minute walk. They are all free after 4pm. Priory Car Park is the closest.
Usual Timings: We usually open the church at 7pm, and the gig will usually finish by 11:30pm.
Access: If you have difficulty with steps, please get in touch. There is level access to the venue, but it would be handy if we know in advance.
Children: under 18's are allowed at this event, but please ensure under 16's are accompanied by a resonsible adult. We reccomend ear defenders for young children, and please note that there is alcohol on sale in the venue.
Anything else: St Petroc’s is a large 15th Century Church. It’s a beautiful venue, but it can be a bit chilly, so dress appropriately. There are no pews, if a seated event the chairs are cushioned, if standing chairs are available. Please note there are pillars. While you'll always be able to stand at the sides and back for a better view, if you want to make sure you have good sight lines from a seated position, we advise arriving ly.
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