Edgelarks at The Canopy Theatre

EDGELARKS – CANOPY THEATRE BECCLES Friday 5th November 2021 at 7.30 p.m.Edgelarks2020 sml

Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin have proved themselves one of the most captivating and innovative acoustic duos in the UK - winning the 'Best Duo' accolade at the 2014 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and being nominated for the same title again in both 2016 and 2018.


Edgelarks are a class act built on Henry's much extolled musicianship, Martin's highly original songwriting and her deep, soulful voice. The Devon duo have been making 'world music from the West Country' since 2010 through 5 acclaimed studio albums plus the 2014 live album Live in Calstock.

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Winter Wilson at The Canopy Theatre

WINTER WILSON  - CANOPY THEATRE BECCLES  Sat 30th October 2021 at 8.00 p.m.

Dave Wilson’s songs pull no punches when relating to the sights and sounds of everyday local life, and are complimented by Kip’s powerful and emotional voice.”Daily Telegraph, January 2018
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When Mike Harding dubbed Winter Wilson as one of the hardest working duos on the circuit, he'd clearly done his homework.
In 2019 aside from touring around the UK, they performed in Australia, Spain, Belgium and Canada and also released Live & Unconventional, the long-awaited live album, recorded on tour and at Cropredy Festival with folk rock icons Fairport Convention. The reviews have been exceptional:-
"If you need evidence of just how special the duo Winter Wilson is, then Live & Unconventional delivers in abundance." Steve Caseman, RnR magazine

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Triple Bill at The Canopy Theatre

Hannah Scott, Ross Burkitt & Ali Ward and Stuart Mack


An evening of great acoustic music featuring a triple bill of artists with strong connections to Suffolk.

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Odette Michell and Amy Goddard


       Odette Michell & Amy Goddard at The Seagull Theatre, Pakefield – Sat 2nd October at 8.00 p.m. 

Two of the UK’s best female singer/songwriters in a great double bill

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Odette Michell is an award-winning folk singer/songwriter, guitarist and  bouzouki player whose debut album “The Wildest Rose” was released to wide acclaim in 2019, gaining her extensive airplay on BBC radio and international Folk Radio, followed by an extensive tour in spring that year.

She won Female Artist of the Year at the FATEA Awards and was chosen by R2 magazine as Top Pick of the Year for 2020. She has performed alongside Show of Hands and Seth Lakeman and has opened shows for many artists including Reg Meuross and  Nancy Kerr.

“One of the standout debuts of 2019” - fRoots 

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Amy Goddard has a flair for story songs and won FATEA’s Song of the Year award in 2016 for “Down In The Mine.” She designs her own album covers and performs with a hand-crafted guitar that she built herself.

Her voice has been likened to Sandy Denny and Joni Mitchell for its clear, pure sound. Amy’s 2019 album “Always A Dreamer” was rated No. 2 in the critics’ choice “album of the year” in Country Music People magazine – a great achievement for a UK artist.

Amy is currently recording her third album of original material and has used lockdown time for livestreaming shows and painting

“The rarest of singer/songwriters” - Folk Radio UK



Tickets £10 (£9 concessions) from www.theseagull.co.uk 


Here is Odette performing“The Great Old Northern Line” and Amy singing “I Will See”



Mick Graves (1949-2021)

A personal memoir by Adrian May

          I first met Mick Graves, along with his wife and musical other half Sarah, in the 1970s. They were a mostly traditional, mostly instrumental duo at Chelmsford Folk Club and I was a songwriter and resident singer at the Blackbirds and Chestnuts clubs in Leyton and Walthamstow. They were one of the first to ask to cover one of my songs, The Old Wood Fire. They seemed a bit serious to me, if likeable and bright – also very good musicians. It wasn’t until the 1980s that Peter Booth, guitarist and humorist, phoned me in Halstead to offer me a gig playing bass with him, Mick and Sarah, who were doing English barn-dances as the Metric Foot Band. I borrowed a bass and an amp. The gig was good and they played well. After a while, Pete and I changed their rather passive on-stage presence to loosening up, having a laugh, posing ironically and actually praising each other’s playing when merited. Mick was always brilliant but shy. Sarah was brilliant too and actually fearless. I loved playing with them. We quickly started doing songs. I remember Pete’s enormous presence, standing posed on his tiny amplifier, like a giant on a transistor radio set and everyone laughing.

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