Worthing Theatres are expanding their folk programme with an exciting series of forthcoming concerts, and have passed us the following information.
Worthing Theatres and Museum is always expanding its programme to include new music, and their upcoming season is no different with a selection of fabulous folk acts. From heavy hitters like Fairport Convention to new collaborations by Hannah James and Toby Kuhn. It’s a great opportunity to see something different locally, especially when it comes from musicians of such high calibre like The Rheingans Sisters. They have performances lined up well into next year, so you can make a night of live music a regular event. Get your bookings in now for the brilliant banjo stylings of Damien O’Kane & Ron Block, or Kate Rusby’s angelic vocals and quick wit. They’re also delighted to welcome audiences into the newly refurbished Pavilion Theatre Atrium, which is fast becoming a favourite for intimate gigs.
Find out more about upcoming folk shows in Worthing at wtam.uk/whatson/
Hannah James & Toby Kuhn, Tue 2 Nov, 7:30pm, Pavilion Theatre Atrium
Innovative music from fantastic new folk duo; Hannah is an award-winning songwriter, and Toby a soulful French cellist.
Fairport Convention, Thu 17 Feb, 7:30pm, Connaught Theatre
The legendary folk band return to Worthing for their 55th Anniversary! With Special Guest, singer/songwriter, Luke Jackson.
Kate Rusby, Sat 14 May, 7:30pm | Pavilion Theatre
Rusby’s wondrous singing and signature Yorkshire wit ensures audiences are treated to an unforgettable concert experience.
Damien O’Kane & Ron Block, Tue 5 Jul, 8pm | Connaught Studio
The pair brilliantly cross American bluegrass banjo and Irish tenor banjo to create a brand-new sound: ‘Banjophony’!