Visited the show on the opening night which was very well attended. Could have spent a small fortune on much of the work. Congrats to the organisers.
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Anais was just brilliant. Really… just an amazing live performer, brilliant distinctive voice and musician.
“Startlingly original American singer-songwriter Anais (pronounced ‘uh-nay-is’) Mitchell has truly arrived with her critically-acclaimed 5-star album Hadestown, ‘a multi-layered, sensationally good and endlessly absorbing folk opera that reworks the story of Orpheus and Eurydice as an allegorical saga set in depression-era America.”
Thanks Nigel for bringing such brilliant performers to the Band Room Farndale. Looking forward to 5th November and the next gig.
Again , if you’ve not been to the ‘Greatest small venue on Earth’ you still have the experience and pleasure to look forward to. It only holds 100 people so if you want to go get a shake on..
Interesting and entertaining band from Huddersfield who played many instruments and had a very different sound. Look forward to listenting to the CD.
Thanks to Helen at York Museums Trust who showed us their collection of early UK studio glass, including works by Pauline Solven, George Elliott and Sam Herman.
So different to studio glass today but still each piece still has a real sense of the excitement of the maker and the a strong sense of integrity within the work. Good to see and handle pieces that are only usually seen in print.