SMAAAK News and Events

Whalebone, Saturday 3 June, Coronation Hall, 7.30pm

Critically acclaimed acoustic trio Whalebone are coming to Kingsland as part of their 2017 tour, promoting their new album Mirabilia, which has already won an award in Canada.

The band are known for using more unusual instruments alongside traditional guitars and fiddle, with five-string violin, eight-string baritone guitar, mandolin and bouzouki all featuring in their music.

“We’re definitely not purists where music is concerned. We love to blend different musical flavours together” said guitarist Steve Downs, who will be joined onstage by fiddle player Sarah Ibberson and guitarist Char Watson.

For a taster of Whalebone’s expressively beautiful music go to www.whalebone-music.com

Tickets £10 /£6 U18s. Book now to avoid disappointment!

 

Next up we have …..

The Secret Marriage, Pop Up Opera, Saturday 15 July, Kingsland Church, 7.30pm Tickets £25/£10  

Remi Harris Trio, Saturday 16 September, Kingsland Church 7.30 pm

h Art 2017,  9 – 17 September, Kingsland Church, 10am to 5pm daily

Arcadia Music Festival, Saturday 7 0ctober, Kingsland Church, 7.30pm

Tickets available from Kingsland Post Office, or T: 01568 709579 or on the door, but please check for availability beforehand.

Dee Wurm and Jim Davies, Trustees SMAAAK.

 

SMAAAK is a non-religious charity raising funds for the restoration and improvement of SMichaels & All Angels, Kingsland, with community use very much in mind.

Registered Charity 1152383