Keith James: Torch Songs

Thu 6 Feb • 8pm • Full £15 • Music

A concert in support of organizations and individuals who are sacrificing their time in order to promote the awareness of Climate Change.

Anthems of vision, hope and change.
Words that reverberate with the tenacity of human spirit in these current times of brooding disquiet, fractured societies and civil unrest.

Included in this concert are songs by Joan Baez, Labi Siffre, Nina Simone, Cat Stevens, Billy Holiday, Woody Guthrie, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan, Billy Bragg, Leonard Cohen and many more…

Keith James became a courageous and singular figure in November of last year when he released the song I CAN SEE in support of ‘Climate Change Awareness’. He has since released 3 different versions and has seen the song translated into many different languages.

“The world needs powerful songs as much as ever. ‘I Can See’, certainly hits its target. Keith clearly sees the danger of living in a post-truth, self-serving society, but he sees hope too!” Folking.com

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Grace Petrie & Gavin Osborn

Wed 20 Nov • 8pm • Full £15 • Music

Protest singer and folk songwriter Grace Petrie has been singing songs about how bad the Tories are since May 2010. In that time she has amassed a huge fan base from across the folk, punk, comedy and alternative scenes. In 2018 she released Black Tie, an ode to self-expression that quickly became a queer anthem and cemented her place as one of the most important songwriters of her generation.
Earlier this year she completed a UK arena tour supporting Frank Turner, and she is currently providing tour support for Emmy winning comic Hannah Gadsby. You might have heard her on Radio 4’s the Now Show, on Radio 2 in session with Jo Whiley, or the Guilty Feminist Podcast.

Mixing the personal with the political, Gavin Osborn has spent fifteen years entertaining audiences across the UK, Europe and Australia with his deft lyricism, evocative heartwarming storytelling and quick wit. Familiar to BBC Radio 4 and 6 Music, Gavin has released five acclaimed solo albums. The Observer called his most recent album (Echo Bridge) “one of the year’s most relatable releases, a record about being frustrated, angry, bewildered and aware of the utter ridiculousness of a world that has moved past your point of understanding”.
He has as co-written a trilogy of story shows with comedian Daniel Kitson, which toured both in the UK and at Melbourne Comedy Festival. Gavin is currently working on his sixth record, with his band The Comment Section, who are also performing this evening.

All profits from this event go to the Bath & North East Somerset Labour Party campaign to replace Jacob Rees Mogg with a Labour MP.

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The KT Bush Band

Fri 21 Feb • 8pm • Full £15 Concs £12 • Music

The original Kate Bush band members playing the music of Kate Bush 

The KT Bush Band were formed in 1977 and featured Vic King on drums, Brian Bath on guitar, Del Palmer on bass and a young female singer called Kate Bush. The band gigged throughout London and the South of the U.K. playing many of Kate’s original tunes alongside classic covers, and Brian went on not only to perform on her early hit albums, but also the original Tour Of Life, Kate’s only ever tour.

Now the band are back, with original members Vic and Brian, Steve Bevan on bass, Emily Francis on keyboards, and the sensational Sallie-Anne Hurst on vocals.

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