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Gwyneth Herbert

NCEM, York
Sunday 21 October 7:30pm

Adults £12.00 | Concessions £10.00 | Students £5.00

Please note that online booking is no longer available, but tickets can be bought on the door on Sunday evening from 6.30pm.
Gwyneth Herbert, singer-songwriter, writes beautiful melodies and has a poet's grasp of the world around her. Herbert's songs are populated by a living, breathing cast of beaten-down dreamers, jaded city-dwellers, and women in a quandary. Last year, she had her first musical performed at the Watermill in Newbury, appeared at Wilton's Music Hall alongside Sian Phillips and Marc Almond, wrote a song cycle about the sea as artist in residence for Snape
Maltings, sang a series of 18th century murder ballads on Radio 4, and composed and performed a specially commissioned soundtrack to silent film The Patsy at the BFI.

'Consistently engaging... Super-talented' Daily Telegraph

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