Songs of miners, mutiny and murder; starvation, sirens and smugglers, with enthralling stories
A true spectacular double bill with songs of miners, mutiny and murder; starvation, sirens and smugglers, that’s what you get when you leave this bunch of Cornish renegades alone with a load of wood, strings and drum skins for too long!
Du Glas offer their own brand of original roots music, combining influences from Americana and British folk- rock (and whatever else takes their fancy at the time). Their energy, humour and love of gin has incited such madness that audiences have thrown away their pints, danced in a downpour and bounced on the bar like a Bruckheimer film (you know the one we mean) You’d be a fool to miss it!
As well as Mark Harandon “Without our stories and our songs, how would we know where we come from?” Country Life: Show of Hands. Mark Harandon has told stories for over 30 years, in castles; on cliffs; underground in mines; in pubs and in theatres. Funny stories, dramatic stories, using the best CGI system ever: your imagination. So don’t miss out on a night to remember!