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Due to the ongoing impact of the Coronavirus outbreak, this event has been rescheduled to Mon 19 Oct, and the venue has changed to The Wardrobe Theatre, 25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF.
All ticket holders are being contacted and asked to retain their ticket which is valid for the new date. If ticket holders cannot attend the rescheduled performance, refunds will be issued from the point of puchase.
We thank all customers for their ongoing patience and support during this time.
Winner of the Horizon Award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2019 – Brìghde Chaimbeul is one of Scotland’s fastest rising stars. Her style is rooted in her indigenous language and culture but draws inspiration from a variety of piping traditions such as from Cape Breton, Eastern Europe and Ireland.
She is joined on stage by violinist Aidan O’Rourke who comes from the experimental folk trio Lau. Working closely with O’Rourke, Chaimbeul has devised a whole new way of arranging for pipe music that emphasises the rich textural drones of the smallpipes; the constancy of sound that creates a trance-like quality in the tunes.
“Pure, vital energy… exceptional playing.” – Folk Radio
Age: 14+ (Under 18 to be accompanied by Adults)
This is a seated show. Taking place at The Wardrobe Theatre, 25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF