Joan Shelley

Joan Shelley’s new album ‘Over And Even’ was written in the back of an abandoned beauty parlour on the island of Thessaloniki, a collection of smart, beautiful songs full of poetry, history, mystery and nature.  She lands on a note like a laser beam on a diamond. People say her voice reminds them of Sandy Denny. It’s more than the vocal range; it’s a quiet power that draws you in.

Support from singer Leonie Evans, whose intriguing music has been championed by BBC 6Music’s Cerys Matthews.

This is a seated show.

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