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Music week in the Studio Theatre

Events inthe Studio Theatre

Once again Buzz Buzz Buzz promotions have come up with a lively, varied and vibrant week of music in the Everyman’s Studio Theatre.
The event, brought together by Corin Hayes, runs from next Wednesday through to Saturday and starts off with the hugely talented Hattie Briggs. Nominated for the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award 2014, she’ s a natural and sensitive performer with a unique, unaffectedly expressive voice and style. Influenced by the likes of James Taylor and Eva Cassidy her songs are crafted with a maturity that belies her youth, and an honesty that when combined with her presence on stage will win over the hearts of any audience.
On Thursday Bill Caddick takes the stage. A favorite on the folk circuit since the 60’s Bill Caddick’s songs as a solo artist have been covered by many well known performers including Christy Moore and June Tabor. He joined the Albion band for the National Theatre productions of 'Larkrise' and the award winning trilogy ‘The Mysteries'.  Bill was also a founder member of the legendary folk-rock band 'The Home Service'
Friday sees former front man of  Mercury Award nominated indie band Guillemots, Fyfe Dangerfield, in the limelight.  Fyfe made his solo album debut in 2010 with Fly Yellow Moon to critical acclaim and reaching number 12 in the charts. This solo performance is a rare opportunity to see him play in such an intimate venue and one not to be missed.
And Music Week bows out on Saturday with Roy Bailey - one of the UK Folk & Acoustic scene’s most loved and admired performers. Through his love of traditional songs and the stories they tell Roy Bailey has developed a unique repertoire of songs of dissent and hope that he has performed on stages, TV and radio all over the world.
All tickets £10.50 -

Explore Gloucestershire
17 March 2015

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