Glastonbury: A Song of Frost and Fire
December 11 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
We are grateful and very glad to be travelling out from Dartmoor again with some concerts to catch the profound taste of midwinter and the deep resonance of our collective hearth fires during the cold months. Our last live performance before the lockdown year took place in the Assembly Rooms in winter 2019 and we are delighted to be back again on this small winter tour, to join in celebration, share prayers and dance together. This evening will bring you a magical infusion of ancient instruments (including our hand-crafted forest flutes and wild drums), soul-filled melodies, songs of sacred land and ancestral spirit, vibrant rhythms and a few mythic tales. We will be performing from recent albums (Nine Prayers North, Flow, Bones and Winter Folded Everything Inside a Shawl of Feathers) and some newly created work, including songs in the ancient proto-Celtic Bronze Age language. We hope you will be able to join us for this celebration of the season and honouring of our shared journey within the belly of midwinter.
The Assembly Rooms team will have their own covid care considerations in place and we will be complying with the requirements of the venue. This may involve mask wearing on arrival and when moving around the building, one way systems and spacious seating (unallocated). Some venues are beginning to ask people to take a rapid test before arrival and in December we may wish to consider that possibility. Please see this page for updates nearer to the date of the concert. The cafe/bar will be open before the concert and during the interval. Ticket prices: £15 full price, £10 concession (for students and those on low income benefits), £5 young people 10-18
PLEASE NOTE: we have suspended ticket sales for now as we have reached our preliminary seat allocation. There may be more tickets released nearer the date of the concert – please email us to put your name on the reserve list for any extra tickets – many thanks.
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