This October, we bring you something truly spectacular; an unforgettable evening of music with Steve Knightley.
Book your place at this exclusive performance taking place on Wednesday 9 October at 19:00 and enjoy an unforgettable evening with us.
“Steve Knightley is a multi-award winning singer-songwriter/musician and founder member of widely acclaimed folk/acoustic roots trail-blazers ‘Show of Hands’ who have sold out London’s Royal Albert Hall no less than five times! Peter Gabriel has described them as ‘one of the great English bands’. A constant throughout Steve’s work is his ability to root his songs in time and place, notably the West Country where he still lives. Informed by a love of history and the English countryside, Knightley writes songs that resonate with contemporary meaning. He has an extraordinary ability to bring the past vividly, smack bang into the present. It’s an gift that fuels his reputation as an ‘issues’ writer. The seminal ‘Country Life’ earned him the title ‘the gravel voiced spokesman of the rural poor’ and his anti Banking rant ‘Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed’ picked up the award for ‘Best Song’ at the 2010 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Steve has a degree in History and Politics and in 2015 was presented with an Honorary Doctorate from Plymouth University for his services to history, geography and music.”
For one night only, this exclusive event offers you the chance to enjoy a wonderful 3-course dinner prepared by Chris and his team, a welcome drink on arrival and an upfront seat to Steve’s performance.
Space is limited and seating is limited to only 30 guests, so be sure to book your spot early to avoid disappointment.
For more information about Steve Knightley’s story, click here.
For bookings, or more information, contact us on (01308) 862 200 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org