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October 2016 7.30pm
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With Heg and The Wolf Chorus; and The Teacups
Moulettes are a Brighton based British band of Björk, Frank Zappa and Gentle Giant loving multi instrumentalists known for their breathtaking live shows. Weaving in and out of several genres with 3 part harmony female vocals, amplified Cello, Distorted bassoon, auto-harp, Guitar, Drums, Bass and synths they create an incomparable alt pop/rock/folk universe.
'A big reputation as a great live band. A rampant musical imagination'Froots Magazine
Hailing from Bristol, Heg and The Wolf Chorus has been born out of Heg Brignall's story-inspired songwriting. They create theatrical, original folk which draws inspiration from fairy tales and the twisted roots of Heg's family tree, taking the listener on a journey from Grimm's fantastical forests, across the stormy Atlantic to the black, dangerous coal mines of Illinois and far beyond.
'Anyone hearing this group for the first time can only be excited to hear more of their work in the future.'Bright Young Folk
The Teacups, an a capella foursome, have been creating a storm across the UK festival circuit in the past few years. Their second album, 'Of Labour & Love' contains new and original compositions as well as murder ballads, exotic shanties and traditional songs of love and loss, and has been critically acclaimed.
Please note this is an unreserved seated event. You will be able to choose your seats on arrival at the venue.
Doors open for this event at 1900, stage times are as follows:
The Teacups - 1930
Heg & The Wolf Chorus - 2000
Moulettes - 2100
Approximate finish - 2210
Please note: The Met will be undergoing refurbishment between March and November 2016. Events during this period will take place at other local venues.
This event will take place at The Elizabethan Suite, Bury.
Part of Homegrown, The Met's festival of English folk music.
Thank you to
Core programme and
major capital funders
The John S
With thanks to
Walker Morris LLP.
Joanne Collumbine and Keith Gillespie; Noreen Kershaw;
Mark Potter; Ian Warburton.