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Corn Exchange Mini Concerts: Jesca Hoop

Thursday 18 February 2021
Cambridge Corn Exchange - CB2 3QE
The Corn Exchange welcomes you back for a socially distanced “mini” concert. Grab your tickets and don’t forget your masks!

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Despite being a long term resident of Manchester, Hoop, has until now, returned to her native California to record. This time round however, “it was” according to Hoop “time to step out of my comfort zone, my safe place”, venturing south to Bristol to team up with producer John Parish (PJ Harvey, Aldous Harding, This is the Kit). Parish’s minimal and purist approach helped clarify Hoop in her ideas and subtly yet effectively realigning her sound. The simplified arrangements draw focus to the fundamental sophistication of the songs.

While Hoop’s trademark finger-plucked guitar and ethereal textures remain, the songs and their presentation are ever more direct. Parish “was a gentle collaborator until he killed one of my darlings” Hoop jests. “I’ve never been so brutally edited, and I wasn’t shy about expressing my discomfort at the sight of my work on the cutting room floor. He said, you will forgive me, and in some way I think I actually enjoyed that treatment…being stripped back to the bare basics…albeit painfully”.  STONECHILD ventures further into fresh territory with other voices joining the narrative, with Kate Stables (aka This is the Kit) Rozi Plain and Lucius singing the choruses and expanding the sensual depth of the sonic bloom.


WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: This is a socially distanced event with a strictly limited number of people in attendance. Find out about everything we're doing to keep you safe below.

1. You may only purchase tickets to attend this event with other members of your household or support bubble. Please do not purchase tickets for anyone outside your household.

2. Please do not attend if you or a member of your household has experienced Covid-19 symptoms in the past 14 days – you will be given a no-quibble refund. Temperature checks will be in operation as you enter the venue.

3. Print your tickets at home or be prepared to display them on a smartphone. No tickets will be available on the door.

4. Face coverings will be mandatory at all times, except when eating or drinking in your seats.

For socially distanced events, a new seating configuration respecting a 1 metre plus distance will be in place. Our stewards will be on hand to direct you to where you are sitting.

Drinks and snacks will be available using the app Round, for delivery to your seats. You can read more about Round and download it here. There will be no service at the bar.

The show will end by 9.30pm to allow fans to leave the Corn Exchange safely.

We have been 'See It Safely' approved by the Society Of London Theatre and UK Theatre's 'See It Safely' campaign.

 

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