Saturday 20 June 2020
Waterbeach Baptist Chapel
JOHN BRAMWELL plus friends Sat Jun 20th.
After 2 previous sell out Beach Sessions, Mercury Prize nominated songwriter John Bramwell returns to Waterbeach Baptish Chapel to perform a special show with accompaniment from Dave & Andy Fidler. He'll be performing songs from his iTunes number one album " Leave Alone The Empty Spaces" as well as songs from his illustrious back catalogue as songwriter with I AM KLOOT plus some new songs from his forthcoming album " The Light Fantastic". You can also expect the usual miss mash of bizarre stories and quirky humour in an evening sure to delight.
"An artist who has a singular voice in both the literal and metaphorical sense"- Lauren Laverne
" The UK's finest export- The New Yorker Magazine
" Bramwell's new songs are spellbinding"- The Sunday Times
Take a look and listen:
Seats are unreserved. Please be aware tickets usually sell fast and normally sell out well in advance. Doors 8pm with support act at 8.15pm. The Chapel is a short walk from the mainline train station. During the interval there is time to visit the neighbouring pub or enjoy tea and cake in the venue. Please note that the Chapel is an alcohol-free venue.
About the Beach Sessions
For over 7 years Beach Sessions has put on many of the world’s leading songwriters and bands including Boo Hewerdine, Steve Kilbey, Jordan Mackampa, The Slow Show, MG Boulter, Rue Royale and Blue Rose Code. Our favourite venue is Waterbeach Baptist Chapel due to its excellent acoustics and ambience. It is also small enough to experience really intimate sessions where the artist is only a few feet away. Find out more at: facebook.com/thebeachsessions
“In a Victorian chapel lit with gorgeous pink lights and fed with homemade cake, Waterbeach has clearly been holding out on us. From start to finish, the whole thing was exceedingly beautiful – proof that you don’t need to venture into the city to get high quality music.”
Slate the Disco
JOHN BRAMWELL plus friends
8pm - 10.45 pm
Running times are approximate and subject to change