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Keston Cobblers' Club

Joyous blend of quirky folk melodies

Sat 18 October, 8pm

Keston Cobblers' Club

Support from Joe McCorriston

In association with

Based on folklore but full of modern kick, the Keston Cobblers Club was formed in 2009 by siblings Matthew and Julia Lowe, who gathered school friends to revive the legacy of the old struggling Cobbler of Keston and his foot-stamping, shoe-scuffing music club. With beautiful harmonies, an oom-pah tuba line and a mish-mash of accordion, guitar, banjo, piano, harmonica and mandolin, the Cobblers make music that will make you dance until your shoes wear out.

"One of the best new discoveries I’ve made” - Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 6 Music.

Joe McCorriston

Joe McCorriston is a 20 year old Singer/Songwriter from Morecambe. He has two releases to his name, 2011's EP "One Day" as well as 2012's album "Try As You Might", both receiving fantastic reviews. Joe has a reputation for being a hard working, DIY, touring machine, playing an average of over 150 gigs a year, as well as being a regular on the small festival circuit with appearances at festivals such as Kendal Calling, 2000 Trees, and Rebellion Punk Festival.

He has also toured/shared the stage with the likes of Frank Turner, The Blockheads, The Heartbreaks, Chris T-T, Gaz Brookfield, and many more in his short career. With a new EP "Sick & Sand" on it's way in late 2014, as well as many more planned UK & European tours for 2015, the future is looking bright for Joe.

What's more?

Find out more about Keston Cobblers' Club at www.kestoncobblersclub.com.
Find out more about Joe McCorriston at www.facebook.com/joemccorristonmusic.

Ticket Information

You can buy tickets in advance online via our official ticket agents Brewery Arts Centre (click on Book below to be taken there) or over the phone for the reduced rate of £8 (£6 concessions). Online tickets will add a booking fee of £1.50 per transaction and tickets bought over the phone will add a 50p charge per transaction. On the night of the gig, tickets will cost £10 (£8 concessions).


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(£6 concessions)