An evening of song with Jennifer Crook
Fri 19 April
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm BST
Where do songs come from? What triggers the muse? And how are songs influenced by the places they are born?
Jennifer Crook will explore these questions in an evening of words and music, tracing the birth of a selection of her songs back to the places and stories which inspired them.
Jennifer Crook is a singer, songwriter and musician from Bath who has released five albums and attracted enthusiastic plaudits on the folk circuit in this country and beyond. Her most recent album, The Broken Road Back Home, was chosen as one of the year’s best albums by folking.com and her music has been praised by BBC Radio 2, along with the folk and national press. Don’t miss out!