Free music sessions in the Old Fire Station's Gallery. Click on the acts below to find out more about who's playing.
Jack Durtnall is a London-based musician, singer and songwriter with a wide range of influences. Jack's work has been critically acclaimed by Radio 1 as BBC introducing Track of The Week (March 2014), supported by BBC London introducing in 2016 and nominated for Glastonbury Emerging Talent in 2014 and 2015, with a shortlist for Larmer Tree Festival's Breakthrough Music Awards 2014 as a solo artist.
AJENT is a new experimental, collaborative musical project featuring reggae/soul artist Asher Dust and members of local bands Stornoway and Water Pageant, drawing influence from Human League and Massive Attack among others.
Sophie Janna sings dark songs from eras past as if they were written yesterday. This "heavenly-voiced Amsterdam singer" (fRoots) combines strong folk songs with great storytelling and unites a clear, stirring voice with percussive playing on guitar, mbira and bodhrán. The person who guesses the correct number of deaths and broken hearts at the end of a gig will get a reward.
Senegalese master musician Jali Fily Cissokho plays the 21 string West African kora/harp. He comes from a long line of griot musicians and creates a unique natural musical blend that spans centuries and continents. He appears with Natureboy (aka Dave Noble), an equally versatile performer who plays guitar, double bass, sitar plus many other instruments.