Contemporary folk singer/songwriter Kate Doubleday plays Brockholes Brownature reserve tonight.
The rising star is joined with multi-talented instrumentalist Trevor Lines (bass/ukele), Dan Wilkins (guitar/kora) and Marie Smith (chello) to explore the wild on their UK tour of Wildlife Trusts this summer.
Kate’s original songs draw inspiration from nature and in particular from the beautiful Mid-Wales Dyfi Valley. She will now perform the material right up close to nature, in order to evoke a sense of place and to take the audience of a journey into the wild where the music was conceived.
The tour is a unique collaboration with the Wildlife Trust in reserve visitor centres, with Kate will be enchanting audiences with an acoustic performance of her new work ‘Freefalling’.
For information or to book, call 01772 872 000. Tickets cost £6 and its starts at 7pm.