Friday 8 October: 7.30pm
Please note seats are unreserved.
This October, Kitty Macfarlane returns to selected venues bringing her trademark tonic for the times we’re in. Sustained by the warm glow of her new band, her songs act as both balm and booster for a world on fire.
Expect music old and new that speaks of eco angst and human connection, Sardinian sea silk seamstresses and migratory marine creatures, mutable skies and plate tectonics, and the fragile threads that bind us all together. The show will balance Kitty’s lightness of spirit with weighty stories - held together by the exhilarating clarity of her voice, empathic songwriting, and heady musicianship.
"It’s the richly descriptive context she lends in-between numbers which assures her position as folk-ambassador for the wild." Line Of Best Fit Magazine
"Startlingly poetic." The Observer
"Smooth & believable." Iggy Pop, BBC 6Music
This performance will be sold to reduced capacity. If you’re able to, please wear a mask, in line with government advice. For further information on the safety measures in place at Queen’s Hall, click here.