The Sixpenny Sessions team is delighted to announce that Steve Knightley, one half of folk supergroup Show of Hands, is bringing his one man show ‘Unlock Me & Other Lockdown Laments’ to Sixpenny Handley Village Hall on Friday, 24th March (doors and hot food at 7pm, show starts at 7.30pm).
In his brand new one man show, Steve Knightley will perform material that surfaced over two years of isolation and inactivity.
Songs such as ‘The Bristol Slaver’ and ‘You’ll Get By’ were refreshed by headlines and current affairs, while classic covers, such as ‘Forever Young’ and ‘The Boys of Summer’ struck a chord with the thousands that tuned in to his online content lockdown.
Insights, anecdotes and a bunch of new songs will attempt to chronicle and draw a line under an extraordinary episode in all our lives.
Described by The Independent as ‘formidable operators in the roots arena. A class act’, Show of Hands is undeniably one of the strongest current forces in acoustic music.
Penny from Sixpenny Sessions, said: “We feel very fortunate to have a musician of Steve Knightley’s calibre coming to our next Sixpenny Session. If you haven’t experienced his unique blend of folk and rock acoustic music, we would urge you to do so. We can guarantee you’ll have a great evening.”
Tickets cost £20 via www.eventbrite.co.uk – search for Sixpenny Sessions – or from Clarkes the Butcher on the
There will be hot food (vegetarian option available), costing £5, for sale prior to the event from 7pm plus a bar.
All profits from the event will be distributed to worthy causes within the community.
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