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Posted March 19th 2024

April 2024 Shows (At A Glance)

Our year of live events is shaping up so nicely – we can’t wait to announce all the shows we have scheduled.
In the meantime, let’s get excited about April in both Brighton and Folkestone.
We’re looking forward to seeing you at The Quarterhouse, Komedia, The Rose Hill, Concorde 2 and The Folklore Rooms.

Thursday 4th April
Sam Lee: Song Dreaming Tour at Folkestone Quarterhouse.
Mercury Prize nominated folk singer, writer, conservationist, song collector, award-winning promoter, broadcaster and activist Sam Lee plays a unique role in the British music scene.  “Ambitious, eclectic… a treasure trove of great songs”  
7pm, £20 in advance.

Sunday 7th April
Jolie Holland + special guest Mark McKowski (of Lost Brothers) play Komedia, Brighton.
Jolie is an American singer and performer, combining elements of folk, traditional country, jazz and blues. Over the span of her career, including with the Be Good Tanyas, Jolie Holland has knotted together a century of American song into a beautiful musical stew that is impossible to categorise.
7.30pm, £15 in advance.

Friday 19th April
Jali Bakary Konteh + guests play The Rose Hill, Brighton.
“An exceptional purveyor of the Gambian tradition” and a hugely versatile musician, Jali brings his own personal touch to traditional songs with unique melodic and rhythmic arrangements.
7pm, £14 in advance.

Friday 26th April 
(co-pro with Love Thy Neighbour)
Personal Trainer + Pom Poko play Concorde 2, Brighton.
Two of our favourite bands team up for what will be an unmissable show.
Dutch septet Personal Trainer offers songs that sound like all your favorite indie rock luminaries jam-packed into big-beaming pop psalms.
Norway’s finest punk-pop anticonformists Pompoko share sweet melodies, galvanic punky ructions and wild-at-art-rock eruptions.
7pm, £18 in advance, plus £1 venue levy.

Monday 29th April
Marta Del Grandi + Immaterial Possession (double bill)at The Folklore Rooms, Brighton.
Immaterial Possession – 4 piece from Athens, Georgia, conjuring a homegrown brew of folk and psychedelia Marta Del Grandi – an eclectic singer songwriter creating a unique genre-splicing style.
8pm, £14 in advance.