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Sat 12 December

Online concert only

7pm

£14 single or concession / £28 household ticket

Online concert - from the comfort of your living room sofa

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Folk due Ninebarrow’s innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition never fails to impress. Not only exceptional singers and musicians, Ninebarrow are also equally passionate about the stories behind their songs. An evening with the duo isn’t just an evening of great music – it’s also a night of history, folklore, and storytelling.

Having played to a packed Corn Exchange on many occasions, the duo were due to return earlier this year, only this time joined by cellist and long-term collaborator, Lee MacKenzie, as well as the extraordinary talent of John Parker on double bass and Evan Carson on percussion. The pandemic sadly meant the cancellation of the entire tour.

Now, they’ve decided to bring audiences the ‘band show’ that never was with this highly innovative online concert. Filmed live at Lighthouse Poole, with full theatrical lighting, there will be brand new songs from their upcoming album and stunningly realised arrangements of some old favourites.

Complete with a live introduction broadcast from their HQ in Dorset and a live Q&A from Jon and Jay after the show, this promises to be a night to remember! 

How do I buy a ticket?

To purchase an e-ticket for this show, please follow the booking link to be directed to Ninebarrow’s dedicated booking page.

An e-Ticket will allow you and anyone in your household to watch the concert live on their phone, tablet, laptop or compatible Smart TV, or to catch-up at any point 7 days after the original broadcast so that if you’re not able to join Ninebarrow on the night or heaven forbid, your internet goes down, you’ll still be able to enjoy the full show.

Ninebarrow will kindly be donating 25% of any ticket sales via this link directly to Dorchester Arts.

To purchase an e-ticket for this show, please follow the booking link to be directed to Ninebarrow’s dedicated booking page.

An e-Ticket’ will allow you and anyone in your household to watch the concert live on their phone, tablet, laptop or compatible Smart TV, or to catch-up at any point 7 days after the original broadcast so that if you’re not able to join Ninebarrow on the night or heaven forbid, your internet goes down, you’ll still be able to enjoy the full show.

Ninebarrow will kindly be donating 25% of any ticket sales via this link directly to Dorchester Arts.

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