From Folk to classic Rock, charity concerts to tribute acts; there is a wide range of music at Arlington Arts this month. All the details you need are below but if you’d like to check out the artists’ music beforehand please view our youtube playlist at the bottom of the page.
Martin and Eliza Carthy are an incredible father daughter duo who individually are well respected musicians in their own right but together are a force to be reckoned with. They perform here on Saturday 02nd September at 8pm with tickets being £16.
Raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support (and others!) Floralyn George is here on 07th September at 8pm at the ticket price of £11 bringing to us her unique style consisting of a soft travelling voice and Harpist mastery.
Not The Rolling Stones are another of our returning favourites who always promise to bring you an exceptional show will all the classics. The international tribute act will be performing at Arlington Arts on the Saturday 9th September at 8pm. Tickets are £16.
Leading the new wave of British Blues bands, Catfish are performing here on Friday 15th September at 8pm with the ticket price of £12.50. With 5 British Blues Awards nominations in the space of two years, Catfish are sure to be a name to watch in the scene for years to come and we cannot wait for their performance.
Martin Turner Ex Wishbone Ash’s will be adding a complete performance of their 1972 album ‘Argus’ to their already stacked set! They’re here on Saturday 16th September at 8pm to take us back to some of the best rock music ever produced. Tickets are £16.
Another act we had no reservations bringing back to Arlington Arts is Stevie Nimmo who played here last year in a co-headline slot with Ben Poole. This time he’s back on his own to show us why his latest album, Sky Won’t Fall, was named Album of the Year at the British Blues Awards 2016. Nimmo is here on Wednesday 20th September at 8pm with a ticket price of £12.50.
The Rails are a critically acclaimed and award winning married folk duo performing at Arlington Arts on Thursday 21st September at 8pm. They’re debut album was chosen as Mojo’s best folk album in 2014. and the band went on to be presented the Horizon Award for Best New Act at Radio Two’s prestigious Folk Awards in 2015. Tickets are £12.
The Little Unsaid are returning with their new material from their latest album, Imagined Hymns & Chaingang Mantras. With deeply personal songs they have been perfecting their live show to the point where it has been described as ‘a thumping depth of passion, recalling the intensity and melancholic overtones of Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen’. Don’t miss them on Thursday 28th September at 8pm for only £12.
Frequent Arlington performers, Mandolinquents are back again and this time they are bringing their special guest Jamie Duffield to join their line-up. It’s always a good laugh, song and dance when Mandolinquents join us and we’re sure it will be again on Friday 29th September at 8pm. Tickets are £14.
Big Boy Bloater and The Limits will be rocking the Arlington Arts Centre stage on Saturday 30th September at 8pm. With praise from Jools Holland, Craig Charles and Imelda May come see what all the talk (and the dance) is about! Tickets are £14.
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