Gwyneth Glyn

Thursday 18 October, 8pm 

HOME, Theatre 1

£20 (+ booking fee)

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With - This is the Kit + ALICE JONES

Although her feet are rooted deep in the earth of Eifionydd, Gwyneth’s gaze is always drawn to distant horizons.

 

A poet, singer and playwright, she sees herself as an artist-adventurer who thrives on experimenting with different forms.

 

In her latest collection of songs, Tro, Gwyneth encompasses all her recent influences and experiences. It is a collection that traces the journey back to her roots – from Cardiff, where she lived for five years, back to her native environment in Eifionydd, north Wales; the heart’s journey back from darkness to light, and the soul’s journey from a distant, foreign desert to the fruitful greenness of the very place where it belongs.

gwynethglyn.com

In concert with

“soaring new star of contemporary folk”

- ★★★★ The Guardian (Live review @ Leaf, Liverpool Jan 2018)

 
 
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