Branwen is a musician and performance artist who was raised on a diet of salty sea air and sideways rain in the West of Ireland. She is a self-proclaimed imaginary horse enthusiast. Well known from her previous incarnation as one half of Twin Headed Wolf (praised as “Glastonbury’s most special festival find”) this is her first solo project. Her work is imagination centric and is inspired by mythology and folklore from around the world. She released her first solo album this year in New Orleans followed by an Irish release and tour with her band in May. Her live show involves an array of unmusical objects employed as instruments, as well as actual instruments including loop pedals, banjo, guitar and harmonium. You can expect a to see show woven with storytelling, poetry, occasional puppetry, an intricate knowledge of folklore and a dash of the surreal.
“They wove an acoustic web of enchantment, singing deep mysterious songs that breached the veil between this world and the Great Unseen. The audience was left in a daze of delight.”
Entry by donation
November 12 @ 16:00
16:00 — 17:00 (1h)