Mikey Kenney and Germa Adan: Metronome Folk Sessions

Wednesday 22 February 2023

7:00 pm : Main stage

Standing

14+ (under 16's to be accompanied by an adult)

Tickets

General admission: £8.00 + booking fee
Student member: £5.00 + booking fee

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Stage times
Doors open: 7.00pm
The Girl and The Stone: 7.30pm – 7.55pm
Germa Adan: 8.10pm – 8.40pm
Mikey Kenney: 9.00pm – 10.00pm

As part of the Metronome Folk Sessions – bringing together the best folk musicians from around the world, for intimate seated performances

Support comes from THE GIRL and the STONE.

Mikey Kenney is a passionate and well-respected advocate for traditional music – a brilliant traditional fiddle player drawing primarily on his native North West English and Irish heritage  – but grounded in a present-day, urban reality.

He is a musician with wide-open horizons and insatiable curiosity for new possibilities. As evidenced on his latest album, The Reverie Road (Penny Fiddle Records), Kenney’s songwriting is both adventurous and earth-bound, with his high lonesome voice exploring sun-drenched Italian vistas, dream worlds and sounds of the city. Mikey is currently working on a new album, due for release in autumn 2023.

Germa Adan writes and performs a tapestry of rich vocal and stringed harmonies, influenced by the overlapping identity with cultures, especially so in the Haitian, American and British folk influences that colour her sound.

She is well known for her unique use of the violin as an accompaniment to her vocals, using delicate yet intricate rhythm and harmonies.

Accessibility

Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.
Standing gigs offer accessibility for disabled patrons in our mezzanine. We will always do our best to accommodate individual requirements, and other viewing options may be available at standing gigs following a risk assessment of the event.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at [email protected].

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Mikey Kenney and Germa Adan: Metronome Folk Sessions

Stage times
Doors open: 7.00pm
The Girl and The Stone: 7.30pm – 7.55pm
Germa Adan: 8.10pm – 8.40pm
Mikey Kenney: 9.00pm – 10.00pm

As part of the Metronome Folk Sessions – bringing together the best folk musicians from around the world, for intimate seated performances

Support comes from THE GIRL and the STONE.

Mikey Kenney is a passionate and well-respected advocate for traditional music – a brilliant traditional fiddle player drawing primarily on his native North West English and Irish heritage  – but grounded in a present-day, urban reality.

He is a musician with wide-open horizons and insatiable curiosity for new possibilities. As evidenced on his latest album, The Reverie Road (Penny Fiddle Records), Kenney’s songwriting is both adventurous and earth-bound, with his high lonesome voice exploring sun-drenched Italian vistas, dream worlds and sounds of the city. Mikey is currently working on a new album, due for release in autumn 2023.

Germa Adan writes and performs a tapestry of rich vocal and stringed harmonies, influenced by the overlapping identity with cultures, especially so in the Haitian, American and British folk influences that colour her sound.

She is well known for her unique use of the violin as an accompaniment to her vocals, using delicate yet intricate rhythm and harmonies.

Accessibility

Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.
Standing gigs offer accessibility for disabled patrons in our mezzanine. We will always do our best to accommodate individual requirements, and other viewing options may be available at standing gigs following a risk assessment of the event.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at [email protected].

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