Northern Irish experimental folk songwriter and producer Joshua Burnside deftly blends alt-folk and elements of the Irish folk song tradition with South American rhythms and Eastern European influences, creating a stormy world that shifts and swirls perspective like a lingering lucid dream.

He comes to The Met with songs from his acclaimed album Into the Depths of Hell. Released in 2020, this will be the first opportunity to hear these songs live.

Rescheduled from Friday 19 March 2021.

Dates & Times

Last session: Sat 27 Nov 2021 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed
The Box @ The Met
£13 (inc fees)

Tickets on-sale Friday 19 March at 9am.

Unallocated seating.

Covid Safety at The Met

This will be a full-capacity event with a non-socially distanced audience; we will however still be utilising many Covid safety measures for your safety and the safety of our staff.

Learn about our COVID safety measures

Reviews

“So many delicious twists and turns, the listener truly gets lost.”

The Irish Times

“An ambitious, idiosyncratic work from a unique artist that should be treasured.”

Clash

“An album of foreboding, Richard Dawson-like fervour”

The Guardian

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