Music and spoken-word performance from an unlikely trio of writers and performers.

Justin Sullivan: Founder, writer and singer with cult group New Model Army, responsible for selling millions of records and throwing a curve into thousands of lives.

Joolz: Described as a “wild card on the literary scene, treading a line from spine-chilling performance-poet to Orange Prize-nominated novelist. She remains an endearingly forthright figure, and her performances are never less than mesmerising.”

Rev Hammer: Described in the British Press as a “maverick folk veteran”. His live shows combine humour, warmth and his beautiful songs (which are constantly being recorded by the likes of The Levellers, Edie Reader and Maddy Prior).

Expect a show unlike any other: a spontaneous blend of precision and chaos where the performers and audience become one family.

Dates & Times

  • Fri 8 Feb 8:00 PM (SOLD OUT)

Derby Hall
£22.50

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