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October Events at Chapel Arts

Chapel Arts Centre & Cafe
St James's Memorial Hall
Lower Borough Walls
Bath
BA1 1QR
Sheelanagig at Chapel Arts

About

Sunday 1 October
A Touch of Mrs Robinson
Featuring Fiona Coffey and her dashing musicians, Michael Roulston and Jonathan Kitching.
This funny, provocative and uplifting show contains a surprisingly inspirational message from cinema’s greatest cougar!
Advance £15. Door £17.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Thursday 5 October
Sheelanagig
A West Country institution for the past decade. A quintet putting both groove and stomp into a selection of traditional and original European folk music.
Advance £12.50. Door £14.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Friday 6 October
Dan Reed plus support Max Harvey
Dan returns to perform acoustically new material from the Dan Reed Network’s 2016 album ‘Fight Another Day’ and to showcase new material.
Advance £12.50. Door £15.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Saturday 7 October
All or Nothing: Edana Minghella Quartet celebrate Billie Holiday
Edana and her fabulous band celebrate Billie Holiday with songs from the album and beyond, and stories from Billie’s short but inspirational life.
Advance £15. Door £17.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Sunday 8 October
Tom McRae
British singer-songwriter Tom McRae is one of the most respected songwriters in the world today, having released 6 critically acclaimed studio albums and three live recordings over the last 15 years, with a new album scheduled for release in August of 2017.
Advance £20. Door £20.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Thursday 12 October
Pierre Bensusan
Algerian guitarist, singer & composer recognised as one of the most eloquent and diverse world musicians of our time.
Advance £13. Door £15.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Friday 13 October
The Epstein
An integral part of the ever burgeoning Oxford roots/Americana scene. They’ll be playing tracks from the new album 'Burn the Branches'.  
Advance £10. Door £12.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Saturday 14 October
The Unravelling Wilburys
Just when they were about to make it in the big time, this band of good ol’ boys from Nashville Tennessee had a whole bunch of songs (allegedly) stolen by Roy Orbison; Jeff Lynne; George Harrison; Bob Dylan and Tom Petty, under the super group pseudonym “The Traveling Wilburys.” Things were so bad after that, the real Wilbury brothers resorted to dressing up as The Beatles, and spent over 20 years touring as “Sgt. Pepper’s Only Dart Board Band.”

After a lengthy legal battle, a Hazzard County judge ruled the boys could git back their true identity and hit the highway with all their old songs including: “Handle with Care”; “The End of the Line”; “The Devil’s Been Busy” and, by way of compensation, “Pretty Woman”; “Mr. Blue Sky”; “Mr. Tambourine Man” “All Those Years Ago”; “The Waiting” and many others.
Advance £15. Door £17.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Monday 16 October
Volcanic Wines
Presented by Phil Cooke
Not explosive! But wines from grapes grown on volcanic soils. Now acknowledged to produce quality wines. 8 wines plus quality breads and cheeses.
Advance £20
Doors 7.15pm. Starts 7.30pm. Ends 9.30pm.


Friday 20 October
Saiichi Sugiyama Band plus support Five By Five
Acclaimed blues-rock guitarist Saiichi Sugiyama and his 6-piece band are touring to promote the release of their new album.
Advance £10. Door £12.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Saturday 21 October
Elvis 56 and the 'If I can Dream' Band... From Memphis to Hollywood
The most Rocking show you’ll see this year and a must see for any Elvis Fan.
Advance £17. Door £19.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Wednesday 25 October
The Blueswater Band
100 years of blues, 90 minutes to play it. From early delta blues to modern artists such as Jack White and Seasick Steve, Blues! plays the songs and tells the stories of the artists that have defined today’s music.

Featuring award-winning rhythm and blues band The Blueswater, the show was originally conceived for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and now tours across the UK. 2012 Spirit of the Edinburgh Fringe Award winner.

‘Definitely a band to watch!’ – Blues in Britain
Advance £12. Door £14.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Friday 27 October
Baka Beyond
A seamless celebration of the Global Village. 'If there has to be a definition of world music, this is it!' - Andy Kershaw. Standing gig.
Advance £12.50. Door £15.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Saturday 28 October
Dire Streets - Tribute to Dire Straits
Dire Streets perfectly capture the distinctive, authentic sound of one of the biggest guitar bands of all time.

Fronted by finger picking guitar ace John Brunsdon and his band of accomplished musicians, they play with an attention to detail and musicianship that marks them as the stand-out Dire Straits tribute in the UK.
Advance £18. Door £20.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.


Sunday 29 October
Rodney Branigan
Texas-raised Londoner Rodney Branigan learned to play in Austin, perform in Los Angeles, craft songs in Nashville, and put it all together in London.

Artists are often described as having “a unique talent”; few epitomise this more than multi instrumentalist Rodney Branigan. In fact, Texan-born Rodney’s talents as a musician are as plentiful as the many instruments he expertly plays side by side.
Advance £10. Door £10.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm.

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