+ Neil Crossley & Dan Everett
Judy Collins is an indisputable musical treasure. With her narrative lyricism and astute musicality, Collins has spent over 50 years carving out a unique legacy.
Her landmark 1967 release Wildflowers featured both her originals alongside compositions by Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen, the latter of whom prompted Collins to start making music in the first place.
Her 29th album Spellbound continues to expand Collins’ creative horizons, comprising a work of modern folk excellence. For the first time, the record features all songs written by Collins, with the vivid and picturesque detail of her songwriting shining through.
Bristol Beacon Presents River Town 2022
Age: 16+ (under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)
Start Times: 20:00
“When audiences come to see her perform…they are transported”
The New York Times
Neil Crossley is a Bristol-based singer-songwriter who fronts Furlined, a band whose lush sound spans alt-country, blues and folk. Their last album Win A Dream Wedding was widely acclaimed. “Songwriter Neil Crossley has one of those winning, strong yet gentle Jackie Leven/Richard Hawley baritones that do male vulnerability beautifully,” said MOJO in its four-star review.
Dan Everett is a singer-songwriter and musician whose music blends Americana and folk with the rhythmic sensibilities of soul and jazz. He has gained recognition from the likes of Bob Harris on BBC Radio 2 and Cerys Matthews on BBC Radio 6. Dan has toured widely across the UK and Europe and is currently touring with Lady Nade and also plays bass with Furlined.
Getting to the venue
Location: Redgrave Theatre is located near Mansion House in Clifton, 800m from Pembroke road.
Address: Redgrave Theatre, Percival Rd, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3LE
There are four bicycle racks available in front of the theatre. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
On-street parking is free after 5pm Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. Blue badge holders may park their vehicles on the double yellow lines in front of the theatre.
Bristol Clean Air Zone
Redgrave Theatre is outside but close to the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.
Bus Numbers 8 and 9 from Bristol Temple Meads, City Centre, Clifton and Redland stop on Clifton Down Road near to the Redgrave Theatre.
There is level access to the front of the auditorium via the side door to the left of the building. Blue badge holders can park at the front of the Theatre.
A portable ramp is available for wheelchair users, who will be accommodated in two designated spaces per performance, one on each side of the front row, adjacent to ramped emergency exits.
Please contact us if you require particular seating arrangements.
Unfortunately Redgrave Theatre does not have an accessible toilet.
Registered assistance dogs are welcome inside the venue.
Induction loop facilities are not available at this venue.
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