£16.35 incl. booking fee
Keeley Forsyth’s compositions command a spectral and reverent awe. The actor, dancer, composer and singer’s “deeply melancholic brand of haunting, sparse folk is as intoxicating as it is unsettling” (Q Magazine).
With her singular, evocative vocals at the core, Forsyth ushers the listener into raw, intimate soundscapes, as on her striking debut record ‘Debris’.
Having made her name as an actor, the more recent, intuitive shift into focusing on and releasing her music was catalysed by connecting with pianist and composer Matthew Bourne.
Following on from her debut record, Forsyth further expands her sound palette on upcoming new album ‘Limbs’.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Part standing – part unreserved seated event
Age: 16+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)
Start Time: 20.00
“Nothing on [Debris] is intended to be heard from a distance, and at its best, it’s terrifying”
Covid-19 Safety Measures
If you have Covid-19 symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate you should not attend this event.
Proof of negative PCR/Lateral flow test or vaccine passport required on the door
Wearing of a face covering encouraged
Card payment only, contactless preferred
Mask required for entry & compulsory when ordering at the bar