Briana Corrigan

Music |
18th April 2024

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £13.50 | Theatre Seated

With a voice that “could melt icebergs at 50 paces” (VOX), Briana Corrigan of The Beautiful South returned to the stage after a 10-year hiatus in Autumn 2023, with a handful of sold-out, intimate shows throughout the UK.

Belfast-born Corrigan is best known for delivering Beautiful South’s most successful single, the chart-topping, No1, Brit award-winning ‘A Little Time’ where her unique vocal and Heaton’s brilliantly acerbic lyrics and catchy melody combined to create an unforgettable anthem to broken love

As a songwriter in her own right, Corrigan has released 2 critically acclaimed solo albums.

This is a rare opportunity to hear Corrigan’s “stupendous vocal” (NME) up close and personal as she entertains with an evening of story and song. Expect Beautiful South classics, nestled among her own beautifully crafted songs and some unique takes on traditional favourites all combining to pack an intimate, heart-warming, emotional and joyous punch of connection.

“one of the most distinctive voices in pop” Time Out

“ her forte…. ‘chest hugging breast beating balladry of the highest calibre” Q magazine

“A revelation!” Melody Maker

a songwriter of wit and elegance” Hot Press

“It’s like listening to someone sing you a story. The rain outside is drifting along the glass and this is a good soundtrack to the tale of its falling” Melody Maker

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18th April 2024

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