Music |
30th March 2023

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £16.50 | Theatre  

RURA play Brewery Arts in support of their hotly anticipated fourth studio album Dusk Moon, in March 2023. The award-winning quartet have been a mainstage highlight at the world’s leading folk music festivals for over 10 years, touring across Europe, Canada, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, and return to UK venues this spring.

By far their most collaborative record to date, Dusk Moon, is a continuation of the creative journey RURA embarked upon in 2018 with producer Euan Burton, with the release of their critically acclaimed album In Praise of Home. 

Inspired by a deep sense of reflection and hope, Dusk Moon sees the band’s progressive, emotive and powerful sound continue to develop, connecting with fans and music lovers around the globe. Renowned for cinematic arrangements that draw from people and landscapes throughout Scotland, their spellbinding live show is not to be missed.

The band’s sixth release, Dusk Moon is the latest milestone for the Glasgow-based group who continually evolve and push boundaries.

Most recently, RURA stepped back from their own writing to arrange and record with five of the biggest names in the UK folk scene. Our Voices Echo was performed to a sell-out crowd at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal during Celtic Connections 2022, with an all-star band including collaborators Julie Fowlis, Duncan Chisholm, Michael McGoldrick, Ross Ainslie and Hannah Rarity. 

“one of the most exciting bands of the Scottish folk scene” Songlines

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30th March 2023

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