Seth Lakeman

Music |
24th November 2023

Accompanied by Benj Kirkpatrick & Alex Hart | Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £23 | Extended Theatre

Following the sell-out success of a spring tour, Westcountry folk singer and multi-instrumentalist, Seth Lakeman will visit Brewery Arts for an intimate show as part of his accompanied by folk singer and musician Benji Kirkpatrick, and Devon singer-songwriter Alex Hart.

Seth Lakeman was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize in 2005 for ‘Kitty Jay’ which catapulted him into the forefront of the new British folk movement. His follow-up and gold-selling ‘Freedom Fields’ was produced by Seth’s brother, Sean Lakeman, and went on to become Seth’s first of 6 UK Top 40 albums. It was the 15th anniversary of the album, which includes ‘Lady of the Sea’, ‘King and Country’ and ‘White Hare’, in 2021 which prompted a Deluxe Reissue on Vinyl with bonus tracks.

Seth’s 11th studio album Make Your Mark was released in November 2021 and features 14 powerful, brand-new songs, including Higher We Aspire and Make Your Mark which were playlisted at BBC Radio 2. The following year, Seth was part of the ‘Sea Song Sessions’ album released on Topic Records; a collection of British maritime folk songs and sea shanties performed by Jon Boden, Seth, Ben Nicholls, Emily Portman and Jack Rutter.

Seth has featured on Van Morrison’s new album ‘Moving On Skiffle’ and has previously worked and toured extensively with Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) with his band the Sensational Space Shifters.

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24th November 2023

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