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Cobalt Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne

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£8.54

Newly imagined folkscapes

 

FRESH = Live music + food

6.30pm doors, dinner, board games

8pm music

£8 adv

Dinner + gig

 

Bertie Armstrong is a singer and banjo player based in Newcastle, he blends a mix of traditional Appalachian old time and blues with original songs. Bertie’s song writing has been greatly influenced by artists such as Neil Young and Townes Van Zandt, as well as traditional songs from America and the U.K.

 

“Multi-instrumentalist Maisie May and Anna Hughes use open tunings, finger style guitar, and samples deftly woven together with spoken words and vocals to create strikingly innovative, newly imagined folkscapes.”

Pricing and availability

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Venue

Cobalt Studios

Boyd Street

Newcastle upon Tyne

NE2 1AP

We are wheel user friendly and a safe space for all

Can I still have food if I forget to buy an advance ticket?
Food is only included with tickets that were purchased in advance (this is a DIY hands on project and we can only cater for those who buy in advance)

How much are tickets on the door?
Tickets on the door are available for £8.00 and do not include food   

What are the times for the event?
The door are 6.30pm and there will be board games in the venue while you wait for you food, which be served before 8.00pm. The music usually starts at 8.00pm and run till rougly 11.00pm.  

Organiser

Cobalt Studios

Cobalt consists of 14 artists studios, an arts venue, a top floor hot design space in development (grants pending!) and a backyard with loads of potential for a point in the future when the main building is finished. Cobalt Studios is a not for profit arts community interest organisation that we set up to nurture and support culture and community. We do this by providing the following services; • Access to affordable or free space for artists/organisations on low incomes to nurture and safeguard cultural endeavour • Access to audiences for affordable or free cultural activity • Providing education activities • Providing apprenticeship and training opportunities as well as the creation of voluntary posts and jobs