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Kirsty Law, Siobhan Wilson:

A musical conversation

1 June 2024, 19:00 – 20:30

Norham village green

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Meander: Songs from Source to Sea
Meander is an ambitious project led by folk musician Kirsty Law and supported by Connecting Threads. Over three weeks in May and June, Kirsty will be walking the length of the River Tweed, meeting with musicians and writers, sharing songs and stories as she develops a new song cycle. Along the way Kirsty will be running workshops and holding 'musical conversations' at indoor venues and on the riverbank - sharing her findings with the places and communities that inspired them.

Kirsty Law & Siobhan Wilson: A Musical Conversation
Join folk musicians Kirsty Law and Siobhan Wilson for a musical conversation inspired by a journey down the Tweed. Kirsty and Siobhan will be sharing songs and music with you and with each other, following a day of walking along the river.

Arrive from 7pm to have a wander around Norham village, before joining us on the village green for a live acoustic performance from 7:30-8:30pm

There are public toilets in Norham village.

Public Transport
Norham is well served by Borders Buses from Berwick and Kelso.

Parking at the venue
If you require parking for accessibility reasons, please let us know and we will reserve you a space. Otherwise free parking is widely available within the village.

Children are welcome, anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Please supervise your child at all times.

Please note, dogs are not permitted during the event (except for guide dogs).

The performance is taking place outside and there will only be limited shelter in case of rain or strong winds. Please dress appropriately for the outdoors and unpredictable weather and temperatures.

If you have any accessibility concerns, please get in touch with Joanna prior to the event: joanna@sup.org.uk

There will be no refreshments served before or during the performance. There are shops and pubs available in the village if you require anything.

Bad weather
The show must go on: we intend to continue the performance on Norham village green come rain or shine, but if the weather becomes unmanageable or unsafe, we will relocate.