Saturday 24th September 2022
7pm to 9pm
There is a possibility for ticket holders to come from 6pm, bring a picnic and enjoy the surroundings.
£12.50 per ticket
Welsh duo Igloo Hearts are made up of married couple James and Katie MacGregor. Their music incorporates classical piano, acoustic guitar and powerful harmonies, in a style that is hauntingly beautiful.
Igloo Hearts have been featured several times on BBC introducing Wales. Adam Waltons’ (BBC Radio Wales)response to their latest single (FishFood) was ‘Oh My God, that’s really, really good!!’ and ‘There is something quite ‘McCartney – esque’ about the melody’.
Julie Weir (Label head – Sony Music, Music for Nations) said their voices together gave her ‘goosebumps’.
Indie Music For All wrote ‘I am astounded by the talent of this couple. They are a combination vocally, of the best bits of Kate Bush and Enya. A bigger compliment I couldn’t give them.’
They were selected for the Focus Wales ‘Song-writing Bootcamp’, working alongside producers such as Cian Ciaran (Super Furry Animals).
They were also finalists at the Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Competition 2022.
Their influences include David Bowie and Elliott Smith, and their passion is unexpected song-writing with classical, chordal twists and turns.
More information about Igloo Hearts can be found on:
If it is a warm and dry evening we might be on the lawn outside one of our timber-framed Centre buildings – in that case please bring a folding camping chair.
Please note that this is an outdoor event and you need to come appropriately dressed for the weather on the day.
If wet weather, we will be inside the large unheated workshop.
Complimentary non-alcoholic refreshments will be served during the intervals.
SORRY – NO DOGS
PLEASE CONTACT US IN ADVANCE/PRIOR TO BOOKING TICKETS IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS WITH REGARDS TO ACCESSIBILITY OR IF YOU HAVE MOBILITY PROBLEMS.
We will follow the required social distancing restrictions and limit ticket sales.
We encourage car sharing due to limited car parking facilities.
In our aim to support the Arts all proceeds of the event will go to the artist.