Sat 23rd June, 20188:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)
Bookings are closed for this event.
The Cafe is open this evening, last orders at 6.30pm
Circe’s Diner are a refreshing change to the UK music scene, providing a nod outside the norm with honest lyrics & a nuance of country & folk.
Twisted with the bittersweet, Circe’s Diner blend catchy hooks, infections melodies and dreamy harmonies in a unique way that voices strength, whilst baring one’s deepest vulnerabilities.
Through wondrous tales of everyday life, the quirky lyrical content draws inspiration from love, loss, friendship and tigers!
With numerous performances at Glastonbury, Ronnie Scotts, Boomtown Fair & The Big Feastival, Circe’s Diner’s have also had their heartfelt charm picked up by BBC Introducing.
As well as numerous festival appearances, 2017 saw their own 32 date self-funded tour across the UK with 2018 already hinting at a new album with numerous festival appearances also on the horizon.
“In three words? Quirky. Folk. Glamour.
Vocalist Bronte Shande’s jazzy-folk tones perfectly complement the vintage coo of alternate lead Rosina Buck above the wondrous arrangements” – HiddenHerd
“The room was put under a spell by the captivating harmonies and irresistible hooks. The charming lyrics and folky melodies create a soul-warming feeling that is impossible not to fall in love with” – The University Paper
Tea & Biscuits
A combination of the quirky tea drinking solo artist Just Parsons and fingerstyle guitar player Ned Smith, they come to bring you a new take on the style of acoustic music, or what some may call ‘Simon & Garfunkel on meth’. Whether it is a bouncy tune to get stuck in your head, or a soft song to tug at your heart strings, Tea & Biscuits combine versatility with passion, and can entertain for hours. Just listen to the broad spectrum of songs from any live or studio performance and you will hear exactly what we are talking about. Nothing can prepare you for this fresh spin on the style of acoustic music, and it’s no doubt that after one listen they will have a song drilled into your head…