Chris Wood at Landmark Arts Centre
Music - Folk, Sat 5 Nov 2016
Chris Wood is an uncompromising writer whose music reveals his love for the un-official history of the English speaking people. With gentle intelligence he weaves the tradition with his own contemporary parables.
A self-taught musician, composer and song writer, Chris is a lifelong autodidact whose independent streak shines through everything he does. Always direct and unafraid to speak his mind, his song writing has been praised for its surgical clarity. He cites his major influence as “Anon”. “Hollow Point” his chilling ballad of the shooting of Jean Charles Menezez, won a BBC Folk Award (he's won six) and emphatically secured Wood’s place as a serious speech-master for the unofficial history of England.
|Sat 5 Nov 2016||20:00|
£5 children / £8 adults / £23 family ticket (2 adults & 2 children)
- Landmark Festival of Song
TQ 166713 51.42871 -0.32418
Train: Waterloo to Teddington (and then a 10 minute signposted walk)
By bus: R68, 281, 285, 33
By tube: District Line to Richmond, then bus R68
By car: free parking in surrounding streets. No parking on site. For disabled parking details please telephone in advance.
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: 0 miles from Teddington station
- Disabled access
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