Luke is a Singer-Songwriter from Canterbury, Kent, who at the start of his career was nominated in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for both the Horizon Award for Best Emerging Talent and The Young Folk Category in 2013. He was also winner of Fatea’s “Male Artist of the Year 2014” and 2016. His live album ‘Solo:Duo:Trio’ was voted 2018 Album of the Year by Laurel Canyon and in 2020 his album ‘Journals’ was voted 2019 Album of the Year by Fatea Magazine. 

Over the past few years Luke has steadily developed a reputation for himself through his solo, duo or trio shows, many festival appearances or when opening for such luminaries as Fairport Convention, Show of Hands, Steve Knightley, Martyn Joseph, Seth Lakeman, Karine Polwart, Oysterband, Paul Brady, Glen Tilbrook, Sarah Jarosz and John Paul White, formerly of the legendary Civil Wars. In addition to the UK, Luke has toured across Europe, Canada and the USA. 


Between his debut album ‘More Than Boys’ produced by the acclaimed Welsh Singer-Songwriter Martyn Joseph, which was released in 2012 through to his latest release, 5 records including a live album were released and each album received high praise, all receiving multiple 5* reviews. His latest album ‘Journals’ was made ‘Album of the Year’ by Fatea Magazine with R2 Magazine saying ‘Journals’ is an excellent album from a very special singer with a great repertoire, fully confirming his star potential beyond the folk scene’. 

Luke is now back on the road performing up and down the country impressing audiences with his show stopping vocals, emotive storytelling and captivating stage presence! 


With Support from Cat Eliiot

Cat Elliot


Cat Elliott is a bit of a genre-crossing wild card! Blending acoustic indie pop with alternative folk, her style is difficult to pigeonhole.

A quirky performer with an unusual voice, who swings from powerful and energetic one moment to vulnerable and reflective the next.

With a unique style of writing and playing songs

she'll make you smile one minute with her witty observations on people & life, then move you with an emotional song about misplaced loyalty.

Whatever the mood, her catchy and lyrical songs tell stories in a way you're likely to remember.

Event: Thursday 16 March, 7:30pm

Tickets: £12 in Advance / £14 on the door / £5 ages 14-25 (price will be reflected after the basket stage)

  • A black and white image, a pensive looking man holding a guitar sings into a microphone.

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