Gilmore & RobertsSun 29th November 2020
LIVE STREAM TICKETS AVAILABLE!
Can't make it in person? You can book tickets to watch the live stream of this show via our partner Roots Live.LIVE STREAM TICKETS
This is a socially distanced live show and we’re doing two houses!
The Early Show is 6.30pm (doors at 6pm)
The Late Show is at 9pm (doors as soon as we’re ready)
We are also live streaming the early show direct from the club, via our partners Roots Live, buy tickets on the link on the right. The show will be available for a week, so you can watch live or at your leisure.
Gilmore & Roberts
Contemporary folk/acoustic duo Gilmore & Roberts combine award-winning songwriting with astounding musicianship and their trademark harmonies to create a powerful wall of sound.
Nominated three times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Katriona Gilmore (fiddle, mandolin) and Jamie Roberts (guitar) met while studying at Leeds College of Music and released their debut album in 2008.
Since then, the duo have toured Canada and mainland Europe, played some of the UK’s biggest acoustic festivals, toured with folk rock legends Fairport Convention and won countless accolades for their genre-spanning work.
A Problem Of Our Kind (released October 2018) is the fifth studio album from award-winning folk/roots duo Gilmore & Roberts – their first release since 2016’s live album In Our History, which celebrated a decade of performing together. Hailed as ‘a masterclass in songwriting’ by Folk Radio UK and awarded 5 stars by RnR magazine, it received glowing reviews across the board and national airplay on BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6music.
Katriona Gilmore grew up in Knebworth, Hertfordshire, learned violin at school and started playing local folk clubs with her guitarist father at the age of 14. Starting her professional career with folk pop sensations Tiny Tin Lady and singer songwriter Rosie Doonan, she was invited to be part of a new lineup of The Albion Band in 2011 and subsequently joined Albion frontman Blair Dunlop on his solo tours. In 2017 Katriona joined established folk-roots band The Willows. Katriona has featured on many acclaimed albums as a session musician and has appeared onstage with such diverse acts as The Troggs, Kim Richey and Matt Berry.
Jamie Roberts was brought up in Barnsley, South Yorkshire in a musical family – his sister Kathryn Roberts is a well-respected singer on the UK folk scene. Jamie joined young English traditionalists Kerfuffle in 2007, formed The Dovetail Trio with Rosie Hood and Matt Quinn in 2014, and joined the critically acclaimed Emily Askew Band in 2016. Alongside his regular projects, he has performed with Nancy Kerr’s Sweet Visitor Band and Blackbeard’s Tea Party amongst others.
‘Gilmore & Roberts take English folk and scuff it up with indie rock drama’ – Q Magazine
‘Capable of making you dance, cry and think…a masterclass in songwriting and a lesson in how to present songs’ – FOLK RADIO UK