Since being nominated for the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards Middlesbrough’s Amelia Coburn has been busy. Her language studies have taken her around the world and fed into her increasingly sophisticated folk and jazz influenced song-writing. Highly narrative in her lyrics and equally rich in her expressive vocal delivery she is a captivating live performer who, through her formative forays into interpreting new wave, punk and vintage pop/rock classics from The Specials, Bowie, Kate Bush, The Wedding Present and more, has gained her a diverse and loyal fanbase across the UK and beyond. Appearances at, amongst many other events, Cambridge Folk Festival, Costa Del Folk, Czech Ukulele Festival and on stage with legends such as Steve Harley and the late Vin Garbutt she’s no stranger to large, daunting audiences but still prefers the intimacy of small venues where her voice can cause entire rooms to hold their breath.
Currently working on a clutch of new, original material she released the instant classic Dublin Serenade in late 2020 and picked up a host of new fans discovering her through radio and social media. With planned releases throughout 2021 that will defy-expectations in their diversity she is truly coming into her own and making good on that early promise. At times haunting, beguiling, whimsical and playful she shares a knack for melody and charm with Neil Hannon of the Divine Comedy and a McCartney-like ability to pluck songs out of the cosmos that sound as though they have always existed.
Amelia will be running a special ukulele and songwriting workshop at 5pm. Please click here for more information.
TO VIEW THE LIVESTREAM
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A livestream ticket costs £7.50. You may like to pay more if you are feeling generous or if there is more than one person watching. This would be really welcome at this difficult time when income for musicians and venues is drastically reduced.
AT THE GLOBE (when permitted)
There are a limited number of tickets available for people to be at the gig in the venue. These must be bought in advance. No tickets will be available on the door. Ticket holders will be allocated a table according to the number of people in their group. After you buy tickets you will be sent an email containing a link to download a pdf file with information about our procedures to reduce the risk of spreading infection. This will confirm that you are on the guest list.
We are making every effort to ensure that customers feel welcome, comfortable and safe. We are providing table service and only accepting contactless payments. There are guidelines that will be explained when you arrive. Doors open at 45 minutes before the scheduled start time and you need to be seated by 15 minutes before the start.
Please note that local regulations only permit people from the same household to share a table. This information was correct when this event was first listed. Please be aware that local regulations can change at short notice.