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September 18 @ 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM BST£16.50
In a world of soundbites and distractions, Chris Wood is a truth seeker. His writing is permeated with love and wry intelligence, uplifting and challenging as he celebrates the sheer one-thing-after-anotherness of life.
Tom Robinson and Chris Difford are fans while Stick In The Wheel and The Unthanks look to him as an influence. Winner of 6 BBC Folk Awards, he’s played with The Royal Shakespeare Company and was a key member of The Imagined Village along with Billy Bragg and Martin Carthy. A wise and soulful craftsman, his concerts are a cliche free zone.
“Chris Wood might be the Ken Loach of songwriting. Very political, but at the same time full of compassion, and he grows sharper and more acute with each passing album. He’s good, quite probably the very best we have today, and we need him more than ever.” – fRoots Magazine
ABOUT THE GIG
This is a hybrid gig, held at The Holywell Music Room in Oxford. You can either join us in person, or watch online from wherever you are in the world!
Ticket prices vary depending on whether you are watching online or in the venue. For either option, you can choose to pay the standard price, a bit less or a bit more, depending on what is affordable for you. For the online gig, you only need one ticket per household. See the website for full details: