Listings for Acoustic

Saturday 26th May 2018

The Edge, University of Bath

Start time: 19:30
Price: £12:50 Full price// £10 Concs// £2:50 Edge Arts Community members.
Doors open: 19:00

The Edge Proudly Presents ..

Pee Wee Ellis

In conversation with Ian Shaw ..

Pee Wee Ellis, In conversation with Ian Shaw, Join us to hear the legendary Pee Wee talk about his life and times. In what promises to be an atmospheric and beautiful evening - not to be missed! Tickets from

Extra info: Two conversations with a Q&A session

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Friday 8th June 2018

Sorry, this event is cancelled

Mystery location

Start time: 18:00
Price: £8

Taking a Tune for a Walk

Rock of Eye

Unique musical experience featuring some of our favourite players in the region taking you on a tune-full amble around some of Bath's hidden corners, to end with tonight's performance by new acoustic explorers Rock of Eye.
Come prepared for a walk and for some surprises. You will have time to snatch a bite to eat in Walcot St. before the concert. More info and booking...

Walcot Chapel

Start time: 20:45
Price: £6
Doors open: 20:30

Taking a Tune for a Walk Part 2

Rock of Eye

Rock of eye are Alex Vann (Spiro, Three Cane Whale) with Ron Phelan and Madame Ceski. The name is a tailoring term signifying to be guided by the eye, to do by feel and intuition rather than by precise methods.
They are an extraordinary improvising folk-based acoustic experience.

This show is the conclusion to 'Taking a Tune for a Walk', which precedes it, and participants on the walk will be admitted before additional tickets are sold (see online in the days before the event). More info and booking...

Monday 11th June 2018

St James Wine Vaults - Downstairs

Start time: 19:30
Price: pay what you will
Doors open: 19:00

The Medicine Show Radio Revue Presents

Carrington MacDuffie

plus Fraser Anderson

Austin Indie High Priestess includes Bath Fringe on her 50 date European Tour, described as Carol King meets Grace Jones
Fraser Anderson Hailed by Howard Thompson (Former Head of A&R, Elektra Records) as “the best singer-songwriter I’ve heard in a long time”, the BBC’s Bob Harris as a “truly beautiful voice” and by Rolling Stone Magazine as “one to keep an eye on”, Anderson is a “truly remarkable artist” (BBC Radio Wales). Likened to Damien Rice’s emotionality, Glen Hansard’s crafted storytelling, the intensity of Nick Drake and the lively humour of John Martyn, Anderson stands out in his own right.
If you haven’t heard Anderson’s music yet, you are in for a treat. Words fail to prepare you for the delicate warm and comforting tones of his voice More info and booking...