8 August - Siren Nights

Aartwork ~ 'The Climate Sofa' ~ Isaac Dalglish ~ Polly Trenow ~ Kocoa Brown

Our Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall undersea world festival backdrop is the setting for our multi-artist cabaret evening of heart-stirring music, performance, and inspiration. Huge thanks to all our performers for appearing gratis to support the Siren cause.

Explore every emotion tonight! When the free daytime festival closes it reopens for business with evening ticketed performances and a great line-up of performers giving their time and skills for free for the cause. Huge thanks to Seafolk Arts for stage equipment, audio, sound engineering and masses of help!

Performance starts at 7.00pm 

Tickets: £15

or phone the Booking Office - 07415 712555


7.00pm - Aartwork 
Aartwork play original fiery, liquid dance tunes with ambient vocals. Blending original Celtic style tunes with bluesy/jazzy shades and touches of psychedelia, Aartwork create an energetic Celtic groove. Aartwork play concerts and ceilidhs across the East and beyond. You can find them with their boat stage, Marie at maritime events.

7.30pm-8.00pm - 'The Climate Sofa'  
No, not a band, but and 'in conversation' with some brilliant local young climate activists

8.00pm-8.30 - Aartwork 
A second serving!

8.30pm-9.00pm - interval   

9.00pm-10.30pm ~ Isaac Dalglish ~ Polly Trenow ~ Kocoa Brown

~ Kocoa Brown
“KB”, from London, brings an eclectic solo mix of jazzy undertones with hues of soul, blues and sassy hip-hop. Her voice and her songs encourage you to sit a while and listen, as she bathes you in vocals that tell a story, make you laugh, make you cry or contemplate.

~ Isaac Dalglish 
With a tremendous range, power and passion, this 16 year-old solo folk/acoustic guitarist from Bury St Edmunds plays complex finger-style and percussive guitar arrangements of music by artists such as Newton Faulkner, Erich Roche, Ben Howard and John Martyn, together with some more traditional folk tunes.

~ Polly Trenow
Polly Trenow, based in Aldeburgh, performs solo for us. She creates what has been described as 'turbo folk': combining raw vocals, funky beats and lyrical dexterity. In her other life Polly is a campaigner for a more equal economy.

With donations raised for today's supported cause: Alde and Ore Estuary Trust

Performance starts at 7.00pm 

Tickets: £15

or phone the Booking Office - 07415 712555

Join us at Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall