|Starts:||20:00 2 Nov 2010|
|Ends:||20:00 2 Nov 2010|
|What is it:||Music concert|
|Organiser:||Martin Harris Centre|
Kate Walsh - the Brighton-based singer-songwriter whose unsigned, home-made album ‘Tim’s House’ was an iTunes sensation in 2007 (knocking Take That off the number 1 spot) - released her brand new album ‘Light & Dark’ on August 31.
Calling Kate Walsh a singer songwriter is like saying Van Gogh was a cartoonist. Kate is, er, different. A 26-year-old from a sailing town in Essex who’s been likened to Joni Mitchell, Kate Bush and Jane Austen, she’s ferociously independent…in every sense. And when she sits down to write a song you’d better lock up your hearts for you instantly become Kate’s close personal confidante as she bares her soul with shocking candour.
Kate Walsh is warm, funny and likeably self-deprecating, fully recognising the self-indulgent nature of the confessional songwriter’s art.
The Martin Harris Centre at the University of Manchester is delighted to welcome Kate Walsh for the first time this November. Book your ticket now and don’t miss out! Please note that this event is for strictly over 18s only. Doors 19.30 (20.00 show)
Please note: an age restriction of 18+ age applies
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Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama