A Saturday night headlining slot, in the truly unique venue of Durham Cathedral, and a full brass band to play with – it’s quite a way to return to the stage. Richard says: “I am genuinely excited; I think it’s going to be one of the most memorable gigs I’ve ever played”. Hawley has played some of the biggest stages during his prestigious career, recording eight critically acclaimed albums and collaborating with the Arctic Monkeys, Elbow and Paul Weller – but says the chance to play the BRASS festival offers something unique and a chance to make his music go ‘widescreen’.
Introduced by Poet Laureate, Simon Armitage
Support: Katie Spencer
This event is being sold socially distanced. Simply select the number of tickets you need for your group. Our system will choose the best available seats for you, and automatically ensure that you are two seats away from the nearest group, and that no-one will be in the row in front or behind you.
This event will be held in Durham Cathedral.
Saturday 17 July 2021
7.30pm. Doors 7.00pm.
£35 (£20 Disabled Access)