Cerys Matthews Tickets Now on Sale for Shetland Event in December
21 August 2012
Tickets for Cerys Matthews, 'Cerys by
Candlelight' Tour, which will have two performances in Mareel on
20th December at 5:45pm and 8:30pm, are now on sale to the public
via Shetland Box Office.
The 'Cerys by Candlelight' Tour will make
its way to Mareel in December for a festive feast of music, poetry,
and the purely unexpected that makes each and every Cerys Matthews
live show a unique experience.
It's a long way from her late 90's huge
Catatonia hits and media bits that were essential to the zeitgeist
of the times. Her talents have since emerged in her widely
successful solo albums, ranging from 'Cock A Hoop', recorded in
Nashville in 2003, through to 2009's 'Don't Look Down' and the more
recent 'Explorer' (2011) which did what it said on the tin - taking
the listener around the world in the same way that Cerys' hugely
popular BBC 6 Music radio programme has made its reputation as a
must-listen for any real music lover on a Sunday
Cerys will also have a new album 'Baby,
It's Cold Outside' (2012), featuring 15 winter favourites, sung
with great gusto and humour, two qualities that no doubt Cerys will
be looking for when she visits Mareel in Shetland.
There will be candles and also songs so
familiar that you will have little option but to sing along (with a
sheet in your hand). It will be winter warming magic, and the
perfect way to start your Christmas Holidays with all the
Tickets are £23.50 (£20 under 14s for the
5:45pm concert) and can be booked via Shetland Box Office,
Islesburgh Community Centre, 01595 745 555, or online at www.shetlandboxoffice.org
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