A concert with duo Ruth Angell and Sid Peacock will take place at Weoley Hill Village Hall on Saturday April 9th.
The pair are described as creating “music inspired by beautiful places, great poets, down and outs, new arrivals and feathered friends.”
They will be joined on the piano by special guest Steve Tromans.
The event begins at 7.30pm and tickets are £10 (£8 concessions). They available by calling 07789 933131 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also get them at:
Online: www.eventbrite.co.uk (fees apply).
You can bring your own wine to the event and soft drinks and snacks are available.
Weoley Hill Village Hall is located at: Weoley Hill, Selly Oak, Birmingham, West Midlands, B29 4AD.
About Ruth Angell and Sid Peacock:
Gentle yet powerful describes the duet of Sid Peacock and Ruth Angell. They create music inspired by beautiful places, great poets, down and outs, new arrivals and feathered friends. Traditional and original material is performed with honesty, passion, great story telling and a high level of craftsmanship.
Ruth Angell from Derbyshire and Sid Peacock from Northern Ireland marry the bright blue shores of County Down with the High Peaks and green fields of Derbyshire in this beautifully stripped down and personal collaboration. Peacock Angell is an intimate peek into the relationship of these two strong and independent musicians.
Their music is very much a reflection on the struggles of daily life, relationships, happiness and the surprise of nature and circumstance and the beauty found in
everything. And now a rare chance to enjoy this marvellous music close to home in Weoley Hill Village Hall – not to be missed.