A top-notch folk-out, sans duelling banjos
Drawing on his experiences while travelling, the beautifully bearded and dreadlocked Lloyd Yates creates heartfelt folk pop songs. It’s about tapping into the emotions of the world around him, with a strong connection to nature. Tonight he’s joined by Stokes, William – who made their debut through Ben Lovett’s Communion (of Mumford And Sons). General admission. Over 18s only. Tickets normally £6 plus £1.25 booking fee.
"…he’s got an excellent beard…"