Fri 6 Dec 2019



Tinc y Tannau 

Sianed Jones and Ailsa Mair Hughes sing and play the Bass Viola da Gamba at the same time. Together they conjure up rich four part harmonies and rhythms that are intoxicating on these ancient resonant instruments that can be bowed or strummed like a guitar. Tinc y Tannau perform playful improvisations, original songs, 16th century voice and viol pieces and unusual settings of ancient Welsh poetry. The ancient influencing the now whilst careering joyfully into the future. 

Jo Thomas 

Jo Thomas is a composer of electronic music, based in London. Her music has been released by Holiday Records (Mermaids 2013) the left field label Entr’acte and the contemporary music label NMC, as well as studio productions she performs live and site- specific works. Jo Thomas’s work has been performed at Tate Modern, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, Prix Ars, Linz, Salon de Messian, Radio France, Paris, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Jo Thomas has a post at the University of East London teaching sound design, composition and music technology. She lives in North London and has her own studio in Highbury. 


Larch are an experimental electronic duo from Cardiff. 

Truly Kaput 

Described as "the best songwriter you've never heard of" and "an ear-splitting, nerve- shredding experience," transgender vocal-terror from Townhill Truly Kaput started making music as part of the queercore and feminist DIY punk scenes of London in the early 00's. After playing with bands such as The Battys and Gender Fascist, Truly has since gone solo with their own brand of banjo-ukulele driven anti-folk. They are currently working on a new release titled Council House Classics.

- Doors open 7pm / Performances start 7:30pm

Tickets available - Cash only. 


Community event 7.30pm
Hay Nawr 4 POSTER2