Leveret |Tuesday 10th October

We are delighted to be welcoming this wonderful instrumental trio in October. A truly captivating collaboration; we can’t wait to share them with you! This is our first gig at The Venue, which has a lovely upstairs concert space, as well as specialist GIN, RUM, WHISKY and WINE bars. BUY TICKETS




“Classy players … their intuitive way with tunes is glorious” Mojo

Leveret features three of England’s finest folk musicians in an exciting new collaboration.  Andy Cutting, Sam Sweeney and Rob Harbron are each regarded as masters of their instrument and are involved in numerous collaborations with a huge range of artists.  Together their performances combine consummate musicianship, compelling delivery and captivating spontaneity.

Leveret‘s music is firmly rooted in the English tradition but sounds fresh and new, with original settings of ancient tunes sitting alongside new compositions by some of today’s finest tunesmiths in the folk field.  Their music is not arranged at all in the conventional sense: instead it is played entirely in the moment, combining consummate musicianship, compelling delivery and captivating spontaneity in a sound which feels both timeless and contemporary.  The material may come from archive sources and manuscripts, but there is nothing academic or historical about the sound: it’s warm, listenable, engaging and refreshing.

Now they return with Inventions, a new album of original material that brings Leveret’s trademark groove, energy and intuitive playing to bear on a set of new tunes composed by the trio, three of today’s finest tunesmiths in the folk field.

WATCH VIDEO – ‘Rain On The Woodpile / Terminus’ – Track 1 from Inventions


“You won’t find English folk music played better than this” R2

 “Inspiringly good” fROOTS

“The intimacy and the intensity of this in the round experience was unlike anything I had heard all year. “In folk, it’s the sound of what’s to come” TheArtsDesk.com

“Music of a rich, sinewy immersion, guided by a mutual sense of exploration, space and a very English kind of swing.  It’s an intimate, contemporary reinvention of the source material” The Guardian

“This glimmering set of instrumentals cuts unfailingly elegant lines”  The Sunday Times

“Sublime, exquisite music – don’t miss them” Martin Simpson