Karine Polwart is a multi-award-winning songwriter, folk singer, and storyteller. Her songs evoke a richness of place, hidden histories, scientific curiosity and folklore. Trees and rocks speak. Birds flit in and out of vision. And the stars know everything. She conjures the beauty and magic, the sorrow and complexity of the world out of the corner of her eye, with lyricism and tenderness
Karine’s many collaborative projects include Still As Your Sleeping, a duo with pianist Dave Milligan; a longstanding trio with brother Steven Polwart and multi-instrumentalist Inge Thomson; her Scottish Songbook re-imaginings of classic Scottish pop; Spell Songs, a multi-artist response to environmental loss; and Wind Resistance, her peatbog-inspired theatre show for The Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh, which sold-out Perth Theatre for its week-long run.
This is a rare chance to enjoy Karine in an intimate, conversational solo performance. Expect a clutch of new songs and wonder tales, and an evening suffused with light.
£28.50 (inc £2.50 booking fee per ticket)