We Were Evergreen support by Youth Imperial

Venue: Little Top
Show Start: 7:30pm
Price: £10 advance £12 on the door 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year's resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There's a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you'll find your hands and feet joining in too.

“We Were Evergreen are like the Michael Cera of the French music world. There’s no denying it’s a summer-styled 
sound to fall in love with when life is indeed ‘belle” – The Fly Magazine

www.wewereevergreen.com/

Arrive early and enjoy Youth Imperial offering their refreshing take on original songwriting, combining well 
thought-out melodies with a lust for beauty and grandeur. 

Doors will open 20 mins before the show starts.
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Tuesday 31st July


Martin Carthy supported by Louise Jordan

Venue: Little Top
Show Start: 7:30pm
Price: £8 advance £10 on the door

Folksinger of the Year- BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2005

Last year folk-legend Martin Carthy turned 70 and to celebrate the occasion Topic Records released a special 2-disc set, simply titled 'Essential'. Mrs Casey Music and Southbank Centre also hosted Martin Carthy's 70th Birthday Concert on Saturday 14 May 2011 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre.

For more than 40 years Martin Carthy has been one of folk music's greatest innovators, one of its best loved, 
most enthusiastic and, at times, most quietly controversial of figures. His skill, stage presence and natural charm 
have won him many admirers, not only from within the folk scene, but also far beyond it. 

“Arguably the greatest English folk song performer, writer, collector and editor of them all' - Q Magazine 

Martin is supported by Louise Jordan, a young singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist rapidly making an impact 
on the UK acoustic music scene. She has a purity of voice which melts the toughest of hearts and a delivery 
hich unsettles the most discerning critic. Her performance is at once sumptuous and all-embracing, yet 
delightfully simplistic; soothing yet powerful. 

“A rising star”  - The Telegraph

Doors will open 20 mins before the show starts.
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Saturday 11th August


Lighthouse

Venue: Little Top
Show Start: 8:30pm
Price: £12 advance £15 on the door (tbc)

Gwilym Simcock (piano), Tim Garland (reeds) & Asaf Sirkis (percussion)

"Three musicians at the top of their game having fun and sharing it with us" - Jazzwise 

Celebrating their signing to the prestigious German label ACT, the hugely successful Lighthouse are back with their original personnel after two years working on other projects. The newly invigorated trio punch deep into exciting groove-based tunes, inspired Celtic rhythms and an eclectic mix of Chick Corea, Bill Bruford, Yellowjackets, 
John Coltrane, and DJ Carl Cox.  Grammy winner Tim Garland and Barclaycard Mercury nominated pianist 
Gwilym Simcock are two of the most outstanding composers of our time in both jazz and classical genres and 
are regarded as among the very best in the world on their respective instruments. With  Asaf Sirkis playing a custom 
built percussion set of frame drums, bass Udu, Hang drum and more Lighthouse exude a very special energy 
and excitement in performance. 

“Together, Simcock, Garland and Sirkis embody the best qualities of virtuosity, lyricism and empathic interaction". - Allaboutjazz

www.triolighthouse.com

Doors will open 20 mins before the show starts.
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Sunday 5th August