Evening of poetic folk planned for north Norfolk beauty spot
Poetic folk songwriter Jade Cuttle is to perform at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes in a show “inspired by the humble-hearted wisdom and resilience of nature”.
Ms Cuttle, who has appeared on BBC Introducing, will be at the coastal beauty spot on February 22.
She said: I’m incredibly excited to engage with an audience of nature-lovers who are eager to muse and marvel at its magnificence with me, especially with the beautiful scenery of Cley Marshes as our backdrop.
“The songs and poems I’ll be sharing explore everything from leafless trees being stripped back to bare bone, haunted by the memory of warmth, to shards of ice lodged in the crack of a mountainside, clawing themselves free from the stone.”
Tickets for trust members are £12 - non-members £15 - including supper, and are available by calling 01263 740008. Doors open at 6.50pm.
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