This South Yorkshire duo write much of their own material. They have an enviable reputation in the folk music fraternity in so far as their material covers many favourite subjects – murder, sex and the supernatural, then gives it a contemporary tweak. 2015 saw the release of their fourth album, Conflict Tourism, which appeared on several end-of-year Best Album lists and received national airplay on both BBC Radio 2 & BBC 6Music.
Katriona is an accomplished fiddler, mandolin player and singer; Jamie plays guitar – often on his lap adding a percussive element, and also sings. In 2016, the duo marked a decade of performing together with their first live album, released ten years to the day since their first EP launch
There will be a bar selling a draught ale, red and white wine and a selection of soft drinks.