Saturday, May 30, 7.30pm

Kington Langley Village Hall

JOE Broughton, Paloma Trigás, Tom Chapman and Dan Walsh are The Urban Folk Quartet. Four highly accomplished musicians, a dozen instruments and four voices come together to craft a knockout show of globally–influenced, electrifying acoustic music that has taken the international folk scene by storm.

In an age where the word “folk” encompasses everything from Laura Marling to hardcore traditional music, the use of such labels to distinguish one musical experience from another has arguably been stretched farther than ever. The UFQ’s approach to the folk ethos is to embrace any and every influence that genuinely makes sense of their time and place and makes sense in their music. From funk grooves to middle-eastern melodies, afro-beat to north Indian rhythms.

The UFQ’s trail has blazed across the world, playing everything from secluded coves to 30,000 capacity festival fields, igniting audiences and winning them a devoted fan base from The Bay of Biscay to the edge of The North Pacific.

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Tickets: £7 full, £6 concessions (senior citizens, students & benefit claimants), £4.50 children (under 16), £18.50 family (2 adults & 2 children). Available from, 01249 750362 or Langley Fitzurse School Office (9 - 12 weekdays).

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Supported by Wiltshire Council and Arts Council.