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TNL: Colour of Light
20 Jul 2021 7pm
TUESDAY NIGHT LIVE: COLOUR OF LIGHT
COLOUR OF LIGHT are a five piece who sing and play guitar, banjo, ukulele, double bass and harmonica. Singer Paul Naylor started on the Manchester Indie scene but has since branched in all kinds of directions (check out his underground electro swing collaboration “This Is For Everyone” with Jamie Berry). Vocalist and harmony ace Emily Levy is a respected composer, with a string of commissions for Radio and classical artists to her name. Aidy Knowles is a much sought after bass-playing powerhouse who’s played in countless Jazz projects, including for Alan Barnes. Jonny Flockton is the guitarist in the Glastonbury stalwarts Mik Artistiks Ego Trip, whose playing was recently described by Iggy Pop as “talented and sensitive”. Blues harp champ Jon Burr has done time on the blues circuit for nearly thirty years, and plays in the Establishment Club House Band at Latitude Festival.
They play original songs about heartbreak, history, protest and dreams with soaring harmonies and blues-soaked harmonica, loaded with folk and country influences. With their 1st album “Once Lay a King” due for release in November, this is a band brimming with experience and energy, ready to take you up into their world.
Drinks and snacks available – card payment preferred
Music in the Marquee from 7pm – 9.15pm approx.
Order online at your table – last orders 8.45pm – closing time 9.30pm
Tickets £5 available from HEART reception and online
Please note this is a ticketed event only as numbers are restricted. The event will be held outside in the Marquee and social distancing guidance is required.
HEART carpark is currently unavailable.
During this period of social distancing and lockdown due to Coronavirus we advise that you check directly with the organiser of this event that it is going ahead as publicised.
- Wheelchair access
Easy access for people with disabilities is a priority at HEART, and the centre features extra-wide doors, ramps, easy open main door, and a lift to all floors. Assistance dogs are always welcome, and we will always do what we can to ensure the centre is accessible to all. HEART is also proud to be one of the only centres in the north of Leeds with a ‘Changing Places Disabled Toilet’ in line with the Changing Places campaign. HEART is tremendously proud to have won the Community Benefit award at the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Pro Yorkshire Regional Awards for 2014. We are a Child Friendly Leeds Ambassador, Disability Confident Employer and Mindful Employer.
- Wheelchair access
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