Grace Petrie

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She’s the urgent, pulsing, compassionate talent this world desperately needs.’ – The Observer

Protest singer Grace Petrie has an army of loyal fans across the alternative, folk, political and comedy scenes.  She’s toured to arenas with Frank Turner, has supported comedian Hannah Gadsby, toured with comedy phenomenon The Guilty Feminist, has done a prestigious live session on the BBC Radio 2 Jo Whiley Show and reached the top 40 in the UK album charts in autumn 2021 with her new album Connectivity.  Festival appearances have included The Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival in Australia and Vancouver Folk Festival in Canada among many more.

‘She writes the sort of songs you want to pin the lyrics of on your bedroom wall, or on the office door, to remind you and everyone else who might read them what is important and true’– Buzz Magazine

Important information

Age guidance: Ages 14+ (to comply with licencing laws, 14 – 17yrs must be accompanied by a responsible adult)

Content warning: Explicit language

Duration: 75 Minutes

Tickets

Concessions: 10% off tickets priced £10 or over for D/deaf or disabled, Full-time students, Go 4Less cardholders, Jobseekers and Over 60s

Essential Companions: Any audience member requiring an essential carer/companion can get one free ticket. Relevant discounts or concessions still apply to the paid ticket.

Young NNF: £7.50 tickets for ages 18-25 with our FREE YoungNNF membership. Sign up here

Under 18: £7.50

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Saturday

21 May

10:00 pm

£7.50 - £16.00

Image Credit: Grace Petrie, Connectivity

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