Burd Ellen + support from Holly Clarke

Burd Ellen

Wednesday 8th November
7.30pm GMT
(doors 7.15pm)

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Live to your Living Room English-Folk-email-300x138 Burd Ellen + support from Holly Clarke
This is a hybrid gig, hosted in partnership with the English Folk Dance and Song Society. The gig will be held at Cecil Sharp House in London, and tickets to watch it in person are available here.


EFDSS and Queer Folk present a stripped back solo performance from Burd Ellen, with support from Holly Clarke.


About Burd Ellen

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Burd Ellen is a project featuring Debbie Armour and Gayle Brogan. The group uses traditional song to explore and evoke dark landscapes and deep stories. Debbie Armour will be performing a rare solo date, presenting stripped back versions of Burd Ellen material and more from her extensive traditional song repertoire.

“Dripping with strangeness and unease” – The Guardian (Top 10 Folk Albums 2020 & 2022)




About Holly Clarke

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Holly Clarke is a singer who draws from the old ballads and stories, conjuring a performance that immediately captivates any listener. From songs of the supernatural and folklore, to tales of love and loss, Holly sings with an infectious energy and passion for traditional song.

Rising in popularity among folk audiences and performing with the likes of Nancy Kerr and James Fagan and Queer Folk, Holly has made a name for herself as a powerful singer and accomplished guitar player, performing at festivals and venues such as Sage Gateshead, Sidmouth Folk Festival, Bromyard Folk Festival, Tiree Music Festival, The Fire Station Sunderland and many more.

As well as performing solo, Holly has a duo with George Sansome (Granny’s Attic) and also gigs with her trio ‘Holly and the Reivers’, with whom she supported the legendary Billy Bragg at Folk on the Tyne Festival.

“Holly is the possessor of a seemingly effortless and transporting folk voice which is perfectly suited to her broad and deeply thought-out repertoire, and is an enviably confident and skilled instrumentalist.” – Nancy Kerr



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Event Details

This event takes place in Zoom. You will be emailed a joining link when you have booked your ticket - if you don't receive the confirmation within a few minutes please email info@livetoyourlivingroom.com

Date: 8 November 2023

Start time: 19:30 BST

End time: 21:30 BST