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Windjammer Debut Album Launch Gig

Saturday, April 30

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We’re excited to welcome Windjammer back to the Barbican Theatre following their sell-out ‘Wintertide’ show as The Tin Sail Collective with Suthering in December 2021. Windjammer are Jake Sonny Rowlinson, Jeremy Bunting and Fran Rowney, a trio who cast timeless stories in a context of their own making. Join them for a special show at the Barbican Theatre launching their debut album, ‘Awaken’, with support from Hannah Sharp & Steve Hunt. They blend self- penned songs and instrumentals with original, genre-bending arrangements of music drawn from the traditions of British folk. Their creative approach blends vocals, guitar, whistles, accordion, synthesizer and percussion in arrangements that are both adventurous and considered.

Windjammer’s fast-growing reputation has led to airplay on BBC Radio 3, and appearances at festivals including Cambridge Folk Festival and Latitude. “…an exciting sound and vision hoves into view!” Max Reihardt, BBC Radio 3 “Improbably mature vocals and a bold, contemporary approach.” Geoff Lakeman “Well-tuned, energy filled and charismatic.” fRoots magazine

Pay What You Decide! This is a Pay What You Decide event which means you choose what the show is worth to you! You can decide what you would like to pay now by adding a ticket with a value to your cart, or you can pay after you have seen the show at Barbican Theatre (cash or card). Looking around at other events going on in the city, we estimate that 1 ticket to similar events would cost £12. There is no ‘right’ answer, we are not attempting to lead you to a specific figure. You can pay this suggested amount, less than this or more than this. You can even pay £0 for your ticket.

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