Sewell Barn Theatre, Constitution Hill, Norwich NR3 4BB               Box office: 01603 626414                   Sewell Barn Trust: Registered Charity No 277724

The Sewell Barn Company


Music at the Sewell Barn

The Sewell Barn Theatre in partnership with events@paddlefast presents two intimate evening of musical entertainment.

Drawing from a wealth of local talent these acts bring their music, memories, thoughts and insights to the unique setting of the Sewell Barn Theatre.

Tickets: £7(no concessions) Doors open at 7:30pm. Music starts at 8:00pm

Andrea King has built up a steady following with audiences over the last few years, both here and in her home town of Bury St Edmunds, with her melodies and heartfelt tales. Influenced by the likes of Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald and Amy Winehouse, Andrea’s bluesy tunes and guitar playing are sure to capture your attention and hold you fast.

Don’t Lose Heart are a duo comprising Louise Sadler and Dickie Hartt (with the combined names making the name of the band). Regulars on the Norwich scene and further afield in Norfolk, their chilled-out sets combine Lou’s heartfelt originals and covers from the roots ‘n’ shoots of Americana, Blues and Country.

Falling from Trees return to the Barn after their successful debut in January 2017. With their infectious tunes, gutsy vocals and touching and insightful songs, the ‘two brothers and a sister’ combo have recently expanded their musical ranks. Popular and in demand the group have been doing the festival circuit this summer and make a welcome return to the Sewell Barn stage.

Andrew Taylor has been aspiring to write the perfect pop song since he began his musical career. In the interim his gentle vocals, Beatles-influenced story-telling and guitar-plucking are sure to have you delighted and entranced.

Stromm, founded by Claire Kidman and Ross Mitson, released their debut single in 2016 with an album on its way. Described as guitar-driven, ‘ice-cold cinematic pop’, their impressionistic lyrics suggest, rather than tell, stories from broken romance, passion and jealousy to primordial landscapes and more. Not to be missed!

Chad Mason - making a welcome return to the Barn after his successful and hugely entertaining appearance in 2015 - brings his quirky view on life, his eclectic conversation, beautiful vocals, touching songs and musical accompaniment back to this intimate setting. A setting that both suits his style and draws the audience in for a performance guaranteed to leave you charmed and amused.

Saturday 28 October 2017

Saturday 10 March 2018