Live at the Chalet

The National Trust’s Live at the Chalet series closes its 2019 program with another brilliant live performance at Carding Mill Valley. The final show of the year featuresa performance from the intriguingly named Son of Town Hall. The unusual union of Ben Parker of London and David Berkeley of Santa Fe, Son of Town Hall’s show is three-parts concert, one-part theatre. The songs stand alone, profoundly poetic turns of phrase sung with voices so perfectly matched, it’s nearly impossible to tell them apart, and accompanied by intricately finger-picked parts played on old Gibson guitar. The show takes place on Wednesday 13 November as part of a UK tour to promote their new album.

Tickets for the event are on sale via the National Trust’s Carding Mill website. Visit nationaltrust.org.uk or call the ticket line on 03442 491895.

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