For one night only! Mawkin with Eliza Carthy & Jim Causley

On the 21st of April, we’ll be putting together a special show with special guests live in concert at The Weston Auditorium in Hatfield.

In this special event we’ll collaborate with mercury prize nominee Eliza Carthy and devonshire folk singer Jim Causley. Supporting are Hannah James & Sam Sweeney – one of the finest young duos around – this promises to be an exciting evening of music and song.

We’re all really excited to be performing our new collaborations with Eliza and Jim at The Weston. It’s a brand new venue with a gorgeous acoustic and will make a beautiful setting for what looks to be a great night of music. There’ll be a few surprises for the audience too, and of course were delighted that Sam Sweeney and Hannah James can join us as support- we’ve got a huge amount of respect for what they do. Overall it should be an amazing night of folk music from some of the best musicians in the country.

Tickets from £8 can be booked by calling 01707 281127 or visiting

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2 responses to For one night only! Mawkin with Eliza Carthy & Jim Causley
  1. Odon says:

    58% on the test, really tohhgut i had done better! Just goes to show how easy it is to put on weight and lose track of what is actually good for us! I think the most surprising answer for me was the sugar in the Yoghurt! Thanks for pointing out the Food IQ/ Change4Life quiz, i’ll be sharing this with friends and comparing our shocking scores!My favourite fruit’ would be Cherries but out of season the price rockets so i tend to buy the frozen summer fruits which are so handy for throwing together an easy dessert on a weekend (Jumbleberry Crumble by Nigella is a hit) but as the test suggested, i do need to look at the Sugar and Salt content of food a bit more so maybe i will have to replace some of the sugar in the crumble for something else fresh air maybe??? Other than that i would say Peppers and Olives as we LOVE Mediterranean food in our house and whether we are cooking a nice Lasagne, Paella or a simple Greek salad, Olives and Peppers tend to feature quite a lot of the time!

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