“A troubadour evening of exceptional musical storytelling to gather folk together and inspire the collective imagination.”

Gareth Davies-Jones – singer, songwriter, story-teller and producer has been writing, recording and performing as a professional musician for twenty years. The lead songwriter from Howay The Lasses, a collaborator with folk luminaries like Megson, Calum Stewart, Celtish and Yvonne Lyon, from community halls to concert halls, he has travelled the length and breadth of the country armed with a rich distinctive voice and now two decades worth of perceptive and compelling songwriting spanning some sixteen albums and song-writing collaborations. Having garnered a loyal following on the independent roots/acoustic scene, his solo performances are known for gathering people together, inviting audiences to travel with him into a world of landscapes, history, characters and causes all underpinned with assured vocals and the warmth and vibrancy of a beautifully played array of stringed instruments. From stories of heroism on the Irish Sea to gentle praise for a Loire Valley village, from insight into the lives of pitman painters to musical tributes to the iconic lighthouses and captivating landscapes that define Northern Britain an evening with Gareth is as much story-telling adventure as it is musical entertainment.

“All Things Come” sets out to share a life in song-writing to warm the heart and soul.

“..an accomplished live performer…. observant of traditional music but building on it, playing and singing elegantly; time in the company of someone you may just have come across – and you’re rather glad that you have.” Mike Wistow, Folking.com



Suitable for ages 10+
  • folk
  • music
Wed 15 May / 7.00pm
St Annes Library

St.Annes Library,
254 Clifton Drive South,

Tickets can be purchased online or over the counter at the library (cash only in the library)
For more information email the library staff via stannes.library@lancashire.gov.uk

Tickets: £10 Each

There will be refreshments available at this venue.

Thu 16 May / 7.30pm
Garstang Library

Garstang Library
45 Windsor Road

Box Office – Online or email: garstang.library@lancashire.gov.uk
Tickets: £10 each

Refreshments provided by Friends of Garstang Library for a donation

Fri 17 May / 12.00pm
Whalley Library

Whalley Library
1 Abbots Croft

Box Office: Call in to purchase tickets over the counter or email: whalley.library@lancashire.gov.uk
Tickets: £10 per person

Sat 18 May / 8.00pm
Helmshore Mills Textile Museum

Helmshore Mills Textile Museum
Holcombe Road

Tickets can be purchased over the counter at the museum or online
For more information email the museum staff via helmshoremuseum@lancashire.gov.uk or call 01706 226459

Tickets: £10 each

There will be refreshments available at this venue.

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