From: Basia Wilson [basia_at_trinitytheatre_dot_net]
Sent: 18 January 2007 15:16
Subject: Trinity Theatre - folk

Attachments: TRINITYSPRING2007.doc; musiclistings.doc; Salsa Celtica Biog 07.doc
Dear Mr Webber
Pls find attached our Jan-May listings info which might be of interest to your website visitors.  Situated in the centre of Tunbridge Wells, we are a 300 seat theatre with a diverse music programme. We are constantly looking to develop our audiences, particularly as we are a registered charity with a limited advertising budget and, therefore, rely on the goodwill of others to promote our events.
We also have three folk events this season which might be of interest to you:

Sat 17 Feb 8pm
12.50 (10.50)
A brand new European vocal talent has emerged with Kohann, to describe her vocals is almost impossible, pure, joyful and absolutely remarkable. Originally signed to Warner in France in 2002, Kohann's name was used to describe the band of the time with whom she made great trip hop music, using Old Breton as the basis for her unique song writing. It's important to note she also sings in English. Having toured in Japan and Canada with her previous band; 2006 sees her evolving .... If you think along the lines of Portishead, Tricky and even Goldfrapp you might get close, with slight echoes of Bjork but with a distinct sound drawn from her Breton heritage Kohann's rich vocal talents and her sound is unique and devastatingly beautiful, her stage presence undeniable ....
From small intimate concerts to big stage appearances Kohann's presence fills the space, don't miss out.
Sat 17 Feb _at_ Trinity _at_ 8pm, tickets 12.50 (10.50) from the ticket office on 01892 678678 open Mon-Sat 10am-3pm, Sun 1pm-3pm and 1hr before performances or book online on 

Sat 24 Mar
Biog attached.

Thu 26 Apr 8pm
14.50 (12.50)
This performance brings together artists from the folk traditions of Wales, Scotland and England, highlighting the breadth and particular beauty of of contemporary folk from each country.  The evening will feature three young female artists: Julie Murphy, a vocalist from Wales (best known as the lead singer with folk band Fernhill), Lisa Knapp, an instrumentalist and vocalist from England, (who reworks folk songs with a splash of her very original writing) and Jenna Reid, an instrumentalist specialising in the fiddle from Scotland (current holder of the Best Newcomer Award, Scots Trad Awards 2005). 
Thu 26 Apr _at_ Trinity _at_ 8pm, tickets 14.50 (12.50) from the ticket office on 01892 678678, open Mon-Sat 10am-3pm, Sun 1pm-3pm and 1hr before performances or book online on

I hope the above is of interest and look forward to hearing from you.  Pls confirm your full name and address if you would like me to send you a copy of our brochure.

Kind regards

Basia Wilson

Press & PR Manager
Trinity Theatre
Church Road
Tunbridge Wells
Kent TN1 1JP
01892 500671