Wednesday 19th December: Jim Causley - A Causley Christmas

Wednesday 19th December
Jim Causley - A Causley Christmas
8pm
The Barbican Theatre
£13
Tickets

Join Jim in celebrating the Christmas season as he entertains you with lesser known West Country carols, medieval and secular carols from around the British Isles, his own settings of moving Christmas poems by his relative, the late Cornish poet Charles Causley as well a gurt dollop of festive fun with songs of over-indulgence and even a spot of panto too! If you are feeling a little dismayed with the over-commercialisation of “Christmas present” then join Jim for a journey through Christmas past that will be guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit!

Since the release of his debut album in 2005, Causley’s unique voice and persona have helped him become one of the most well-loved and respected figures of today’s contemporary roots and folk music scene. A prolific collaborator, Causley is hugely admired for his work with iconic groups The Devil’s Interval and Mawkin:Causley as well as playing, touring and recording alongside Waterson:Carthy, John McCusker, Eddie Reader, Graham Coxson, Shirley Collins, Michael Morpurgo, Show of Hands, Kate Rusby, David Rotheray of Beautiful South fame and many more.

During the past decade Causley has been nominated for no less than five BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, won the Spiral Earth Singer of the Year award in 2014, presented his own folk music show on BBC Radio Devon and in 2015 he worked with BBC TV historian Dr Sam Willis to create the music for his show 'Highwaymen, Outlaws and Villains' and was asked to perform his song 'Pride of the Moor' on BBC TV's Countryfile - Dartmoor Special.

Nominated ‘Folk Singer of the Year’ – BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2017

MOJO Top Ten ‘Folk Album of the Year’ 2016

Male Singer of the Year – Spiral Earth Awards 2014

Top 10 Folk Albums of 2013 – The Telegraph

"Jim Causley and his fellow folk musicians bring it to life with real zest, his deep baritone voice soaring as he sings."
**** The Telegraph