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A joint Knaresborough Players and Kula Productions presentation.
All profits going to the 'Raise the Roof' fund to replace the Frazer Theatre roof.
Doors open: 7.00pm / Support act: 7.30pm.
Bar / Unallocated seating - first come first served.
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The last time Chris Wood played at the Frazer Theatre in Knaresborough was in September 2009 . The gig was a sell out. And the audience were not disappointed by this fantastic artist.
Although we have been asked a number of times to get Chris back it is not until now that we can tie up dates. It’s a great pleasure to welcome him back and to start the 2014 season of live music at the Frazer Theatre. If you missed this event don’t just take our word for Chris’s talent see what the his fellow musicians say
Chris takes a traditional song and has you absolutely gripped…. He makes it really obvious why it is of contemporary relevance. On the flip side, he has managed this magical thing, writing songs on contemporary themes, or putting music to Hugh Lupton’s words, that absolutely fit hand in glove with traditional songs, but are totally modern.” — Ian Anderson
The Press also say great things to say about his new album None the Wiser.
Andy Gill – INDEPENDENT: “Wood is one of our finest songwriters, a brilliant exponent of the topical troubadour form, and rarely on better form than he is with None the Wiser. The title track alone is a masterpiece”
Martin Townsend – EXPRESS : “Wood has honed his songwriting to perfection here… Each sung phrase is weighed with care… heartbreaking purity.”
Siobhan Long – THE IRISH TIMES: “Nobody comes even close to equaling his bird’s-eye-view… a distilled and intimate collection of snapshots chronicling the sweetness of love, the fragility of sanity, the glories of ageing and so much more.”
Robin Denselow – THE GUARDIAN: “one of Britain’s most uncompromising and original singer-songwriters… his latest album is remarkable for the settings as much as the lyrics.”
Colin Irwin – MOJO Album of the month: “…such a rarefied talent, both as writer and interpreter.”