An alternative hustings event
Friday 2nd June, Trinity Church, Gosforth High Street Doors open 7 pm
Event Starts 7.30 pm
Finish 9 pm
Featuring the Newcastle upon Tyne Central candidates:
Chi Onwurah (Labour)
Steve Kyte (Conservative)
Nick Cott (Liberal Democrat)
Peter Thomson (Green)
Humans understand the world by telling stories and forming narratives. Our politics can be seen as a competition between alternative narratives as to why the world is as it is and how it should be. So come along and hear how those who would seek your vote tell the story of what’s happening in our country, what should happen in the future and what they think the story should be.
￼Organised by Churches Together in Gosforth
HAV are a Modern folk and electronic composition trio: Alex Ross, Jon Bidgood, Ian Paterson. They’re in concert at Trinity Church to celebrate the release of their Debut album, Inver released through Folkwit Records, on Saturday 27 May 2017.
They’ll be joined onstage by Eva Stone to open the evening’s concert. Eva is an incredible talent and comes fresh from co-writing and appearing on Nitin Sawnhey’s new album. “She’s worth the entry fee alone,” promises Alex.
Doors at 18.30, first act 19.30, event finishes 22.30.
Please buy your ticket from TicketSource beforehand:
SPECIAL DISCOUNT BUNDLE: Album CD + ticket
£15.00 + booking fee
General Admission ticket
£8.50 + booking fee
Concession Seating Ticket (available for any Trinity Church members)
£6.50 + booking fee
HAV is the Danish word for Sea. Inver is a Gaelic word meaning ‘a confluence of rivers’.
For more information please visit the HAV band website or folkwit.com or the Facebook event page.