Lizzy is a captivating and energetic folk singer-songwriter, playing a vibrant mix of traditional, original and contemporary music. Her delicate and interesting guitar parts mingle with her immensely powerful yet pure voice to tell a story. She writes song from the heart, mulling over the subtleties of everyday life as well as re-arranging and re-invigorating traditional tunes. After appearing as a finalist in 2018’s New Roots competition she has gone from strength to strength.
Lizzy is proving herself to be a talented songwriter, giving significance to stories old and new. Having supported acts such as Lady Maisery, Nancy Kerr, and Bob Fox is “a rising star on the folk scene not to be missed” (Kimpton Folk Events).
She has had successful radio play nationally and across the pond as well as support and headline gigs at reputable folk clubs and festivals across the country. Her new debut album Dusk is available on Spotify and all other good interweb streaming platforms, as well as the EP, Long Story Short.
“A talented vocal from a profoundly legitimate and natural performer.” The Horns, Watford
“Exceptional new singer… One of the hardest working powerhouses.” Hitchin Folk Club
“A powerful voice to watch out for” Royston Folk Club
“Accomplished guitar player…destined for great things” Unicorn Folk Magazine
“Sings straight to the heart with a voice you could listen to on loop.” Maverick Magazine
The venue is situated in Brookfield Gardens on the site of the old Unitarian Church. Access from the street is via a flight of steps with, currently, no ramped access for wheelchairs. Park for free after 6.30pm at West Kirby Concourse, only 4 minutes walk away, as there is no on street parking available at the venue. Licensed bar available.