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DISS • NORFOLK

Terence Blacker & Dave Thomas

Venue: The Corn Hall
A celebration of blues, folk - and freedom
 
Together for the first time - legendary UK bluesman Dave Thomas, whose new album this year reached the #1 spot in the Roots Music Report Top 50, and singer-songwriter Terence Blacker, whose last album was nominated by the Sunday Times as one of the Top 100 albums of 2020. 
 
Between them, Dave ('Simply masterful', Blues Matters Magazine) and Terence ('Classic folk blues in the making,' Fatea Magazine) bring together music that is traditional and new, heartfelt and hilarious, for a show that is the perfect feelgood celebration for this post-lockdown moment. 
 
Reviews 
Terence: 'A consummate crowd-pleasing performer – brilliant.' Northern Sky Magazine 
'We need cheering up right now and this singer-songwriter, sometimes tender, sometimes sardonic, is just the ticket.' Sunday Times 
 
Dave: 'Lovely blues from a lovely guy. Reset your Blues-o-meter.' Blues in Britain 
'Stellar... Ranging from blues, folk, and rock, Dave Thomas has been there, played it, and mastered it.' Folk and Tumble
Approx 2hrs incl interval

Seating inside the Corn Hall auditorium is socially distanced to 1m+. 
We decide the seating plan on the night to make sure that every attendee is accounted for and well-spaced whether you're coming on your own or as part of a household bubble. This enables us to ensure that your visit to the Corn Hall is a safe and enjoyable experience.
 
If you have access issues please contact the Box Office on 01379 652241 to complete your booking so we can ensure that your visit is as comfortable and safe as possible. Due to the COVID-19 social distancing requirements we have a limit on how many wheelchair spaces we can accommodate so these need to be reserved in advance.
'We need cheering up right now and this singer-songwriter, sometimes tender, sometimes sardonic, is just the ticket.'
Sunday Times on Terence Blacker
'Stellar... Ranging from blues, folk, and rock, Dave Thomas has been there, played it, and mastered it.'
Folk and Tumble