A Mythical Musical Odyssey with CALAN

Thu 21 November, 20:00
£20 + bf

Immerse yourself in an enchanting world as the mesmerising quartet CALAN grace our stage with their unique brand of power-folk

This musical odyssey combines original tunes and songs with ancient melodies unearthed from the National Library of Wales. Join us for an extraordinary evening featuring tracks from their highly anticipated album, ‘Nefydd’.

Internationally acclaimed CALAN emerge with a new, captivating narrative; ancient tales of Welsh mythology are meticulously brought to life, transcending the pages of folklore to resonate through the enchanting melodies of harp, guitar, fiddle, accordion, and song. ‘Nefydd’ tells stories of murderous princes, thieving highwaymen and the triumphant resurgence of the heart of Welsh folklore.

CALAN’s versatility is legendary in itself. From intimate house concerts to the grandiose Royal Albert Hall, Calan have become modern-day folk heroes themselves. They also notably graced operatic superstar Sir Bryn Terfel’s most recent album, marking their triumphant return to the musical forefront.

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CALAN

Internationally acclaimed CALAN emerge with a new, captivating narrative; ancient tales of Welsh mythology are meticulously brought to life, transcending the pages of folklore to resonate through the enchanting melodies of harp, guitar, fiddle, accordion, and song. ‘Nefydd’ tells stories of murderous princes, thieving highwaymen and the triumphant resurgence of the heart of Welsh folklore.
CALAN’s versatility is legendary in itself. From intimate house concerts to the grandiose Royal Albert Hall, Calan have become modern day folk heroes themselves. They also notably graced operatic superstar Sir Bryn Terfel’s most recent album, marking their triumphant return to the musical forefront.

+ SUPPORT ACT: THE MARCELLAS

The Marcellas are an electro acoustic three piece band from Merthyr Tydfil. The band comprises of two sisters Bethan and Delyth McLean, singing blood harmonies and playing a mix of guitar, bass and percussion and their uncle Karl Pulman playing lead guitar and drums. Their influences range from little feat and led zeppelin to Florence and the machine and First Aid Kit. Their current set is original music written by themselves with some different takes on a few favourite covers.

Date: 21 November 2024

Start Time: 20:00

Doors: 19:00

Bar:  Open from 19:00. We serve a selection of craft beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks.

Length: approx. 2 hours

Tickets: £20 + bf

We recommend pre-booking tickets to guarantee entry. Booking on the door will result in an additional fee of £1.

Venue: Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Rowington Close, London W2 5TF

Closest Stations: Royal Oak (Circle and Hammersmith & City line) 0.3 miles

Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo line) 0.4 miles

Paddington Station (National Rail services and Circle, District, Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City line) 0.9 miles