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Reg Meuross and Steve Tilston at Cast Theatre

January 22, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm


Two finely talented songwriters share the stage for an evening of storytelling in song; forgotten heroes, folk legends and autobiographical tales… come alive through their imaginative penmanship.


Reg Meuross

Reg Meuross is a true troubadour. With fourteen solo albums to his name, the breadth and depth of his material is unparalleled in contemporary folk: songs about forgotten heroes, famous names, folk legends, the climate emergency, tales from the kitchen sink and news from the world stage; if something needs to be sung about then Reg Meuross has a song for it.  After the collaboration of the 12 Silk Handkerchiefs project, Reg’s new album RAW sees him return to the solo performance style that audiences across the land are so familiar with.  Accompanying himself on his ‘44 Martin six-string guitar, tenor guitar, banjo, dulcimer, and harmonica, RAW is the sound of one man and his songs. The resulting album is an intimate window into the heart, soul and songs of one of England’s finest writers.

“There’s something special about the way he writes and delivers a song” Townes Van Zandt
“One of the most talented storytellers of our generation” Pennyblack Music
“A mighty songwriter and an equally fine singer” Martin Carthy “

Steve Tilston

Distant Days is a solo acoustic retrospective which sees Steve Tilston reworking some of his most treasured self-penned songs, in addition to three previously unreleased guitar instrumentals, offering a unique insight into his musical journey since the early 1970s.
Insightful lyrics, ravishing melodies and deft guitar work continue to showcase an artist at the top of his game, each and every song and instrumental standing firm, assured and fully realised in its own right. For Distant Days, he sings and plays both acoustic guitar and banjo.


Cast Theatre
Doncaster, DN1 3BU United Kingdom
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