Dave Till and Sabine Mehlberg will be join forces to put on a gig during the middle of February at the Universal Hall in Findhorn.
The music will be provided by singer/songwriter Sabine Mehlberg while the humour will come from Dave Till.
Every Sunday for 18 months during the pandemic, come rain or shine, Sabine played outside the Phoenix Café. Inspired by the folk and country music of the 60s and 70s, she’s gigged all over Europe. Locally, she’s played at the Captain’s Table, the Moray Art Centre and the Universal Hall, all in Findhorn, plus The 1645 Inn in Auldearn and the café at Logie Steading.
Dave has written for television (both BBC and ITV), theatre (National Theatre of Scotland’s 5 minute Theatre) and radio (BBC Radio Scotland). He’s been performing his spoken word pieces for more than 30 years and has played venues in Moray, London and New York. His influences include the Liverpool poets – Roger McGough, Adrian Henri and Brian Patten – plus John Cooper Clarke from his home town of Manchester, so humour is never far away.
Saturday, February 18 at 7.30pm. Tickets available on the door.