Multi award-winning folk singer Seth Lakeman was raised and still lives on Dartmoor, within sight of the sea at Plymouth, from where the Puritans sailed on the Mayflower in 1620.
Seth tells the epic and soulful tale of the Pilgrim Fathers on his new album ‘A Pilgrim’s Tale’, which is due for release this year.
He will be playing songs from the album live with his band in the towns and cities from which the Pilgrim Fathers hailed.
The album features contributions from bass player Ben Nichols, Seth’s sister-in-law Cara Dillon, dad Geoff Lakeman, and folk musician Benji Kirkpatrick, and is narrated by actor Paul McGann.
For more information and ticket details, visit www.sethlakeman.co.uk
Wednesday, 5 February - Cast Theatre, Doncaster, DN1 3BU (7.30pm)
Thursday, 6 February - St Andrew's Church, Immingham, DN40 2EU (7pm)
Friday, 7 February - Norbury Theatre, Droitwich, WR9 8ED (7.30pm)
Saturday, 8 February - Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough, DN21 2AL (7.30pm)
Sunday, 9 February - at Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre, Boston, PE21 6HP (7pm)
Tuesday, 11 February - St Nicholas Church, Harwich, CO12 3DR (7pm)
Wednesday, 12 February - Southwark Cathedral, London, SE1 9DA (7pm)
Thursday, 13 February - Central Hall, Southampton, SO14 1NF (7pm)
Friday, 14 February - Flavel Arts Centre, Dartmouth, TQ6 9ND (7pm)
Saturday, 15 February - St Andrew's Church, Plymouth, PL1 2AD (7pm)
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