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Swear Down Records presents

Saskia Steene Faulkner “Tides” Single Launch

  • Friday 25 August 8.30

The Marlborough Theatre

2 hours 30 mins

£5

“A voice which could simply be a soundtrack to any movie of hope”
– Brighton AfterDark

Acoustic folk/pop artist Saskia Steene Faulkner has an impressive CV to her name for someone not even in her 20s, having performed at Brighton Dome as part of Sounds of the City, supported Franc Cinelli on his UK tour and having starred in many theatrical acting roles.

Friday 25th August marks the release of her single “Tides” through Swear Down Records, a track which has been described as “giving Kate Bush a run for her money”. 

“For A Moment Now” promo: https://goo.gl/o9CNXT

FB: https://www.facebook.com/saskiasteenefaulknermusic
Web: https://www.saskiasteenefaulkner.co.uk/
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Support from:

PHILY K
Phily’s music is most often a whiskey soaked mix of blues and soul, diving deep into the world of heartbreak, unrequited love and emotion. She is accompanied by the talented Stu Day on the piano, his bluesy chords and impressive knowledge of music theory have the ability to bring the sounds she hears in her head to life.
Listen: https://youtu.be/uQMfNKhtcpk
FB: http://www.facebook.com/PhilyK7

CHRISTELLE
Christelle is a 17 year old acoustic pop singer-songwriter. She regularly gigs around Sussex, including past performances at Worthing Oxjam and Splash FM Garden Party. Her main inspiration is Gabrielle Aplin and would love to duet with her one day.
Listen: https://youtu.be/bx0P_8f0cxg
Web: http://www.christellemusic.com/
FB: http://www.facebook.com/ChristelleMusic

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18+
Contact: info@sweardownrecords.com

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If you have a Companion/PA then they can accompany you for free, please send an email to info@marlboroughtheatre.org.uk to arrange a ticket, and let us know if you have any further access requirements. Ear plugs are available upon request. 

We have a hearing loop in the theatre, you can connect to the induction loop via your hearing aid. Do this by switching your hearing aid to the T position.

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