Taking place on 1 June will be the third in the Deep Crucible series of nights, run by local boys, Diyar Abdullah & Terence Corness (pictured above). The previous two nights, held in Reading were sell out successes and highly praised by both audiences & performers.
The concept of Deep Crucible is to provide a place where original music can be enjoyed by audiences away from the traditional noise & hubbub of your average pub gig. The boys wanted to create a magical & unique atmosphere which has become the hallmark of a Deep Crucible night.
The venue has always been a crucial part of the nights in creating the right atmosphere. The first two nights were held in the Workhouse Coffee Shop at The George Hotel, one of the oldest buildings in Reading. The nights were themed around it’s history as a coaching inn. This time sees Deep Crucible moving to the River & Rowing Museum in Henley, to take advantage of it’s spectacular location overlooking the Thames.
The night will include musical performances from a variety of artists from Henley, Reading, Aldbury & Oxford. Representing the local Henley scene will be the unique voice of Megan Henwood & the charismatic Andy Mallen. From Aldbury is exciting new talent, 19yr old Harry Phillips. Reading boy Jack Cade will add some of his gritty, Johnny Cash style storytelling & from Oxford, Nikki Loy’s smoking hot melodic soul adds to the mix.
The night will also include stunning artwork from local painter Jo Keiller & spoken word & live performance from the enigmatic Frenchman & purveyor of off the wall storytelling Michaël ‘Gulliver’ Vidon!
The evening starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are available via TC on 07966 245174 or Diyar on 07534 220126. To book online visit: http://deepcrucible3.eventbrite.co.uk/