Tales of Witchcraft & Wonder at Penzance

Sunday 18th August 2019 at 07:00 PM
Acorn Theatre, Penzance

Join Inkubus Sukkubus and The Exmouth Shanty Men for a night of dark folklore and sea-faring tales.

Inkubus Sukkubus are a British pagan gothic rock band with an international following. The subject matter of their music tends to veer towards the dark and supernatural, exploring witchcraft, magick, folklore, death rites and more. In October 2018 the band released the final part of their ‘Tales of Witchcraft & Wonder’ trilogy – ‘Sabrina: Goddess of the Severn’ – exploring the folklore of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and beyond.

The band formed in the summer of 1989, and they have been releasing albums and touring ever since. To date, they’ve brought out 24 studio albums and performed live in Mexico, USA, Australia, Russia, Turkey, Scandinavia, UK and most of Europe; they have also appeared on national terrestrial television in the UK, Greece, Germany and Finland.
In 2019, they are celebrating their 30th Anniversary with a series of live concerts and a new album – their 25th studio release. http://inkubussukkubus.com/index.htm

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The Exmouth Shanty Men
Devon’s ‘original buoy band’ first burst on to the folk scene in 2007 and their continually growing reputation has been founded on the authenticity and integrity of their performance.
They have played the 2012 Olympics in Weymouth & the Tall Ships Regatta in both Waterford (Eire) & Falmouth (England); and many Festivals across the UK and Europe including Sidmouth, Warwick, Wadebridge, Falmouth, Wickham, Lichfield L2F, Banbury, Chippenham and Weymouth (England); Paimpol, Brest & Douarnenez (France); Oostende & Blankenberge (Belgium); Appingedam (Holland); Travemünde (Germany) and Krakow (Poland).
In between live appearances they have recorded 6 albums. https://www.exmouthshantymen.com/

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