Entry Requirements: Over 16's (Under 18's must be accompanied by and adult)
An intimate evening with the Australia based Belfast born troubadour.
With the gig selling out quickly and due to exceptional demand for tickets, we have moved this gig to our bigger room and made additional tickets available.
With a career that spans over 20 albums, Andy White is a 21st Century protest singer. From biting social commentary to heartbreaking love songs, Andy has them all and more.
** Please note that the venue is located up stairs so may not be suitable for those with walking difficulties **
++ We operate a strict no talking policy when acts are performing. Please be a considerate gig goer. We are an all seated venue ++
Andy White is a poet and powerbook-toting troubadour, who grew up in Belfast, surrounded by Irish beauty and terrorist violence. His father is a political writer and his grandmother was a piano player. Music and lyricism run in the family. "I grew up hearing folk music dividing people into one side or the other. I wanted to write a new folk music. Uniting our traditions with the rock music we loved and the new political future we hoped for. I started off writing poems and then picked up an acoustic guitar when I heard John Lennon sing 'Give Peace A Chance'. Put them both together, that's all."