The exclusive, ticket-only acoustic night at Harrogate Theatre Studio this Saturday night starring Karl Culley has a more arty angle than fans of this talented singer-songwriter may realise.
As well as featuring an excellent sleeve designed by Greig Johnson and Rhys Jones for his new album Phosphor, the gig’s support act Dragonfly Tattoo can boast an artistic angle. Even the poster for the show was partly designed by a graduate of Glasgow School of Art.
The event, which kicks off promptly at 7.30pm, is Culley’s only Harrogate show on a brief return from his home in Krakow.
Support act Dragonfly Tattoo will be performing songs from their sensational Songs of Love and Murder EP promptly at 8.15pm.
The release featured a highly atmospheric sleeve features an amazing shot taken on an antique camera by photographer Anna Lilleengen, who studied at Harrogate College and who shortly has her own exhibition at South Square Gallery in Bradford and the Lotte Inch Gallery in York.
The poster for the gig, which includes access to the Circle Bar’s real ales and wines, is dominated by an image by up-and-coming Japanese artist Yukako Sakakura who studied at Glasgow School of Art.
The delicate and lovely image is called What did I drop for today.
Also appearing in Saturday night’s show will be is the talented and feisty Harrogate songstress Samantha Smith with her spellbinding urban sou
Tickets are available now at Harrogate Theatre box office on 01423 502116 or book online at www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk
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