Salt House – Sunday 20th Mar 2022
Songs are central to Salt House. New songs that sound as if they’ve always been here. Ancient ballads woken up. Poems given the tunes they’ve long deserved. Songs about place, politics, landscape and birds. A collaboration of writing and song from 3 of Scotland’s foremost performers; Jenny Sturgeon (vocals, harmonium, guitar), Ewan MacPherson (vocals, guitars) and Lauren MacColl (fiddle, viola, vocals).
You’ll also hear echoes of Pentangle, a touch of Dick Gaughan, murmurs of Scandinavian and Scots, all woven into a music that’s traditional and new. The group’s meticulous attention to detail, shared passions and care for their craft sees Salt House soar.
Doors will be open from 6.00pm. An optional two course supper served between 6 – 6.30pm with desserts served during the interval – please book at the same time as buying your ticket for the performance (vegan, vegetarian, GF, DF and carnivorous diets catered for).
Music starts at 7.30pm
If you are showing any signs or symptoms of Covid-19, please do not attend. We all need to look after each other.
Please note: All tickets include a 5% booking fee.
Click to see a typical Folk at the Froize Menu
£10 for two courses - Main course served between 6pm and 6.30pm. Puddings served during the interval.
- The ‘Suffolk’ Beef Burger
- Mushroom Stroganoff
- Aubergine, Spinach and Sweet Potato Curry
- Katsu Chicken Curry!
- Slow cooked Beef with bacon, mushrooms, and Guinness
All served with basmati rice apart from the burger, which is served with chips and all the trimmings.
- Our very tipsy! Sherry Trifle
- Panna Cotta with Raspberries
- Sticky-Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce
- Sunken Chocolate Pudding with Chocolate Sauce
- Mango sorbet
We try and cater for a variety of dietary requirements by offering a choice to include vegan, vegetarian, coeliac and lactose intolerant types – Oh! and carnivores too!
All our food is served on & with re-cyclable or compostable plates/cutlery.
£15.75 – £26.25