Three Cane Whale at St Augustine's Church, Penarth Tickets

St Augustine's Church, Penarth.

Wheelchair access from the side entrance, please enter the church ground from the entrance closest to Clive Place, follow the flat path around and there is a ramp leading up to the side door.

Tickets pricing:

£10 Early bird (limited numbers)

£15 Advance

£20 on the door

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
EARLY BIRD [LIMITED AVAILABILITY] £11.00 (£10.00) Tickets not available

Early bird tickets, a cheaper price in appreciation for your early commitment to attending the event. Limited numbers.

ADVANCE £16.50 (£15.00)

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More information about Three Cane Whale at St Augustine's Church, Penarth tickets

Join us for an intimate and memorable night of delicate acoustic music in the incredible St Augustine's Church in Penarth. We are delighted to welcome Three Cane Whale with support from the Venezualan guitarist George Soriano, hosted once again by Welsh folk duo S?yn.


Alex Vann - mandolin, mandocello, bowed psaltery, zither

Pete Judge - trumpet, tenor horn, harmonium, chimes, glockenspiels

Paul Bradley - acoustic guitar

As intricate as a team of watchmakers, as spare as a mountain stream, uplifting and elegiac in equal measure, Three Cane Whale’s multi-instrumental acoustic music encompasses both a cinematic sweep and an intimate delicacy, in which “the aroma of muddy leaves and old nettles is almost tangible” (The Observer). Championed early on by Cerys Matthews, 3CW’s music has featured on BBC Radios 3, 4 and 6Music, as well as TV and film.

In 2019, the band recorded its fifth album, “303”, in a set of linked locations in South Somerset. They’ll be summoning up these resonant landscapes in their live set, as well as playing a selection from their extensive back-catalogue and some brand new material.

“exquisite, elegant, atmospheric and charmingly quirky” (The Guardian)

“musical miniatures imbued with the West Country landscape. Exquisite, within and without. Four stars” (Songlines)

“wordless paeans to rural southern England. Quiet but compellingly emotional music that is richly-textured and containing melodies of real beauty. 5 stars”’ (fRoots)