A Night of Winter with Patrick Wolf – Preview

Published On December 1, 2013 | By Amy Banks | Music & Nightlife Reviews & Previews

The Old Market – December 16th, 7pm
£14 adv.

Embodying both the beautiful and the eccentric with every performance, Patrick Wolf manages to entangle his audience in a world of dark and dreamlike poetic beauty on almost any occasion. The London born singer is well-known for his bewitchingly beautiful ballads and melancholy melodies and has created a reputable following since the release of his first studio album ‘Lycanthropy’ in 2003, after rightfully winning the attention of Fat Cat Records. This was soon followed by the anticipated launch of his second album ‘Wind In The Wires’ in 2005 which included the remarkable ‘Tristan’. Closely based on the classical poem ‘Tristram of Lyonesse’, the track received outstanding reviews. His third album ‘The Magic Positionexploded onto the indie-folk scene in 2007 and was one of the most highly praised albums of the year.

A few years on and Patrick Wolf is set to return to the blustery shores of Brighton just in time for winter. His latest tour fittingly named ‘A Night of Winter with Patrick Wolf’ features a treasure trove of tracks both new and old, with special performances featuring favourite midwinter songs.

With Christmas fast approaching, Patrick’s blend of picturesque poetry and light-hearted lyrics is the perfect way to spend an evening this December and if you’re willing to battle the blisteringly cold streets of Brighton to make it down to The Old Market, this will no doubt be a performance worth your fingers turning blue. Tickets are currently on sale now but are selling out fast so make sure you grab yours now as this will be a performance not to be missed.


You can also get 40% off of tickets with Ticket Web’s advent calendar (day 3) here!

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