at The Hexagon
New date & venue: Sun 3 Oct, 7.30pm
Please note: New venue & date
This show has been re-scheduled from Friday 26th March at The Concert Hall to The Hexagon on Sunday 3rd October 2021.
This event will now go ahead as a non-socially distanced show and you will be seated next to other people.
This event was originally sold as a socially distanced event - if you have any concerns at all please contact the Reading Arts Box Office here - email@example.com
Existing customers may have a change of seats due to the new seating plan and new e-tickets will be required to attend the show.
New e-tickets will be emailed to customers one week before the show.
If you don't receive your new tickets by this time, please email the Box Office here - firstname.lastname@example.org
Your e-tickets will be scanned in from your phone on entry to the venue.
Certain Covid safety procedures will remain in place however, for the wellbeing of customers, staff and performers.
See our latest Covid Theatre procedures HERE.
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Grace Petrie's unique takes on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered, have won over an army of loyal fans across the alternative, folk, political and comedy scenes. She's toured with Frank Turner and Billy Bragg, supported comedians Robin Ince and Josie Long, and collaborated with Leon Rosselson and Peggy Seeger. She has been a frequent guest on BBC Radio 4's The Now Show and has appeared on Channel 4's Random Acts. Her frequent festival appearances have included Vancouver Folk Festival, Latitude, Cambridge Folk Festival and The Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury Festival.
Her current album, Queer As Folk, was released in Sept '18 and was a Mojo magazine top 10 Folk Album of the Year.
Advisory age: PG