Folk group Lau to play at Saffron Hall on November 30

PUBLISHED: 11:06 15 November 2018 | UPDATED: 11:06 15 November 2018

Lau will play at Saffron Hall

Lau will play at Saffron Hall


Folk group Lau, winner of Best Group four times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, will be at Saffron Hall on Friday, November 30.

Favourites at Cambridge Folk Festival, this is their first new music since their 2015 album The Bell that Never Rang.

The Guardian reviewer has called them “The most musically adventurous trio in British folk”. They mix acoustic and electronic, instrumental and song.

Lau, formed in 2005, is named after an Orcadian word meaning “natural light”. The band is composed of virtuoso musicians, Kris Drever (guitar, vocals), Martin Green (accordion, piano, electronics) and Aidan O’Rourke (fiddle).

At the cutting edge of the British folk revival and with roots in England and Scotland, they have released four studio albums and one live album,

According to everyone who has seen them. It will well worth a visit to Lau-Lau Land.

7.30pm. Tickets, £10-£25 from 0845 548 7650 or


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