Local musicians Neil Cousin and Dan the D to perform at Angles Theatre in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 09:01 03 February 2018

Local musicians Neil Cousin and Dan the D will perform at the Wisbech Angles Theatre on February 9.

Local musicians Neil Cousin and Dan the D will perform at the Wisbech Angles Theatre on February 9.


Local musicians Neil Cousin and Dan the D will perform at the Angles Theatre in Wisbech on Friday February 9.

Neil Cousin and Dan Donovan are singer/songwriters living and breathing music in the Fens.

A mixture of a stream of consciousness anecdotes, unreliable testimonies, gritty blues and folk renditions from the soul.

The evening promises dry humour and brooding melodies to light up a dark and possibly wet Fenland evening!

“Clever lyrics and subtle and inspired music. A brooding cocktail of coal black imagery and nocturnal poetry . . .” according to FATEA Magazine

“Cousin has a way with words, switching easily between the prosaic and the metaphorical, and always finding an image that evokes a plurality of meanings,” says

Oliver Arditi.

Tickets, priced at £6 per person, are available from www.anglestheatre.co.uk


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