Sarah McQuaid to celebrate new album with Bath concert

PUBLISHED: 20:00 09 February 2018

Sarah McQuaid

Sarah McQuaid

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An award-winning singer-songwriter will perform material from her new album in Bath at the weekend.

Sarah McQuaid will be at the Theatre Royal’s Ustinov Studio tomorrow (Saturday) to showcase her new album If We Dig Any Deeper This Could Get Dangerous.

The album is the guitarist’s fifth solo album and features both original material and cover versions including a sublime recording of Forever Autumn by Jeff Wayne.

As well as her distinctive voice, tracks feature quirky sounds including percussive wine bottles and vocals from Sarah’s cat, Nightshine.

The concert is part of a tour which will take Sarah across the UK, as well as to countries including Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland and the USA.

Sarah McQuaid will take to the stage at 8pm.

Tickets, priced £12-15, are available by calling 01225 448844 or online.

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