Instrumental trio Threaded will perform at the Kettering Arts Centre next week.
With a line-up comprising of clarinet, violin and guitar, Threaded create a distinctive and mesmerising sound which is a fusion of classical, folk and world music.
They previously played the Potbelly Folk Festival last year and while coming from a classical background, share a love of folk and acoustic music.
Threaded headline the Kettering Arts Centre in Lindsay Street on Saturday, February 28. Support is by The Abrahams and Phoebe Louse.
Doors open at 7pm, tickets cost £7 in advance with concessions available.
To book visit www.wegottickets.com/event/301717
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