CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF YUSUF – Cat Stevens

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Standard £19, Concessions £17
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11am – 3pm Monday to Saturday – plus one hour prior to the performance.

 

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Proceeds and audience donations from this tour of concerts will go to the UNICEF UK Syrian Children’s appeal.

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This Concert is performed as a gesture of belief in the possibility that harmony and understanding between us all may be interwoven into today’s World.

Keith James

Presents an honest and loving reflection of the timeless and insightful music of

Yusuf – Cat Stevens

It is hardly surprising that, to mark its 50th anniversary, Yusuf has entirely re-recorded and re-released his remarkable Album Tea for the Tillerman, with each of the unforgettable 11 songs re-conceptualized and re-imagined and gifted back to us among all the uncertainties of 2020 and beyond.

During the early 1970s, amassed body of music from this hugely popular and sincerely loved singer/songwriter made for a collection of ‘must have’ records across a whole generation. Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat were on everyone’s turntables and on every radio station, live versions are played in concerts, bars and on the world’s beaches to this day. Songs such as Wild World, Father and Son, Moonshadow and Where do the Children play have been covered by hundreds of Artists worldwide.

Keith James is a long standing, well-respected and inventive concert performer who specialises in playing intimate, carefully researched biographic style concerts of those he has studied and revered as writers over the years.

He weaves the story of Cat Stevens’ life from his early pop career, life threatening illness and spiritual journey around a performance of his beautifully-crafted and memorable songs.

 

Show Details

Saturday 6 November 2021 at 19:30

Tickets:  Standard  £19, Concessions  £17  (includes £1 theatre restoration levy)

Concessions are: Senior Citizen, Student, Kenton Volunteers, Children Under 18, Equity Members, and Keepers/Friends

Running time:  140 minutes (includes a 20 minute interval)