Maddie Morris

Saturday, September 24, 2022
Time: 7.30pm
Duration: 50 minutes
Venue: The Courthouse

Described by Jim Moray as “leading the next generation of socially conscious songwriters”, Maddie Morris is a contemporary folk musician, who won the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award in 2019.

Maddie’s music uses personal story telling to embody political ideas, and their music tackles issues ranging from LGBTQIA identities to poverty and sexual violence.

Maddie’s music is heavily influenced by international vocal traditions and they have been described by Nancy Kerr as an “extremely accomplished young singer – not just the possessor of a haunting and delicately ornamented vocal style, but also a performer with serious insight into how to tell a story in song.” 

Facebook: @MaddieMorrisMusic

YouTube: Maddie Morris


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  • We don’t issue physical tickets – just bring your email confirmation or order reference along
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  • Seating is generally unreserved but specific events or requirements (e.g. COVID) may alter this
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  • There is no parking at The Courthouse except for Blue Badge holders who must let us know they will be needing the space

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