Dharma Records presents:
An evening with Alexander Wolfe
Entry Requirements: All ages
Following a string of singles from the hugely anticipated fourth album, due for release in early 2019, Alexander Wolfe rejoined the cast in a rejuvenated new run of "The Trench" for a season at the Southwark Playhouse through October and November. Catch him if you can...
Ahead of the album he plays this rare live show at the wonderful St Pancras Old Church in London on January 30th. He will be playing songs from the new record and perhaps from The Trench, along with old favourites.
Special guests to be announced....
Alexander Wolfe (born 24 December 1981) is a musician and songwriter, influenced by artists such as Nick Drake, Neil Young and Bon Iver.
His debut Album, Morning Brings a Flood, was released on Dharma Records in March 2010. Since, Morning Brings a Flood has garnered significant critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic. The New York Post called it "the most beautiful album heard in years. Period". It also received four-star reviews in Q magazine and Uncut which described the album as, "An object lesson in how to wring out every last drop of emotion". The Sunday Times simply declared it, "A beautiful album". The single 'Song For the Dead' was used as the opening and closing music for BBC 2 sitcom Whites starring Alan Davies. Alexander's sophomore album Skeletons was recorded over a weekend and released in September 2012. Alexander wrote and performed the soundtrack for the critically acclaimed play “The Trench” which ran a hugely successful season at Edinburgh Festival in 2014 before going on tour around the UK. Alex's critically acclaimed third album ‘From The Shallows’ followed in 2015 before Alex took to the stage once again in the very funny, and moving, immersive production of Alice In The Underground which ran a for season at the Old Vic.
Cut to 2018... Following a string of singles from the massively anticipated fourth album, due for release in early 2019, Alex rejoins his pals in a rejuvenated new run of "The Trench" for a season at the Southwark Playhouse. Catch him if you can...
Ahead of the album he plays a rare solo show at the wonderful St Pancras Old Church in London on January 30th. He will be playing songs from the new record and perhaps from The Trench, along with old favourites.