Bruncheon featuring Candythief, Lara Rosales/Mark Morley-Fletcher & Key To Music

Saturday 12th January 2019
11.30am - 2.30pm, free entry

A cracking line-up for our January Bruncheon, put together by special guest programmer Candythief who will also be hitting the stage! Come along for top-notch live music, great food, and excellent company!

Key To Music

Students of all ages at Key To Music present a lively performance of some great pop tunes old and new arranged for multiple guitar and vocal performance, as heard at the Fringe.

Lara Rosales/Mark Morley-Fletcher

Lara and Mark are back after captivating listeners with their set of soulful jazz inflected arrangements, where atmospheric vocals and imaginative guitar combine to present magnetic presentations of great jazz and pop tunes. Sure to warm you up from the winter’s chill.


BBC Introducing artist Candythief, aka anglo-euro songwriter Diana de Cabarrus, first emerged in
association with Fife micro label Fence records. This year she has been touring her third album, Imaginary Medals. The current single Rosemary Lane has been enjoying attention from BBC 6 Music’s legendary Tom Robinson.
‘I’m utterly enchanted by Candythief’s Imaginary Medals album….’ Crack Magazine
‘****’ The Scotsman
‘De Cabarrus beguiles from the off with unusual song structures, psychedelic melodies and fresh takes on traditional songs…’ Nadine McBay, The National
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