Mitch Benn is an hilarious comedian and songwriter with a long pedigree of radio and TV performances. He is favourite at the Edinburgh Festival and with a significant following on You Tube for his satirical observational songs. One of his most popular recent compositions in “Ten Songs to Save the World” is the much viewed “Moving to Scotland” suggesting a post-Brexit exodus north of the border, presented in a style reminiscent of “The Proclaimers”. “Song after song of exquisitely crafted satire” The Scotsman.
Our especially constructed outside stage with newly covered area for the audience will allow us to be socially distanced and Covid safe. Some tickets will be on sale on the door but to be 100% sure of seeing this BBC Radio 4 and Edinburgh Festival favourite get your ticket in advance from the Cheese & Grain Box Office here.
Note the Lantivet Duo gig has been moved to 6.00pm so that we can host both gigs on the same evening.