In a late addition to its exciting music season, Royal & Derngate are delighted
to welcome up and coming young band Paper Aeroplanes,
who will be performing an intimate gig in the theatre’s Underground space on Wednesday 24 February,
supported by Georgia Ruth Williams.
Paper Aeroplanes are made up of a boy and a girl hailing from the rainiest extremes of
This contemporary-folk duo puppeteer the emotions of audiences with their wistful musical tales.
Sarah’s gorgeous voice and bewitching stage presence creates a tranquil atmosphere only broken by the heartfelt intensity of her lyrics.
Their latest single Lifelight is currently enjoying airtime on BBC Radio 2.
“Truly, you could streak the sky with this album's melodies & people would stand,necks craned, mouths agape, gasping at the beauty of it all” – BBC Wales
Paper Aeroplanes will be supported by Georgia Ruth Williams. With the name of a Southern Belle,
but a haunting voice more deeply rooted in her native
Georgia Ruth delivers a new blend of soul, folk and harp.
Memories of childhood journeys in campervans through
with Paul Simon, Joan Baez and Bach cassettes on loop, provide the backdrop to the 21 year old’s musical influences.
Her bewitching harp sound owes as much to the finger-picking style of the 60s folk guitarists as it does
to the rigorous classical training she underwent from a very young age.
Paper Aeroplanes will be performing at Royal & Derngate on Wednesday 24 February at 8pm,
supported by Georgia Ruth Williams. Tickets are just £5 and can be booked
by calling the Box Office on 016040 624811 or online By using the red buy tickets button below
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