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Cattle & Cane (Cancelled)

plus Amelia Coburn

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Cattle & Cane (Cancelled)

plus Amelia Coburn


Cancelled (Thursday 18 January) 

Unfortunately Cattle & Cane have today announced that they’ll have to cancel their upcoming tour, including the show at The Glasshouse.

All tickets will be refunded at point of purchase. We will be in touch about your tickets. Thank you for your patience and co-operation. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.

The Band say:

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, we regret to inform you that we are unable to proceed with our upcoming live performances. We apologise for any inconveniences this may cause.

For our headline tour in February/March, tickets will be refunded in the coming days by the ticket seller.

Our wonderful support act, Amelia Coburn, will be announcing her own headline tour soon and you should definitely go see her.

For our supports with Ward Thomas, you’re in safe hands with Catherine and Lizzy who’ll be putting on a great show.

Thank you for your understanding ❤️”



Relatable. Friendly. Squabbling siblings take note.

Teesside folk duo Cattle & Cane make return to the stage in support of their new album ‘Golden.’ With soaring sibling harmonies and heartfelt songwriting, Joe and Helen Hammill’s magical act has earned them a passionate fanbase. Their show promises special new tracks alongside favourites in an intimate, uplifting evening with one of indie-folk’s most mesmerizing live acts.

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Need to know

Price: From £17.60

Stage Times: Announced nearer showtime.

Age: Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

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About the artists

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Cattle & Cane

Joe and Helen Hammill make up Teesside sibling duo Cattle & Cane and they’re part of the UK’s thriving indie-folk and Americana scenes.  To date they’ve shared stages with artists like Tom Odell, Brian Wilson, and Lewis Capaldi and their regional headline gigs at venues including The Glasshouse and Middlesbrough Town Hall regularly sell out.

The duo have graced international events like Canadian Music Week and UK festivals including Cambridge Folk Festival and Live At Leeds. They’ve received BBC support and features on popular playlists. Plus their music has amassed over 26 million Spotify streams. Noteworthy TV placements include Sunday Brunch and Made In Chelsea. Middlesbrough FC even printed their lyrics on home shirts.

Amelia Coburn

Amelia Coburn

Amelia Coburn is a distinctive new voice, blending folk, jazz, psych, and showtunes – creating original songs with familiar yet fresh melodies and vivid lyrics.The BBC Young Folk Awards nominee and UKE Magazine Breakthrough Artist winner is a captivating performer, drawing inspiration from Serge Gainsbourg, Edith Piaf, and Rufus Wainwright.

National airplay on BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Radio 2, along with performances at prestigious festivals like Cambridge Folk Festival have cementedher position as one to watch. Her debut studio album, produced by Bill Ryder-Jones, reflects her exploration of existence and emotional connections. With a busy live schedule, she tours the UK and Europe, joining Cattle & Cane in 2024.

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