Singer-songwriter Lady Nade is willing to play Pocklington Arts Centre in October

Bristol singer-songwriter Lady Nade. Picture: Joseph Branston

AMERICANA folk singer-songwriter Lady Nade will return to Pocklington Arts Centre on October 15 after supporting Spiers & Boden there in October 2021.

This summer, the Bristol musician has played such festivals as Glastonbury, Latitude and Black Deer in the wake of releasing her third album, Willing, in June 2021.

Pocklington Arts Centre manager Dave Parker says: “Lady Nade’s last appearance here last October created a real buzz amongst our audience, with many coming away from the show blown away by her performance as the special guest of Spiers & Boden.

“So, we’re incredibly excited to be welcoming her back to the venue and putting her centre stage for what we know will be a fantastic night of live music in a unique intimate setting. Snap up your tickets fast or risk missing out!”

The forced stillness of the pandemic led to a prolific outpouring of creativity and words by Lady Nade, resulting in Willing, a collection of stories about love and friendship, both regular subjects in her work. Her songs explore self and loneliness, emotions that she brings to audiences with a sense of finding and losing these feelings during such strange times.

Tickets for this 8pm concert cost £14 on 01759 301547 or at