Brooks Williams

Music

  • You can choose from two arrival slots, we have introduced this measure to avoid crowding.
  • Entry is via the back of the building, from the car park.
  • All adults and children 11+ must wear a face covering unless exempt (except when eating or drinking)
  • The duty manager will assign you and your group suitable seats when you arrive.
  • Please observe the rule of 6
  • Drinks and other refreshments will be brought to your seat
  • Hand sanitiser will be available.

During the booking process you will be asked for a contact tracing number. We’re asking for this data for NHS Test and Trace. We won’t use it for marketing purposes but will use this number if we need to contact you about your order. If you want your phone number deleted after you have attended the event, please email and boxoffice@haverhillartscentre.co.uk and once safe to do so we will remove it.

This film / show  will be performed to a reduced capacity audience to ensure your safety whilst remaining within government guidelines.

Brooks Williams is one of those select few ‘how on earth does he do it?!’ artists.” (Fatea) Cambridge-based, Georgia-born, he’s a guitarist singer and songwriter named one of WUMB-FM Boston’s Top 100 All-Time Artists and is listed in the Top 100 Acoustic Guitarists. Rave reviews have come in from RnR, Fatea, Blues Matters, Q and Songlines. Known for both solos shows and collaborations with the likes of Boo Hewerdine (they call themselves State of the Union), Rab Noakes, Sloan Wainwright and Hans Theessink, Brooks is one of roots music’s guiding lights. “An accomplished guitarist in possession of rich vocal powers and a talent for lyrical imagery, his songs are imbued with uplifting generosity”

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