31st Aug, 2014 | 19:00 to 00:00
One of the North East's finest songwriters, and certainly one of it's most lovely voices. Matt Stalker and his stripped down Fables will be playing songs from their really very beautiful second album Knots. Support will come from Fable Ditte Elly who possesses a mesmerizing voice of her own.
Expect intimate, intricate songs that are loaded with subtle surprises. It's music to make your heart throb.
7th Sep, 2014 | 19:00 to 00:00
The much beloved spontaneous music engine returns to The Waiting Room with the fabulous post-acapella trio The Juice Vocal Ensemble to sing songs from their collaboration 'Sliding The Same way'.
Expect hush and awe
14th Sep, 2014 | 19:00 to 00:00
Nick Pynn and Kate Daisy Grant bring excerpts from their multi-award-winning, 5* star rated music shows featuring Nick's instrumental avant-folk masterpieces, and Kate's emotive, quirky pop songs played on an array of toy, folk and homemade instruments, using live looping to create a two-person orchestra.
'Mesmerising' - Clash
18th Sep, 2014 | 19:00 to 00:00
American folk Super-duo visit Eaglescliffe as part of a much anticipated uk tour. Kristin is just about the perfect Waiting Room artist - she's a natural showperson who revels in an intimate atmosphere and she really enjoyed her previous visit to our back room.
Jefferson Hamer won a BBC2 folk award last year for his collaboration on the stunning Child Ballads with Anais Mitchell and he's a true star of the American folk scene.
Together, they promise to be truly magical.
21st Sep, 2014 | 19:00 to 00:00
One of The Waiting Room's oldest and dearest friends, the inimitable NYC troubadour returns with his handmade menagerie of musical automatons. He's just about the most entertaining man we've ever seen.
"When he performs, it is a spectacle - the originality and seeming impossibility of what he does is much of the appeal." The Guardian
"one of the five or ten best singer/songwriters in the world that you've never heard of...an exceptional talent, unique and resistant to comparison, yet fairly accessible even to casual listeners." Splendid Magazine