In case you hadn’t noticed that nice, new, shiny place on Turl Street which serves local ales and pig-face pâté to attractive, fashionable 20-somethings with MacBooks, the Turl Street Kitchen is a wonderful new addition to Oxford city centre. And now they are unveiling a new night of musical delights! Oxford’s young singers and songwriters will take the stage at the Turl Street Kitchen on the 16th of May to launch a new concept night for the popular restaurant and bar.
Hosted by award winning singer songwriter, Kate Fuller, Turl Street Tales will celebrate the power of storytelling through song, exposing Oxford’s abundant young folk scene in an intimate speakeasy style setting. Featuring three acoustic sets each month from Oxford singers, songwriters and storytellers, Turl Street Tales kicks off this Wednesday the 16th of May with a collective blend of folk and acoustic music from Elliott James, tuneful tales from John Ruddock and jazz inspired originals from Kate Fuller.
Tales from The Turl will be launched at the Turl Street Kitchen on Wednesday the 16th of May at 10:30pm.