Film screening & concert with Sarah Jane Scouten
+ seasonal foraged treats

Thursday 16 May
7-9:30pm, CAMPLE LINE

Booking required, tickets available on a sliding scale
£12 / £7 / £3
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I woman bends to pick nettles at the edge of a green field on a bright summer's day

Join us for an evening of music and film with Canadian folk and Americana musician, Sarah Jane Scouten, accompanied by tasty seasonal baking made with locally foraged plants and herbs. 

The evening will include a screening of ‘Wanderlust’ – a short documentary produced in 2023 in Moniaive, about Sarah Jane’s life as a musician and herbalist. Sarah Jane will also share a selection of songs from her recent album Turned To Gold, interwoven with stories about becoming a medical herbalist and the parallel revival of her music and songwriting practice.

Refreshments: Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when you book.

Suitable for all ages. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. 

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Sarah Jane Scouten is a Canadian folk and Americana songwriter. Her songs pay their respects to 60s and 70s country songwriters Willie Nelson, John Prine, Bobby Gentry and weave in British folk revival elements with a continuous thread leading back to her roots in bluegrass and old time music. After a transformative four years, training as a herbalist in the hills of southwest Scotland, Sarah Jane released her fifth album, Turned to Gold (Light Organ Records), last year.

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Photo credit: Kirsten McEwan