Presented by Stroud X NORPA

about the studio sessions

NORPA and Kate Stroud have teamed up to curate a program of intimate live music events in The Studio at Lismore City Hall. Together we’re bringing more live music to Lismore! So gather your friends and join us for great a night out with music, a drink or two and a bite to eat.

about william crighton

Riverina-bred singer songwriter, William Crighton, combines traditional music with experimentation. His live show has been received to high acclaim across the world. From sell out shows to festival highlights at Blues Fest, WOMAD and Woodford Folk Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival & Boomtown.

Authenticity is the element that defines the darkly beautiful and wrenching debut record of William Crighton. For the deep-voiced songwriter and intense live performer, there were no short cuts taken to arrive at this self-titled album. Beneath each track are thousands of kilometres, and within are stories wrought of trees and roads and dust, soaked in the essence of our ancient continent. “I love traveling our Earth and will be forever thankful to her for letting me become such a part of her that I feel as long as I look after her I’m welcome wherever I choose to roam,” Crighton says.

William will be supported by local Lismore artist Zechariah.

tickets

$60pp + transaction fee (tables for 2–3 and 4–8 available, ticket price includes performance and supper)
Capacity is strictly limited.

NORPA bar and secret chef diner

Supper by Secret Chef Diner is included in your ticket.  The Diner is open from 6pm and will be serving an individually plated selection of tapas.

American Tapas

  • Smoked beef brisket
  • American sticky chicken
  • Grilled corn
  • Bean Salsa
  • Potato salad

Vegetarian Plate

  • Smoked sweet potato
  • Grilled Halloumi
  • Grilled corn
  • Bean Salsa
  • Potato salad

The licensed NORPA Bar will be open from 6pm, and also during and after the show. Drinks purchased from the bar are permitted inside the Studio.

be covidsafe

We currently have a COVID Safety plan in place. Please also note the additional new conditions of entry:

  • If you are feeling unwell, or have been in a virus hotspot, or in close contact with a confirmed case in the last two weeks, you should not attend an event at Lismore City Hall (we reserve the right to refuse entry).
  • Please note that we also reserve the right to refuse entry if contact details (for contact tracing purposes) are not provided.
  • If you feel unwell while at Lismore City Hall please let us know.
  • Please use the hand sanitiser provided before entering.
  • You will be allocated a seat to ensure you are kept at a safe distance from other guests. You must sit in the seat (or area) you have been allocated.
  • Please make sure you are seated when consuming food or drinks.
  • Make sure you keep up to date with Government guidelines at health.gov.au and follow the physical distancing and safe hygiene measures we have in place.

 

This gig is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.