Rory McLeod is an ex circus clown and fire eater; a one-man-soul-band and poet; rhythmic storyteller; multi-instrumentalist telling unpalatable truths about broken hearts and social injustice – in songs that are percussive, bold, lyrical, deeply personal, and have an unexpected edge to them.
Accompanied by spoons, harmonica, guitar, trombone and tap-dancing shoes. He has a natural troubadour’s talent for weaving magical, musical, storytelling spells accompanied by his own bizarre solo orchestra of distinctive instruments.
This is a rare opportunity to see Rory in Exeter.
Tickets £15 on the door or £12 (+ booking fee) in advance using this link:
Doors open at 7.30, performance 8 – 11pm
Bar and free car parking.