Some days you just fancy live music in a chilled out intimate venue while relaxing with a tasty pint of session cask ale. The Malt Cross in Nottingham does this perfectly. After a quick conversation about how to launch their new house beer, Music Hall, the guys at the Malt Cross knew just what to do and put the wheels in motion. Out sprung plans for the first of the Brewster’s Sessions. It takes place at the Malt Cross with Cecille Grey on Thursday 27th October at 8pm.
It’s a bit of a play on words, the Brewster’s Sessions used to be the old Public House licensing sessions held at the Magistrates Court. The Malt Cross are adding a new session beer, Music Hall, brewed by us and we are having a bit of a music session to boot.
This is how the Cecille Gray are described
Imagine Regina Spektor meets Laura Veirs at a Rooibos tea party hosted by Françoise Hardy. Captivating performances, beautifully mournful and filled with melodic anti-oxidants. Cecille Grey are not jazz or French pop. You can come and catch their beautifully crafted and chilled out set from 8pm
See you on the 27th Cheers