Skinner & T'witch's 2022 UK Tour kicks off with a fantastic night at Nettleham Live, Lincoln! Click here for tour details...
Skinner & T'witch's 2022 UK Tour kicks off with a fantastic night at Nettleham Live, Lincoln!
Skinner & T'witch are tremendously excited to be getting back out there and on the road in 2022, Covid-willing!
Check out our list of dates. It would be fabulous to see you at an event near you. ❤️????
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Skinner & T’witch have been on the road since 2014; released five albums; and have performed widely around the UK. They recently toured both in Australia and the US.
Drawing on music-hall and vaudeville traditions, Skinner & T’witch’s show combines comedy and satire with folk, flamenco and theatre-style songs.
'Some things just work. Skinner and T’witch are one of those things. There is a beautiful complicity between the two, a warmth of humour and spirit, and a naughty sparkle in both pairs of eyes. Their performance was witty, full of relevant commentary on the world we find ourselves in, whilst harking back to a rich musical and comedic tradition. They would fit an Edwardian music hall as aptly as they filled the festival stage. The audience sang along, laughed along, and became a cohesive community during the night. An absolute must see.' Lakefest Official
‘Skinner & T’witch have been described as “a pair of comic geniuses” and I would not disagree - they are unique: there is nobody to compare them with’. The Living Tradition
'If you get the chance to see them anywhere, please do yourself a favour, grab it with both hands'. Leith Folk Club
'If you get the chance to see them - take it. A wonderful, eclectic set royally entertained the audience. Our advice is book them if you can, and don't miss them if they are playing anywhere near you.' Ulverston Live Music
'A real entertainment. Folk, blues, theatre songs and flamenco are all possible, and some especially lovely vocals from Twitch are definite!' Nettleham Live
‘Skinner & T'witch gave a great performance, with songs of imagination, comedy and sheer beauty.’ Colindale Folk Club, London