FFF presents: Mandy Woods (with Cathy Judge and Elliet Mackrell) – plus floor spots

January 30, 2020 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
£8 / £6 concessions
Nathan Williams

Down-to-earth words, 

rugged beauty in the voice’


An atmospheric concert in the main hall at Glastonbury Assembly Rooms, with Mandy’s headline set from 9.45 to 10.45 p.m., floor spots from 8.30 to 9.30 p.m. To play, contact this page or email nathanvibration@gmail.com

‘Down-to-earth words, rugged beauty in the voice’

(Photo courtesy of Carol Mac Photography)

A seasoned writer and performer on both sides of the Atlantic, Glastonbury-based singer-songwriter Mandy Woods has spent most of her adult life giving in to wanderlust and crafting songs wherever she has happened to find herself on her unconventional journey.

Mandy grew up near Oxford, but spent a decade in Austin, Texas, and has more recently written, performed, and pitched songs in Nashville, Tennessee.

Her recent performances at the Assembly Rooms’ seasonal community celebrations have been very well received, and she is already gaining a reputation as one of Glastonbury’s finest singers and songwriters.

She will be joined on stage by Somerset singer Cathy Judge on vocals, and Elliet Mackrell (of Kangaroo Moon etc) on violin.

FFF are pleased to be able to welcome Mandy to kick off the 2020 season of folk gigs in the main hall at the Rooms, where we plan to alternate local performers such as Mandy Woods with visiting touring acts.

Admission £8 on the door / £6 concessions and FFF club members.

Membership is £5 for 12 months and gives discounted tickets, a monthly newsletter, and a chance to vote at the AGM – join by signing up at any FFF event.

The next FFF gig is on February 27th: Ian A. Anderson celebrating 50 years since playing the opening slot at the first ever Glastonbury Festival!




Photos courtesy of Carol Mac Photography