A BBC Folk Award-winning songwriter will be performing at the Queen's Hall next month.

Sam Carter will be playing with his string quartet for the show on Saturday October 16 as part of his "Home Waters" Autumn UK Tour.

His fourth album "Home Waters" was recorded pre-pandemic in a converted church in rural Northumberland, and this tour will give the album's songs their first live outing since its release in May 2020.

Over the past fifteen years, Sam has toured the world, won a BBC Folk Award and made appearances on national TV, including a performance on Later… with Jools Holland.

He has also recorded and performed with acclaimed folk artists Richard Thompson, Eliza Carthy, Martin Simpson and Nancy Kerr.

Tickets are £15 and are available to purchase from the Queen's Hall Arts Centre box office.