In light of the current updates with regard to the Covid-19 situation, Stepling regretfully announce the cancellation of their upcoming tour. We apologise for any inconvenience and look forward to re-scheduling the concert at a future date. Holders of tickets will receive a refund.
STATEMENT FROM EYEMOUTH HIPPODROME:
|Covid-19 Closure Notice|
|The Hippodrome will be closed from today, March 20th. We’re postponing all events for the next three months and will be in touch with ticket holders to arrange refunds. We hope to reschedule as many events as possible and will post updated details to the website and social media.|
The dog of course is looking forward to longer walks, but we’re definitely going to miss the music and your company and look forward to seeing you when we re-open again.
Stepling is a unique band blurring the boundaries between music and dance with an original blend of tunes, step & clog dance, and song inspired by English traditions. Their debut album Leap was released in 2018.
Every so often, a CD pops up which stops you in your tracks. Something so novel and well conceived that all you can do is stop and listen. This is one of those CDs.”
Chris Metherell, English Dance and Song
Stepling’s richly varied performances combine traditional and new material – from high energy competition clog to carefully crafted arrangements, many with foot percussion. They have performed at many UK folk festivals including Sidmouth, Whitby, Shepley, Broadstairs and Priddy.
Stepling features fiddle and vocals from Deb Chalmers (Folk Dance Remixed, Laurel Swift’s ‘Travelling with Thomas’), guitar from Adrian Lever (Alma, James Patrick Gavin), percussion from Jo May (Against the Grain, Token Women) and percussive dance from champion clog dancer Toby Bennett.