Despite arriving nearly 90 minutes late, things weren’t running to time and the band didn’t step on stage until we’d sat down clutching bottles of Wild Hare. What followed was two sets comprising most of their two albums, interspersed with Oysterband on their own, and a June Tabor solo. The obligatory covers of All Tomorrows Parties and Love Will Tear Us Apart livened things up. The encores were White Rabbit, and the Oysterbands Put Out The Lights.
Being a folk gig, it finished nice and early which is always a bonus.