Lucy Dacus’ songs feel like the diaries of a skilled guitar player and writer: intimate, clever and surprising. The minimalist hum of an organ accompanies verses that describe how Dacus will kill her friend’s bullying father if necessary, and soft guitar playing accompanies lyrics of a summer at Bible camp.
Dacus, from Virginia, released a highly acclaimed album last year, which brought together the spiritual struggles of her youth and themes of sexual awakening: her crush on someone who pretends to be Marlon Brando and a fellow camper who writes bad poetry. You can hear the indie tradition in the singer-songwriter’s songs, but her music also maintains an easy dialogue with the present – the two come together just as they do in a diary.
-Disabled access: Ramped access at main entrance. Box office fully accessible.
-Disabled toilet (please note that the toilet is not fitted with an alarm).
-Wheelchair seating/event: 4 (more seating may be available depending on the nature of the show). Accompanying assistant addmitted without extra charge.
-Grounded outlet available in the seating area.