Reg Meuross

Reg Meuross

Friday 19 April 2024
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Ashburton Arts Centre


Book here now: £15 full price • £10 or £7 if you prefer – please pay what you can*

Reg Meuross was introduced onto the stage of the Royal Albert Hall by Mike Harding as “one of this country’s finest” and is a true modern troubadour, representing contemporary English folk writing at its best. Captivating audiences with his beautiful tenor voice, and with breadth and depth of material that is unparalleled, Reg has toured extensively for decades across Europe, North America and the Antipodes.

After 15 critically-acclaimed albums, Reg continues to prove how highly relevant his songs are, whilst reaching new audiences with consistently spellbinding performances.

 Reg is currently touring with song cycle Stolen From God, focusing on the transatlantic slave trade – uncovering its hidden history from a South West England perspective.

“When you have 2000 people singing along, you’re doing something right.” Great British Folk Festival
“There’s something special about the way he writes and delivers a song” Townes Van Zandt
“assured a place in the pantheon of great folk songwriters” The Living Tradition
“classic, with echoes of early Dylan, Tom Paxton and Leonard Cohen” The Guardian


We Looked Away
England Green & England Grey
For Sophie (This Beautiful Day)
Shine On 
Live at Shrewsbury Folk Festival 2019 

Facebook: RegMeurossMusic





This event is part of Tinners Moon Festival 2024. For more about this see

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* We usually have three ticket prices – please pay what you can. If you can pay the full price, that’s great. If choosing a cheaper ticket allows you to come to more things, then please do! Ticket receipts are split between the artists (it’s usually their livelihood!) and the arts centre (keeps the place going). Except on the rare occasions when we have a sellout gig on our hands, it’s always better to have someone here in the audience than an empty seat, so genuinely, please pay whatever you can.