One of the Island’s top performing artists, Rhain, will be taking to the stage in Ventnor this week.
The event will be held at the atmospheric St Catherine’s Church, on Saturday, March 18.
When she’s not performing with fellow Islanders Plastic Mermaids, Rhain has been wowing audiences with her solo sets, supporting the likes of Rufus Wainwright and Lucy Rose at some of Britain’s top venues.
Her music has also been compared to Bjork and Kate Bush, leading it to being picked up by The Independent, which wrote: “Her unmistakable vocals fit with haunting piano accompaniment.”
Rhain’s date at St Catherine’s Church follows a UK tour, which has seen her performing up and down the country, with dates supporting Matthew & the Atlas and Oliver Wilde.
Opening the night will be Lauran Hibberd, whose latest single, I Don’t Like It
When You Smile, was recently played on BBC Radio One.
Event organiser Luke Joynes said: “We’ve got two fantastic artists performing and things are only going to sound better in a church which has, in my opinion, the best acoustics on the Island. Rhain and Lauran are both going to be hugely successful, so make sure you catch them down here while you still can.”
Tickets for the gig can be bought at Ventnor Exchange or on their website. Tickets will also be available on the door.