Me Lost Me + Ceitidh Mac + Heather Ferrier
8th April 2023 - 7:30 pm

Bobiks offer 10% off food prior to the show! 


Jayne Dent (Voice and Electronics)
Faye MacCalman (Clarinet and Electronics)
John Pope (Double Bass)

Me Lost Me is the project of Newcastle based electronic folk innovator Jayne Dent, recent
recipient of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Composers and former Artist in Residence at
internationally renowned concert venue The Sage Gateshead. Described by BBC Radio 6’s Tom
Robinson as a “brilliant peculiar noise”, Me Lost Me delights in experimenting with genre and
songwriting, taking influence from folk, electronica, art pop, ambient and noise music to create a
beguiling mix of soaring vocals, synth, field recordings and hypnotic rhythms. Her live shows are
atmospheric and playful, with a repertoire that explores storytelling and textural world-building
through original songs, improvisation and reworkings of traditional ballads.
Following the release of her debut album ‘Arcana’ in 2018 she has been touring the UK
extensively, and her second album ‘The Good Noise’ released in November 2020 demonstrates a
maturing of her sound and a deepening of her exploration of site and experiments with genre. In
2021 her track ‘Nightingale’ was included on The Guardian’s Folk Album of the Month, a ‘Future
Folk’ compilation by The Slow Music Movement, with Me Lost Me’s track “stripping folk back to
its bones while letting its future echoes bleed out”. Her latest EP ‘The Circle Dance’ features
instrumentation from Newcastle jazz stalwarts John Pope (double bass) and Faye MacCalman
(clarinet), and has been described as “”her most textural and sonically adventurous music to


Ceitich Mac (Voice / Cello / Guitar)
Will Hammond (Vibraphone and Electronics)

Ceitidh Mac blends the warming tones of the cello and soaring vocals to create a transformative
sound that puts a progressive twist on the alt.folk genre.


Heather Ferrier (Accordian)

Heather Ferrier is an accordionist and clog dancer based in the North East of England. Originally
from Stockport, Heather’s love for traditional music came from the Fosbrook Folk Education Trust.
Starting at the age of 7, she learnt accordion, piano and clog dance, and proceeded in performing
in festivals in the UK and Europe with them. At 18 Heather switched the North West for the North
East, to study the Folk degree at Newcastle University. There she spent her years finding her style
as a composer and arranger, ending her studies double majoring in performance.

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125 Jesmond Road,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
0191 239 9566

Age Restrictions: 16+
Accessibility: Bobiks is an upstairs performance space preceded by 25 stairs and therefore
unaccessible for wheelchair users.
Travel: Jesmond Metro located half a mile from Bobiks at The Punch Bowl (approximately 10
minutes walking time)
Cradlewell Bus Stops are less than 1000 ft from the venue which is visible from the stops
Bus numbers: 38 / 51 / 52 / 62 / 63 / 38 / 308 / 309
There is limited street parking available near the venue.

Please do contact the venue for full details regarding younger ages and for any further queries
regarding accessibility and parking.
We encourage ecologically sustainable travel wherever possible by foot, bike and public


Bobiks 125 Jesmond Rd
Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1JY