Friday, October 19, 2012 - 17:00

Surf-rocker October will be playing at the Eden Café in St Austell on Friday, October 26.

October is returning to the café after a successful show in August.

The singer songwriter has secured a firm fan base across the UK with her warm, powerful vocals and a talent for a variety of instruments, playing venues such as Princess Pavilion in Falmouth and the legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London.

October is also a regular on the festival scene, having played numerous performances at Glastonbury, Relentless Boardmasters and the Red Bull Break 5 Water Sports event.

She often plays as part of a three-piece collectively known as October. As part of the group, she has toured with the likes of Scouting for Girls, The Kooks and INXS.

October will be supported by a soon-to-be-announced special guest.

Ashley van Dyke, Eden Café Manager, said: “October wouldn’t be complete without a performance from the eponymous singer herself and she’s ready to raise the roof.”

To celebrate Halloween, visitors to the café are invited to dress up in their most crazy and creative costumes, where there will be prizes for the best efforts.

Tickets cost £5 or £4 for concessions and tickets bought at the café beforehand.

Doors open at 7pm, while music starts at around 8pm and goes on until late.

There will be an array of fresh, homemade food on offer until 10pm and the bar, which stocks a range of locally-sourced beverages, will be open all night.

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