A St Albans Folk Music concert starring Fiona Ross and Christine Kydd is coming to St Saviour's Church.

The concert will take place on Sunday, May 5 at 7.30pm.

The event will feature support from New Roots 2023 finalist, Conor Reynolds.

Both Fiona Ross and Christine Kydd are known for their exceptional vocals and deep-rooted connection to Scottish folk music.

Fiona, based in Melbourne, has been praised for her dedicated to preserving Scots music traditions.

While Christine, recognised widely in Scotland's folk scene, has a background of collaborating with other artists across several music projects.

The concert is one of the duo's only two performances in the south of England, a part of their shared tour through Scotland and Northern England.

Tickets cost £15 for adults and £10 for students and young people.

They can be purchased online, via phone or directly at the door.

More information is available on St Albans Folk Music’s website.