A pub in Falmouth is starting a new live music night ‘Autumn Music Sessions’ from this evening (Thursday).

Described as “easy listening live music, Covid style”, the socially-distanced music night at Jacobs Ladder will showcase some of Falmouth’s finest musicians.

Thought by the pub to be the first music sessions to run in Falmouth since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the event will feature one local musician every Thursday.

In respect of the Covid-19 regulations not allowing music louder than at talking level, the sessions will be very laid back and low-key and feature acoustic music.

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The event will be seated only. Food will be available between 5pm and 9pm. In anticipation of the event’s popularity, advanced booking is recommended.

First up will be Zoë Cansdale, who will begin performing at 8pm.

Zoë is a Falmouth-based singer-songwriter from London, who performs acoustic/indie/pop music. She lists her influences as stemming from Fleetwood Mac, Laura Marling, Dusty Springfield and Tame Impala.

Other acts in the pipeline for the coming weeks include Jack Addy, who has performed at festivals such as Boomtown and Bestival with his band The Roustabouts Collective, and Sienna Holihan, who performs a bittersweet variety of acoustic originals.

Autumn Music Sessions will take place every Thursday from 8pm at Jacobs Ladder Inn, 1-2 Chapel Terrace, Falmouth. Phone 01326 311 010 to book.