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Dom Coyote // what the press say

Dom Coyote in Songs for the End of the World
Dom Coyote in Songs for the End of the World

With a varied musical palette, highly talented musicians and a winking affection for the eschatological, this is an apocalyptic rocknroll cabaret which earns its self-styling as gig-theatre.’"
Exeunt Magazine on Songs For the End of the World

Dom Coyote and Milly Oldfield on vocals make for a dreamy duo with mellifluous voices; with the addition of Ted Barnes and Daisy Palmer, this band almost reach mars!... a perfect, otherworldly blend of theatre and concert.
A Younger Theatre on Songs For the End of the World

“…never less than interesting and intelligent. 
Broadway World on Songs For the End of the World

The Bloodmoneys in Songs for the End of the World
The Bloodmoneys in Songs for the End of the World

“....a folk concert in a box almost brought me to tears...if it comes down your way, don’t be scared: be brave and enter”
The Daily Telegraph on Folk in a Box

★★★★
“Heart stopping”
The Guardian on Caucasian Chalk Circle

★★★★
"Quietly stirring…”
The Guardian, on Vena Portae

“Dom Coyote knocks my socks off! With the voice of a fallen, urban angel he takes us to heaven and hell. With an extraordinarily talented team this is a visceral song cycle for a new generation"
Emma Rice on The Raun Tree

Songs for the End of the World is at the Everyman, Wed 1 Nov 2017

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