"Blacker's songs confirm him as a man for tricksy rhymes and a pleasingly mournful middle-aged scepticism (think Jacques Brel meets Tom Lehrer)." The Times
"Illuminating and enjoyable. There's a pleasing bite behind the melodies… Blacker, with guitar on his knee, is a natural raconteur." Independent
Making a welcome return after his sell-out debut earlier in the year, Terence Blacker - songwriter, columnist and award-winning author - brings his own blend of wit, affection and satire to songs about the way we live now.
With subjects ranging from the English way of love to the family history of the hilariously hopeless Ffaffington-Blighs, not to mention a startling insight into modern village life, Terence will be show-casing songs from his new CD 'Sometimes Your Face Don't Fit'.
Well-known as an author and columnist, Blacker has played at festivals across the country, has presented a Radio 4 documentary series on politically incorrect music and once sang on The World At One. His one-man show My Village and Other Aliens was part of the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe.