Singer-songwriter Rob Halligan returns to St Nick's, Beverley to perform songs and tell stories from his life. It's quite a story - including a period without a home, and losing his father in the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers. Big themes in Rob's songs are forgiveness and the power of love to overcome bitterness and hate. Rob has also done work for Globalcare - a charity working with refugees in Lebanon on the Syrian border.
Rob's set will include new material from his new CD Always Heading Home, as well as tracks from earlier albums.
There will be an interval with a licensed bar, when you can have a chat to Rob and buy CDs and merchandise.
St Nick's church is underwriting this event as part of the "Come and See" programme of events being run across our Diocese, so admission is free.
You can read more about Rob and his music here