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Coventry Cathedral Priory Street, Coventry, CV1 5AB
Sat 5 Mar 2022 @ 18.00
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Deliaphonic: Lonelady

Sat 5 Mar 2022 @ 18.00
Coventry Cathedral
Priory Street, Coventry, CV1 5AB
Duration: 6PM - 11.30PM
From £12

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: We're very sorry to have to announce that Loula Yorke will no longer be performing on Saturday 5 March as part of the Deliaphonic Festival. But we’re glad to have Vanishing Twin, a London-based psychedelic pop quintet, to complete the new lineup.


 "Really sad I can no longer be there this weekend due to illness. Super glad an ace replacement, Vanishing Twin, has been found for my slot on Saturday night!" Loula Yorke


Age guideline: 14+ years (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Our Saturday evening headliner LoneLady, a.k.a Julie Campbell, is a musician, songwriter, singer and producer from Manchester. As her name indicates, LoneLady writes, performs and records all the components of her music, building up her own sound worlds in a solitary creative process. 

She'll be joined by musicians Richard Norris and Vanishing Twin to complete the lineup. A DJ set from Jerry Dammers’ collection of ‘library music’ records and visual images, plus a new composition recorded by Jerry accompanying the paintings of Turner Prize nominated Coventry artist George Shaw. Enjoy a turbulent night of electronica and funk in the iconic Coventry Cathedral and be ready to scream.

Deliaphonic is also working with Coventry City of Culture’s international partner the British Council and Sheffield-based Sensoria Festival to host FAMLAB IV. The week-long residency brings together 10 international and UK musicians and composers to explore film composition, archive material and collaborative music projects. Deliaphonic will be unveiling work made from this project as part of the Saturday evening performances. The British Council also supports live streaming of Saturday’s programme for wider UK and international audiences to enjoy. 



Go CV+ discount available. Get up to 4 tickets at up to 50% off per cardholder. Limited tickets available. Add your Go CV number to your Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 account to access discounted tickets. Find out more about Go CV.


Programme (subject to change):

6pm Doors

6.30pm – 7.30pm The British Council and Sensoria present – FAMLAB

7.30pm – 8.00pm Vanishing Twin

8.10pm – 9.00pm Jerry Dammers DJ set

9.15pm – 9.45pm Richard Norris – Spatial Sound - Delia Archive

10.00pm - 10.10pm Jerry Dammers & George Shaw – Deliaphonic special presentation

10.30pm -11.30pm LoneLady



Julie Campbell, A.K.A LoneLady, is a musician, songwriter, singer and producer from Manchester. Inspired by British post-punk, Julie first started making recordings in the early-mid 2000s on a 4-track cassette recorder in her flat in Manchester while completing a Fine Art Degree. 

Her starkly urgent debut album Nerve Up was released on Warp in 2010 to critical acclaim. Showcasing Julie’s choppy, intricate and economical guitar playing and judiciously sparse arrangements. Julie’s second album Hinterland in 2015 reflects Julie’s expanding musical palette, now incorporating elements of electronic dance music and funk. 

Created on electronic sequencers, synths and drum machines, LoneLady’s third studio album Former Things is a tour-de-force of punch-and-crunch electro, r’n’b and pop, shot through with mournful eulogies to the lost golden age of childhood and youth.

Jerry Dammers DJ set, plus collaboration with artist George Shaw.

Founder of the Specials and 2Tone ‘s selection of Library Music records with projected visuals, including a piece of original music Jerry has composed and recorded for the Coventry City of Culture year exclusively, accompanying the paintings of Coventry artist George Shaw who was a Turner Prize nominee. George will be in attendance as a special guest. 

Please do not expect Jerry’s more usual ska and reggae DJ sets. On this occasion, he will deliver music mainly from his extensive collection of Library music - obscure “off the shelf ” music produced for TV and film backgrounds.

Vanishing Twin

There’s a mystery to Vanishing Twin – from their name to the multitude of sounds that inhabit their music. They don’t sound like many but they hint at plenty; even the briefest exposure starts a tick list of the weird and beautiful – from Sun Ra to Alice Coltrane, Martin Denny to Morricone, Can’s Holger Czukay to meditative Gamelan, or The Free Design, to library music of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s.

The band formed in 2015 from members of East London’s independent scene. The group united over a love of old records, unusual sounds and instruments, and wanting to create an artistic universe that linked sound and image. The result was a distinctive visual identity and music charged with synthaesthetic suggestion.

“This is a band that fearlessly floats in the hazy space between the real world and an imagined one, blurring the line between warmly nostalgic and eerily haunted.” Pitchfork

Richard Norris 

RIchard has a long history of creating electronic music, particularly as one-half of the Grid and Beyond The Wizards Sleeve. His current work is a series of warm, electronic deeplistening albums, on UK based label Group Mind Records.

Access information

Coventry Cathedral is in Coventry city centre – 1.1 kilometres from Coventry train station and about 100 metres from Pool Meadow bus station.

The main entrance to the Cathedral is on Priory Street opposite Coventry University or St Michael’s Avenue from the City Centre. The postcode is CV1 5FB.


There is limited disabled parking (next to the Chapel of Unity on St Michael’s Avenue). There are two Blue Badge parking bays on Bayley Lane.

Drop Off Point: There is a drop off point on Priory Street, just in front of the steps and ramp leading up to the entrance for the new Cathedral, where there is no kerb.

The nearest public car parks to the Cathedral are 300 metres away at Cox Street CV1 5GA (short stay), Salt Lane CV1 2GY or Lower Ford Street CV1 5PS (long stay).

The main road outside the Cathedral (Priory Street) has a wide pavement. On the other side of the Cathedral, near the church of Holy Trinity, in Cuckoo Lane and Bayley Lane, there are many cobbled pathways and limited dropped kerbs.

Accessing The Cathedral

When you arrive at the new Cathedral from Priory Street, access is via seven steps to a landing and then a further thirteen steps. There are hand rails on either side.

Alternatively, there is a ramp leading around Coventry Cathedral Ruins up to the covered area between the two buildings.

To enter Coventry Cathedral there are two glass doors, measuring 90cm wide with 103cm between them, with level access.

Inside the Cathedral

There is a model of the Cathedral available to touch. This will be located in the main body of the Cathedral.

Please note that some areas of the Coventry Cathedral can only be reached via steps and so are not accessible to those using wheelchairs. The performance doesn’t require you to use these spaces.


The Cathedral seating can be quite uncomfortable. You may want to bring a cushion along with you to make yourself more comfortable.

All of the seats are removable, so if you are accessing the space in a wheelchair, you are welcome to sit wherever you like.

Personal Assistant Tickets

For anyone not able to attend the event on their own we offer a complimentary essential companion/personal assistant ticket. To request a ticket please email [email protected].


There is an accessible toilet available at the Cathedral which can be found on the rear left hand side of the main space. There is a ramp to access this.

If you would benefit from being seated close to the toilet please let us know in advance and we will reserve space for you.

Changing Places Toilet

The nearest Changing Places Toilet is at Coventry Central Library, in the city centre, and approximately 1 kilometre away from the Cathedral.

Central Library, Smithford Way, City Centre, Coventry, CV1 1FY.

The toilet can be accessed by a lift to the first floor and by using a radar key, during opening hours:

Monday 9.30am - 6.30pm
Tuesday 9.30am - 6.30pm
Wednesday 9.30am - 6.30pm
Thursday 9.30am - 6.30pm
Friday 9.30am - 6.30pm
Saturday 9.30am - 4pm
Sunday 12.30pm - 3.30pm