WORLD class acoustic guitarists and songwriters are coming to Cheshire's Lion Salt Works Museum as part of the Salt Work Sessions.

Ranked in the top 100 acoustic guitarists, Brook Williams, along with Rab Noakes, will be performing a lively acoustic rock session on Friday, September 17 in the award-winning setting of the atmospheric Lion Salt Works Museum in Northwich.

A spokesperson said: "Both musicians are fuelled by a shared passion for acoustic roots rock, hook-laden songwriter pop and folky Americana.

"With long personal back catalogues, these exceptional musicians have collaborated with many famous names, including Lindisfarne, Barbara Dickson, Gerry Rafferty, Chris Difford, Dave Kelly and Paul Jones as well as Celtic Connections.

"Rab and Brooks met in 2018 and their Scotland- USA Trans- Atlantic collaboration has resulted in writing songs together as well as performing.

"The Salt Works Sessions event is in association with Northwich Folk Club as part of their Folk Fortnight programme and support will be from LIMITED EDITION, the club’s own multi-part harmony group."

Councillor Louise Gittins, leader of Cheshire West and Chester Council said: "For anyone who wants to hear acoustic guitar playing at its best, this live performance will be an unmissable event.

"I am delighted that once again the atmospheric setting of the Lion Salt Works will be the backdrop for bringing people together to listen to such life-affirming music."

Parking is free and tickets cost £18.

They can be bought at

Tickets are non-refundable, unless the performance is cancelled.

To ensure visitors feel safe when attending, the advice is to:

• Carry out and have a negative lateral flow test 24 hours prior to attending the event.

• People should do a symptoms check prior to leaving home.

• People consider their own measures before attending, which could include face masks inside and some social distancing in busy areas.

• Visitors are also encouraged to download and log their Covid status on the NHS app.