Scottish protest singer and BBC Lifetime Achievement award-winner Dick Gaughan brings his rousing stage presence to Twickenham tonight.

Immersed in Scottish and Irish musical traditions, the 66-year-old mad his first solo album, No More Forever, in 1971 and has gone from strength to strength with his solidarity with the victims of capitalism.

Gaughan will be joined on the stage by celebrated Californian musician and storyteller Jim Page, whose songs have been covered by the Doobie Brothers, Christy Moore and the Moving Hearts.

  • Dick Gaughan and Jim Page; the Cabbage Patch pub, 67 London Road, Twickenham TW1 3SZ; November 9, doors open 7.45pm, show starts 8pm; £11 online, £12 on the door;