I will be performing as part of ‘The Harvest Stomp‘ at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday 25th September at 12.55pm. Joining me will be Basia Bartz on violin and Caitlin Roberts on accordion.
There will be arts, craft, dancing, theatre and other merriment.
Timber Lodge, Honour Lea Avenue, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, E20 1DY. More info can be found here – https://www.groundwork.org.uk/Sites/london/pages/harveststomp
Really looking forward to performing as part of this excellent day of music and mischief at The Green Backyard in Peterborough next month. It is organised by the team behind the Smugglers Festival in Kent so you can be assured that it will be a great day.
I will be joined by Basia Bartz on violin which will be a treat – it is our first gig together in over a year. Please join us.
Tickets and more info here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/smugglers-trail-peterborough-tickets-24998873303#
I am back at Walthamstow Garden Party this year on the Diggers and Dreamers stage, Sunday 17th July at 3.30pm. Do come along and say hello… and its free too 🙂
For more info, tickets and directions have a peek at http://walthamstowgardenparty.com/
I had the most wonderful day yesterday making a music video down by the river for a new track about climate change called ‘Leave It In The Ground’.
Once again I was working with the amazing puppeteer Ronnie Le Drew, along with the dream team of Alex Swinfen and David Kaplowitz who helped me make my last video for David Cameron.
We have a few more days of filming to go and I look forward to sharing it with you soon.
I will be singing a few songs at the Plane Stupid #heathrow13 fundraiser this Friday at The Brewhouse in London Fields, Hackney.
There is a facebook event page here – https://www.facebook.com/events/1171471162905490/ and you can find our more about this amazing group of people doing incredible work here – http://www.planestupid.com/
In a few weeks time I am performing as part of Metal’s Harvest festival in Cathedral Square, Peterborough backed by Peterborough Take Note choir. The set is going to be John Ball, Three Acres and A Cow followed by Woodman, Spare That Tree.
I’m really looking forward to sharing the arrangements, they sound amazing with forty people singing together. We will be performing on the Sunday lunchtime during the community feast somewhere around the 2pm mark.