We’re hugely looking forward to Friday night, when we’ll be supporting the magnificent Caramel Jack at the Prince Albert in Brighton. Also playing is Laura Ward & the Risen Road. Doors are at 8, and we’re on first at 8.30.
Finally, anyone listening to Radio Lewes on Wednesday afternoon may have heard Matthew interviewed by Vicky Smith, who gave over a generous chunk of her show to the interview and a few of our tracks – thanks Vicky!
Both are free acoustic gigs where I won’t have room to swing a drum stick, so I’ll probably be revealing my inadequacy on the cajon. We may also have to ration Charlie to just, say, 10 of his favourite instruments, and Matthew to 90 of his favourite decibels.
**UPDATE – We’re really sorry but we’ve had to pull out of tonight through illness. Please do still go along anyway – it’ll still be lovely**
Everyone survived Christmas, we hope? We’re suffering a nasty drum infection, but we’re aiming for normal service in time for Sunday when we’ll be playing at the first Brighton Folk of the year.
For those who don’t know it, it’s a regular folk and acoustic night hosted by singer/songwriter Amy Hill, usually on the third Sunday of the month at the Brunswick in Hove. This month it’s a week early, on Sunday 13th Jan.
It’s less than a week until our Christmas gig at Lewes’ lovely Buttercup Cafe, and we’re thrilled to announce that Chris T-T will be our special guest. Although he’s lived in the area for a decade, this will be Chris’ first ever Lewes performance. It should be a special evening.
For those who don’t know the Buttercup – host to our August launch for Eucatastrophe – it’s an intimate, friendly venue with lovely acoustics and great food. Claire will be serving her delicious mezze plates ‘with a Christmas twist’, so make sure you turn up hungry!
Incidentally, if you’re looking for other gigs in the run-up to Christmas, head along to what might be Chris T-T’s last performance of Disobedience. It’s an all-ages show in which Chris sets the words of A.A. Milne to his own music. It’s the afternoon of the following Saturday (22nd) in Brighton, and it’ll be quite, quite lovely.
Sorry but this is now sold out. Numbers are strictly limited and there are no tickets on the door, so please don’t turn up without one. Our next gig is at Brighton Folk on January 13th – see the listings over to the right ->