Concert: Words and music, Guy and me…
Posted on May 11, 2017
Spring has sprung, a nation is convulsed, every flower-strewn path is bestrode by mediocre political hacks, their hearts black and full of empty promises… So what’s the medicine? Music and words my friends, words and music!
Come to the Tin Tabernacle
I will once again be performing music with the inestimable London wordsmith Guy Sangster-Adams, showcasing some great new compositions we’ve been collaborating on. Poems with a beat, songs with wit, call them what you will, but make sure you catch us performing them in front of a battleship inside a tin church. That’s our entertainment special pledge to you all…
Vote art! Book now!
(You can grab a ticket here)
“Guy Sangster-Adams combines a poet’s eye with an art rocker’s ear to offer brilliantly observed and subtly woven, lyrical and pop cultural romantic tales.”
– Murray Lachlan Young, poet, broadcaster, BBC6 Music poet-in-residence
Photo: Guy Sangster Adams and Alexander Mayor, shot by Paul Kelly