The 606 Club, London

London - 606 Club September 07th, 2014 20:30

Make a Sunday night date with Gwyneth at the spectacular 606 Jazz Club. She’s been hanging out with painters, pirates and playwrights of late so expect the unexpected! “One of the country’s most exciting talents” Sunday Times “..remarkably gifted performer” Guardian “..majestic-voiced”Jazz UK “Her lyrics are consistently engaging… singing with a rare balance of passion and control…Herbert (is) poised as one […]

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Social Sounds At Spiegeltent Canary Wharf

London - Spiegeltent at Canary Wharf September 12th, 2014 19:30

A female powerhouse evening of unmistakable talent and delectable voices! This is an exclusive London performance by the formidable Krystle Warren who has taken time off from extensive tours with Rufus Wainwright. Fiona Bevan, who co-wrote One Direction’s smash ‘Little Things’ with Ed Sheeran, will be performing from her new album!  Gwyneth Herbert is a […]

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Joan

CALLING ALL ARTISTS / MUSICIANS / THEATRISTS / WONKY CREATIVE STRADDLERS OF ALL SHAPES AND GUISES…

Come run amok with me and crazy-brilliant artist Mel Brimfield at the National Theatre Studio and help us to build a FUN PALACE! This year is the centenary of mischievous radical and inspirational director Joan Littlewood, and we’re BLOODY excited to report that the Live Art Development Agency have commissioned us as part of their DIY scheme to explore her unrealised plans, creative […]

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TheAZOfMrsPcover

The A to Z of Mrs P, A New British Musical!

“Best Foot Forward…” The A – Z of Mrs P, a brand new musical written by Gwyneth Herbert and author-playwright Diane Samuels (based on Phyllis Pearsall’s autobiographies), opens at Southwark Playhouse from 21st February 2014.  For anyone who has ever searched to find their way, here is a re-telling of the myth and even more […]

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giriami tribe

First Night in Kenya

A very special first night in Mombasa.  I sang an impromptu set with the Sunshine Boys, and then some members of the Giriama tribe – the largest coastal tribe in Kenya – demonstrated a harvest ritual dance.  It inevitably felt a little grin-and-grass-skirts for-the-tourists, but the energy was still electric and the drumming made my […]

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