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WANTED: Fifty Fishguard Ladies (and a fleet of French Invaders)

WHO? Anyone with a voice and a sense of adventure WHAT? Join a scratch choir onstage with award-winning singer/composer and multi-instrumentalist Gwyneth Herbert for her song Fishguard Ladies that celebrates the 1797 victory against the French.  (LISTEN HERE.) WHERE? This song will form part of our upcoming concert in The Walled Garden, Cuffern Manor, Roch, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 6HB WHEN? Wednesday 19th August: workshop/rehearsal at 6pm, doors at 7pm […]

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OVER THE IRISH SEA!

Gwynnie is very excited to announce her “CELTIC SANDWICH” SUMMER TOUR 2015: a bountiful filling of unusual & intimate venues across Ireland, bookended by two delicious gigs on the Pembrokeshire coast. From an old grocer’s shop in Ballydehob, to a historic church on Valentia Island, to a reunion with Sea Cabinet collaborators The Rubber Wellies […]

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The Palace that Joan Built Film Launch!

Well folks, it’s finally here – our “Palace that Joan Built” film, and the very final instalment of mine and Mel‘s sprawling installation project that has celebrated the life, work and legacy of radical socialist director Joan Littlewood through art, music, workshops, film and donkeys. Come to the launch of the FILM bit at Stratford East Picturehouse on […]

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THE PALACE THAT JOAN BUILT

Over the last few months, artist Mel Brimfield and I have been immersing ourselves in the life and work of East End legend, radical director and socialist visionary JoanLittlewood. With the help of sparkly-minded kids from across the Newham borough, gifted young singer-songwriters at the Theatre Royal, and a diverse range of wonky-brained artists at […]

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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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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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