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« Reply #80 on: January 11, 2012, 04:02:58 PM »


not tempted to come along yourself Jules, down to London and make a weekend of it..... It will be Piers' first gig I think, he comes and plays/sings at our singarounds but , this will be the first time I think he has performed from a stage, as it were.  Smiley


I'd love to, but I think I'm celebrating someone's birthday in Brum that weekend.  Not 100% sure though.  I may yet be able to make it.  He's a good lad is Piers!

I've been to the club before.  I saw Swarb at the Goose - he was fantastic!

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« Reply #81 on: January 12, 2012, 01:37:11 PM »

Swarb is back in Feb on the 24th. Smiley
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« Reply #82 on: January 12, 2012, 01:49:45 PM »


Swarb is back in Feb on the 24th. Smiley


It's all going on!

I'm pretty sure I'm busy that weekend as well though.   Sad

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« Reply #83 on: January 15, 2012, 05:07:46 PM »

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« Reply #84 on: January 24, 2012, 11:48:44 AM »

the fundraiser was such a great day...... hope you'll come and see Ewan this saturday



Ewan McLennan + Rose Lippard & Tim Graham + Piers Haslam. @ The Goose Is Out! Saturday 28th January. The Ivy House, Stuart Road. SE15 3BE. Doors 7pm.
Tickets £8/£7 concs. Available in advance, link below.
http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout




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« Reply #85 on: February 03, 2012, 09:20:54 AM »

Lots of great stuff coming up including Rory McLeod, Martin Simpson, Frankie Armstrong, for whats on this month see below. Advance tickets for gigs at DHFC are available from www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout . Gigs at the Mag are pay on the door.

Donal Maguire, Upstairs at The Mag @ The Goose Is Out!
Friday 10th February, Doors 7.45pm, £6
The Mag 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8HA.


Like so many other young Irish kids, Dónal was affected by the charismatic Clancy brothers and their triumphal return to Ireland from the USA, in the early 60s. Whilst admiring Luke Kelly's strident style, Dónal soon became enamoured of the high style exemplified by Joe Heaney, Paddy Tunney and Elizabeth Cronin.

While Dónal has been primarily associated with unaccompanied singing, he has significant other 'strings to his bow'. Dónal is a fine interpreter of contemporary material, as well as an excellent singer of traditional material, and can accompany himself on a range of stringed instruments. He is universally recognised as one of the finest players of Irish dance music on mandolin and tenor banjo.

"If you haven't heard this man yet then why the hell not?"
Dick Gaughan

"Dónal has what we might call 'Roots', but he has a voice too, and what a voice! It is a wonderfully rich and natural voice that brings a song to life” Hale End Folk Club
http://youtu.be/2OyRTbIOsNo


Dave Swarbrick with Jake Wilson & Kate Riaz + Brona McVitie + Dan Sumner
Friday 24th Feb,7pm.@ DHFC , Edgar Kail Way, London SE22 8BD.


Swarb was the very first artist to appear at the Goose Is Out!, over two years ago now, and our opening night was extraordinary!  This will now be his third time at the Goose.
The finest  fiddler and mandolinist, ex Fairport Convention, and loved the world over for his work both solo and as part of a duo with Martin Carthy.  
Swarb on youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYn2AptNnHo&feature=related


Brona McVitie

County Down singer and harper, Brona was brought up in Rostrevor, where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea. She is the founder of
Rún
a London-based group which evolved out of Brona's interest in old Celtic songs and the folklore of her homeland. With a Diploma in Musical Techniques and Composition from London’s Birkbeck, Brona creates close harmony arrangements of what would traditionally be performed ‘Sean nós’ (the old way).
Brona is also singer and harper for The London Lasses and Pete Quinn, and more recently Legend.
She has twice appeared at the Goose in a previous incarnation with Tanya Jackson as The Woodlarks and tonight we are delighted to have her perform a rare solo gig for the Goose!

http://www.runceol.com/


Dan Sumner

Not many musicians include an Oatcake recipe with their CDs, but Kent singer/songwriter Dan Sumner appears to come from a different age. He grew up listening to his Dad’s record collection, falling in love with John Martyn and Richard Thompson records.
He picked up the guitar at the age of 11, and went on to hone a unique style, fusing his folk roots with elements of blues, rock and jazz into crafted arrangements. After a couple of years cutting his teeth on the London Folk scene, he moved to the south of Spain in search of brighter skies, but moved back a couple of years later with a new found lust for music.
Dan's new EP 'The way we did' is on sale now from iTunes and Amazon MP3. CDs sold at gigs and the Union Store, Lewes.
http://soundcloud.com/dansumner





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« Reply #86 on: February 23, 2012, 09:07:33 AM »

Hope you come and see Swarb tomorrow night.  Smiley

I'm going to take the opportunity to tell you that we have Rory McLeod coming to east dulwich on Friday 30th March.


Rory McLeod + Sarah Gillespie + Shadrack Tye @ The Goose Is Out! DHFC. Edgar Kail Way SE22 8BD. Friday 30th March 7pm.
Tickets £12/£8 on the door. Also available in advance from:

http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout


Rory Mcleod
- ex-circus clown and fire eater. A one man soulband, poet and storyteller, singing his own unique upbeat dance stories. A modern travelling troubadour using tap shoes, acappella, harmonica, guitar, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe and various percussion instruments!
Rory has travelled the globe for different reasons at different times, from Asia to the middle East from Gambia to Cuba, Central America, Australia, North America, Canada, Europe and other nooks and crannies of the earth.
“ Rory McLeod is a wonderful singer songwriter, storyteller, live performer and communicator, who takes you through the whole range of his extraordinary experiences and influences in unpredictable performances of explosive emotion and
intense energy” Colin Irwin fRoots

http://youtu.be/_wxUB64KoX4


Sarah Gillespie  - Sarah Gillespie was born in London to an American mother and British father. She grew up in Norfolk, England – interspersed with numerous trips to Minnesota, where she soaked in the sounds of Bessie Smith, Bob Dylan, Cole Porter and early blues and jazz. From the age of 4, Sarah composed songs on piano, and then at 15 began playing guitar. At 18, she moved to the USA, busking in the streets and playing gigs.
On returning to London whilst supporting The Blockheads at Ronnie Scotts on e night ,Sarah met the saxophonist and composer Gilad Atzmon and Gilad went on to produce Sarah’s critically acclaimed debut album Stalking Juliet (Egea). Sarah has since performed live on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, played festivals, jazz clubs, venues and Arts Centers across Britain and toured in Europe.
Described by Rock’n'Reel as ‘a bracingly eclectic mix of Beat poetry with jazz, folk and Middle Eastern elements’ Sarah’s music is a sonic reflection of the contemporary London street, a melting-pot mix of urban-folk stamped with her  trademark lyricism that knits everyday banter with raw poetry.

http://youtu.be/ByKHeEoPLOY

Shadrack Tye
- South London based, they are all members of the same family, each with many years professional experience. Since the Summer of 2010 they have been playing at venues in London and the south west, in both duo and trio line-up, to great acclaim from audiences and promoters alike.
The line-up consists of Tina Longford (vocals, violin, recorder and percussion), Sam Robson (guitar and vocals) and Paul Robson (violin, mandolin, English concertina and vocals)
Their combined talents produce a vibrant approach encompassing the bands’ eclectic musical tastes. They blend skill and finesse with punchy rhythmic riffs and innovative harmonies resulting in a fresh and sometimes quirky approach to their chosen material - mostly folk songs and traditional material but also early music, modern songs of different genre and anything else they fancy putting their personal stamp on!

http://youtu.be/7d-g1pINh00


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« Reply #87 on: February 28, 2012, 12:06:19 PM »



The Copper Family, Upstairs at The Mag @ The Goose Is Out!
Friday 9th March, Doors 7.45pm, £6
The Mag 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8HA.



The Copper Family of Rottingdean have been singing their songs for generations, lovingly preserving them for the future. We are absolutely delighted to be welcoming them to the Goose, particularly as their public appearances outside Sussex are quite rare.

Brothers James and Thomas Copper came to prominence in the 1890s and had a great   influence on the lives of the farmworking families of Rottingdean. They encouraged and nurtured the singing of a great many old songs.

Subsequent generations of the family have continued to keep these songs alive. The present day Copper family ensemble is led by John Copper, James Coppers’ great – grandson.

New floorspots are always welcome at the Mag, get there early and put your name on the list.


http://www.thecopperfamily.com/

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/business/2008/downturn/south_east/7974080.stm

http://youtu.be/ZT_vcDq6zUM

http://www.thegooseisout.com





We also have Rory McLeod on the 30th MARCH, see previous post. please get your tickets now... this may be a busy one. Smiley

See link below


http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout




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« Reply #88 on: March 09, 2012, 10:35:58 AM »

The Copper Family tonight, Singaround on sunday, details below.


Upstairs at The Mag,211 Lordship Lane SE22 8HA, East Dulwich, London. Sunday 11th March 7.30 FREE!

Thanks to those of you that came to our singaround in February, a lovely night! It’s Singaround time again on Sunday 11th March at 7.30pm!

Starts at 7.30pm, finishes whenever, bar closes at 10.30pm (sorry, it's a Sunday) with drinking-up time after that. We will have a short break in the middle.

If you'd like to give us a song, please put your name down on the list when you arrive so that we don't miss anybody out.

If you haven't been before, it's all very informal, no stage, no PA, no "audience", you can sing from your seat if you want. And you can sing anything you like. Any country or culture. If it's something people can join in with, or has a chorus, great, but it doesn't have to be

You don't have to sing, do feel free to just come and listen, though we hope you'll at least have a go at joining in the choruses!smileys with beer

The Mag is on the corner or Pellatt Road and Lordship Lane SE22.
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« Reply #89 on: March 29, 2012, 07:59:32 PM »




Tickets still available for Rory McLeod. Smiley

http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout

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« Reply #90 on: April 03, 2012, 05:32:25 PM »

See what we having coming up in April  Smiley


Kate Denny @ The Goose Is Out! Upstairs at The Mag, Friday 13th April, 211 Lordship Lane SE22 8HA . Doors 7.45pm £6.

Kate’s voice has been described as both ‘striking’ (fRoots) and ‘lullaby-like’ (Mojo) bringing depth and range of expression to her songs and tunes that are haunting, poignant and whimsical.

The former composer, singer and fiddle player of The Kittiwakes now launches her new solo album ‘Closer to Home’ focusing her writing on matters closer to heart and home. Expect songs of tragedy and injustice, love and hope – and the odd talking bird thrown in for good measure! After three years of gigging with The Kittiwakes, Kate is no stranger to performing live, captivating audiences with the stories she weaves and gorgeous fiddle based tunes.

Praise for ‘Lofoten Calling’, Kate’s album with The Kittiwakes:

‘…compulsory listening’, Mojo
‘Impressive and uniquely compelling’, fRoots Magazine
‘Lofoten Calling is an inventive and thoroughly magical album’, R2

http://katedenny.com/

http://youtu.be/MybnNpsAnSc


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Brass Monkey + Reg Meuross + Kit & Cutter @ The Goose Is Out! DHFC. Edgar Kail Way SE22 8BD. Friday 27th April 7pm.
Tickets £12/£8 on the door. Also available in advance from:

http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout


Brass Monkey
Martin Carthy, John Kirkpatrick, Martin Brinsford, Roger Williams &  Paul Archibald
“Carthy and Kirkpatrick naturally lock into one another's playing with an ease and precision that can only come of playing together for over thirty years. Sharing the vocals, and sometimes singing together in unison, they bring the fruits of years of experience to this band with an explosive freshness that is clearly driven by the excitement they all feel by playing together. It is a rare treat to see masters of their art combine with such open hearted enthusiasm to reach such tremendous heights. Feel the power!" Routes Music
The 2009 tour for Brass Monkey saw the exciting new introduction of trumpet player Paul Archibald whose classical training and love of folk music added another dimension to the much loved sound of the band which carries through to 2012. Roger Williams, who has already proved his insanity by tripping effortlessly through the fastest of tunes on the bass trombone, also brings along the euphonium to add a softer melodic touch to the gentler pieces. Martin Brinsford can add sweetness or punch on his mouth-organ as required, and amongst his numerous accomplishments on the various instruments of percussion, he can create more drive with the knuckle of one finger than most drummers can muster on a whole kit.
More Information about Brass Monkey here:
http://brass-monkey.squarespace.com/
Support tonight will be Reg Meuross and Katie & Helen (Kit & Cutter)

More info here:

http://www.thegooseisout.com/events.html#brassm


http://youtu.be/WyUr6mIlWd0



Don't forget our monthly Singaround , the next is on easter sunday (8th April) details below:

http://www.thegooseisout.com/aboutus.html#evec



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« Reply #91 on: April 23, 2012, 05:49:28 PM »

a great clip of Reg Meuross. Smiley


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« Reply #92 on: April 30, 2012, 02:16:09 PM »

The Raven  @ The Goose Is Out! Upstairs at The Mag, Friday 11th May, 211 Lordship Lane SE22 8HA. Doors 7.45pm £6.

Floorspots always welcome.  Smiley

The Raven originally appeared at the Goose supporting Spiers and Boden, and we liked them so much (and you did too!) we asked them back to headline at the Mag.

The Raven are Stephen Moncrieff on guitar /vocals, and Carolyn Forbes on vocals/flute/guitar. They perform their own arrangements of traditional folk songs from Britain and Australia as well as covers of some of their favourite folk-style songs, and a few self-penned pieces.
Separately both Steve, from Liverpool, and Caz, from Australia, have been playing and performing for many years. Steve originally played saxophone, performing in bands and as a session musician in Liverpool. Since moving to London he moved to playing guitar, having been influenced by artists such as John Martyn and Nick Drake.

Caz comes from a family of musicians, and has been singing since she was very young. She was introduced to folk music in her teens and has enjoyed performing solo and in groups ever since. Ste and Caz met a number of years ago at a gig they were both involvedin, but it was not until 2008 that they started working and performing together in London.

Since this time they have played in a number of London venues, including folk clubs and acoustic music nights.

http://theraven.me/

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« Reply #93 on: May 16, 2012, 01:17:45 PM »

Martin Simpson + James Riley + Roger The Chorister @ The Goose Is Out! DHFC. Edgar Kail Way SE22 8BD. Friday 25th May 7pm.
Tickets £12/£8 on the door (subject to availability). Also available in advance from:http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout

Please book tickets in advance to avoid dissapointment.


Martin Simpson
We are delighted to be welcoming Martin Simpson back to the Goose for the third time.
Described by the Sunday Times as "one of the UK's finest folk musicians", and arguably the best acoustic guitarist in the UK. BBC Radio 2 Folk and Acoustic Reviews said "Although it's his guitar virtuosity that's frequently lauded, it's as an interpreter of song that Martin Simpson really scores."
Martin has been nominated an astounding 23 times in the eleven years of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards - more than any other performer - with 9 consecutive years as nominee for Musician of The Year, which he has won twice. 2008 saw an incredible 5 nominations for "Prodigal Son' and 2 wins, whilst in 2010 he had an unprecedented 6 nominations for his CD, "True Stories" and a win for Best Traditional Track, "Sir Patrick Spens".
www.martinsimpson.com/
http://www.thegooseisout.com/events.html#martincs

James Riley
A "fiendishly proficient" guitarist, singer, and a roadrunner to match, James chronicles the story of his experiences through clamorous, jubilant bluegrass 'n' soul and exquisitely spun yarns, sewn through ethereal, almost hymn-like ballads of love and life.
James has been pedalling his unique class of pulsing, brazenly catchy acoustica throughout London and the South East, steadily gathering a word-of-mouth buzz in his wake. He also played on the same bill as Buddy Guy in Chicago and has played in venues far and wide, from Amsterdam to Istanbul
http://www.myspace.com/jamesrileysongs/music

Roger the Chorister
Roger the Chorister are Rachel Bridge (vocals and occasional bodhran), Royston Ford (vocals and occasional guitar), Richard Bridge (vocals and occasional guitar or mandolin or bodhran) and Sam Mathews (dumbec).
Their main emphasis is traditional(ish) English vocal harmony, with attitude.




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« Reply #94 on: May 28, 2012, 07:32:04 PM »

Lots of stuff coming up in June including Frankie Armstrong on 29th .... details below. Smiley




Crownstreet @ The Goose Is Out! Upstairs at The Mag, Friday 8th June. Doors 7.45pm. £6 on the door.
New floorspots always welcome.
These North Essex musicians have a wealth of experience on the local and national folk scene and in Crownstreet, they perform songs and tunes, old and new, on 4 voices and 12 different instruments which they strum, strike, squeeze and blow.
 They have played on the same bill as many artists and have appeared at The Goose supporting Dick Gaughan.
Will they bring their musical saw to the Mag?

http://www.crownstreet.org.uk/

http://youtu.be/82BTBeZIHII


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Tandem, Joseph Topping, Salwa Azar + more.The Goose Is Out! Saturday 16th June
DHFC . Edgar Kail Way, SE22 8BD, £5 on the door. 7.00PM, Doors open 6.30pm

A little about some of the artists appearing:

Tandem
“Tandem are following hot on Lau's heels down the contemporary and experimental folk trail, with a mesmerising mix of instrumentals and songs and an incredibly mature sound - check them out!”
- Katriona Gilmore and Jamie Roberts
http://soundcloud.com/tandemmusic


Joseph Topping
Joe Topping is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Wirral, whose musical journey so far has been as colourful as it has varied. Joe’s obvious talents have also been seized upon by folk/rock legend Ashley Hutchings who in December 2007 asked him to join his band, “The Rainbow Chasers”

“ … heartfelt vocal backed by intricate, intensely accomplished guitar work” fRoots

http://josephtopping.com/gigs.php


Salwa Azar
Salwa can silence a room with my wistful voice and poignant words. Just come and see her.

“Salwa Azar is a lady with skills. The close detail of her ukulele playing and the haunting resonance of her lyrics gang up on the unsuspecting listener and bedazzles them with low-fi, magical wonder” – Helen True – www.forfolkssake.com

http://www.forfolkssake.com/new-bands-panel/6392/ffs-new-bands-panel-salwa-azar
http://soundcloud.com/salwa
http://salwa.bandcamp.com/


More info and running order here:
http://www.thegooseisout.com/events.html#DHFC160612


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Frankie Armstrong + Lizzie Nunnery
@ The Goose Is Out! Upstairs at The Mag, Friday 29th June. Doors 7.45pm. £6 on the door.
Highly respected singer, a contemporary of Ewan MacColl and Louis Killen and a key figure of the revival in the early 60s appears upstairs at the Mag, get there early.


"Her voice conveys utter conviction and great humanity.She is an incredible story teller and has me on the edge of my chair listening to Tam Lin even though I've heard it dozens of times." Maggie Holland, fRoots

http://www.frankiearmstrong.com/

Support tonight from Lizzie Nunnery, another fine singer from Liverpool, who first appeared at The Goose Is Out supporting Alasdair Roberts.

More info below.

http://www.thegooseisout.com/events.html#frankiea
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« Reply #95 on: June 19, 2012, 10:16:19 AM »

Frankie Armstrong gig in a couple of weeks

http://youtu.be/FqI_jHGKCJ4



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« Reply #96 on: July 04, 2012, 06:51:05 AM »

Upstairs at The Mag,211 Lordship Lane SE22 8HA, East Dulwich, London. Sunday 8th July 7.30 FREE

Thanks to those of you that came to our singaround in June, a lovely night! It’s Singaround time again on Sunday 8th July at 7.30pm!

Starts at 7.30pm, finishes whenever, bar closes at 10.30pm (sorry, it's a Sunday) with drinking-up time after that. We will have a short break in the middle.

If you'd like to give us a song, please put your name down on the list when you arrive so that we don't miss anybody out.

If you haven't been before, it's all very informal, no stage, no PA, no "audience", you can sing from your seat if you want. And you can sing anything you like. Any country or culture. If it's something people can join in with, or has a chorus, great, but it doesn't have to be

You don't have to sing, do feel free to just come and listen, though we hope you'll at least have a go at joining in the choruses!

The Mag is on the corner or Pellatt Road and Lordship Lane SE22. Very Happy

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« Reply #97 on: July 16, 2012, 04:11:33 PM »

Would have created a separate thread for this but I'm not able to, so I just hope it reaches who it's intended to reach, thanks.

Would you like to Sing/Play at Folk21 Showcase at Cecil Sharp House in Feb 2012?


CALLING ALL FOLK SONG/MUSIC ARTISTS

LONDON  REGIONAL SHOWCASE

ARTIST APPLICATIONS OPEN
All folk song/music artists are invited to submit an application to perform a thirty minute acoustic set at the Folk21 London Regional Day, hosted by Folk21 and the English Folk Dance and Song Society at Cecil Sharp House, London on Saturday 23rd February 2013. The day will conclude with an evening Showcase concert, headlined by Robb Johnson, which will provide an opportunity for artists to perform in front of both folk club/venue organisers and a public audience from Greater London.

To be eligible you must be based outside the Greater London region and to be already performing at folk venues.
To apply please email showcase@folk4all.net with a dated list of six recent or future folk club gigs (or equivalent) as well as a link to your website and links to YouTube or other video/audio clips, if available.

We hope that by asking artists to apply outside of their own regions it will help them to expand their reach and promote their work to areas where they may not be established or well known, equally providing a chance for London’s club organisers/promoters/audience present to hear artists that they may currently be unfamiliar with.

Applications will be accepted until Friday 10th August. Please note that any applications received after this date will not be considered.

On behalf of Folk21:
George Papavgeris (Herga)
Sue Whitehead &
Nygel Packett (The Goose Is Out!)
Archie Macaulay (Uxbridge folk club)


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« Reply #98 on: August 01, 2012, 05:11:14 PM »

Aquarius Festival
Saturday 1 September 2012 - Aquarius Golf Club  Marmora Road SE22 0RY
For the third year running, the Goose will have an indoor stage at the Aquarius Festival, showcasing some of the best of our local (and non-local!) folk talent.


Each set will be 45 minutes, with a 15 minute interval between sets. Here's the running order:


1pm – Alison Frosdick & Jack Burnaby
2pm – Laura Victoria
3pm – Ben Church
4pm – Harry Harris
5pm – Rosemary Lippard & Tim Graham
6pm - The No Frills Band


For more info on all of them please see link below  
http://www.thegooseisout.com/events.html#aquarius


Entry to the whole festival is only a pound!!!!! And there will be an outside music stage as well, plus yummy food stalls and other stalls. And there are fantastic views over London. Not to be missed!

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=++Aquarius+Golf+Club,+Marmora+Road,+Honor+Oak,+London,+SE22+0RY&hl=en&ll=51.456895,-0.064416&spn=0.014066,0.037937&sll=52.8382,-2.327815&sspn=6.98406,19.423828&hq=Aquarius+Golf+Club,+Marmora+Road,+Honor+Oak,+London,+SE22+0RY&radius=15000&t=m&z=15


Rosemary Lippard & Tim Graham
http://youtu.be/QwfjcSI-zLk

Harry Harris

http://youtu.be/5A95R0YebUs

have a look at the facebook page
http://www.facebook.com/events/387228744664062/




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« Reply #99 on: August 30, 2012, 09:29:09 AM »

 Smiley Aquarius festival this weekend

Harry Harris has had to pull out and will be replaced by Robin Gillan.

http://youtu.be/GLJG2JGRrn4  Smiley
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