Forthcoming Wiltshire Tour 2019 –
Dates so far confirmed!
February 1st – Avebury Village Hall
Contact Pound Arts, Corsham for all information
March 23rd – Salisbury Museum
Discussion of the relationship between ‘Landscape and Melody’ accompanied with fiddle and song from Frank Biddulph and Rebecca Hollweg.
March 26th – Salisbury Workshops.
As part of the ‘Celebrating Age’ project, Captain Swing and the Blacksmith, with the help of participants, will be creating new folk songs and writing threatening notes or love letters…
May 18th – Great Somerford
Contact Pound Arts for all information http://www.poundarts.org.uk/pound/default.aspx
Word on the Water – FREE!
Music performance and readings
Saturday, 15th September, 3.00pm
Regent’s Canal Towpath, Kings Cross, London N1C 4LW
Frank Biddulph, Emmie Ward, Gili Orbach and Beatrice will perform the music from the album on the rooftop of the most original bookshop in London…a canal boat brimming with curious titles. A chance to buy the book and listen to some fine folk fiddle and song.
4th June: Brixton Book Jam
Hootnanny Pub, Effra Road
6th December: Tate Library : Readings and Q&A
Hosted by Miranda Broadribb
180 South Lambeth Road, Vauxhall
19th November: Art? or Politics? It’s a riot: Female Voices
Hosted by writer, John Farndon at the Map Studio Cafe, 46 Grafton Road, NW5 3DU
6pm – 9pm
19th October: Ram Jam, Kingston: Readings and full band performance with award winning singer Emmie Ward, Frank Biddulph, Rebecca Hollweg and poet Lucy Furlong.
Tickets available from: https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Kingston-Upon-Thames/Ram-Jam-Club/
8 – 10.30pm
25th September: Betsey Trotwood, Clerkenwell: John Hegley’s legendary Monday night event – as part of the Clerkenwell Slam festival. Readings accompanied by Frank Biddulph who will spin his violin magic as well as Rebecca Hollweg’s original piece from the album, ‘Captain Swing and the Blacksmith.’
8.30 – 11pm