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WHITE MINK: BLASK SATIN - ELECTROSWING VS SPEAKEASY JAZZ

WHITE MINK: BLACK SATIN

www.freshlysqueezedmusic.com
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30 Apr 2010, 7:30 PM - 12:30 AM
Entrance FEE: £10.00, £12.00 on the door

Electroswing vs Speakeasy jazz. Dazzling scenes fusing Live Swing Beat, including swing-hop phenomena THE CORRESPONDENTS against 1920/30's hot sounds from the 78’s era, with SWING ZAZOU, HARRYS TRICKS, DJ's Nick Hollywood,Tofu, Nino & Lady Kamikaze, collaborations from Carnivalesque, Chat Noir and Freakeasy; swing dancers, silent movies, circus, burlesque and much, more.
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THE IMAGINED VILLAGE LIVE IN CONCERT

THE IMAGINED VILLAGE LIVE IN CONCERT

www.imaginedvillage.com/
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Freerange 23 May 2010, 9:00 PM - 12:30 AM
Entrance FEE: £18.00, (£18.00 Concessions)

One of the most unusual collaborations of the past decade, The Imagined Village made a significant impression with their critically acclaimed and commercially successful debut album (released via Peter Gabriel's Real World label). They toured extensively, appeared on TV's Later...With Jools show and won out at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Don't miss this!

Winner- ‘Best Traditional Song’ BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2008.  Nominee- ‘Best Album’- BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2008 ‘Englishness is the final frontier of world music.’ – Simon Emmerson

The Imagined Village
The Imagined Village is a stunning project spearheaded by Grammy Award winning musician and producer Simon Emmerson. Simon is also a founding member of the Afro Celt Sound System, a daring fusion of musical cultures and an ensemble that remains a festival favourite to this day. On stage will be an outstanding cast including Martin Carthy, Eliza Carthy, and Chris Wood backed by a band featuring Simon Emmerson, Johnny Kalsi, Ali Friend, Andy Gangadeen, Simon Richmond, Sheema Mukherjee and Barney Morse Brown.

There was a sense of being in on the birth of something new and excitingThe Telegraph review of the WOMAD live show July 2007

It’s mischievous and tender, wry and wise, sad and surreal, but a folk that could only have been made in the 21st century
Observer Music Magazine

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SING-ALONG-WICKERMAN!

SING-ALONG-WICKERMAN!

12 May 2010, 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Entrance FEE: £11.00, (£9.00 Concessions)

Dress in character and come join the singing and buttock slapping of this horror classic. Goodie bags, pagan hymn books and silliness provided by hosts David Bramwell and Eliza Skelton.
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TWO FOR JOY TOUR

TWO FOR JOY TOUR

http://www.themagpiesnest.co.uk/artists
9 MAY 2010, 8:30 PM – 12:30 AM
Entrance FEE: £10

One branch of The Magpie’s Nest Collective they hold the mantra “New Folk, Old Folk and No Folk” - in other words, they provide a platform for the entire spectrum of the 'folk' music genre: from veteran performers and purveyors of the tradition through to those influenced by traditional material and creating solely new music.
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LADY CAROL OF THE MOON

LADY CAROL OF THE MOON

www.myspace.com/ladycarolofthemoon
19 MAY 2010, 7:00 PM – 20:00
Fletch Productions
Entrance FEE: £10

A blonde siren, Lady Carol is delightfully unassuming and addresses the audience like a long-lost confidante. But like a siren, her call has dark undertones.. She creates an atmosphere of exposed intimacy; delicate, understated and bewitching. And then she sings. It’s like having your hot milk laced with a shot of brandy. Utterly intoxicating. **** Time Out Edinburgh 2009.
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