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Make Club: September Mobiles

Make a Calder inspired mobile using recycled plastic and card. Explore how to balance the shapes and think about colour and composition. To book for your family please purchase one £5 family ticket and then all additional family members who will be attending on free tickets. This will help us understand how many people are attending the sessions so we can comply with cornavirus regulations and keep everyone safe. 

Due to Coronavirus restrictions families or social bubbles of more than six will need to be split. Social distancing measures will be in place for this concert. 
 

The People's String Foundation Duo

Res Publica” is a brand new musical touring piece, from brilliant South West band: The People’s String Foundation, (virtuoso violinist Ben Sutcliffe and co founder and composer Zaid Al-Rikabi). This Autumn the boys are packing a 32 piece Gypsy Orchestra into a suitcase and taking a “Virtual Orchestra” on tour with them as a live duo, to perform their newest album release “Res Publica” to audiences nationwide. This music is sure to set your heart racing, get your toes tapping, and warm the soul with the people’s spirit and grafter’s hearts.

The People's String Foundation are a SouthWest based band who mix passionate theatrics with an urban gypsy sound, mixing artisan flavours with urban/world beats the band are fast becoming the musical heavyweights of the South West. They encompass a grass roots level philosophy, working with local musicians, the community and schools right up to big Mid scale venues. In 2018 they went on tour with Kneehigh’s Fup, composing and playing the music for the show.
 

Brother Sea

Brother Sea are a South West based Celtic-folk band that brings together the acclaimed duo Harbottle & Jonas, with the award winning song writer Kris Lannen and the haunting Celtic tones of Annie Baylis on fiddle.

Their music is that of departure, adventure and new beginnings, sweeping you away with a sense of boldness and innocence with hypnotic vocals accompanied by classic folk instruments. Brother Sea create a sense of awe and intrigue with songs like campfire stories exploring heritage and folklore as they gently flicker through captivating soundscapes. 

‘Beautifully crafted chords, intricate lead parts and glowing harmonies make Circadian the go-to feel good song on your Summer Playlist. Could the lyrics be any more fitting to the time we currently find ourselves in, ‘Colours emerge from the dark.’ I’m a believer, and you will be too.’ - Joel Richardson | Blackstar Amplification