From 17 May 2019 17:00 until 17 May 2019 19:00
This will be our 5th year playing at Bath Festival Party in the City. We've visited a range of amazing venues over the years, including Holbourne Museum, No1 Royal Crescent and the Love Lounge at the Old Bell!
The evening starts at 5pm and will be hosted by the unforgettable performance poet Spikey Tim who will be dropping in some of his equally unforgettable performance poems, he will be kicking off the evening with a set from Bath's popular 4-man band Now and Then, singing well-loved songs in singalong style. Very tuneful and varied repertoire of old and new favourites!
The second half will include a set of lyrical folk-rock songs from Barry Lane and the Fridge Mechanics featuring Barry Lane (vox/guitar), Rich Godfrey (guitar/keys), Celia Duplock (vox), Evie Rainey (vox), Glyn Owen (percussion), Paul Meagre (fiddle) and Jon Attree (bass). Our set will include some poems and readings from Bristol based published poet David Punter
Should be a rich and varied evening of music and poetry performed in a great venue, just off Queen's Square, in the middle of Bath.