Local & Live Sessions
Suncharmer | Richard Navarro | TBC
8pm – TBC
9pm – Richard Navarro
Richard Navarro’s live shows are renowned for spectacular feats of vocal and instrumental virtuosity and improvisation. Previous collaborations include the ‘Let Go Light’ UK tour with live visuals controlled by wireless shoes, the ‘Firewatching’ UK and Ireland tour with choirs and brass bands, and with The Luminants featuring extraordinary magic lantern displays. Navarro composed and produced the music for Lemn Sissay’s critically-acclaimed ‘Warrior Poets’ and is curator of the poetry stage at the prestigious In the Woods Festival. Along with fellow multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Thurston, Navarro has performed at many UK festivals including Latitude and Greenbelt, and toured as support for Joan Armatrading. Many of these performances and projects have included young and marginalised people in composing and performing new music.
Staggeringly talented Charlie Andrew (BRIT Awards Producer of the Year 2016)
10pm – Suncharmer
Suncharmer are Paul Crisp, Billy Birjukov, Josh Brice, Jasper Morris – A vibrant, guitar-based indie quartet from Kent, consisting of 4 tea-addicted, instrument-wielding, flamboyant adolescents…
Having formed on a lonely Valentine’s Day in 2016, Suncharmer have been building a loyal fan base and have been attracting the attention of various festivals and venues across the country.
All four members work to create high-energy, driving indie sounds with colourful melodies and psychedelia-infused poetry that draws influence from Jimi Hendrix, T.Rex, David Bowie and Arctic Monkeys. Josh Brice joined in December 2016 to add a new level of strength & creativity and introduced his gloriously shimmering surf-like guitar. The band quickly began to develop their much grittier yet melodic sound, and were soon asked to play events such as The Vicar’s Picnic, Woodlands Festival, Unfest, IPO Festival and Fat Tuesday in Hastings. Suncharmer have supported rising indie stars The Magic Gang and The Standard Lamps.
Dates & Times
- Date: 28 / 04 / 18Time: 20:00Book Now
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