DJs Ben and Max from SuperSonicDisco are dedicated to the pursuit of hands-in-the-air happiness, and are the finest purveyors of all things party. Playing an irresistible smorgasbord of soul, disco and funk, brought bang up to date with party classics, they are dedicated to the creation of late-night pleasure domes wherever their music takes them.
Tickets £10 - every penny will go to the PTFA’s of local schools Hay, Clifford and Clyro.
For tickets, visit the Facebook page here
Join in the celebrations with The Poetry Bookshop & the original ‘people’s poet’ John Cooper Clarke - Poet; Movie star; Rock star; TV & radio presenter; Comedian; Social & cultural commentator. A white-hot verse dispenser. Unmistakeably John Cooper Clarke!
Early bird tickets @ £15 for a limited time only! Get your tickets here
Mice in a Matchbox are Sally Stamford, well known vocalist, featured in many bands such as the Loxley Trio, and Jim Rolt, a musician with a more rock n roll background. Together they produce an exciting sound which has been described as indie folk! Suffice it to say, it’s upbeat and exciting rather than glum and monotonous!
The Dancing Floor presents: Dancing the World into Being
The Dancing Floor group presents original creative work exploring myth – film, schools workshops and dance events are in all their portfolio. In this performance, they will offer the chance to visit the otherworld and meet the ancient gods of these islands in an extraordinary creation myth dance, constructed from clues in the Mabinogion. How does something come out of nothing? How do we find what is lost? Do the gods and goddesses live in us or we in them? How did our ancestors see the world and ask the big questions? With specially composed music from the The Village Quire, who will perform an introductory set of ‘songs of life and death’.
More info here
Vulnerable, honest, ethereal: This is the music of Speak, Brother. Boasting a powerful sound and full arrangements, the quartet layer lush vocal harmonies over their rustic instrumentation. With heartfelt lyrical storytelling, driving melodies and passionate performance, Speak, Brother are a band to watch. Having played across the UK and has airplay on BBC Radio, Speak, Brother are now set to return to Hay on Wye as part of their UK Tour promoting their new singles from their eagerly anticipated debut album due in Spring 2018.
Noble Jacks are a rip-roaring Alt-Folk band with roof raising energy, whose warm electro-acoustic interactions fuse together a mixture of folky footstompin’ rhythms and engaging lyricism. The band encompasses heartfelt, yet uptempo songs showcasing fiddle, blues harmonica and big anthem toplines. Noble Jacks have a relentless gigging schedule around the the British folk scene and recorded their debut album with Union Music Store at The Metway studio in Brighton.
2017 promises to be an incredible year for this new and aspiring band!
Incendiary live hip-hop/soul rabble rousers packing deep lyrics, subterranean grooves and stratospheric brass – elevated by impossibly electrifying musicians.
Formed in 2011, the alternative hip-hop collective blend elements of R&B, funk, soul and rock; resulting in their own signature brand of music. Combined with spontaneous, fiery live performances, Sounds Of Harlowe are not to be missed.
Slippery Slope are a four piece acoustic band combining an unusual mix of instruments and musical styles to produce charming, fun and foot stomping sound. Playing traditional and contemporary musical styles from class French accordion to stomping Klezmer,with occasional dips into ska and Irish folk along the way. The line up is accordion, fiddle, guitar and Trinidadian steel pan. Slippery Slope supply the perfect mix of silly, melancholy and beautiful music. For more info, music and video; go to http://www.slipperyslope.org.uk
After the success of the last Celtic evening, Thomasin, Justin and many more friends are back for another evening of live celtic music! Be sure to come and down and show your support to the local talent!
They’re back! Come along and enjoy the festivities with the best ceilidh band for miles, Crannog. Dancing, feet stomping and open to all ages and abilities! We had them here in August and are thrilled to have them back.
Oh we do love a Ceilidh!