So…last Saturday was epic; The G.O.A Choir performed on day 2 of The Lacehouse‘s Broadway Summer Festival, along with some other fantastic Nottingham artists. And don’t get me started on the plethora of awesome creative pop-up shops, great cocktails and brilliant food! My only regret is that I wasn’t there to thrash everyone at the Table Tennis Tournament.
To top it all off, The Lacehouse raised over £1,500 (and still growing) for Project Riandu, to help build a school for 200 deaf children in Kenya. BOOM!
We banged out some classics, like Roybn S’s “Show Me Love”, and some originals by Honey Williams – one of which is here for FREE download for a limited time only – check it out: “Mutiny”.
Hope you enjoy these pictures from the gig – great shots from Ben Tynegate and Robert Graham. Big shout out to the Bitter Strings who performed straight after us – great set, dapper gents, and I looking forward to seeing them perform at the Nottingham Splendour Festival this year.
Get involved in the next gig/festival that some of us are performing at on 19th July: Say Sum Thin 7 with John Agard. Better hurry up, as tickets have pretty much sold out! Check out some of the stuff going on behind the scenes, with The Mouthy Poets, and go hashtag crazy! #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7 #SST7