Stowmarket IP14 1ET
Featuring Sally Army, the Electrosonic Poetry Experiment, Andi Hopgood, the Decibel Kid (DJ set), SoapBox Poets & friends
Join us for an evening of Festival fun with beautiful décor and a joyful line-up of live music and laughter from the regions most exciting bands and performers. We’ll be debuting some brand new collaborations between poets and musicians for the return of the Electrosonic Poetry Experiment, with jazz musician Andi Hopgood. Headlining will be the frankly superb ‘Sally Army’, a 6 piece multi-genre band who play songs like ‘A Nice Cup Of Tea & A Biscuit’ and ‘Invaders of Personal Space’, the unofficial pandemic anthem. Guaranteed to get you on your feet and laughing till your bellyaches. The night will finish with a DJ set from The Decibel Kid, a Suffolk based electronic artist, playing beats, blips and bass. Free zine for every ticket holder. Pick it up on arrival. Loads more to be announced, and expect to be swarmed by jellyfish.
Doors open 7.30pm.
Book online (£10 Early Bird before 30th Sept then £15 from 1st October. £20 on the door if available)
Please familiarise yourself with our Covid-19 measures prior to booking and attending.
Please note that this event has not been organised by the John Peel Centre, and all aspects of it are the responsibility of those who have hired the Centre for the evening.