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Seamus in full swing with Marcus & I

Come and hear A Song for a Circus

As Karen travels back from Texas I have been preparing for projects closer to home, practising on my 'home-made double-bass' - fashioned (by Jan) for the Boundary Estate band from some rope, a large bucket and a bit of wood! It sounds remarkably good and if you want to hear me play it along with the rest of the band, this Saturday is your last chance ...

We'll be out playing in the Arnold Circus bandstand from 3.00 until about 4.00 (wind permitting), and then we have our last recording session in the big Club Row space at Rochelle. I will bring some cake, Tim will bring his headphones.

After this we will be working to finish the song and get a CD out to everyone who has played with us, the final version will be launched on the AGRIFASHIONISTA.TV site next month.

A Song for a Circus

Somewhere is suddenly VERY busy ... we're still trying to sort out Almanac, we're off to Newlyn to see the new Gallery there next week, we're working really hard on our show for the Northern Art Prize in Leeds (on everything from making 'honesty' tables to editing our new short film) AND we're launching the first of two Somewhere projects for Agrifashionista this week --->

A Song for a Circus is a Somewhere project I'm developing with composer Tim Olden. It's for the wonderful Arnold Circus on the Boundary Estate in East London & we're looking for musicians who live or work there to collaborate with us ...

Read more here or see our lovely new posters on the circus --->

(Thanks to Steve Ounanian for designing these with us)