Two Trailblazers in the Sydney folk fusion scene take the stage at the Newsagency. Broadland Trio to releasing their debut album "Airs of Places Passed", and veterans Chaika hot on the heals of their 2019 release arrow. A night to Transport you, to move your hearts your minds and your feet.
Splinter will make our annual appearance at the Angel Street Permaculture Food Forest, Sunday Oct 27th, midday.
Community Garden Fundraising Day with special guests.
• From 11am, Inner West Seed Savers (IWSS) will have seeds for sale & be there to talk about seed saving.
•We will have plants/seedlings and garden-inspired edibles available for donation sale.
• From 12pm, The Splinter Orchestra will merge into the soundscape of this urban micro forest.
Please wear closed shoes on site, and BYO cup for kombucha.
Angel Street Permaculture Food Forest is a community garden full of lush native trees, established fruit trees, community composting and ever changing communal vegetable beds.
A wonder-filled evening with some of Australia’s trailblazers in original folk music as well as a special international guest and two artists Ingrid Bartkowiak and Shay Tobin, creating live alongside the music. There will be pencils and paper available for audience member who might feel inspired to join in too!
Monique Clare and Joe D’Esposito https://moniqueclare.com/
The artists :
Ingrid Bartkowiak https://ingridbartkowiakart.com/
Shay Tobin https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Artist/Shay-Tobin-Arts-499116746839225/
When his wonderful collection of intimate Sydney contemplations appeared on CD via the Hospital Hill label a couple of years back, we started to consider a gig here at the People's Republic, and we've kept hearing about him ever since, so we're thrilled to announce he'll be joining us with his band for a performance not to be missed...
Commencing at 7.30 p.m. [doors at 7]
Eran Asoulin: vocals, guitar
Laura Altman: clarinet, vocals, piano
Mary Rapp: double bass, cello