Sat 29 May
|Time||12:00 PM - 4:00 PM|
As part of our ‘Get Up, Stand Up’ bank holiday weekend festival, we will be joined by a number of talented local musicians who will be performing throughout the day in the beautiful setting of the Sensory Garden behind the Town Hall on Saturday and Sunday.
Socially distanced bubbles will be marked out on the ground, and you’re welcome to bring along a picnic.
12pm – Emma Webb
Emma Webb is an Indie Folk Pop Singer Songwriter from Bristol, UK. With a love of singing and the guitar and piano, Emma has developed a style of Acoustic pop throughout the years. Emma has been influenced by an array of music and genres, and is particularly passionate about 90’s artists such as Alanis Morissette, The Corrs, The Beautiful South and Natalie Imbruglia whilst also being lyrically influenced by songwriters such as Paul Simon, Carole King and Joni Mitchell.
12:45pm – Becky Lawrence
Becky Lawrence is a singer/songwriter, descended from the shores of the Isle of Man now residing in Wiltshire. Becky’s background in musical theatre saw her being cast as ‘Kim’ in the European Premiere of Miss Saigon on the Isle of Man and eventually heading off to train in London at the London School of Musical Theatre. Whilst there, Becky was drawn to country music due to the wonderful storytelling from the great artists such as Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire who are her biggest influences.
1:30pm – Bissboro Flute Trio
The Bissboro Flute Trio has been together since the year 2000, mainly performing light classical, jazz standards and music specifically written for flutes. The whole approach of the Trio is of a very relaxed nature to most things especially the music.
1:45pm – James Harriman
James Harriman takes a nostalgic 90’s Britpop sound and collides it with Contemporary Folk-Rock influences creating a sound that brings old and new together. He delivers a non-stop, high energy live persona alongside catchy choruses and strong lyrics. James writes songs that are designed to be listened to, often touching on deeper themes such as relationships and mental health that contrast with the upbeat happy sound of the music. Living in Bath over the past four years, James has grown a dedicated following and a reputation for high energy live shows.
2:20pm – Cheribaby
Cheribaby is a singer-songwriter from Bristol, currently based in Bath. She works across genres such as pop, R’n’B and soft rock, producing music similar to Billie Eilish, Kate Nash and Amy Winehouse.
3pm – Beckford Strings
Beckford Strings are a newly-formed violin, viola and cello quartet based in the South West. Its players have performed extensively as part of orchestras and ensembles in the area, and met as members of Bath Symphony Orchestra. With the events of this year putting music-making on hold, the quartet are extremely excited to be able to perform to an audience again! Their programme will include a selection of classical favourites from Bach to Mozart, with some familiar song arrangements and maybe even a tango or two thrown in for good measure.
3:45pm – Amy Green
4:20pm – Padrat
Indie singer-songwriter Ellis Tucker released his debut EP ‘It Said So On The Radio’ with his band Padrat, in October 2020. For fans of Stereophonics, The Kooks, Declan McKenna, Elvis Costello and The Strokes. Expect to be blown away by a solo set from one of Wiltshire’s hottest young talents.