When: Saturday 02 July
Time: 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost: £8.00 – £10.00
Location: The Event SpaceShare:
An intimate evening of live literature and heart-felt acoustic music
With Sarah Curtis and Tim Clayton & The Higher Lovers
Paul Thompson is a singer-songwriter and author from Norfolk. He has toured in the UK, Europe, the US and Canada, and holds a Guinness World Record for ‘the longest journey by electric milk float’, after touring over 1,000 miles at 15mph to the Edinburgh Fringe, in his solar-powered milk float stage ‘Bluebell’.
Paul’s latest album release ‘Lone Star’ includes a specially written book of short-stories, based on the songs from the album. Described by Acoustic Magazine as ‘blissed out Donovan meets John Martyn’, Paul’s live show combines music, literature, and tales of the ups and downs (and breakdowns!) of life on the road in an electric milk float.
Paul will be supported by singer-songwriter Sarah Curtis, and electronica wizard Tim Clayton & The Higher Lovers.
Prepare to be floated!
“Leave the world-weary cynicism to one side and fly above it all with a true romantic…” – Acoustic Magazine
Saturday 2nd July
8pm – 11pm
£8 advance (plus booking fee)
£10 on the door
18’s and over only
Please note, tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled
The Red Brick Building