Before Phantom Hound on 8th July, I’m playing a short set at Good For What Ails You, at the Bee’s Mouth. It’s eclectic, it’s cheap to get in, it starts at 5pm on Sunday 5th. The last one (I went as a punter) was mental. Check it out:
“This month’s eruditional jamboree steps up to the pulpit to present you WORDS of POWER, TALES of WISDOM, JAPES of WRATH, TASSELS of RIGHTEOUSNESS with Jimmy Bullet, Johnny Wardlow, Muffy Hunter, Matt Finucane, Fraser Geesin Leisure Centre and MC Dan Belton”
cute, isn’t he
This is going to be a very interesting gig. (In a good way.)
It features super-powerful performance poet Gary Goodman, renowned multi-instrumental improviser Alistair Strachan, some attention-whore with an Irish surname that’s hard to pronounce, and devastatingly dark new talent Rochelle McLean.
And it happens in one of the – if not the – coolest venues in Brighton. Wed 8 July, folks. It may be Summer, but BRING BACK DARKNESS.
Well, it worked for Robert Graves…