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The Get-Up Forward

The Get-Up Forward
Barfly - closed 4 June 2008

The Get Up Forward: This unruly bunch of musical miscreants, first met on the cloudy shoreline of an island named desire. A mutual desire in fact, to create a livid, sensuous, soul expanding journey into the very innards of those rare, clarity infested, zen like meditative moments which have been known only by a handful of latter day Catholic saints, Tibetan Buddhist monks, Dalai Lamas, Prophetic artists, Himalayan explorers, and shrimp farmers. Alas, few if any of the above have ever truly achieved the 'nirvana' like state of mind, body, soul and being which has been hinted at for millenia by worthy scribes, (far worthier than I) and chased for eternity by a plethora of absurd fools intent on focussing more on the finish line, rather than the true substance of the race being ran with such blind sided zeal.


This is a funraising event for 209 Radio. 

St. Neots Folk Club

The Club is now in its forty third year and meets every Tuesday (except during August) at The King' . . . more>>

Bun Shop, The

The Bun Shop is the venue where you can enjoy fresh, homemade food, a large selection of European wi. . . more>>

Anne L Ryan

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strawberry fair green area benefit gig

strawberry fair green area benefit gig
Portland Arms, The
Keltrix, Cambridge's newest acoustic-folk-rock band, play Strawberry Fair as one of the headline acts, on Saturday, 2 June. To support strawberry fair, they have organised this benafit gig evening. Suggested donations of £5, but feel free to donate more as it is all going to a good cause!


Moving Tone

Moving Tone is a music arts website founded to support the performance of live music. &nbs . . . more>>

Sounds vocal at the Festival of Ideas -- The Moving Tone Sessions

Sounds vocal at the Festival of Ideas -- The Moving Tone Sessions
St Edwards Church

Anne L Ryan - vocal theatre 

Anne L Ryan is a charismatic singer whose influences draw on various contemporary and world musical styles, composed and improvisatory, producing performances of profound intensity that can be deeply meditative as well as highly celebratory. Her captivating singing is a celebration of the power and versatility of the human voice. Inspired by the sean-nós of her Celtic roots, with neatly tempered world music influences, she sings both a cappella works and with accompaniments - electro-acoustic soundscapes, quartz crystal sound bowl, electronic sound diffusion and acoustic instruments.

Venue: St Edwards Church, Peas Hill, Cambridge CB2 3PP

Door: £6 : £4 (concessions)

Tel: 01223 264991 for more information



Cambridge Summer Music Festival – various venues, 12 July–4 August 2007

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Cambridge Summer Music Festival – various venues, 12 July–4 August 2007
Multiple Venues
For three weeks this summer, Cambridge plays host to some of the world’s finest classical musicians, as the Cambridge Summer Music Festival fills the city with ravishing music.


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    Wood Green Animal Shelter

    Welcome to Wood Green Enterprises, the commercial division of one of the UK’s leading welfare char. . . more>>

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