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Charnwood Arts Presents Mark Gwynne Jones & PsychicBread at Fearon Hall

  • Rectory Road Loughborough, England, LE11 1PL United Kingdom (map)

Renaissance One are pleased to support our represented artist, Mark Gwynne who will be performing at Fearon Hall alongside PsychicBread. This event is presented to you by Charnwood Arts.

"Full Circle" - Charnwood Arts returns to Fearon Hall and welcomes you to:
"Mark Gwynne Jones & PsychicBread at Fearon Hall"

Saturday 23rd February 2019.
Fearon Hall, Rectory Rd, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 1PL.
Doors 19.30, tickets are FREE via Eventbrite.
On the door donations to Charnwood Arts will be most appreciated!
There will be a buffet and a fully licenced bar.

Programme will start around 20:00 with support from local artists (TBC)

21:00 - PsychicBread show

Join Mark Gwynne Jones & PsychicBread - with poems and songs of the big bang, floating sheep, a meeting with the Devil, and a girl called Amaryllis, PsychicBread are set to delight audiences with an all new show. Winners of 4 festival fringe awards, their performance is by turns dramatic, funny and sometimes startlingly sensitive.

‘Billed as Spoken Word, this underplays the complexity of Mark’s unique genre. His stories are imaginatively enhanced by an evocative sound-track created by the music, percussion, and vocals of PsychicBread and the effect is spell-binding. Overall, this is a very rewarding, exotic experience, not to be missed.’ Sarah Jones (Oxford Fringe)

‘My problem now is to review a performance that is quite indescribable in a way that can convey the fun, ferocity and flight of fancy that was Mark Gwynne Jones and PsychicBread. …the evening swung the audience round in dizzying circles that made you laugh, pause for thought then laugh again. You never quite knew what was coming next, what was true story or fantasy… and what sound would emerge from PsychicBread’s next configuration of instruments to explode over the audience like wild and exciting fireworks.’ Caroline Frith 

‘I’ll be the first to concede that this won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. It wasn’t mine, to start with. But by the end of the evening I was absorbed completely and could quite happily have listened for several more hours. So I guess it is my sort of thing, and I can’t imagine I’m going to see it done any better.’ Nick Butterley (Buxton Fringe)