|May 25 – 28||Shindig Festival||Ilminster||Dillington Estate, Somerset|
|May 29||The Three Swans||Frome||16-17 King Street, Frome, BA11 1BH|
|May 31||Burdall’s Yard||Bath||7A Anglo Terrace, Bath BA1 5NH|
|June 2||The Pembroke Yeoman||Haverfordwest||1 Hill Street, Haverfordwest SA61 1QQ|
|June 3||Trehale Farm||Mathry||Mathry, Haverfordwest, SA62 5HX|
|June 4||The Cellar||Cardigan||25-26 Quay Street, Cardigan SA43 1HU|
|June 6||Cwrw||Carmarthen||32 King Street, Carmarthen SA31 1BS|
|June 7||The Whitehall||Llandovery||1 High Street, Llandovery SA20 0PU|
|June 18||The Grapes||Bath||14 Westgate Street, Bath BA1 1EQ|
|June 22-26||Glastonbury||Pilton||Worthy Farm, Pilton, BA4 4BY|
On a Mission
Brian is on a two-wheeled mission. His aim: to save the planet – one gig at a time. And – more importantly – he wants you to come with him.
Accompanied by violinist/bassist Rob Whale, they are cycling from venue to venue, raising environmental awareness – and spirits – through the medium of song. Two parts Billy Bragg to one Part Levelers, with a hint of Johnny Cash and a sprinkling of Tom Lehrer: you’ll laugh, you’ll cry… you may even dance!
Passion, Wit & Wisdom
Brian’s songs and the stories behind them are crammed full of passion, wit and wisdom, his influences are wide-ranging, but his voice is very much his own. Combining social comment with humour, the songs are hard-hitting yet relatable. His shows are at once intimate, challenging and great fun.
“Provoking and subverting the expectations of the audience… never the average songwriter showcase” – Bath Fringe Hub
“Many People write songs; Brian gives birth to them – they’re that personal” FolkWords