Five Rounds Rapid at the Stand Up

Where: The Stand Up Inn

When: 8-10pm, Sunday 18th September

Five Rounds Rapid are an original band based in and around West Sussex. They aim to record all of their material and gig the hell out of the local music scene. Contact: fiveroundsrapid@live.com

Neal Freeman (Vox/Synth/Guitar)
Naomi Walker (Vox/Percussion)
Danny Hallis (Acoustic Guitar)
Clive Layton (Drums)
Peter Oliver (Bass)

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Rok Skool – Roy Rad Band

Roy is a prolific Songwriter who developed and recorded an album in the Rok Skool Studio in 2015 and an e.p. – London Town – in 2016. Here, he showcases his material – with a bit of Bowie thrown in!


Rok Skool – Sister Sister

Rok SkoolYES!  Rok Skool have confirmed that they are on board for this year’s Arts Festival and it’s with great pleasure we announce a Saturday morning line-up in the United Reform Church from 10.00am. Add the time and date to your diary now.  Laluna, Sister Sister and The Larynx promise to entertain and enchant you, whilst extracts from Hereward Kaye’s published poetry book, Insomnia will be read aloud.

Events not to be missed.  Timetable URC Song & Poetry Presentation

10am: Guest readers present a selection of poems from Insomnia – Dark Poetry by Hereward Kaye
10.15: La Luna (6 voice female pop vocal group)
10.40: A selection of readings from Insomnia
10.50: The Larynx (20 voice Lindfield Primary PTA Choir)
11.10: A selection of readings from Insomnia
11.20: SisterSister (6 voice female pop vocal group)
11.50-12pm: Final readings from Insomnia

Sussex Rok Skool opened in September 2006, caters for all ages on a world of musical creation, exploration and performance. They are pioneers of a growing movement and now have over 200 students, 15 bands and rooms resounding to the sound of singing, guitar, bass, drum and keyboard lessons, recording sessions and band rehearsals. Rok Skool is a vibrant, vibey place to be.  And these days it’s about kids and adults– they’ve got a female choir, a new adult start-up band,  a 10 piece Jools Holland style big band (all beginners 2 years ago; now out and gigging) and adults in vocal coaching getting better by the week and performing live.

And you can see some of these acts performing at Lindfield Arts Festival Saturday 17th September 2016 in the URC Church and Red Lion pub.

InsomniaThe Larynx Sister Act

Vinyl Capris at the Stand Up

 

Vinyl Capris are as catchy as conjunctivitis and as cool as custard.  They prove that there’s no substitute for a tune whilst illustrating why “pop” music is indeed popular!

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Rok Skool – Crysis

Hereward Kaye and his fabulous performers are offering the Festival some great entertainment, from poetry, female pop vocals to rock bands. Plenty to see and listen to. Hereward will be reading some of his dark poetry in between the vocalists and choirs in the morning.

Sussex Rok Skool opened in September 2006, caters for all ages on a world of musical creation, exploration and performance. They are pioneers of a growing movement and now have over 200 students, 15 bands and rooms resounding to the sound of singing, guitar, bass, drum and keyboard lessons, recording sessions and band rehearsals. Rok Skool is a vibrant, vibey place to be. And these days it’s about kids and adults– they’ve got a female choir, a new adult start-up band, a 10 piece Jools Holland style big band (all beginners 2 years ago; now out and gigging) and adults in vocal coaching getting better by the week and performing live.

And you can see some of these acts performing at Lindfield Arts Festival Saturday 17th September 2016 in the URC Church and Red Lion pub.

Timetable at the URC for the Songs & Poetry Presentation

10am: Guest readers present a selection of poems from Insomnia – Dark Poetry by Hereward Kaye
10.15: La Luna (6 voice female pop vocal group)
10.40: A selection of readings from Insomnia
10.50: The Larynx (20 voice Lindfield Primary PTA Choir)
11.10: A selection of readings from Insomnia
11.20: SisterSister (6 voice female pop vocal group)
11.50-12pm: Final readings from Insomnia

Timetable for the evening’s performance at the Red Lion

7:15pm Crysis
8:15pm Chandni Nayee
8:45pm Roy Rad Band

The Larynx

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Laluna  Chandni Nayee Crysis

Roy Rad Band

Five Rounds Rapid at the Stand Up

Where: The Stand Up Inn

When: 8-10pm, Sunday 18th September

Five Rounds Rapid are an original band based in and around West Sussex. They aim to record all of their material and gig the hell out of the local music scene. Contact: fiveroundsrapid@live.com

Neal Freeman (Vox/Synth/Guitar)
Naomi Walker (Vox/Percussion)
Danny Hallis (Acoustic Guitar)
Clive Layton (Drums)
Peter Oliver (Bass)

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Weald Ukulele Players

What: Musical performance

Where: United Reform Church

When: 12-1pm, Saturday 17th September

The Weald Ukulele Players and Singers are delighted to be performing at Lindfield Arts Festival this year.  It sounds as if it will be FUN!

They are a friendly group of like minded people who get together to strum their ukuleles, sing along to popular songs and generally have a fun time. At the time of their formation in April 2015 they were all inexperienced ukulele novices and with a simple aim, that with each other’s help and plenty of practice, they will develop into a happy band of strummers!

There is no formal instruction, most of that is done on a self­-help basis at home from books and internet sites (of which there are plenty). It is very much a case of learn a few chords, come along and join in, and you’ll get swept along by the ongoing music ­and play whatever chords you are able!

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