Performing Arts Marquee 2022

Situated near the bar in the middle of the event, this stage features singer song writers, great bands, poetry, dance, theatre and – well, you never quite know what you’ll find there!

This stage has built up a real following and this year we are delighted to announce that Cryer Folk will be our hosts in 2022.

Cryer Folk club meet every second Tuesday of the month at the CryerArts centre. For more information about them email cryerfolk@gmail.com

Details of the 2022 line up to be announced soon so watch this space !

 

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Performers in 2019

11.30am – Rory Gilbert
Rory plays acoustic guitar and writes and performs folk, jazz, pop, blues, 'whatever comes out' kinda songs.
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11.55am – Pena Hughes-John
Pena is a solo singer/songwriter who performs her songs accompanied with her Ukulele.
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12.20pm – Indo DNB
Harvir plays tabla and raises the energy levels by the power of the tabla drums!
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12.45pm – Jessica Stevens
As a poet and spoken word artist, I use my voice to be heard.
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12.55pm – The Surrey Ukeaholics
They play modern pop as it was meant to be played, on ukulele. Expect the unexpected.
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1.20pm – Breathe
Breathe are a duo encompassing a variety of predominantly folk / indie acoustic arrangements with an element of world music
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1.45pm – Gecko
Gecko are a song trio is Rosalie on accordion, keyboard and vocals, Norman on lead guitar and Roger on rhythm
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2.10pm – Zero Carbon Band
 'Original' dadaist eco toons, some family friendly covers, may contain audience participation.
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2.40pm – Adam Green
Singer and songwriter - with his intricate guitar parts, raspy vocals and catchy choruses, Adam Green is an upcoming artist
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3.10pm – Emily Clair
Singer, songwriter, pianist, teacher & bee enthusiast mixing heartfelt harmonies and melodies with a dash of craziness.
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3.40pm – The Frisbys
Fronted by twin sisters Helen and Nicola Frisby, The Frisbys are an alt-country band from South London.
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4.15pm – Fingers Malone
Psychedelic rock, inspired by the 1960’s and lost in the 21st century.
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4.50pm – The Dylan Rabbit Experimental Laboratory
The Dylan Rabbit return to their spiritual home to experiment with eggs, monsters and various messes.
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5.20pm – Mad Bess and Mikey B
Very popular, local duo bringing you fun and entertainment via classic pop and rock covers.
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Carshalton EcoFair

August Bank Holiday Monday, Carshalton Park, Ruskin Road, Carshalton, Surrey
Carshalton EcoFair
Carshalton EcoFair
The EcoFair is a community event run by volunteers. It's an opportunity for people of all ages and walks of life to meet and find out about all kinds of ways they can take part in making their community a better place, or just come along and enjoy the day!
Carshalton EcoFair
Carshalton EcoFair
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Carshalton EcoFair
Carshalton EcoFair
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