16 July; Ivy House Mini Festival London SE15. £3 after 6pm (free for musicians) - Men And Gods, Anita Maj and more
Rock / Blues / Folk / Acoustic
Saturday 16 July
The Ivy House Mini Fest
Damien Renouf Band, Men And Gods,Anita Maj, Bacardiac Arrest, Joe Wilkes, Jamie Fisher (live) + DJs The Heartbreakers & playing class friends on the decks.
4pm until late. Live music show 6pm.
£3 after 6pm
Free entry all night for artists/musicians/industry – RSVP – calendar booking session.
The Ivy House, 40 Stuart Road, Nunhead, London SE15 3BE
Tel: 020 7732 0222 http://www.ivyhouselondon.com/
The Stars : DO check these links. HAPPENING bill. Musicians galore in the house tonight so possibly some extra ‘turns’(!), come early...
Damien Renouf Band -
The word of mouth folk rock outfit with instant hooks and charm.
Men And Gods
Hot alt blues rock with massive acclaim for their eponymous debut album on America’s Pacific Records.
Bluesy powerpop making waves both sides of the Atlantic courtesy of forthcoming debut LP ‘Truth Or Dare’
Intense love of rythm and blues, rock'n'roll - very live!
A local legend of beautiful music, Joe has played with Bert Jansch, Beth Orton andhared a stage with Harold Pinter (!)
The Officer Kicks guitarist got such a great reaction to his solo material that he’s hit the circuit running. http://soundcloud.com/fishstudio/just-like-that-demo
The Heartbreakers DJs (played for everybody from Pop Levi, Camden Barfly, Leeds Festival and Classic Rock Awards
Rocklands insitagors) on the decks.
This is a get together about Sarf London at its co-collaborating, talented as fug, mingling vibe, best. http://facebook.com/event.php?eid=155928051145797
The Ivy House;
"A classic music hall stage and a performance alumni that includes Elvis Costello and Joe Strummer, this is an institution whose rescue is well worth celebrating" (The Pulse)
Three Bars, Real Ales, Touring Artists, Acoustic Folk, Film & pizza/burger nights, Function Room, Comedy/Cabaret, Quiz Nights, DJs and chef prepared Sunday Roasts. What’s not to LOVE?
The Ivy House is home to a 1920s theatre stage and real ale. It has hosted “an array of musicians, performance artists and general weirdness.“ (Time Out) over the years, including the likes of Jo Brand and Ian Dury. A friendly place with the occasional boot sale market and a hub of South East London creatives, A special place, as highlighted in The Guardian, it is considered those in the know, as one of the capital’s treasures.
Travel – zone 2 - Stuart Road is at the top of Peckham Rye.
Buses 343 (5-10 mins from New Cross, 24 hours) and 484.
Rail; Brockley (East London Line) and Nunhead