Thank you very much to the Exmouth Journal’s Paul Strange for his review of this year’s Scrumpstock:
Also, Meredith Collins posted a review on her blog Along Came a Cider, as she was luckily visiting the UK from America at the right time.
It was a huge pleasure to work with folk, pop country due Eyes for Gertrude.
My press campaign for this fantastic band included these publications.
A campaign for Eyes for Gertrude Produced
Writing services for music acts to publicise their releases online and in print.
Having worked in music promotion between 1995 and 2004 in various London venues, during which time I built up a portfolio of published articles about new emerging music artists, I work as radio, press and online PR manager for a music PR company and am now keen to take on new artists who want to publicise their music releases to the press and public.
Please email me on: email@example.com (while I set up new PR address) or call my office on 01326 619311 or 07863554763 to find out what I can do for or see the Sweet Sound PR – just launched page on this website.
Here is a review I wrote about a contemporary art show.
Martin Howse – September 2012
In September, 2012, performance and experimental artist Martin Howse – previously found in action at places such as the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London cooking up his creative work set to music with his contemporaries – chose Falmouth for his first solo show Execution.
Here is my review of this interesting and strange show, which incorporated itself beautifully into the Fish Factory’s exhibition space, with help from in-house and the artist’s own craftsmanship.
The review can be found alongside many other recent shows which have been held in Cornwall on the ArtCornwall.org website. Martin Howse Execution.
Comedians in Falmouth
Since I moved to Falmouth in 2011, I’ve seen two of favourite comedians perform within walking distance of where I live. One, Mark Steel, was at the Pavillion and the other, Josie Long, was at the Poly.
In a year I’ve also seen Henning Wehn, who was fabulous, Robin Ince, Seann Walsh (not my cuppa) and Jo Caulfield (laughed throughout). At the Pavillion, I also saw Simon Day from the Fast Show who seemed ill-advised in his performance of a reading from his autobiography for £14 a head.
It’s not just comedians but local theatre companies too. Owdyado Theatre toured Wrong-doings and Wake Up Calls at the Stop-Off Motel, which I saw at the Poly. Last night I saw Near-Ta Theatre’s Christmas Time in which two guys in jail get themselves worked up into Christmas excitement which climaxes with their own nativity musical.
Here’s a link to my review of Josie Long at the Poly in the local paper.
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