'Frankly Genius' - The Guardian
'Camp, cheeky and hugely entertaining!' - Time Out
'This is kooky British silliness at its best.' - Big Issue
The brainchild of Eliza Skelton and fellow musician David Bramwell this is a unique night of entertainment for Wicker Man enthusiasts, with live music, audience sing-a-longs, and many other treats and surprises.
Among others Sing-Along-A-Wicker-Man has been performed across the UK at Komedia Bath, Duke of Yorks Brighton, UPP Oxford, Belfast Film Festival, Wickerman Festival Scotland, Lowry Theatre Manchester, Phoenix Cinema Oxford, Electric Palace Hastings, Kimberly Festival, Ritzy London, Sheffield University, Green Man Festival, Secret Garden Party, Wilderness Festival, Stewart Lee's ATP - Prestatyn.
For further details and booking information visit drbramwell.com/wickerman
'Haunting and melodically beautiful.' - The Sunday Times
Oddfellow’s Casino have been quietly releasing albums since 2002. Hailing from Sussex, Oddfellow's are an ensemble whose music and live performances centre around forgotten corners of England, landscapes, ghosts, death and an old Victorian freakshow from which the band takes its name.
For more information on Oddfellow's Casino visit www.oddfellowscasino.com
Recent session work includes vocal work for BBC and Netflix series The Serpent with music by composer Dominik Scherrer, lead vocals on 'Lady Blue' and 'Blue Requiem' for David Palfreyman and Nicholas Pegg's concept album 'Decades', and recording with film composer Rob Lord for UK horror feature film 'Writer's Retreat'
Music by Dominik Scherrer
Music and Lyrics: David Palfreyman
Visit decadesthealbum.com for further information
Music and Lyrics: Rob Lord
Visit Roblord.com for further information
Recent voice over work includes providing the narrative voice for two films by experimental film maker Abigail Sidebotham, Tattered Rocks and Auditorium and providing post-sync for Eric Woods
PRODUCTION MUSIC FILM /TV/THEATRE
Original music for short film Linking Rings.
Examples of a new collaboration with Eric Woods on the album Cinematico for LiftMusic released spring 2019.
Written for short film noir 'The Guest'