Filed under: Musical | Tags: Ally Craig, Bug Prentice, David Tudor, gig, gigs, james maddren, live music, Oxford, Ruth Goller, single launch, The Bullingdon
We are celebrating the release of Nicholas Ray / Spoons with a headlining spot at the Bullingdon in Oxford. Unfortunately Stephen is unavailable for this gig, so Ally and Ruth will be joined on drums by James Maddren. Support acts include David Tudor, with more to be announced. Further info on facebook.
Filed under: Internet, Musical | Tags: Ally Craig, Awkward Actors, Bug Prentice, Liam Martin, music video, Nicholas Ray, Ruth Goller, Stephen Gilchrist
Ahead of next month’s download single release, here’s the new music video for Nicholas Ray. It was directed in suitably noir-ish fashion by Liam Martin, starring Shan Sriharan and a cast of Awkward Actors.
We are also reviewed and ‘introduced’ in the March 2015 edition of Oxford’s music paper, Nightshift.
Filed under: Musical | Tags: Ally Craig, Bug Prentice, double A-side, Nicholas Ray, Ruth Goller, Spoons, Stephen Gilchrist
Nicholas Ray / Spoons is our new double A-side single. It will be available to download via Bandcamp in March, and is taken from our forthcoming debut album, The Way It Crumbles.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Ally Craig, Ben Bastin, charity, Childish Things, disability, Helen and Douglas House, Oxford
Next month, Ally will once again be appearing at Childish Things. The charity concerts will be held at Oxford’s New Theatre on Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th March 2014. Raising money for Helen and Douglas House respite care centres, Childish Things is in its tenth and final year. Tickets Acts confirmed so far include:
Monday 24th March
Morgan and West
Out of the Blue
Tuesday 25th March
Morgan and West
Out of the Blue
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Ally Craig, Ben Bastin, Bug Prentice, Liberty Festival, National Paralympic Day, Olympic Park, Stephen Gilchrist
Ally Craig is playing a set at Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival, part of National Paralympic Day at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday 7th September 2013. He will be joined by Ben Bastin on double bass, and fellow Bug Prentice member Stephen Gilchrist on drums.
For the first time at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the Liberty Festival presents an exciting programme of Deaf and disability arts including street theatre, dance, live music, film, installations and children’s activities. Don’t miss the new dance performance commissioned exclusively for Liberty Festival entitled Cube of Curiosity, prepare to be amazed by Graeae’s inspiring performance ‘The Limbless Knight’, plus there’ll be a special appearance from singer Andrea Begley, winner of the BBC’s ‘The Voice’.
Liberty Festival runs from 1-6pm, with Ally’s set starting at 2:25. Entry is free, no ticket required.
If you want to see some amazing disability sporting events, you need to register for free tickets from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Filed under: Downloads, Musical | Tags: BBC Introducing, BBC Introducing in Oxford, BBC Oxford, Beatles, Bug Prentice, Children in Need, fixers, george harrison, Greg Stuart, The Beatles, the dreaming spires, To Liesel
We appeared on BBC Oxford in October 2012 to perform our version of “Only a Northern Song” for Beatles Day, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first Beatles single. Now our song is available on iTunes as part of Cover Me Do, an EP featuring five Oxfordshire artists’ interpretations of Beatles songs. The full track list is:
- Bug Prentice – “Only a Northern Song” (Harrison)
- To Liesel – “Dear Prudence” (Lennon, McCartney)
- The Dreaming Spires – “It’s All Too Much” (Harrison)
- Greg Stuart – “Across the Universe” (Lennon, McCartney)
- Fixers – “Free as a Bird” (Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, Starkey)
Money can’t buy you love, but it can buy you some fine music. All proceeds go to Children In Need, so please please us and buy it.
Filed under: Internet, Musical | Tags: Childish Things, Helen & Douglas House, Oxford
Did you miss the Childish Things concerts in Oxford this Tuesday and Wednesday? Do you want to contribute to Helen & Douglas House? Watch the video below to find out about the great work done by H&DH, then you can make a donation via text message.
Text message donations only work for phones on UK networks, but there are other ways to donate.