Protest Songs. A free 6-week workshop programme open to all who would like to sing with us, no matter what your singing experience. All the music will be taught by ear by our facilitator has wide experience in leading community […]
Last (for the time being) of the videos from our 21st May concert at the Museo del Romanticismo in Madrid.
Another song from our concert at the Museo del Romanticismo.
A first video from our 21st May concert at the Museo del Romanticismo, Madrid: “Riding on Top of the Car”, first performed and recorded by George Lashwood, 1905.
Another great Radio Days concert, this time a musical ‘magic lantern’ show to an audience of around 200 people at the Museo del Romanticismo, Madrid, on the theme of travel and technological innovation in transport from around 1870 to 1901. […]
Radio Days had a great time today at the Geffrye Museum’s World War One day. Music-hall songs, soldiers’ songs, and me trying to explain to kids about the “King’s shilling”.
A few more pics of Saturday’s performance, with warmest thanks to photographer Laili Kwok and to Mark Atkinson for sending.
So here we are in Portobello Market, Saturday 30th May 2015, at the wonderful display in Tavistock Square of antique bicycles by the Veteran Cycle Club. Apposite, as María had delivered a brilliant performance of Daisy Bell just an hour […]
A very enjoyable presentation yesterday at East Sheen Library, Richmond, of The Edwardian Kitchen. I realise we’ve now so much material, both musical and historical, that we cannot possibly pack it into the space of an hour … or two […]
One of our most enjoyable concerts to date, yesterday at The Red House Museum in Christchurch. An engaged and really appreciative audience, and great support and genuine enthusiasm from the museum staff. Even an opportunity to contribute to the making […]