Oliver Manning and James Ewan Tait | Friday 21st April from 6pm | Pay whatever you like
Songwriter, musician and Bank Street Arts resident Oliver Manning is currently recording his forthcoming album in the various spaces around our building. While he’s played a few impromptu gigs with us since his residency began, Oliver’s first ‘official’ BSA performance will be taking place on the evening of Friday 21st April. The show is a co-headliner with fellow songwriter James Ewan Tait, who’s returning to Bank Street Arts after surviving an appearance at comedian in residence Sean Morley’s Glang Show last year.
The evening gets underway at 6pm and admission costs whatever you feel comfortable paying. The first single from Oliver’s album, ‘The witch from my dream’, will be released during the gig as a pay-what-you-want download. Click here to listen to an embryonic instrumental version of it.
Eleven fragments of Oliver’s album being recorded:
James playing a session for Riffly Live: