Davypoo has been busy fixing the distinctive lampshades ready for the new season of Mill Race Folk at Moot Hall in Elstow. They are an important part of the stage design as they are not only dressing, but also our very beautiful spotlights. Davy designed and made them himself. He is a very clever boy!
The next show is on Saturday 22nd of September at Moot Hall with Thom Ashworth and Jack Sharp. Tickets are available now
It’s the first of March. Spring is almost here. Ahhh, it reminds us of a Royston Wood song we recorded, ‘March March (the Morning Sun)’.
Except, this is actually a Christmas song.
And, um… Davy filmed it in the Autumn.
But you do get to see his sexy ankles. Hope you enjoy it!
Here are some photos of Davypoo hard at work, dressing the stage for a sold out Mill Race Folk event at The Place Theatre with Stick in the Wheel.
Davy fashioned a curious old tree from painted hessian sacking. He hung the trunk in the corner of the stage with twisting branches stretching outwards to the audience. Valdis Bulazs from The Place did a brilliant job at illuminating the beautiful ancient willow tree.
Davy is very thoughtful. He can create stunning performance spaces with magical little embellishments. Did you seen his handmade lampshades in the bar?
Our next event at The Place is on Tuesday 4th April 2017 with Daoiri Farrell. Support with MarisaJack&Davy. Tickets are available now.