Music at the Museum: Brogue, Monkey See Monkey Do & The Ed Goodale Band
Across 2-nights, 6 bands will delight our guests at the Weald & Downland Living Museum starting with Saturday night’s ‘Music at the Museum’ featuring:
A Sussex-based Irish Folk trio who are very popular on the local music scene. Their lively mixture of jigs, reels and songs blending traditional tunes with powerful ballads will get every foot tapping
- Monkey See Monkey Do
Self-described as ‘folk-ish from the Southampton urban jungle’ with influences from everything from bluegrass to Irish trad.
- The Ed Goodale Band
The Ed Goodale Band – Ed Goodale is a young singer/songwriter from West Sussex who has the ‘gift’ of Asperger’s Syndrome. Ed’s love of music and performance helped him to understand his condition and he interprets his view of life through his songs with thought provoking lyrics and catchy riffs and melodies.
Along with brother Ollie on percussion, Ed has played extensively at gigs and festivals throughout the UK and Europe. He launched his third recording and first live album ‘The Gift’ at Glastonbury Festival 2017 with a set on the famous festival’s Strummerville Stage. ‘The Gift’ album is Ed & Ollie’s set recorded at the biannual Marillion Weekend in Holland in 2017; a further highlight that year was being followed on stage by The Pet Shop Boys at Henley Festival.
Ed & Ollie have been joined by guitar virtuoso Steve Ball on lead guitar and the driving bass of Steve Burrell to form The Ed Goodale Band which has lifted Ed’s music further and provides for a vibrant, energetic performance on stage; the full band’s debut album ‘La Barca’ was launched in the Spring of 2019.
Adults – £15.00
Child (up to 15 years) – £12.00
Tickets must be pre-booked
Doors open at 6.15pm for a 7:00pm start.
Please ensure you bring your proof of ticket purchase with you, either a printed copy or on your smartphone or tablet. Your ticket will be void and admission refused without proof of purchase.
Details are correct at the time of publication, but the Museum reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the programme.
Due to the nature of this event and for the comfort of everyone in the audience, please note that dogs are not permitted at the performance (except assistance dogs). The event is outside on grass – don’t forget to bring suitable seating and clothing as the performance will go ahead in all weather conditions!