Following on from our sell out Wassail on January 12th 2013 that included cockle warming food and performances by the Barley Wood Mummers and the wondrous Lori Campbell.
The Ethicurean is proud to present their Summer Solstice.
Full price tickets include:
A Solstice Feast
Menu to be announced.
A Somerset Cabaret
Imagine if the Wurzels ran the Moulin Rouge for one night and then condensed it into 10 minutes.
-The Story of the Three Strawboys-
The Barley Wood Mummers will be performing once again after the sell out Wassail in January. This performing troupe are made up of a collection of staff and friends of The Ethicurean. They are joined this Summer by the creative minds of Jim and Leah Parkyn. Jim is a model maker and animator and has made everything from Pirates beards and fish lips to hundreds of Gromits’ for Aardman. As with all of our seasonal celebrations expect unpolished performances that communicate the messy business of life with a Somerset backdrop to rival the Minack Theatre…
2nd Drop Records’ Mark Gurney spinning records to the wee hours
As co-owner of the 5-year old critically acclaimed bass/ electronic music label, 2nd Drop Records, Mark Gurney has released records from a range of underground heroes to up and coming pop stars – from Pearson Sound to Jamie Woon. April 2013 saw the launch of Djrum’s debut album “Seven Lies” to widespread rave reviews from Mixmag, DJ, Crack and Clash Magazines.
The label receives DJ support from the likes of Jamie XX, Diplo, Ghostpoet, DJ Yoda, Rob Da Bank, Gilles Peterson, Gold Panda, Maya Jane Coles, Skream and many more!
Mark is also a music consultant, journalist and education consultant.2nd Drop Records celebrates it’s 6th birthday at Fabric, London on 19th July with Djrum, Randomer, Pedestrian, Onoe Caponoe and Markle.
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The Grande old estate of Barley Wood has fallen into disrepute as the Lords, Ladies, milk maids, grooms and matrons have taken to the woods for a Knees up with nature. Imagine what they would wear and then wear it.
Doors open at 8.30pm for evening ticket holders- £12