Saturday 22nd September 2012

What's on!                 

09.00 - 10.00

Yoga with Tanya - please bring a yoga mat



10.00 - 14.00

Various Workshops - Green woodworking | Nature Activities | Guided Wildlife Walk | Arts and Crafts | Healing | Zumba | Dance | Music - banjo, guitar, voice | Face painting and more. Look out for more information on site about where and when to find them. 



Harvey Taylor

1300 & 15.00 - bar stage

The amazing Harvey Taylor is a 14 year old Helston Community College student, who started playing guitar when he was 8. He played his first gig when he was 9 and has since successfully raised over £2000 through various local gigs. He plays a wide variety of covers, from Bob Dylan, Neil young, James Taylor to Pink Floyd & Oasis.


  Harvey Taylor

Bagas Crowd

13.00 - main stage

Bagas Crowd is Cornish for fiddle group. They have performed all over Cornwall from the Eden Project to Pendennis Castle. “Bagas Crowd” or “the Crowders” is made up of musicians of all ages playing a range of instruments often including fiddle, cello, double bass, crowdy crown and the hurdy gurdy. They give a lively and soulful performance that will get many feet a-tappin’ with a vibrant repertoire of Cornish music.


  Bagas Crowd

Lucy & Andy Hamer

14.00 - main stage

winners of the Lizard's Got Talent competition 2011, the couple played their debut gig here at Henry's Little Big Gig last year. This year they will be playing a few extra numbers, giving us some popular laid back covers. (This lady has one amazing voice!! - a treasure not to be missed) 



  Lucy Hamer

Gwellhellin Goth 

14.30 - main stage

This unique Cornish show band springs from the synergy of three highly talented professional musicians from wildly differing backgrounds who create an irresistible performance drawn from their world-wide experiences on the road and on stage. Vintage classic and thoroughbred melodies, high mileage harmonies, 'duchy and eastern', jazz, low-down boogie, skiffle, rock n roll, gypsy roots, hairy solos, torch songs with a brand new battery and original reflections in the mirror of time.



  Gwellhellin Goth

JP Cooper

16.00 - main stage

Hailing from Middleton North Manchester, playing a blend of folk, blues, soul and gospel. JP Cooper is an intriguing prospect amongst aspiring British Singer Songwriters. Listening to him perform, either alone or with his band, bears witness to an honesty, intensity and power evoked via the simplest of orchestration.

JP has been singing with Manchester’s finest gospel choir, The Manchester Sing Out Choir (nominees for the National Gospel Awards), for the last few years. An unusual training ground for an acoustic singer-songwriter you might think… but it’s one that has enabled him to develop an extraordinarily soulful warmth to his vocal whilst retaining a genuine folksy feel and has informed a real leftfield approach to his song writing.


  JP Cooper

71 Chain

17.30 - main stage

71 Chain are mainly Rock orientated, but also influenced by Blues and even English Folk. They are a Southampton based band rapidly making a name for themselves in the local area, but they are proud to have fans as well as far afield as Denmark and Germany. 

They write their own material and released their debut album “You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone” in September 2011.



  71 Chain

Megan Edlin

19.00 - bar stage

Meg is a 17 year old guitarist singer/songwriter who plays a fantastic mix of original indie/folk material and covers of artists like Ed Sheeran, Ben Howard, Bon Iver and Gotye with the odd acoustic version of a well known pop song thrown in. It's a real treat to have her on the line up.



  Meg Edlin

Rosie Vanier

19.30 - main stage

Cornish girl Rosie Vanier’s early love of glitter and theatrical make up was borne from an unusual source - The Cure were her babysitters. Teenage band line ups ebbed and flowed until Rosie’s first modest taste of fame and fortune arrived whilst fronting Rosie and The Goldbug. Her sex kitten, Betty Boop-gone-bad vocals, pummelling bass and choruses to die for quickly found favour with audiences at venues and festivals up and down the land. 

Press, radio and TV followed, culminating with international tour shows with one of Rosie’s childhood heroes, Cyndi Lauper. ‘The Neon Nightmare Tour’ in spring 2012 sees Rosie embark on a new, exciting solo adventure armed only with voice and Wurly keys.



  Rosie Vanier


21.00 - main stage

[SPUNGE] are a fantastic ska punk band based in Tewkesbury, England who regularly tour the UK and further a-field. Over the years have played alongside bands such as Green Day, Dropkick Murphy’s and Bowling for Soup, as well as other well established UK bands. Their music is a unique blend of ska, punk and rock, with a great balance mellow tone and mayhem. Spunge have taken influence from artists such as Sublime, Stiff Little Fingers. Clash, Green Day, Bob Marley and The Specials amongst many others, all apparent in their bouncy blend.

I saw these guys play in N.I back in 1999, they have never failed to get a crown moving so be sure to ‘don’ some springs as you are guaranteed to do some jumping around


Open Mic Session

22.30 - 02.00 - Fire Pit

  Open Mic
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