Independent circus performer, aerial teacher
and creative wellbeing specialist
BEAT EVENTS host intimate and immersive live events celebrating seasonal traditions and festivals.
The events take place on glamping site, Barefoot and Bower, a beautiful, tranquil setting, hidden deep in an ancient forest with spring fed lakes.
This hidden gem sits at the foothills of May Hill Gloucestershire.
Day of the Dead event
Seasonal swim/paddle, sing and supper
Join us to celebrate the seasons with a swim or bring your paddleboard, food and a facilitated group singing session round the fire.
If singing is not for you , just sit back and listen.
For Dates and to book
Lazy Sundays at The Temple Tent hosted by Rob Barnaville
While away your Sunday afternoon with friends listening to live acoustic music by some of the finest singer songwriters and musicans.
Bring a picnic and your swimmers. Tea and cake will be on sale.
The sessions will run on the first Sunday of the month starting in June.
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Alex Taylor June 4th-
Alex Taylor is “a genius with a loop pedal… and his voice is stunning” – Metro
Bristol based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumental loop pedal artist. Already compared by reviewers to the
likes of Bill Withers, John Martyn and Jeff Buckley, Alex Taylor is one of the shining lights of the acoustic
scene and a troubadour of world-class standing.
Vist www.alextaylor.com to find out more about Alex
International Acoustic Fingerstyle Afternoon July 2nd
Becky Langan is a percussive fingerstyle guitarist who employs a combination of extended techniques that explore the outermost reaches of the acoustic guitar.
“What I love about her playing is that she never rests in one place. It really
feels like a lot going on”
- Nitin Sawhney
Vladimir Chernyshov is an Ukrainian modern fingerstyle guitarist and composer.
The first single “Hellen” was released in October 2016. It’s an inspiring and melodic composition is full of romance and has conquered the hearts of music lovers all over the world. The second single “Goodbye”, more virtuosic, percussive and no less emotional, followed at the end of 2016.
April 9, 2017 Vladimir took part in a concert in memory an outstanding jazz guitarist, teacher and musician Vladimir Molotkov.
An exceptional feature is the different guitar tune in each composition, love-minor melody and the absolute devotion to the cause.
The Harry Brown's of Bristol - August 6th
The Harry Browns of Bristol are possibly the UK’s most longstanding purveyors of sea shanties and songs of the sea. They have been performing for over thirty years and have sung at many major maritime festivals across the UK and Europe.
The group pride themselves on the quality of their sound, their sumptuous harmonies and arrangements and for paying respect to the maritime traditions and the courage of those who put to sea. They like to sing either acapella or accompanied with fiddle and guitar.
... and the group love to entertain and have fun! They have an instinct for seeking out willing audience members to join in their jolly japes and help them enact their more light hearted songs.
Visit www.harrybrowns.co.uk for more info
Tallulah Rendall- September 3rd
Nominated for the Woman of the Future Arts & Culture Award in 2014 and hailed as ‘London’s most creative woman’ by AOL, Tallulah was one of the first artists to introduce crowdfunding in 2006 with her first EP Without Time.
Celebrated by Latitude Festival for her “Voice of an angel”, she was the first musician to introduce Living Room Tours across the UK. She performed on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square as part of Antony Gormley’s One & Other project, and has played to crowds of 10,000 plus at festivals worldwide, including Glastonbury and The Secret Garden Party
Immersive Storytelling events - with live music, circus and food
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Day of the Dead-
Join us for an evening of disturbing myths and beautiful music, set in a beautiful intimate woodland setting hidden deep in an ancient forest. Within the atmospheric surrounds of Temple Tent, Calm waters lake and Dragon Fly wood Musicians, aerial and fire performers will weave their enchantments over an audience of souls willing to be twisted, cajoled and horrified.
"It was a stunningly beautiful evening"
If you would like to book accommodation in a yurt on Calm Waters lake visit www.barefootandbower.co.uk