Laura Cress presents a Preview Special of this year’s Field Day for the Culture Show, featuring artists playing at the weekend and an interview with the festival founder Tom Baker.
Laura Cress reviews Field Day Weekend 2016 and speaks to people from Bleecker St, Beavertown Brewery, watches the Village Mentality Games and listens in on the Farnborough Concert Band along the way, all whilst listening to songs by James Blake, PJ Harvey, Mystery Jets and Mura Masa!
Laura Cress reviews Field Day weekend 2015 for the Culture Show, talking to festival goers, food stalls Smoking Goat (@SmokingGoatSoho) and Liberty Cheesesteak Company (CheesesteakUK) and the Village Mentality Games holders.
Laura Cress reviews the inaugural Sunfall at Brockwell Park for The Culture Show, featuring an interview with the co-founder of East London Japanese restaurant and DJ venue Brilliant Corners.
Laura Cress interviews Sunfall festival founders Andy Peyton (XOYO, The Nest, Phonox) and Noah Ball (Dimensions, Outlook) for East London Radio’s The Culture Show ahead of the inaugural event in Brockwell Park on 9th July as well as playing lots of artists from the day and night.
Tooting Arts Club’s acclaimed production of Sweeney Todd is moving to a new home on Shaftesbury Avenue this spring whilst Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop undergoes refurbishment, making it the first pop-up musical in the West End. Our reporter Laura Cress spoke to Jeremy Secomb who plays Sweeney Todd to find out more.
Our reporter Laura Cress caught up with Tim Wilson, one of the Directors of Vault Festival 2015. The underground arts and performance festival is being held at The Vaults on Leake Street in Waterloo for six weeks from 28th January, with music, theatre, comedy, cabaret and everything inbetween. Find out more about all the performances here.
In this Field Day special of The Culture Show Laura Cress interviews Tom Baker, the founder of the festival, and plays tracks by the artists performing at the upcoming weekender happening on 6th and 7th June at Victoria Park.