Elaine Lennon – The Homebird Sessions
October 01, 2022
Start time - 20:00
Crail Community Hall
Elaine Lennon – The Homebird Sessions at Crail Community Hall
“A must for music fans and writers everywhere – relaxed, warming and welcoming.”
“Lennon has created a wonderful format for sharing songs and how they come into being. I was flattered to be asked to take part in such an enjoyable and original show. Brilliant!”
Lennon created the online version of the Show at the start of the lockdown in 2020 as a way of maintaining contact with her fans.
The Show’s intention is to create an intimate and welcoming space for Lennon and her guests to connect with audiences as they take turns to perform acoustic versions of their songs, sharing stories behind them alongside gems of wisdom from their musical journeys.
With her warm and informal interview style (which includes an audience interactive Q&A), Lennon’s overall ethos of nurturing and building the song-writing community has not only attracted an audience of music lovers and fellow artists alike, but has also lead to an impressive international line-up of talented song-writer guests wanting to take part and earned Lennon a nomination for the 2021 UK AMA ‘Hero’ award (Americana Music Association) for her work in the song-writing community.
The Sessions now have their own Bandcamp Page and Youtube Channel where collaborative guest projects are released, the first of which was THE LIGHT in December 2021, a collaboration between Lennon, Yvonne Lyon and Adriana Spina. Not only was it the brand’s first release, it was also the first time a song had ever been specifically written, recorded, released and performed live at a TEDx Official event and formed part of their TEDx Talk.
Receiving high critical acclaim the Show now has a hybrid model of live on-line and in-person shows offered to Festivals, Musical Theatre & Arts Venues with Cumbernauld Theatre Trust at their Lanternhouse venue being the first to add it to their musical programme.
The venue, Crail Community Hall, with its wooden arched ceiling is the perfect setting for such an iconic show creating a fabulous atmosphere.
Crail Community Hall
Crail Community Hall is a beautiful and unique Grade B listed building set in the picturesque Royal Burgh of Crail. It was originally a Church building dating from the Edwardian period featuring a beautiful wooden roof linked with pairs of arches into the transepts. The building consists of two halls and a kitchen. The small hall holds 50 people and is directly linked to the kitchen through big folding doors. The large hall can seat up to 120 people, features a stage including professional theatre lighting and sound system, both of which are controlled from the gallery.
Address - Crail Community Hall, St Andrews Road, Crail, KY10 3UH
Phone no - 01333451206
Accessibility - Wheelchair access through side door opposite the car parkMore Info
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