Songs of Dry Wit & Wet Reverb
What do you get when you cross Rupert Murdoch, monks bricked up in a café wall and middle-class Mums complaing about their local branch of Waitrose?
Songs of Dry Wit and Wet Reverb, of course. An irreverent, theatrical set com-prised of ditties written and composed by Paul Lawless and Gill Simmons (aka Moreish and Tangy) – suitable for any occasions including open mics and com-munity festivals.
This double-act was Born from a com-mission by the Bristol Architecture Cen-tre for their Sounding City: A musical map of Bristol project, to celebrate their 25th birthday.
North Street Fair, Bristol 9th September
Bakesmiths Café Open Mic, Bristol 16th April 2017
Shaftesbury Fringe Festival Friday 30th June 2017
Southbank Arts Trail, Bristol 14th May 2017
Sharp Teeth Scratch Night, The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol 30th October 2016
Sounding City: A musical map of Bristol Project (Bristol Architecture Centre 25th Birthday) 25th September 2016