Manager: RBL Music
Bio: Born in Inverness of musical parents - Holly Tomás (Donnie Munro Band) and Peter Michael Rowan (RBL Music, Acoustic Underground) - Séimí Rowan really had no hope of heading in any other direction. With an Edinburgh Fringe Ross Bandstand performance at 9, and his first self-produced CD (Slapbeat T... See Full BioMore Info
Private Show: An experiment in back to the future sees a (one-off?) return of the Common Grounds acoustic songwriter night, led by Holly Tomas, Seimi Rowan and Peter Michael Rowan. This time in the back room of the lovely Kilderkin pub, bottom of the Royal Mile. All songwriters, poets, performance junkies welcome, guitar and keyboard provided. The first half is open to u18s (until 8pm). The beer's excellent and so are the pizzas. What more could you want on a Friday night?
Charity Gig for Rachel House Children's Hospice, Kinross. More info from http://www.facebook.com/RachelHouseChildrensHospiceKinross
A special double at The Blue Blazer. Seimi Rowan, after four years of gigging and touring, is finally old enough to play a pub set. You can catch him unplugged and close up at The Blue Blazer, Spittal St, Edinburgh on Sun 19th Aug. Open mike at 8pm, he's on as main act at around 9pm. Host is some guy called Peter Michael something...
Captivate Drama present: SPRING AWAKENING. Spring Awakening follows a group of blooming teenagers and their terrified parents as they navigate the hilarious and horrifying experience of growing up. This brutally authentic view of youth illuminates a world of sexual shame, moral order, and too much Latin homework. Caught between what is ‘right’ and what is desired, adults and children alike are at once unbearably innocent, unbearably corrupt, and completely without answers. First performed under heavy censorship in Germany in 1906, Frank Wedekind’s play closed after one night amid public outrage and charges of obscenity. The radical content—which traces teenagers in their painfully funny contradictions of innocence—remains fresh and unsettling even in our own sex-saturated culture. (description courtesy of Lonesome No More! Theatre Company)