Riddler have very kindly been asked to play at Christiane Kubrick's Childwickbury Arts Fair; 3 days of fine art, music and all round general 'culture' on the Kubrick Estate at Childwickbury. It's now it its 6th year, and a wide range of attractions - Painting, Print Making, Cookery, Hat Maker, Glass Sculpture, T-Shirt Printing, Drumming, Illustration, Textiles, Spray Can Art, Wood Turning, Willow Sculpting, Ceramics, Stone Carving, Photography, & Live music from local bands all day Sunday and much more... including Adrian Edmonson and The Bad Shepherds :). Tickets are £6.60 for the day's events, and £15 for the evening Concerts, but Riddler will be on stage around 4pm on the Sunday afternoon. The surroundings are utterly beautiful, the people are fantastic, and there's tons on.
Riddler will be playing a 40 minute set at the Lavender Festival on Sunday the 14th of June. Should be a storm - the festival takes place all the way from Clapham Juntion up to Queenstown Road (a fair old way) and will have Bars, Stalls, Markets, and of course, Music (Pop, Rock, Steel Bands and Riddler :)). It's completely free, though the festival is in aid of Trinity Hospice - the aim is to raise over £10,000 this year.
We're baaack :). New material, new recordings, and a chance to trial some tunes. Come down for our first gig back, and the little party we fully intend to have afterwards! More details soon
This one is going to be huge. Liar's League Party is a literary event, and has teamed up with Playground@Proud for their second birthday. It's £5 on the door (7pm), which gets you a free drink, entry to Liar's League in the South Gallery, and shortly afterwards, FREE entry into The Playground, with (as they describe it) the rest of the fab things going on at Proud that night, which includes bands, burlesque, DJs and dancing ... Bands include Hook and the Twin, Strange Fruit and Riddler, and the Liar's League lineup is: BIGGEST & BEST LINE-UP FOR TUESDAY APRIL 21ST: 1. Today I Eat the World by Jarred McGinnis, read by Ben Farrow 2. The Sacred Elephant by Alan McCormick, read by Susan Crothers 3. When Scrabble Goes Bad by Clare Sandling, read by Ben Crystal INTERVAL 4. Hecho a Mano by Brindley Hallam Dennis, read by Camila Fiori 5. The Good Neighbour by Maggie Womersley, read by Steve Wedd 6. Lavender Bunny and the Big Brother House by Quintin Forrest, read by Will Goodhand
The Playground @ Proud - Join us for a fun Sunday out doing your Christmas shopping in a fantastic Camden Market, and hear a bunch of fresh music - all for FREE!