22nd Sept 2007

and here’s who came

Little fish  – Tinlin  – Anne Cunningham&Dai
Justine Bard – Reverse Engineering 

BIM Chris Tanzi  – Rachel 

all completely excellent

before that

11th August

Festival 4

 ….  Larger than life Justine Hart


16th July 2007….The Drawingroom…back stage..where the stars mix with their adoring fans!

…and to the trained eye, Amy fondling a musician! The camera never lies..

  Alix Tinlin of Tinlin whose music kicked the show off

Anne Cunningham,

whose music and singing spontaneously brought tears of joy to the night.

a wonderful crowd of people always turn up, never disappointed by the night

 and the charm of this girl broke hearts all night long

Rachaelrachael, as she finished her set…

Previously back in June…

60,000 sell out  Francis Rodino with his amazing band performed here as their warm up gig on June 16th

(photos to follow) Fantastic gig, thank you also to 

and Reto…and all the people who made this such an amazing event

May 5th 2007… awesome weather, stunning line up, fabulous crowd, great food and all made hugely enjoyable and possible by
The Drawingroom team…..Sarah, James, Jess and Ewa; thank you
The music featured….

David Sin Gill Holdsworth TINLIN


…and feature the extraordinary passion, tenderness and power in the voice of

Harriet Green….

The last Festival of Music in Francis Yard of 2006 took place on the 30th of September……playing that night
the Celtic Folk Rock music of Zoox
the passionate rhythm of The Vitae Drum Circle
and London’s top session guitarist Tom Greenwood

If you missed it…what can I say…you keep promising to come!

It was truly magic.

Saturday 29th April – The first Music Festival of 2006 done that, fantastic!
Sunday 2nd July
 – Young Muso’s Festival starting in the afternoon…. done that too…
Wednesday 21st June – Jess Fest – we’ll all met at Coombe Hill
with food, wine, drums, guitars
 and lanterns…(only Jess was not there!)

August 5th …My eldest son, Edwin’s birthday…another excuse for a party

It’s music, BYO, fish&chips or Lamb kebab, starts at 7.30 PM tickets £12

Just some of the people who have performed here

David Sin – Rock
Tom Greenwood – acoustic guitar
Kirsty Hawkshaw – dance – ambient
Katie Buckhaven – ambient acoustic rock
Dai Edwards – Folk
Sam Cunningham – Rock&pop
Anne Cunningham – Folk

Don Perera 
Royal Academy of Music
Classical and acoustic guitar
Lizzie M …as seen on BBC three time this year
Singer song writer (Rock)
Katcha Blues and Jazz)
Reto Singer song writer (Rock)
Les Payne Singer song writer (Rock)
Rew Singer song writer (Metal)
Alex McEwan (signed & published Artist)
Singer song writer (Rock and pop)
Anna Stokes
Royal College of Music

Here’s the form.
No tickets required, and no entrance fee,
but I would appreciate an email to indicate if you are planning to come and how many….please.
Tickets for these events are normally £15 each
but in order to make this more inclusive,
I am asking you to make a contribution to costs of what ever you feel you can.

The event starts at 2 pm and will continue through the day/evening until about 10pm allowing you to come and go during the day.

Hope to see you here!
We’ve just had a fabulous night of music, food and great company on February 11th 
This was a Charity Fund raising night and to date have raised nearly £700 for Shed in the Park, a local branch of Chicken Shed and all this through the fantastic support of you guys…..so thank you. Much of the money was raised by an outright gift of a sculpture by Ronald Cameron. Ronald and his life long soul mate, friend and wife, Dorothy have always been so supportive of The Drawingroom; last year he donated a sculpture and this contributed to raise £2000, enough to buy eight fishing boats for the fishing village of Boosa, Sri Lanka. following the boxing day tsunami.
MASSIVE STARS……as usual THE BLUE REVIEW who stole the show with their absolutely brilliant, exciting and professional show. Thank you Alex&Rolf,

These guys really are two to watch, rising stars indubitably.

On a personal note, please, get behind the THE BLUE REVIEW in any way you can, they so deserve the recognition. They write and produce their own distinctive, unique sound, Rock and Pop, laced with melodic harmonies and powerful rhythms.