SongFest - a micro-festival celebrating songs!

SongFest - Barnsdale Hall Hotel, Rutland.

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 a micro-festival celebrating really good songs and the folks who write them! 


Dean Friedman

Boothby Graffoe

Tracey Curtis



 “Every song in this show is a classic.” (London Theatre Guide), “Songsmith Extraordinaire” – (Music Week), “Stunning Musicianship” (HotPress), “Dean Friedman is entirely unique and utterly brilliant!” – (ThreeWeeks)… are just a few of the superlatives used to describe his unique and original talent.

Dean will be marking the 40th Anniversary of the release of his critically acclaimed and best-selling album, "Well, Well," Said the Rocking Chair' by performing, solo, the entire album, along with other fan favorites in a 90 minute set.

Boothby Graffoe


Here's what comedian Stewart Lee once said of Boothby Graffoe: 'Most stand-ups secretly want to be rock stars, their ambitions thwarted only by their total lack of musical ability. This man is unique amongst comedians, in that he’s a real musician, who has been moonlighting as a funnyman since re-naming himself after a Lincolnshire village sometime during the Thatcher era. Boothby Graffoe is a multi-talented, darkly hilarious, grade A British eccentric, who can twist your funny bone one minute, and break your heart the next. A musical comedy act who is more musical than most musicians, and funnier than most comedians.’

Tracey Curtis


Tracey Curtis describes herself as an anarchist, a vegan, an activist and mother who bases herself in Ammanford, West Wales. Tracey was a member of the truly wonderful post-punk pop band, Shelley's Children. Since then she's released three acclaimed solo albums containing deftly crafted and beautifully performed, heartfelt songs about real life, love, and politics. If you've never heard Tracey perform her joyous, delightly poignant and bitingly funny songs, you're in for a rare treat.