Iris Brickfield, We Make Culture & Alphabetti Theatre present
Iris Brickfield LIVE on the D'Addario Stage supported by Lottie Willis
SATURDAY 7TH MAY 2022
Performance Time: 9:00pm
Covid-19 Policy: This production will have socially distanced tickets which will sell out fast, audience numbers vary depending on restrictions.
Tickets: Pay What You Feel (booking essential)
Running Time: Approx. 60 mins
Age Rec: 16+
Iris Brickfield are a two-piece synth-rock band based in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Made up of Ilana Hawdon on vocals, guitars and drums, and Elis Knowles-Levitt on synths, keys, and backing vocals, they formed in mid-2020, in the midst of the pandemic, writing and recording songs from two different countries. Their debut EP "Hold On My Lovers" caught attention from across the local music scene, and saw them play their first headline gig at a sold out Cumberland Arms in Newcastle.
Check them out here:
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/irisbrickfieldband/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/irisbrickfieldband
Lottie Willis is an immensely talented songwriter ready to explode out of the Sunderland music scene. At just 18 years old she has already gained an anticipative audience across the North East with radio support from BBC Introducing as well as performing shows for the likes of Summer Streets Festival (run by The Futureheads' Ross Millard), MUNRO Festival and Tracks.
Kickstarting her musical career by joining We Make Culture's Young Musicians Project at the age of 14 Lottie began to find her identity as a songwriter. Lottie's constantly evolving story has previously seen her share stages with the likes of The Lake Poets and Paul Smith (Maximo Park).
We Make Culture are a social enterprise, based in Sunderland, and deliver high quality music-making programmes across the city. Alphabetti Theatre have teamed up with We Make Culture’s Young Musicians Project to provide their participants a safe, professional platform to perform, offering support slots to these incredible young artists.