Fri 22 October, 2021 Fri 22 October
October 22nd 2021
Onstage from 20:00
Drum and Bass MC turned singer-songwriter Billy Rowan, aka The Undercover Hippy, is definitely not your average singer songwriter. Described by Tom Robinson (BBC6Music) as being “like the love-child of Steel Pulse, Kate Tempest and The Sleaford Mods”, his music brings together powerful messages, infectious reggae rhythms, and the lyrical delivery of a skilled mc. Combining intelligent, provocative lyrics with dangerously catchy hooks and a feel good groove, this is music for the thinking man to shake his arse to. Think Nattymeets Eminem…on a protest march…at the Edinburgh Fringe.
“Beautifully produced agitprop reggae flavoured rap” “Like the love-child of Steel Pulse, Kate Tempest, and The Sleaford Mods”
- Tom Robinson, BBC6Music
“Delivers big, weighty messages with an optimistic and entertaining light-heartedness”
- On The Beat (review of album launch)
“A solemn reminder that even the most powerful are fallible”
- Record of The Week – Camden New Journal
“A powerful masterpiece… weaves together humour and shrewd political commentary to create a catchy, fun and renegade modern protest album that could not be more relevant”
£16 on the door
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Our goal is to provide an excellent personal service to our customers and to do this requires a lot of resource. The booking fee we levy contributes to the cost of running the Quay Arts Centre, its Box Office and Box Office systems. As a charitable not for profit organisation all income is used to support the delivery of arts and cultural activities to our local community.
Did you know we serve an evening menu before the show?
Our delicious evening menu will be served 6 – 7.30pm before the show. Booking is essential!