Concert & Talk: Richard III - The Legendary 10 Seconds
Date: 5 March 2016
Join us on Sat 5th March for our folk music concert night.
Main act 'The Legendary Ten Seconds' will be performing music from their albums and talking about the songs inspired by the life and times of Richard III. Ian Churchward of The Legendary Ten Seconds will talk about the aspects of Richard III’s life which inspired the songs on their albums. The music is played in an English folk rock style with a strong medieval influence. The The Legendary Ten Seconds have released three albums on the life and times of Richard III, and their music has received much critical acclaim.
Supporting act 'Renaissance Folk' will be singing traditional British Folk Songs and Renaissance Music.
Refreshments will be available before the performance.
Doors open at 6.15pm with the first performance at 7pm.
Tickets £7.50 or £8.50 on the door.
To book tickets or for more information: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01803 293975
Money raised from the concert will be used by Torquay Museum, a registered charity, to help conserve and display its extensive collection of artefacts.
To find out more about the 'The Legendary Ten Seconds' click here . Some praise for their music and albums:
5.0 out of 5 stars life and death of King Richard in song, 7 Feb. 2015
By: StoneLord1 "J.P. REEDMAN" (England)
A great idea, chronicling the life and death of King Richard and ending with the finding of his remains in a carpark in Leicester. Interesting blend of rock, folk and medieval-sounding music.
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific!, 20 Dec 2013
By jazzycat "Gloucestershire Girl" (Gloucestershire, England)
If you like good folksy music with a modern slant, excellent production, originality and King Richard III, here's where to find all four. As a Ricardian, I wondered what this could possibly be like, but the word is SUPERB. I have played the whole thing a number of times already, even though I only bought it this morning and it's not yet even 1 p.m. I must also congratulate whoever created the excellent cover art.
Definitely a good buy that conjures the period and charisma of Richard III, and I have no hesitation at all in recommending it.