Come to The Allotment TODAY: Broadcast 2000, I Said Yes and Al Lewis and Sarah Howells

The time has come, and For Folk’s Sake and Anika in London will be delighted to welcome you to The Allotment this evening.

We have teamed up with Anika for this, the first of many, London band nights characterised by excellent music, a DIY attitude and, perhaps most importantly, free For Folk’s Cakes.

For our first show today – Wednesday 7th October – we’ve invited long-time FFS favourites Joe Steer of Broadcast 2000 (EP review here, interview here), Al Lewis and Sarah Howels (EP review here) and I Said Yes (live review here). We’re mega excited about seeing such a lovely line-up all in one place.

Delicious For Folk’s Cakes are being made for your consumption by Nigella-alike Helen from FFS, FFS’s wee sister Ailsa Roberts – who’s famous all over Hampshire for her culinary skills, and the wonderful Arabella Cooper-Maddox.

The basement of the Betsey Trotwood is going to be thoroughly decked out with handmade decorations, and there’ll be some  Allotment paraphernalia on sale including Anika in London comics drawn straight onto canvas bags.

Doors are at 7.30pm with the first band on at 8.30. Tickets cos £5 or £6 with a handmade programme. The Betsey’s nearest tube is Farringdon and the address is 56 Farringdon Rd, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 3BL.

We hope to see you there!

Words: Lynn Roberts