Mrs H and the Sing-Along Band
  • Brighton Fringe

Mrs H and the Sing-Along Band bring their unique family music to Brighton Fringe for the first time.Their aim is provide quality music for children, that adults will love too.Bringing together elements of Folk, Soul, Afro, Latin, Dub, comedy and theatre, this unique band presents the sing-along with a new lease of life for all the family to join in with. Headed up by Mrs H on lead vocals and guitar, the all-star band includes members of Red Snapper, Emily Barker and The Red Clay Halo, Beth Ortons band and The Leisure Society, on an array of instruments including guitars, banjos, double bass, accordion and trumpet.The tour is in support of their new sing-along book Mrs H Sings, which pulls material from their two albums as well as some brand-new tunes.Bring your voices, silly dances, a sprinkling of mischief and dont hold back from joining in the fun!Sing-along is always a powerful reminder that life can be full of joy even in the hardest of times (The Royal Court),With her unique spirit she can woo capacity audiences to sing, dance and forget the world outside (Camp Bestival).

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