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Kate Daisy Grant

F E A T U R E D   R E V I E W S

'Mesmerising...with fearless creativity' Clash Magazine

 

'Wit, warmth and something a bit like magic' Time Out

'One of our favourite artists' Tom Robinson BBC R6

'Beautiful...compelling, intriguing and magical. These are truly two of the finest, creative and outstanding musicians around and this is a show definitely not to be missed *****' Edinburgh Spotlight

(Kate's show with Nick Pynn, Edinburgh Fringe 2012)

N E W S

2023
 
TWO COMMUNITY MUSIC PROJECTS: 
 
Kate has written a new song with Nick Pynn and Newhaven community music groups, to be performed at a new winter festival, 'Harbour Lights', on 26th November.
An afternoon lantern making workshop is followed by a musicalprocession by the River Ouse. 
Free to attend and details are here
And.....

Following last year's music collaboration with Ignite Theatre for their production of 'A Grandmother's Grimm' by Xanthe Gresham-Knight,Kate will again be writing original music for 'James and The Giant Peach', to be performed in Meeching Hall throughout December. Tickets are on sale here

OTHER UPDATES

Kate continues to write and record production music for film, TV and theatre. She will also be producing at least one EP around the end of 2023/ beginning of 2024.

 

In 2018 Kate appeared in an independent film called 'I Made This For You', written and directed by Cristian Solimeno. It is a very moving story around a group of friends trying to prevent their friend committing suicide. Channel 4 has supported the film and the BBC have also given coverage to this beautiful film.

Watch 'I Made This For You' here

Latest Release

Thanks to all who came to the sold out live launch of the new neuroscience-inspired 'Lullaby' album with Nick Pynn and projection artist Peter Eyres  - 7th November at The Old Market, Brighton.

HEAR KATE INTERVIEWED BY KATHY CATON ON BBC SUSSEX ABOUT 'LULLABY' AND THE LAUNCH (FROM 1:08)

The album is now available on  iTunes, Amazon, Spotify etc and CDs are available through Bandcamp. 

Photo: Gaynor Perry

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