A musical imagination

‘Climb that Tree’ is songwriter David Gibb’s musical journey through his imagination, a place where wolves are roaming the corridors at school, bears live in cupboards and a trip to the moon is often a regular occurrence. David engages with the audience as he introduces them to his magical musical tree and shares a new song as each flower opens.The award-winning musician draws from a wide range of influences including rock and roll, reggae and jazz.

Join in and sing along in this performance the whole family can enjoy at Chelmarsh Parish Hall on Friday 21 February at 1.30pm.

Tickets are priced at £5 – call 01746 860780 or visit artsalive.co.uk.

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