BBC Songwriter stages opening weekend gig at Levfest
BBC Singer Songwriter, Claire Mooney from Levenshulme will stage her annual Levfest gig in the newly opened Cedar Music Room above Freds Ale House on Saturday 21 October.
She will be joined by a number of special guests and support acts so get there early to get a good seat. Tickets are just £5.
We are delighted to welcome Claire Mooney back to Freds Ale House on Saturday 21st October. For the first time, Claire and her friends will play in our newly refurbished venue, The Cedar Room.
Tickets priced at just a fiver, are on sale at the Fred's Ale House bar or online via:
Described as a 'radical chanteuse', Claire's music has been defined by her passion and her politics. She writes of protest, peace, justice, love and life. Her performances contain a enthralling blend of passionate, playful and political songs.
Her strong views and skills as a social commentator, along with her ability to connect with all types of audience means that Claire is in demand not only as a performer but also as a compère and speaker at events. She is a regular guest and presenter on the BBC and other radio stations too. Claire has established a loyal fan base who appreciate diversity. She performs at festivals, art centres, theatres, clubs, conferences and seminars - from Hackney Empire to house parties and all places in between!
Her performances have been described as "funny, ironic and touching" by Gutter Girls and "A presence worth noting and, in such apathetic times, a force the music world clearly needs" by the Big Issue in the North.
"the numero uno female singer-songwriter in town...a bucketful of talent...really knows how to work an audience" (Manchester Evening News)