The Unamplified Festival

22 Aug

Our dear friends at Live & UNamplified are hosting the first ever Unamplified Festival which will be happening in the beautiful setting of St Margaret house, Bethnal Green, bringing two days of unamplified music and spoken word to east London.

The festival, which is the first completely unamplified festival ever staged (believe it!) Takes place on the 1st and 2nd of September and will feature 40 acts, on three stages, over two days.

Curated by Live & UNamplified the festival will feature performances by some of the musicians that have featured at their events over the last two years (The Book Club, Old Vic Tunnels, Queen of Hoxton, Dead Dolls Club, Farm:Shop) confirmed are Gorgeous George, Happy Mammoth, Nick Mulvey, Josienne Clarke, Rhys Lewis & the Relics, Fur, Alex Mills, Julia Beil, Benjamin Folke Thomas, Bard, Elli Rumbold and many many more.

The Chill Pill Collective will be hosting the spoken word sessions spread out across both days featuring current UK slam champion Adam Kammerling, fast rising star Raymond Antrobus, the presenter of BBC Radio 4’s ‘Bespoken Word’ and ‘Rhyme and Reason’ Mr. Gee and many more of their wordsmith cohorts.

Expect some treasure hunts, maybe some dance offs, definitely some face painting and more besides with plenty to amuse kids of all ages especially as under 12s go free!

Tickets are £15 for the whole weekend, free to under-12s and can be purchased through wegottickets here

for more Information don’t hesitate to contact or call 07731016744

We will be there to soak up the abundance of talent. We hope to see you there.


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