OPEN Music with Sheila and Friends - OPEN Ealing

OPEN Music with Sheila and Friends


Saturday 25th August 2018
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Orchard Cafe,
Singapore Road, W13 0EP

Tantalising your Senses…

We’ve an evening of wonderful music and food to round off the summer in style…


Saturday 25 August



Three acts performing an eclectic repertoire, scrummy food and friends – all the ingredients for a great Saturday evening. And it’s all happening at the Orchard Cafe – come along and join us.


Sheila Moylan & Martin Lau

Sheila Moylan’s unique combination of traditional Irish harp with the smoky blues texture of her alto voice makes for a bitter-sweet experience. She reinterprets traditional songs and gives a folk slant to modern songs. Martin Lau’s improvised flute floats over the top, resulting in a captivating multi-layered performance.



The Hyperspace Project

The Hyperspace Project (Filippo, Lorenzo and Andreia) is an extemporary band formed in 2016 with the purpose of crossing musical borders.
They use acoustic instruments in their performances to perform electronic cover tracks (Kraftwerk). Sax, guitar and voice typical roles will be mixed and explored. Improvisation and extemporary routes will be taken eventually. In a changing world that want us all to be digital robots, they promise to pay attention the acoustic sound – and they live up to that promise. “The Project aims to present a few songs that have been forgotten from the broad public but we believe to possess an unfading musical value. We like artists like Al Jarreau, Grace Jones, Carlos Gandel, Marvin Gaye, Tom Jobim, Dave Brubeck, Kraftwerk, John Coltrane, The Doors.”



Jimmy the Dog

Jim Ferrie grew up listening to Paul Gambaccini’s “American Top 100” and artists like Tom Petty, Steely Dan, Bruce Springsteen, Hall and Oates, Van Halen, Rick Springfield, Pat Benatar, Tom Waits, The Eagles and so on influenced his musical tastes. After years as a cover band keyboardist Ferrie discovered Steve Earle and others in the “Americana” genre and got the bug to start writing. Now he’s got some songs published and had a little bit of radioplay on the BBC and tries to get out and play open mics in London when he can. We are delighted he has found his way to the Orchard Cafe to play an acoustic set.

An opportunity to listen to Jimmy The Dog on SoundCloud


Bookings are closed for this event.