What a brilliant Glorie Days concert in Felpham last night!
A great crowd including some of my ex Glorie leaders and some ex little glories …who brought along little Glories of their own!
My, how time flies!
How I love doing these concerts…believe it or not but I actually find them relaxing!
Just some latest booking info as things keep changing.
Tomorrow I am doing a ‘sting’ concert at Crossways Christian Centre in St Ives Cambridgeshire, then on Thursday I will be doing another ‘Sting’ concert at St Mary’s Church in Comberton. Refreshments at 7 with a 7.15 start.
If you live near either, do try and get along.
On October 31st I will be doing a special ‘Praise Party’ in Bradford on Avon being held in the Public Hall in the town centre. This begins at 5.30 and there will be refreshments and craft as well.
The training day in Amersham on November 7th has been cancelled…so I’m no longer looking for bookings around that area the day before or after.
But..I really am looking to do other concerts on Thursday January 18th and Friday January 19th around Aylesham where I will be on the Saturday.
As I will also begin touring with the ‘Glorie Day’s concert next year, if you would prefer to host that rather than ‘Sting’ no problem. Financial details are the same. Concert details below.
Please get in touch asap if interested.
During 2018 / 2019 I will be touring Churches nationally to perform the new ‘Glorie Days’ concert.
Although I know adults will enjoy this concert I have also made it suitable for older children, but to clarify, this is NOT a children’s Praise Party reinvented under a different name!
There will be a bit of chat as I tell of some of the wonderful things that we learned and saw whilst working with children.
The songs will be both interactive and encourage participation, but it is a seated concert so I will not be asking people to jump up and down doing dances…unless of course they choose to!
So it’s an evening of faith building stories and favourite songs that I have written over the years that were first introduced to children but soon became the favourites of all ages.
(As always) just to let you know that I will be gigging in Bradford on Avon on Tuesday October 31st.
If anyone in the area fancies a visit on Wednesday Nov 1st (or Monday October 30th) please let me know.
You might be thinking there won’t be enough time to arrange things…my concerts take no time to arrange in fact on of the best ones I’ve done only booked me a week beforehand!
It’s just a case of telling people that I am with you and waiting to see who turns up on the night!
As I keep saying, numbers attending are not important but….being with you is!
And now for the last time of asking (sounds like reading out marriage banns) I am still available to do a ‘Sting in the Tale’ concert on Wednesday November 7th somewhere near Amersham, as that’s where I am the day before.
Remember numbers are not important and it need only cost the Church £50. let me know if you’re interested and would like more details
Here are a few comments from people who attended the concerts in the past couple of days and no…they are NOT from my relatives!
Thank you Ish for a fantastic heart warming & moving night.
It was a good fun evening sprinkled with some challenging thoughts.
It was great to see you last night and to hear the stories and songs. Thanks for being real.
Absolutely brilliant evening. So inspiring and such a blessing
Great time with minister Graham and friends at Coventry Baptist Church on Tuesday.
Lovely warm hearted people.
I was reminded of Jesus quote ‘in my fathers house are many rooms’….This church building must have the most rooms inside it I’ve ever seen.
Even the members were unsure how many there rooms there are!
Another wonderful ‘Sting in the Tale’ concert followed on Wednesday in Erdington in Birmingham. The audience were so enthusiastic!
I was invited there by my long time chum ‘Mr Banana’ otherwise known as Peter Green.
Pete was running a thriving childrens work at Spring Harvest just prior to the Glorie Company who succeeded his great ‘fruity’ team.
I really do enjoy doing these tours as every night I seem to be meeting up with old friends whilst of course making lots of new ones!
The final night of this midland mini tour was in Nuneaton last night.
Although the audience was small, there were 2 very significant things that made tonight’s concert very special and made me feel so pleased to be there.
The first were the lovely people I met and chatted to including the wonderful Vicar Kelly.
And the second was I believe that God specifically wanted a couple of people there to hear what I had to share.
And at the end of the day…that’s what makes these concerts so worthwhile.