Bruncheon featuring Toby Mottershead, Lewis Gibson & Ruth Marie Cumming

Saturday 9th June 2018
11.30am - 2.30pm, free entry

We’re excited to announce this month’s special guest Bruncheon host, the supremely talented Toby Mottershead who’ll be hitting the stage alongside some of Edinburgh’s finest musical talent. 

This month’s Bruncheon runs alongside the Out of the Blue Open Studios and Exposed 18 graduate show of Edinburgh College’s award winning photography department. Both events part of this years Leith Festival
Come along and enjoy a jam-packed day of live music, art, and delicious food at the Drill Hall cafe!  

Inspired by the old-time blues, roots, ragtime and gospel of the pre-war era. Toby Mottershead earned his spurs playing with the award winning eight piece band The Black Diamond Express. His solo show on The Roots of The Blues is a gem of The Edinburgh International Festival – showcasing his obsession with artists such as Blind Willie McTell, Robert Johnson, Mississippi Fred McDowell and many more.

“His superb exhibition of early blues styles is a joy to behold.” **** Broadway Baby

“Toby Mottershead is the real deal.” Thomas Truax

“Impressing audiences with his passionate performances – this is definitely one to watch.” Thomas Compton – Edinburgh Guide


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