Darren Poyzer

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Solo / Duo / Trio / Festival Compere
SEN Teacher / Workshop & Choir Leader

Poyzer, Fluff and Farrell

tel: 07866 507441
e:darrenpoyzer@gmail.com

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Booking Info
The War To End All Wars
  • The War To End All Wars
    'Theatre Style' Live Music and Film Footage Performance
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Harmonica
  • Vocals
  • Accompanying stories and photo stills

A solo theatre performance of around 90 minutes.

The songs are mostly original, wide ranging and accessible, the banter is lively and family friendly, with one or two cover versions if required to suit the occasion.

Each song is accompanied by a short story and accompanying film footage / still photos.

I have my own equipment, ie sound system, projector and lights, to suit a small to medium sized venue, and public liability insurance should it be required.

Please note absolute quiet is required for this performance; it is designed for performance in a small theatre or folk club, and is not suitable for a non-ticket public bar.

A3 colour posters, social networking support and press releases are available if required.

Fee: £150 - £200 (dependent on travel from Greater Manchester and accomodation).

This event premiered and recieved outstanding reviews at Buxton Festival Fringe 2014.

"Poyzer is an excellent musician who performs with kindness, honesty and a smile in his eyes, which engages you in his story from the very beginning. Not only that his music and song writing is beautiful. ... one of my Fringe highlights"
- Toni Saxton, Buxton Festival Fringe

"A great and very thought provoking performance"
- Ian Haughey, Hoc19 Events, Audlem

"Poyzer manages to transmit his material with poignancy and great humility. His acoustic guitar playing is a delight; warmth and kindness shine throughout his performance ... The show is an interesting, educational and creative production ... schools and other institutions would benefit immensely from this presentation, but not exclusively. Everyone should go and see this show"
- Glossop Gazzette