Moonbeam News

Wednesday 1st January

New Year    New Music!!

Erratics

2020 sees The Moonbeams releasing their 4th album "Erratics"

They are doing this differently to previous albums.

Firstly, each track will be added individually throughout the year.

Best of all the album is available to download for FREE from Bandcamp

Watch the 'Sweet Memories'

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'Tree in a Frame' videos on YouTube.

Monday 8th October

Tickets now available!!

DOUBLE BILL at The NASH, Hawes

On Tues 16 October they are showing Streams of Wonder (6:00pm) and Menashe (7:30pm) - two very different but equally absorbing non-mainstream films.  

Tickets are available for BOTH films for the reduced price of £8.00 - BOOK HERE.  You can also see a single film for the usual £5.00 ticket price. Streams of Wonder can be Booked Here

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Dales Songs & Images at The Octagon, Grassington

The Moonbeams are back, at The Octagon, on Sat 20th October at 7:30pm, Once again they will be singing their Songs from the Dales with a back drop of Yorkshire Dales images. Click here for more information.

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Sunday 7th October

This Land Reviews

We are delighted to report that it has been a good week for This Land; it received not one but two reviews.

The first, a 4* one, in the well known and respected music magazine - RocknReel (RnR) 

The second in the quarterly publication from the Friends of the Dales - Yorkshire Dales Review

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This Land review from Yorkshire Dales Review
Monday 1st October

Disappear Here Film Festival

We were thrilled to receive notification that Streams of Wonder had been selected for it's first film festival - "We are delighted to inform you that your film will be included in our 2018 Disappear Here Film Festival! CONGRATULATIONS!"

We spent a lovely weekend in beautiful Ballylifin, Donegal, Ireland.The festival organisers and audience all enjoyed the film which was screened throughout the Sunday of the festival. 

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Saturday 7th July

Steven, Please Can We Talk?

As well as being members of The Moonbeams some of our Collective musicians have involvement with their own musical projects.

This week we are pleased to announce the release of Ben Avison's second video single "Steven,Please Can We Talk?" it is both a homage to and critique of the celebrated but controversial songwriter and icon Steven Patrick Morrissey

For more details check out Ben's Page

Wednesday 20th June

Catch the The Collective in action

, celebrating Make music day 2018 with The Moonbeam Collective,Ivories and Strings, NYMAZ and Make music day

The next few weeks bring you opportunities to see The Moonbeams live as they play venues and festivals around the area.

They are making a return to The Grassington Festival and the stunning Cruck Barn at the Craven Arms, Appletreewick. There will be The Meadow Connections, where not only do you get a chance to see The Moonbeams but a screening of Streams of Wonder. 

Another screening of Streams of Wonder is also taking place as part of the Three Peaks Arts Trail at Horton in Ribblesdale school.

 

For something completely different The Collective are teaming up with Ivories and Strings for Make Music Day You can read their super interview here https://www.nymaz.org.uk/news/post/love-where-you-live/

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Flyer for 2018 Grassington Festival Fringe at the Craven Arms, Appletreewick
 Picture of Streams of Wonder and details of screening at Horton in Ribblesdale on 3rd July
Sunday 10th June

Gallery from the Premiere & Album Launch Saturday 26th May

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Friday 30th March

26th May 2018 is going to be a big day for us. It is the day of the premiere of our first film and the launch of our 3rd album by The Moonbeams. So get ready to be   'putting on your top hat - tying up your white tie - and brushing up your tails' !!

Red carpet celebration at the Victoria Hall, Settle on Saturday 26th May at 7:30pm - be there!

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 *   It's Party Time ! * 

 *    Film Premiere   *

 *    Album Launch   *

 

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Tickets are £5 and available from Victoria Hall