Talent is Timeless
Saturday 17th October in The Sun Deck
Workshop 2pm to 5pm
Evening Concert 7pm to 10pm
Workshop and Evening Concert £25
Evening Concert £12.50
Have you always wanted to write an original song, but don’t know where to start? Join songwriter and performer Saskia Griffiths-Moore for a songwriting workshop for the over 50s that proves that you are never too old to write compelling music.
Saskia Griffiths-Moore and the age-positive, celebrity-backed movement for songwriters over the age of 50 'Talent Is Timeless', are going on tour across the UK, and coming to Weymouth Pavilion on Sunday 17th October.
This unusual tour consists of a series of afternoon songwriting workshops/meetups for all levels, followed by a headline concert of Saskia's new album 'Where Are We Heading' with support artists from the afternoon's workshop (first come first served).
From igniting sparks to writing a chorus, verse, bridge and melody you will leave the workshop with a fully written song. While being surrounded by like-minded individuals at all levels, building a community that proves talent really is timeless. There is also an opportunity to perform the song or another one of your choices as the opening act of the 'where are we heading' concert later in the evening!
'Where are we Heading' is the album launch tour headlined by Saskia Griffiths-Moore and celebrates the release of the second album in her transatlantic deal with the Susanne Marcus Collins Foundation Inc., USA. Having been featured on Sky TV, London Live, BBC Radio Scotland, Wales and regional UK play, Saskia's upbeat acoustic style music is worth the watch!
Talent is Timeless is the viral age-positive lockdown movement for songwriters age 50 and over. The competition is famously supported by Ian Mathews (Kasabian), Tony Moore (Iron Maiden, Cutting Crew), Abbey Road Studios, Caffe Nero and many more.
To find out more and to stay updated about our future events please go to: www.talentistimeless.com and sign up to our mailing list!
Please book a standard ticket unless you are press, or have been invited by a performer as their guest.
Two caveats to that:
- If you'd like to come and money is an issue, you may email the host at email@example.com. Free tickets will be given out per their discretion.
- If you are press and/or have been invited by a performer to come as a guest, please consider purchasing a ticket if you can. All proceeds help support our organisation.
About the support slots: Workshop attendees will be invited to perform at the evening's concert, up to 5 people per night, first come first served. We cannot guarantee to fit everyone in but will do our best! And if there are too many applicants, we will have to pull names out of a hat.
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