“Thank you for the work you are doing, it is important. Your visit led to a lot of constructive reflection by our folks, understanding the need both to be understood by others, and to understand others”
Alistair McIntosh (Galgael and author of ‘Soil and Soul’)
The show pieces together strands of our social history across the centuries in an engaging and entertaining way – and in plain English too!
It brings history to life leaving you thinking to yourself: Oh, that’s what it was all about! …and all this punctuated with glorious folk songs performed with consummate skill and ease.
Rev Dr Berj Topalian, St Monica Trust, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol
‘Playing to a sell-out audience, ‘Three Acres And A Cow’ managed to both educate and entertain.
This is an important narrative for our times and needs to be shared.’ Mark Richards, Metal: Peterborough
‘Everybody should see this.’ Clarissa Carlyon, Creative Producer, Gillett Squared/Hackney Cooperative Developments
‘I am delighted that you are managing to energise people with what can often be a rather recondite subject.’
Vince Cable MP, Liberal Democrats
‘This should be a national staple, a great antidote to history written by the victors. It will teach you to see the past and present of England in a whole new light.’ Ru Litherland, Organiclea
‘The show exposes the continuation of hierarchical injustice and the mobilisation of the masses against such inequality whilst at the same time being hugely informative and thoroughly entertaining – not one to miss!’ Tom Feeney, People And Planet
‘A powerful, thought provoking, informal but informed multi-arts performance that engages and entertains for all age groups.’
Anna Moulson, Creative Programmer- Revelation St Mary’s, Ashford, Kent
‘Thank you so much for the wonderful performance! We’re all still humming the songs and a new land struggles network has come out of it.’
Laura McFarlane-Shopes, Tidal
“What an amazing amount of joy you bought us all at Embercombe! We all went out for the day yesterday and were singing the songs over and over.”
Becks Scarrott, Embercombe, Devon