LAYMAN HUMAN pianist/singer-songwriter
Friday 8 October 2021
Tickets: £14.50 (includes entry into draw for two free tickets for the next Layman Human concert)
London-based pianist/singer-songwriter Layman Human finally presents an actually live, for-real event from his favourite venue!
Featuring songs from album in development “Somewhere in Saha”, some evergreen Layman Human tunes and some brand new numbers, plus a bit of live improv.
Bring your Ukulele to busk-a-long with crowd favourite “Fuck Off” and your Best Vocals to form the famous Interval Choir.
Expect a concert that is “…insightful, often humorous, and always ultimately uplifting” (The Portobello Blog).
Warning: contains occasional very strong language and voluntary audience participation.
ALL MUSIC BY LAYMAN HUMAN
Somewhere in Saha, part 1
Move to Titan
You Are the Choir
Somewhere in Saha, part 2
Jara the Octopus
New Year Song
Layman Human is an independent pianist/singer-songwriter. He has gigged for ClimateKeys (with Climate Museum UK) to raise awareness of government inaction on Climate Change, and is a signatory to Music Declares Emergency.
He’s played Glastonbury festival, Portobello Live, Southbank Centre’s WHY? Festival, the Holland International Singer-Songwriter Festival (THISSFest), and most recently, London’s 1901 Arts Club.
He released his first full album Tree Vs Papañca in November 2020, and is currently developing a follow up, Somewhere in Saha for release in 2022.
In a previous life, Layman Human composed for the Ministry of Stories, was a member of Miracle Productions, and played piano to support the Ethnic Classical Contemporary Orchestra (ECCO) at the Lyric Theatre, London.
He has brought the art of busking to schools for many years, showing students how to play piano by ear and introducing them to other instruments, as well as forming singing groups in schools with children and adults alike.
He currently lives, teaches and performs in London and identifies as a non-national, non-binary, whole-earth being.