As festival season warms up, Paul Henry and Brian Briggs will be touring The Glass Aisle across the country, and Paul Henry will be making some solo appearances too. Hope to see you at some of these...
Caught by the River presents The Glass Aisle (Brian Briggs & Paul Henry) and Lomond Campbell The Social, 5 Little Portland Street, London, W1 Monday 9 April 2018, from 7pm Tickets £7 Buy Here We are delighted to announce the first London gig for Brian Briggs (Stornoway) & Paul Henry's The Glass Aisle, courtesy of our … Continue reading Now booking: Caught By The River presents The Glass Aisle at The Social, London – 9 April
In 2017 singer-songwriter Brian Briggs (Stornoway) & award-winning poet Paul Henry toured the UK with their astonishing collaboration of poetry and songs, The Glass Aisle. From the university chambers of Oxford Literary Festival, to the warm glow of the Caught By The River stage at The Good Life Experience (pictured), to the rainy Italianate village of … Continue reading The Glass Aisle 2018: an album, a poetry collection, a tour
In 2015 musician and frontman Brian Briggs performed with his band Stornoway on the main stage at the award-winning Festival No.6 in Portmeirion. In 2017, Brian returns to the festival with poet Paul Henry to perform their astonishing collaborative work The Glass Aisle: Poems and Songs. The pair will be on The Piazza stage at Festival No. 6 on … Continue reading The Glass Aisle – Paul Henry & Brian Briggs’ work announced for Festival No. 6
Poet Paul Henry and musician and frontman of Stornoway, Brian Briggs will perform their astonishing collaboration The Glass Aisle: Poems and Songs at Kenilworth Arts Festival on 18 September, in the town's Priory Theatre. Kenilworth Arts Festival is an annual, week-long celebration of the creative arts that weaves throughout the leafy setting of historic Kenilworth. The … Continue reading Paul Henry and Brian Briggs’ The Glass Aisle announced for Kenilworth Arts Festival
The Glass Aisle is a unique collaboration between acclaimed poet Paul Henry and singer-songwriter Brian Briggs, frontman of the band Stornoway which will be touring festivals and venues throughout 2017, as part of a broader event featuring Henry's poetry.