#CIFLive party March 29th details!

The next #CIFLive party is going to be awesome! You heard it here first…. 🙂

On March 29th from 7 – 9pm, taking place in the large studio at Camberley Theatre.

The fabulous Joe Waller, from Aldershot will be headlining, performing with his band.

When we say fabulous, we mean it – check this out….

Martha Paton, originally from Fleet and recently moved to London will also be playing – her voice is wonderful! (and she plays a gorgeous Gretsch guitar)

and if that wasn’t enough, Jack Francis from Southampton will be starting things off – the talent of this man is crazy!

And, ‘what?’ we hear you cry – ‘all this is free plus we get a glass of Prosecco?’ ‘Shut the front door!’

We know. It’s crazy, stupid, fabulous.

Just e mail , Jo.Bartlett@surreyheath.gov.uk for a guest list place.

Don’t forget, if you can’t make it, we’ll be streaming the whole thing via the Facebook page and all of these performers will be playing at the Camberley International Festival across Camberley between June 7th and 17th.

We will be announcing lots of exciting artists and events for this year’s festival, on March 9th!

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Steve Strong’s Set

We’ve put the whole of Steve’s Strong’s set up on YouTube,  in case you missed the live stream in January.


Steve will be playing as part of the Camberley International Festival in June.

We will be making some exciting line up announcements here on March 9th!

CIFLive Party!

If you tuned in  to see the Steve Strong #CIFLive last week, I’m sure you will agree, it was amazing. The Facebook live video has now had nearly 3,000 views which in under a week is brilliant! We’ll get a few of the best bits up on YouTube soon, in the meantime check it out on the C.I.F. Facebook page.

On Thursday February 2nd we have two fabulous acoustic acts for you – Brightr and Sam Horton.

Here’s Sam

Admission is free – you will also get a complimentary glass of Prosecco or soft drink, plus nibbles throughout the evening.

Please can you e mail me to get on the list – jo.bartlett@surreyheath.gov.uk

Such gorgeous music – here’s Brightr

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Brightr and Sam Horton play live.

Another date for your diaries! On February 2nd we will be hosting a very special party at Camberley Theatre. Entry is FREE and there will be complimentary drinks and nibbles on arrival.

We have two wonderful acoustic acts playing live – Brightr and Sam Horton. The concert will also be streamed live as a #CIFLive event, via our Facebook page

If you’d like to attend the concert please e mail Jo.Bartlett@surreyheath.gov.uk

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Here’s Brightr in action


and Sam Horton…you can see why we’re excited!

Steve Strong #CIFLive

We have confirmed the first live stream artist for 2017. The amazing, Steve Strong.

Steve will be performing and answering questions from 7 – 8pm on Wednesday 18th January 2017. Details of where you can watch the streaming are on the flier below – feel free to send us and questions you’d like us to ask Steve via Facebook or direct to me –


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Checkout Steve’s sound here – impressive stuff!

#CIFLive – The Gentle Good

We are very excited to have Welsh musician The Gentle Good appear as part of our #CIFLive series. This will be filmed from the green room of Camberley Theatre and broadcast live via the Camberley International Faceboook page from 7pm on Wednesday 12th October.

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The Gentle Good is the stage name of Cardiff based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gareth Bonello. Taking influence from the traditional music and folklore of Wales along with a myriad of sources from all over the world, Gareth creates timeless folk music in both English and Welsh.

The Gentle Good have released several critically acclaimed albums including ‘Tethered for the Storm’ (2011) and ‘Y Bardd Anfarwol’ (The Immortal Bard, 2013) both of which were nominated for the Welsh Music Prize. Y Bardd Anfarwol tells the story of the famous Chinese poet Li Bai and was written during a residency with the Chengdu Associated Theatre of Performing Arts in Southern China. It was awarded the Welsh language album of the year award in 2014 and was the inspiration behind an award winning play; ‘Rhith Gan’, which was staged by Theatr Genedlaethol at the National Eisteddfod in 2016.

We are inviting a very limited number of guests to watch Gareth’s performance, live from the green room, please e mail Jo.Bartlett@surreyheath.gov.uk if you would like to attend.