Festival Embassy is a new series of micro-festivals in the heart of London’s Soho.
Get involved on Saturday 6th May for a very special taste of Eat Your Own Ears, bringing the feel and atmosphere of London’s much loved Field Day to the heart of Soho.
The festival, running from 5pm til late, will feature DJ sets from The Invisible, Jagwar Ma, Flamingods, Field Day DJs, live music from Martin Creed, James Yorkston, Stevie Parker and a special documentary screening of Le Blank’s ‘A Poem is a Naked Person.”
For every ticket bought, one ‘Pay it forward’ ticket will be given to someone who would not be able to afford one themselves, opening access to culture, live music and our home in Soho with social inclusion at its heart.
Pay it forward tickets will be given to people affected by homelessness, who are part of the House of St. Barnabas’ Employment Academy, the Soho community, or are supported by one of the many charities the organisation works with.
Get your tickets now to hear rising stars perform intimate acoustic gigs in the House of St. Barnabas’ atmospheric Chapel, dance to sets from renowned and emerging DJs and much more festival-fun besides, all in the unique setting of the Grade I listed, soho Georgian townhouse.