I love writing songs and performing them at gigs, festivals and for theatre projects.
The latest news is that Lizzie Flynn and The Runaway Trains with Gareth Mewes (violin), Benja King (double bass), Sam De Santi (guitar, banjo), Mat Akehurst (drums) and Lisa Brennan (vocals) are heading off to a number of festivals and venues in Queensland and NSW over the next few months.
We are super excited to be also playing 3 concerts and presenting a workshop on songs for theatre at the 2023/2024 Woodford Folk Festival!
This website also includes information on Fly Little Sparrow with Lisa Brennan. Our last show was in September 2023 in the beautiful town of Kiama, NSW at Folk by The Sea.
There’s also information here about my three original cabarets, which have featured in the Queensland Cabaret Festival – Stop the Clocks (2022) Yours Sincerely Banana Brain (2021) and It Takes a Lot Not To End Up Dead (2019).
Thanks so much for taking the time to visit.
Saturday 5pm 26 March 2022: Queensland Cabaret Festival – Stop the Clocks
Lizzie Flynn, Ella Macrokanis, Peter Stewart (piano), Benja King (double bass), Gareth Mewes (violin), Samuel De Santi (violin, banjo, guitar), Andre Bonetti (Percussion). FACEBOOK EVENT
Tuesday 7.30pm 5 July 2022: Pre-St Patrick’s Day Concert with Lizzie Flynn & The Reckoning, Palantir Project – The BUG (Brisbane Unplugged Gigs), New Farm Bowls Club. Facebook Event – Tickets at the door, $10. FACEBOOK EVENT
Saturday 2pm October 2021: Cabaret with Lizzie Flynn, Ella Macrokanis and The Reckoning – Peter Stewart (piano), Gareth Mewes (violin), Andre Bonetti (percussion), Benja King (double bass) and Rory Dollard (guitar). The Centre, Beaudesert. CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION
Saturday 22 May 2021: Lizzie Flynn, Ella Macrokanis and Band – It Takes A Lot Not to End Up Dead, part of 2021 Anywhere Festival, Banshees Bar & Art Space, 131 Brisbane St, Ipswich, QLD – CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION
20 JAN, SAT 3:30pm – 4:30pm – Global Green
Lisa Brennan and I created Fly Little Sparrow back in 2019 and played a number of major festivals. We released our first single ‘Drink Your Wine’ last November to coincide with Australian Music Month.