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28.10.12 - Porgy & Bess, Vienna - Fabrique Label Night

A stripped down Wolventrix joined Mauracher, Kasar, Roedelius & Chaplin, Lovecat, Ping Ping at this fabulous jazz club to celebrate 10 years of Fabrique Records.

06.07.12 - The Bull & Gate, London - Club Fandango

Wolventrix headlined with support from Apple Eyes and Rafaeli & The Real.

12.11.11 - The Shoreditch, London - Symptomatic

Apple Eyes played their first gig with new drummer Ben Hartley, supporting The Lazlo Device and The Lightwings.

10.11.11 - King And Queen, London - Totally Acoustic

A Little Orchestra opened MJ Hibbett's Totally Acoustic night above this Fitzrovia pub. Set included Twin Peaks, Ghosts (sung by Nicola) and Wild Beasts (sung by Claire) plus three songs with MJ (Mark) Hibbett (Billy Jones Is Dead, It Only Works Because You're Here, One Last Party). Mark and Steve then performed 'Moon Horse', their highly acclaimed 'rock opera'.

02.11.11 - The Victoria, London - Open mic

Tom and Alex played a featured acoustic Wolventrix set at this open mic night in Mile End. Set: Gin & Cigarettes, Wanderlust, Brave Marine Explorer, Sham White Wedding, Sylvie. 

28.10.11 - The Bull & Gate, London - Club Fandango

Wolventrix provided support for The Wave Pictures alongside Count To Fire and Tim Ten Yen. Kenny Lee from Apple Eyes played guitar at short notice following Chris' early-than-expected fatherhood, and Matt and Claire from the same band joined on violins. Set: Gin & Cigarettes, Wanderlust, Electrical Storm, Sham White Wedding, Sylvie, Nostalgia, Brave Marine Explorer.

22.10.11 - The Horse & Groom, London - Brighton Indie-pop Weekender

A Little Orchestra joined a selection of indie-pop acts for this two-day festival curated by The Bobby McGees. Set comprised Chasing Sheep, Twin Peaks, Wild Beasts, Ghosts and Love Song plus It Only Works Because You're Here with M J Hibbett.

07.10.11 - Windmill, London

Apple Eyes' final gig with drummer Dan Cameron at this Brixton venue.

31.07.11 - Midland Railway Butterley, Derbyshire - Indietracks Festival

A Little Orchestra appeared in the church on the last day of this unique festival which combines indie twee with steam engines. Headliners included Edwyn Collins, The Hidden Cameras, Jeffrey Lewis and Jonny. The show included songs with Monster Bobby, Andy from Pocketbooks, Claire from Apple Eyes and MJ Hibbett. A Little Orchestra also joined Haiku Salut for two songs in their set. Apple Eyes also performed on the indoor stage earlier in the day, with a first outing for their song For Forever included in the set.

16.07.11 - The Haymakers, Cambridge - Summer All Dayer

Apple Eyes joined an afternoon and evening of music featuring acts including Allo Darliin', Puncture Repair Kit, Model Village, Treefight For Sunlight and Prince Amongst Thieves.

14.07.11 - The Wilmington Arms, London - Apple Eyes single launch

Launch of Apple Eyes debut single "Wild Beasts" with support from Pocketbooks and Wolventrix.

30.06.11 - Bull & Gate, London - Club Fandango

The first of three Apple Eyes gigs in as many weeks.

18.06.11 - Punk, London - Dead or Alive

Wolventrix headlined at one of Soho's chicest venues with support from Dark Soldiers Bowl, Newsband and New Found Affection. The gig was followed by an after-party at private bar 20 Hanway Street near the venue, where the bands DJ'd.

30.04.11 - The Amersham Arms, London -  quack!Quack!QUACK! A Tribute to Edd Billig

In memory of Edd. The Electric Soft Parade, Ooberman, The Hidden Messages with A Little Orchestra, Wolventrix, Apple Eyes, The Vamp. Raised £800 for Cardiac Risk in the Young & The Ruby Lambert Trust. Wolventrix played eight songs from "Ours Till Dawn", first gig in 13 months. Apple Eyes played  this time with Dan Cameron on drums. After-show jam with Ooberman and The Hidden Messages included Roll Me In Cotton, jungle book songs, American Pie and I Will Survive. 

26.03.11 - Nettlefold Hall, London - Read and Shout!

Gig to save West Norwood library. Jens Lekman, Pocketbooks, A Fine Day for Sailing, A Little Orchestra, , Darren Hayman, Leaf Library, The Sweet Nothings, The Give-It Ups, The Sunbathers. A Little Orchestra played Yiddish Melody and Twin Peaks, and accompanied Darren Hayman (Out Of My League), Andy from Pocketbooks (End of the Pier), Emma from Pocketbooks and Pete from The Sweet Nothings (Young Adult Friction), A Fine Day for Sailing (Ballad of the Bedsit).

15.02.11 - Buffalo Bar, London - Club Fandango

Apple Eyes' debut gig, we played alongside New Carnival and Love In The Asylum. Set: Lost Between The Lines, Freaking Out, Begin with the End, Stay, Twilight Moans, One Day, Wild Beasts.

05.12.10 - The George Tavern, London - Moose Factory

A Little Orchestra performed Terry Riley's In C. Featured violins, violas, cello, flutes, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, trombone, guitar, sitar, mandolin, vocals, synths, tablas, glockenspiel.

04.12.10 - The Luminaire, London - The School Christmas Party

A Little Orchestra played alongside Tigercats, Lucky, The Loves and The School at their Christmas Party. Set included Chasing Sheep, You Said What, Love Song, Bees, Twin Peaks, Soaps, What's He Building In There? (narrated by The Loves' singer) and Baby It's Cold Outside (sung by Monster Bobby and Liz).