Laurence Fox swaps screen for stage and joins Looe Music Festival’s line-up
Looe Music Festival adds Laurence Fox to its line-up as the actor turned singer – songwriter swaps the screen for the stage.
Playing at Looe Music Festival on Sunday 25th September Laurence will be showcasing the indie sounds from his debut album Holding Patterns that he released in February.
Best known as Detective Sergeant James Hathaway in ITV detective drama Lewis, an Inspector Morse spin off. The summer sees Laurence heading out on his first tour.
Looe Music Festival, 23rd – 25th September 2016, takes place in the picturesque fishing port of Looe in South East Cornwall and will see over 9,000 visitors per day enjoy live music from over 90 bands throughout the three days.
Headliners Wilko Johnson and Fun Lovin’ Criminals have already been announced for the late summer festival and Laurence Fox is the first in a week full of announcements before the Saturday night headliner is revealed.
Full price 3-day tickets for 2016 are £89.00 for adults, £25.00 for under 18’s and under 5’s go free. Day tickets (adults), are available priced at: Friday: £30, Saturday: £40, Sunday: £40 allowing you to squeeze in a day trip if you can’t make the whole weekend.