Even in these Covid times, you CAN still hear live music - with a fun, personal, mini Doorstep Concert. Anything from Abba to ACDC, Disney to Debussy - get in touch to mark a special occasion in a truly original way!
Professional violinist and entertainer Adrian Garratt, best known as idiot violinist Sid Bowfin, has played festivals and cabaret clubs across the UK and Europe. He’s also musician in residence at several London Hospitals, and leads the London Phoenix Orchestra. Since the first lockdown in April, he has continued performing live – on doorsteps! With 200+ concerts under his belt already, we are delighted to welcome Adrian to Harrow for a day of mini-concert adventures. If you live in Harrow, Adrian can visit your house for an individual concert, or your street or even your block of flats for a socially distanced, mini group concert with your neighbours. Adrian will bring music from the Arts Centre to your door to perform a unique, interactive concert.
Book either an AM or PM slot below and we will be in touch nearer the time to confirm your doorstep concert time!
£1 booking fee applies per booking transaction online and over the phone
How The Concerts Works
Book either an AM (11am-1pm) or PM (1:30pm-4pm) slot here and we will be in touch nearer the time to confirm your specific concert time. Please keep your entire slot time free until we have agreed a specific concert time. Adrian would like to play something that you’d like to hear - he can’t promise every song or tune, but if he can hum it, he’ll have a go at playing it!
Pay What You Can
HAC are committed to bringing quality entertainment and arts engagement to our community during these tough times. We appreciate that the current pandemic has affected our communities in different ways, which is why we are making this a 'Pay What You Can' event. It's simple, pay what you can and support the work we do! Ticket prices range from £2 - £20, simply select your ticket price at checkout.
We thank you for supporting Harrow Arts Centre during these very difficult times for the arts sector.