lazy sunday

A Singer Songwriter Salsa Dancing Hip Hop Event … with Ukuleles. 

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Where else will you find such a diverse array of musical acts on the same bill.
A ukulele duo, a couple of singer songwriters, a salsa dancing act and a hip hop soul band.
Only at Lazy Sunday at Cafe Bliss, the heart of the Worcester Arts Workshop.

The second lazy Sunday of the year was blessed with an unseasonaly hot sun. It was a beautiful day and beautiful people were in the courtyard of cafe bliss for some fine live music and some of Eloinas famous Belize Cuisine. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lazy Sunday Review (sort of)

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Well that was a pretty fantastic afternoon of live music. It may have been cold but it was dry and the courtyard of the Worcester Arts Workshop was packed with people keen to welcome back the new season of Lazy Sundays.IMG_0050[1]

For those of you who don’t know, Lazy Sunday is a monthly live music event organised by Amanda and Eloina at Cafe Bliss. Running during the warmer months, normally April to September it takes place outside in the courtyard. They seem to get some amazing acts from all over the country and this month (April) was no exception.  Read the rest of this entry »

Lazy Sunday is Back

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Tlazy sunday aprilhe sun is out, the clocks have gone forward, Easter egg wrappers fill the bins and are a distant memory. It can only mean one thing. Lazy Sunday at cafe bliss is back. An afternoon of some of the finest live music in the city, glorious sun beating down on the courtyard and Ms Bliss filling our nostrils (and bellys) with some delicious Belize cuisine.

This month’s lazy Sunday has the incredible singer/songwriter/guitarist talents of  Ian Luther (https://soundcloud.com/ian-luther-161614766) , the souful vibes of the awesome Mahalia (https://soundcloud.com/mahaliamusic) and finsihed off by Acadia Roots (https://soundcloud.com/arcadia-roots) mixing  African rhythms and instruments with infectious soul melodies, Its going to be quite a gig, and all for just £3. Read the rest of this entry »