Live Music with Moodship (aka Gary Thomas)

Date: 8 March 2024
Cover charge: R120
Time: Open for dinner from 18:00

🎶✨ Experience an unforgettable evening of music at Stanford Kitchen on Friday, March 8th! ✨🎶

We are thrilled to welcome Moodship (aka Gary Thomas), a highly celebrated and award-winning South African singer and musician, to our stage. Described by City Press as a genius who bends sound in ways you wouldn’t believe possible, Moodship’s enigmatic style blends rich, moody songwriting with a vast array of alternative guitar techniques and precision multi-tasking.

Having toured extensively across the globe, Gary’s performances are known for their diversity, seamlessly transitioning from beautifully cinematic to energetically virtuosic moments in seconds.

Join us for an evening of musical brilliance!

🎟 Cover charge for this extraordinary musical experience is R120. Additionally, we’ll be offering a special reduced menu for dining from 18:00 before the show.

📞 RSVP at 079 975 6211 or visit our website for more information.

Don’t miss out on this exceptional event! See you there! 🎵🍽

More about Gary Thomas
He is an award winning live performer and music producer for film, documentary, tv and theatre. He recently won his second Standard Bank Ovation Award for his 7 concert run at the National Arts Festival in Makhanda, South Africa. In September 2022, Moodship toured and performed concerts in Kenya around Nairobi and Lamu Island. His last European tour was in 2017. His newest release, an EP entitled ‘Incandescent’ was released on the 4th August 2023.

Moodship on Youtube

Moodship on Instagram

Other press reviews
“A virtuoso display of left-field indie-folk mastery” – Rolling Stone

“Incredible…Remarkable” – Muzikalia (Spain)

“Manipulating guitar strings so that they converse in a new language…a psychedelic one-man anti-folk jamming machine” – Cape Argus

“An uberdextrous wunderkind… a rare breed of genius” –

“One of the most original and followed indie-folk, acoustic musicians in the country” –

“Spellbinding, epic soundscapes of surrealistic intensity. The Durban-born Capetonian is as renowned for his relentless touring schedule as he is for rupturing the mould of the conventional singer-songwriter” – Mail & Guardian

“The man is a genius. He takes sound and bends it in ways that I would never have thought possible” – City Press

“Phenomenal… Bafflingly brilliant…So incredible you have to remind yourself that it is all coming from just one person. Masterful – Cue

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