Kids Gig: Noon Garden (at Southbank Centre)

Mon 13th February 2023
Supersonic Kids Gigs present…
hosted by Anna Palmer


Monday 13 February 2023, 10.30am + 1.30pm
Southbank Centre, London
As part of Imagine Children’s Festival.


Free to attend.
All children must be accompanied by a guardian.
Recommended for children under 10.


Created by the UK’s premiere experimental music festival, Supersonic Kids Gigs are designed for families as a way of introducing children to experimental music – BIG sounds for little people! And they’re head to the big smoke…


After entertaining us in the virtual realm back in 2021, Noon Garden will be jumping into the real world to bring families joy this February half term as part of the Southbank Centre’s Imagine Children’s Festival. This Kids Gig will be hosted by everyone’s favourite alt-rocker and pyscho-storyteller, Anna Palmer from Dorcha


Noon Garden, is the new solo project from Charles Prest (Flamingods). He’ll be taking us on a synth-pop voyage to a tropical land where you’ll find yourself dancing wildly to a mix of Disco, Funk & Psychedelic grooves. As a talented multi-instrumentalist, Charles has written, self-produced and will be playing all the parts himself!


Imagine Children’s Festival is a Relaxed festival. All performances have a relaxed approach to noise and movement in the space, and you are free to enter and exit during the performances. A chill-out space and noise-cancelling headphones are available for both adults and children.


“I love the depth of the performances, and the willingness to show kids exciting and beautiful music without worrying about it being over explained. A hit for the kids and parents for sure. The show was expertly hosted by Anna with infectious enthusiasm and timing.”



And to top it off… we are delighted that our first Kids Gig of 2023 will be hosted once more by everyone’s favourite alt-rocker and pyscho-storyteller, Anna Palmer from Dorcha. Grab a copy of her Supersonic Kids album here.

“Anna is wonderful with the kids. The children clearly adore her” – Fighting Boredom review