The Veg Orchestra

Food & Drink Entertainment,Food themed performers,Live Music And DJ,Specialist Musicians
The Veg Orchestra
Reasons to book this ACT
  • The UKs only ensemble dedicated to bringing you "Home Grown" entertainment

  • A fantastic live fusion of vegetables and Music

  • Perform classic famous songs throughout the ages with a "fresh" twist

  • Appeared many times on national TV, most notably for the BBC on Room 101

  • Based in London & available to perform at events worldwide

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This London based Vegetable Orchestra is the UK's only ensemble dedicated to bringing you "Home Grown" entertainment. The orchestra is made up of pure hand crafted local produce. Showcasing a brass section of courgettes, squashes, peppers and cassava roots, soaring winds featuring carrot recorders, and a banging percussion section including freshly carved pumpkins. The band perform classic famous songs throughout the ages with a "fresh" twist, such as "Greensleaves", Elvis Parsley's "Blue Swede Shoes" and the Michael Jackson hit "Billie Aubejean".  

This group was founded over 3 years ago at the prestigious Hampton Court Flower Show for Tyrrell's Crisps. Since then they have been part of many other food festivals and garden shows including Goodwood Vintage Festival, and the Autumn Show for the Royal Horticultural Society as well as The London Jazz Festival. They have also expanded to work in schools and local community events.

The Veg Orchestra has appeared many times on national TV, most notably for the BBC on Room 101 and Countryfile, CBBC as an act in The Slammer, and ITV's "Let's do Lunch" with Gino & Mel. The group has also been involved in some interesting musical collaborations including a duet with recording artist Mika coving his song "Celebrate" for and MSN viral video.

"I never thought I could really enjoy live music until I saw these guys. Simply brilliant!"

Greg Wallace, Masterchef.

"Love it! The government says you should listen to 5 of their songs a day. "

Franks Skinner, Room 101.