Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp's 10 best Sunday Lunch performance videos

21 June 2021, 13:24

Toyah and Robert's Sunday Lunch
Toyah and Robert's Sunday Lunch. Picture: Toyah

By Mayer Nissim

Lockdown has been a drag, but Toyah and Robert Fripp have been two of the shining lights keeping us going.

Lockdown has stopped us going out to gigs for over a year now, but plenty of musicians have still done their very best to entertain us in other ways.

Laura Marling has done online guitar lessons, Sophie Ellis-Bextor has given us her Kitchen Disco, but maybe best of all are the Sunday Lunch videos from new wave/prog rock married couple Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp, often with mysterious collaborator Sidney Jake.

They've done over 50 (FIFTY!) videos so far, and below we round up our favourite ten, along with Toyah and Robert's snappy captions.

1. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (originally by Eurythmics)

"The kitchen trio are back having travelled the world and the seven seas. Don’t miss this one, sure to provide sweet dreams."

2. Breaking The Law (originally by Judas Priest)

"The Kitchen trio are 'Breaking The Law' this weekend - with a rare singing part from Robert Fripp"

3. Toxic (originally by Britney Spears)

"Toyah & Robert hit it (baby) one more time with their Sunday Lunch outing which this weekend is a love letter to Britney Spears."

4. Poison (originally by Alice Cooper)

"It’s Poison running through your veins..... Nothing more to say!"

5. Silver Machine (originally by Hawkwind)

"More body paints and bubbles - The Trio on their Silver Machine!"

6. Satisfaction (originally by The Rolling Stones)

"The kitchen trio are hunting for "Satisfaction" this week!"

7. Anarchy in the UK (originally by Sex Pistols)

"Anarchy in the uk with a festive twist."

8. I Love Rock 'n' Roll (originally by Arrows, as covered by Joan Jett and The Blackhearts)

"We Love Rock n Roll as well!!"

9. Gimme All Your Lovin' (originally by ZZ Top)

"Toyah, Robert and a mysterious stranger ask for 'All Your Lovin''."

10. "Heroes" (Originally by David Bowie, with Fripp on Lead Guitar)

"Celebrating VE Day Heroes"

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