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Live Music – Larkham & Hall – Saturday 2nd March 2019

Doors open 7.30 pm – Concert from 8 pm Tickets £12 on the door, £10 on line in advance, £7 concs. (student/unwaged/income support) Americana songwriters Sarah Larkham and Elliot Hall create bittersweet, beautiful music with country elements, taking their influences from American folk, country and blues artists such as Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Johnny Cash.…Read More

Hullabaloo Improvisation Festival – Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th November 2018

Hullabaloo – a festival of improvisation and sound. November 17/18th 2018   A two- day celebration, Hullabaloo explores improvisation and the spontaneity that is a key part of our creativity. Although centered on music, the festival also celebrates improvisation in visual art, comedy, drama and dance, as well as wider ideas of creativity, spontaneity and imagination.Hullabaloo...Read More

Live Music – Trio Anglais – 12th October 2018

Doors open 7:30pm Concert starts 8:00pm  Tickets £9 Online – On the door £10 Cons £5 – student/unwaged/income support  Trio Anglais is a Reinhardt/Grappelli gypsy swing band, playing one of the most exciting and potent forms of European jazz, emulating the sound of 1930s Paris: with Ali Foyle, violin, Dave Lunniss and Darren Hodge, Guitars.…Read More

Live Music – Rock of Eye – 7th September 2018

Rock of Eye – Doors open 7.30pm – Concert 8pm  Tickets £8 on line – £10 on the door  Cons £5 – students/unwaged/income support Rock of Eye’ –  a tailoring term where instinct is trusted over a scripted approach.   Rock of eye perform early European traditional music tied together with extended improvisation. On stage they create long flowing…Read More

Hullabaloo Festival – The Noise Eating Monsters – Friday 17th November 2017

Friday Nov 17th. The Noise Eating Monsters plus John Cooke and kek-w Doors open 7.30  – Tickets £9/8 concession (unwaged/under 18) The Noise Eating Monsters play rants, roars and grooves, creating an improvised music inspired by rock, dub and funk. Making a deliriously rhythmic racket the band’s collective credits range from Squarepusher through Derek Bailey…Read More