Tonight a grey haired gig goer dips their toe into a bit of prog rock. A shallow dip.
Nick Cave kicks off his delayed and Covid altered UK tour. An astonishing performance immersed in darkness and grief.
Still in Lockdown Step 3, but a chance to see six new acts in the outdoor theatre of Poole Lighthouse, one almost sunny afternoon before a big England footy match.
The last few months of the Covid riddled 2020 meant a harder search for the grey haired gig goer to find live music, but there was still some life out there.
Emerging from Lockdown, this is the first indoor Live and Unheard session in Poole’s Lighthouse Arts Centre. Three new acts play their original material.
The first post Lockdown live music at Poole Lighthouse. The Live and Unheard series brings an opportunity to showcase unsigned acts in the Poole and Bournemouth general area. Tonight offers a taste of some normality for a grey haired gig goer searching for live music.
Valentine’s night with some old New Romantics at Poole Lighthouse for Midge Ure on his ‘Visage and Vienna’ tour.
Poole Lighthouse 2.10.19 On Wednesday evening I returned to Poole Lighthouse for another ‘Live and Unheard’ session in the Sherling Studio. Three local acts given a showcase in surroundings where everyone can focus on the music and the artists, rather than accommodating the distractions of a rowdy pub gig – not quite everyone respects that …