5 Things- This Week in Staines

1.

See Anonymous Tip at Hobgoblin, Staines

Anonymous Tip

Anonymous Tip at The Hob, Staines, Sunday Feb 24th 2008 8:30PM £2

Rock n Roll Rude Boys from Twickenham

The fast and furious tones of Anonymous Tip have been rocking venues up and down UK soil since their inception. They have made an impression within the underground punk rock circuit as an unorthodox group of punk rockers with an ambiguous message. Songs about Marge Simpson, confessions of nymphomania, fascism within rock scenes and their deep routed suspicion of the music industry, have helped them gain a notorious and loyal following.

Their statement of intent is to blend emotive chants with fast-paced grooves, at the same time, keeping everything carefully crafted to ignite the monster inside and to provoke debate and passion.

2007 was a great year for Anonymous Tip. Promo tracks off the new Anonymous Tip record “Not Your Orthodox ____” are helping them to gain a newfound fan following that is building upon their status on the UK rock circuit. So much so, that Visual Director Adam Kaleta, (MTV, Jackass etc) used their music on a pan-European, five-part terrestrial television show to document the Nissan Urban Challenge event in 2007.

See the local shows before they go large:

Feb 24 2008 8:00 The Hob (W/ Over and Out & Brass Neck)

Mar 23 2008 8:00P The Hob (W/ ANWE)

Apr 20 2008 8:00 The Hob (W/ My Last Victim)

http://www.myspace.com/anonymoustip

2.

Go to see Blonde Bombshells at The Rose, Kingston

Blonde Bombshells at the Rose


Blonde Bombshells of 1943 at The Rose Theatre, Kingston till 23rd Feb

19 February – 23 February
Blonde Bombshells of 1943

By Alan Plater
Directed by Mark Babych

Bandleader Betty has a problem. Every time the Blonde Bombshells,
the glamorous all-girl band play a GI camp, their members go AWOL! Now
there’s an important BBC job in the offing and Betty needs to find new
musicians – fast. Among those drafted in are naive schoolgirl Liz, Miranda- an upper-crust saxophonist, singing Nun Lilly and Patrick, a male drummer prepared to don a frock to avoid a drafting! With the line up complete, they prepare to make their way to a secret BBC recording – and potential fame and fortune.

Direct from a sell-out success in London and based on the
award-winning film The Last of the Blonde Bombshells starring Judi
Dench, this hilarious musical play is filled with live performances of
1940’s hits performed by a sensational 8-piece swing band, including Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree, Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye, T’aint What Cha Do, Body and Soul, and 11 more all-time favourite hits by Fats Waller, The
Andrews Sisters, Glenn Miller and many more.

The delicious Blonde Bombshells of 1943 is guaranteed to send you home
with a smile and a swing!

Where: Rose Theatre, 24-26 High
Street, Kingston

When: Performances from 19 February
2008 until 23 February 2008Saturday 23 February 2.30pm 2008 at

2.30pm is an audio-described performance (audio description by
Bill Clancy)

Please contact Customer Relations to book tickets:
Email:

customer.relations@seetickets.com

Fax: 020 7087 7771 Phone: 0870 895 5505

http://www.rosetheatrekingston.org/


3.

Go see Cloverfield at Vue Cinema Staines

Cloverfield

Cloverfield at Vue Staines Release date 01/02/2008 Cert 15

Some Thing Has Found Us

This Sci Fi / Monster flick revolves around a monster attack in New York as told from the point of view of a small group of young twenty-something characters who were attending a birthday party before the calamity.

Stars Lizzy Caplan (The character ‘debbie’ in American Dad) and is produced by award-winning ‘Lost’ co-creator J. J. Abrams and written by ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ genius script-writer Drew Goddard, this movie should be a sleek and refined as it is nail-biting and frightening.

Running time: 84 minutes
Director(s): Matt Reeves

Vue Cinema, Two Rivers, Staines

4.

Go see Next Door’s Baby at Orange Tree, Richmond

Next Doors baby- orange tree theatre

Next Door’s Baby- The Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, till 8 March

Book by Bernie Gaughan. Music and Lyrics by Matthew Strachan

Wednesday 6 February –
Saturday 8 March 2008

Set in 1950s Dublin, Next Door’s Baby is an earthy tale of feuding mothers, jealousy, and family secrets. As a Bonny Baby competition deepens the rift between the neighbouring Hennessys amd O’Briens, we learn nothing in either tiny terraced house is quite as it seems.

As a premiere production of a witty, poignant show with lovely songs, written by husband and wife team, Next Door’s Baby is for anyone who ever had a family.

Cast: Peter Basham, Stephen Carlile, Clare Louise Connolly, Robert Gill, Louise Gold, Elinor Lawless, Brenda Longman, Riona O’Connor, Vincent Shiels and Emily Sills

Orange Tree Theatre
1 Clarence Street
Richmond
Surrey
TW9 2SA

Box Office: 020 8940 3633

http://www.orangetreetheatre.co.uk/


5.

Go to visit the Magic Bus at the Phoenix

Magic Bus at Phoenix

The Magic Bus, Phoenix public house Sat 23rd Feb 9:30PM

Catch some live music and magic with the MAGIC BUS at Staines Phoenix this Saturday.
The Phoenix
43 Church Street, Staines, Surrey

TW18 4EN
Phone for enquiries: 01784 443853



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