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Bluescene @ The Lion
Jan 30 2010
Fox and Duck
Jan 28 2010
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Bluescene @ The Lion
Jan 30 2010
Fox and Duck
Small Outfit, Big Sound Ideas at Staines
29th JAN 2009 8:00P at HOB STAINES £3 2 SICK MONKEYS
2 Sick Monkeys formed in December 2000, as a live two piece bass and drums, primarily to support Darrin Mooney (Primal Scream) at a drum event in Swindon.
They have now played over 400 gigs (270 in the last 3 years) including 4 European tours.
They describe themselves as tight, melodic and percussively in your face.
Basically……small outfit, BIG SOUND!!
2 Sick Monkeys are with:
Page Not Found
Page Not Found are a punk rock group form Slough Berkshire UK.
Formally known as Ollie Impossible, Page Not Found play their own style of Fast paced skate punk. After the change the band along with new bassman have wasted no time and headed straight into the studio to record some material.
High Quality Funk & Groove – Ascot
Jan 30th 2009 8:45P at Jagz Ascot MIMOSA £5
Whisk together smooth soul, funky grooves and a hint of rock, fold in a combination of catchy brass riffs, fat bass, creative guitar as well as watertight drums and percussion. Heat for 2 hours with probably the best vocal talent in the south and you have the unique sound of Mimosa.
Some people have said – “it’s a bit like being attacked by a shark wearing a woolly jumper” “best served hot with Mango Chutney a cold beer!” “You’ll drive through an
amber light to see them!” “Just like the Brand New Heavies, only not as famous!” The band have spent the last year putting together a high quality varied mix of songs to give a great show, keeping people grooving well into the night. Gigging since April 06, this band will definitely impress and leave you wanting more. Time to find out what you have been missing……
Stripped Down Classic Rock – Shepperton
Jan 30 2009 9:00P Kings Head-Shepperton FIREWATER
The ED HUDSON project “Firewater” was formed in 2000 and has been regularly gigging around London and the South East since then. The early blues
material gave way to more classic rock songs as time went on and the duo format lends itself to a stripped down approach to the songs, showcasing the considerable talents of singer Ed Hudson and lead guitarist Tim Scopes.
If you like blues and classic rock (and don’t like being deafened in the process of hearing it!) go and see ’em -you will not be dissappointed….
80’s & 90’s Hits – Live Band – Live in Windsor
Fri 30 Jan Old Ticket Hall, Windsor £3 !Daft!
!daft! are a party rock cover band comprising 5 professional standard musicians who perform high energy and dynamic gigs across the Home Counties and West London to consistently excellent responses. Our sets and gigs are designed
to be fun, enthusiastic and crammed with recognisable anthemic tracks from artists including Queen, Guns N’ Roses, The Killers, The Fratellis, Green Day, Elvis, Bon Jovi, Madness, Kaiser Chiefs, Oasis, Michael Jackson… even ABBA and Take That, plus many more legendary groups.
Random quote: “It’s like going to see all your favourite rock bands in one night!!”
Aerosmith to ZZ Top Covers – in Hampton
Jan 31 2009 9:00P The Cardinal Wolsey Hampton Court PREZENCE
Prezence are fast becoming a STAINES and area fafourite covers band… playing a huge mixture of classic rock from way-way back to much more modern material from the likes of Rage Against The Machine, Metallica, Foo Fighters etc. A thoroughly enjoyable evening is guaranteed…. also coming to venues in Staines, Hampton, Walton-on-Thames soon (keep checking our ADPONTES music pages for updated GIG GUIDE)
Visit a Dolls House at The Rose, Kingston
A Dolls House – the Kingston ROSE theatre 9 September – 27 September
Post performance talk: Tuesday 16 September
By Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Peter Hall
In 1879, Ibsen’s new play stunned the world and provoked outrage. One critic compared it to the ‘dropping of a bomb into contemporary life’. Beautifully crafted and powerfully moving, no work better distils Ibsen’s genius than A Doll’s House.
The cast includes Catherine McCormack (The Land Girls, All My Sons), Finbar Lynch (Proof, Not About Nightingales), Anthony Howell (Foyle’s War), Christopher Ravenscroft (The Ruth Rendell Mysteries) and Susie Trayling (National Theatre, Heartbeat).
Box Office: 0871 230 1552
Rose Theatre, Kingston
24-26 High Street
Kingston KT1 1HL
Blues, Funk ‘n Soul it up – at Ascot
The Robin Bibi Band at The Jagz Club & Restaurant, Ascot Sat 13th Sept
Robin Bibi is one of the UK’s top blues/rock guitarists and having paid his dues working with such names as Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Ben.E.King, The Pretty Things and Helen Shapiro, launched the Robin Bibi Band in 1996. The Band’s debut album ‘Blue Thrash Therapy’ was released a year later and quickly sold out leading to a recent re-release. Five albums on, Robin’s acoustic album ‘Fast Life Songs’ has also received critical acclaim and continues to sell well.
Blues, funk, soul, rock, reggae and jazz are all rolled together in The Robin Bibi Band’s own feel-good concoction. Above all, the Band’s aim is to give their audience a night to remember whilst guaranteeing the best British Blues Rock can offer in a tried and tested, exciting, spontaneous, power trio format.
Because of their widely known reputation with a highly entertaining stage presentation, the Robin Bibi Band are now one of the busiest bands round the Southern music venue circuit and have played most of the major Blues festivals in the UK, Ireland, and Europe.
The music is exuberant passionate, dynamic, exciting and fun! It’s music played straight from the heart, it will move your head, your heart and of course your feet!
The Ascot show:
Saturday, 13th September
Show will start at 8.00P
Ticket cost: £8.00
Doors open from 7.30pm. £26 for 2 courses and entrance (£30 for 3 courses). Entrance for the bands is £8 but is strictly limited and on a first come first served basis. Entrance for dining or just the band INCLUDES free entrance to the nightclub
Also see Robin Bibi at:
MON 29th BULLS HEAD 373 Lonsdale Road Barnes SW13
Robin is appearing with Never The Bride
Have a Laugh- at Hayes
Jongleurs – On the Road The Beck Theatre, Hayes, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 8:00P
Best of British Stand-Up …on the road
The Jongleurs On The Road tour brings their top-quality stand-up shows to theatres and other venues across the UK, in areas
without a dedicated comedy club. They’ve been touring now for over two years, visiting more than fifty venues along the way
– from Newcastle to Newbury, Liverpool to Luton, Yeovil to Yorkshire. Hayes, Middlesex, is next…
JONGLEURS – ON THE ROAD
The Beck Theatre
Grange Road, Hayes, UB3 2UE
FRIDAY EVENING 20:00
12TH SEPTEMBER 2008
Tickets from £10
Prepare to Rock at The Hob Staines
Bloodloss with Demure at The Hob Staines, Thu Sep 11 2008 8:00P
Formed in 2006 BloodLoss is a pure all out metal 5 piece band from london/guildford with Barry O’connor on vocals, Daniel Kelly on Drums, Mark Browell On Guitar, Rob Ironmonger on guitar. With influences ranging from Metallica, Pantera, Arch Enemy, Killswitch Engage, Lamb Of God, Chimaira, Machine Head and As I Lay Dying. You must not miss the show!
Also more Bloodloss dates:
Sep 16 2008 8:00P RSVP, Woking Woking
Sep 27 2008 8:00P The Drama Club Bracknell
Oct 10 2008 8:00P The Star Inn Guildford
We salute you!
Swing dance at The Rose, Kingston
Swing Dance Rose Theatre Culture Cafe Sun 14 Sept 2:00P to 5:00P
Admission free of charge, and no ticket required
Following the huge success of the first Sunday Tea Dance at the Rose in May, we’re delighted to announce three further dates throughout the summer. The Jive Joint Dance Company has been promoting and staging dance events across Surrey over many years and is bringing its legendary Sunday afternoon Tea Dance to the Rose Theatre, Kingston for dancers of Modern Jive, Swing, West Coast Swing, Rock n Roll, and, for latin dancers, Salsa, Merengue & Argentine Tango under the direction of international DJ John Vassallo and fellow DJ guests. Why not pay us a visit after shopping perhaps, have a boogie, a drink or a coffee and a snack. If you are a non dancer, watch the various dance styles on display and simply enjoy music
from the 1940’s right up to the present time.
Guilfest announces 2008 line-up
Line up so far:
***Friday 4th July***
Levellers, Freak Power,
***Saturday 5th July***
Blondie, Bowling For Soup, Kula Shaker, Dodgy, Richie Havens, The Aliens,
***Sunday 6th July***
The Australian Pink Floyd Show, Cerys Matthews, From The Jam, The Damned, Dreadzone, Cerys Matthews
Also don’t forget your ‘local’ Festival at TILFORD….. WEYFEST
See Tinyfish at ‘The Peel’ Kingston
Tinyfish at The Peel, Kingston Saturday Feb 2nd 2008 7:30PM
…. with Touchstone
“The world’s smallest Progressive Rock Band”
Listed No 15 in the the latest Classic Rock’s top Albums of 2007 [Tinyfish] this Marillionesque new prog-rock discovery from ‘Sarf Lundun’ also suggest influences from multifarious progressive do-gooders including such names as Rush, Solstice and Porcupine Tree.
This is a rare chance to see the band before they go large.
Check them on myspace at:
Feb 2 2008 7:30A The Peel Kingston
Go to see Foulplay at ‘The Hob’ on Thursday
STAINE’S FAVOURITE PUB BAND! [ AdPontes-Staines Poll 2007]
For full review of this band see:
Go see Cloverfield at Vue Cinema Staines
Cloverfield at Vue Staines Release date 01/02/2008 Cert 15
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.
Vue Cinema, Two Rivers, Staines
Go see the work of Allen Jones – Pop Artist
The Allen Jones display- TATE BRITAIN until 10th Feb 2008 – FREE ENTRY
To celebrate his 70th birthday Tate Britain is presenting a display of Allen Jones’s paintings which sets his most recent multi-part canvases against some of his early 1960s work.
Like other Pop artists of his generation, Jones drew upon popular culture for his imagery. He is best known for controversial depictions of female figures based on the style of 1940s and 1950s fetish magazines. There is also an important technical
Free Entry – Tate Britain
From Staines by rail to Vauxhall (850 metres approx.) and Victoria
Part of the BP British Art Displays 1500-2007
Go to see The Blue Fuses- Staines Riverside Club
The Blue Fuses Feb 1st 2008 Staines Riverside Club £3
February, 1 2008 at The Riverside Club