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M U THA L M I GH TY MOUTH ALMIGHTY everything you need to know about everything you need to know about

The new free arts, events and entertainments guide for Grimsby, Cleethorpes and beyond! Issue 1 Jan - April 2015



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ello and a warm welcome to Mouth Almighty – the brand new guide to arts, events, entertainments and sports in North East Lincolnshire – from Diva Publications, home of The Peoples Magazine. We hope you’ll find it really useful and you’ll put it by and keep it handy so that when you’re looking for something to do or somewhere to go over the coming months it will be right there to help. We often hear people moaning that nothing ever happens in our area but the truth is that there’s always lots going on if you’re looking in the right place. Many thanks go to all the sponsors and contributors who helped to make the guide happen. If you’d like to advertise in Mouth Almighty 2 then call 01472 238140 or email and we’d also like to hear from you if you’ve got any kind of events that you’d like us to include in the listings.

From The Jam @ Grimsby Auditorium From The Jam photo by Derek D'Souza



GRIMSBY AUDITORIUM Grimsby Auditorium, Cromwell Rd DN31 2BH

January Saturday 24th From The Jam & Nine Below Zero Wednesday 28th Circus Of Horrors

Saturday 31st Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club



Sunday 1st Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club

Saturday 7th The Simon And Garfunkel Story

Wednesday 4th Brendan Cole: A Night To Remember Thursday 5th & Friday 6th Moscow State Circus Sunday 8th Collabro Wednesday 11th Sex In Suburbia


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Candlelight Cafe

Saturday 14th Roy Orbison And Friends

Saturday 28th ELO Again - One Night Of ELO Sunday 29th Jurassic Adventures Tuesday 31st The Sooty Show

April Friday 3rd Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club Saturday 4th The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular Show Saturday 18th Abba Mania

Wednesday 18th La Traviata

Thursday 23rd Vienna Festival Ballet 35th Anniversary Gala

Saturday 21st Sensational 60’ Experience 50th Anniversary Tour

Saturday 25th Sunday 26th Alan Carr: Yap, Yap, Yap!

Friday 27th Simple Minds

The Candlelight Cafe season was one of the success stories of the local arts scene last year and we’re hoping that they’re going to become a regular feature of the calendar. The Minster provides a splendid backdrop for a mixture of poetry, music and storytelling with the best of our home grown talent putting on a great show, assisted by notable guests from a range of arts, drawn from further afield. The first cafe of the year will feature special guests local folk rock superheroes Merlin’s Keep plus spoken word from house band The Driftnet Poets. Tickets £5 on the door and jolly good food available for £4 more.




Scottish Rock legends Simple Minds will be in town on March 27th when they kick off their Big Music Tour at the Auditorium. Widely regarded as one of the best live bands in the world they’ve been making music for over thirty years and have been responsible for some of the most innovative and enduring anthems in rock music including Don’t You (Forget About Me), Alive and Kicking and Belfast Child. Last year the band were awarded the Q Magazine Inspiration to Music Award. Fronted by original members Jim Kerr and Charlie Burchill, they’ll be touring in support of Big Music, their critically acclaimed sixteenth album which has been hailed as a return to form by the music press.





Grimsby Farmers’ Markets

Even if fuel prices have taken a sudden plunge (who saw that coming) it still makes sense to keep the food miles as low as possible especially if you live in a county where they make and grow some of the most fantastic food you could ever wish for. At the Grimsby Farmers’ Market you’ll find local producers selling a variety of local products including cheeses, honey, bread, cakes, preserves, ostrich meat, hand reared pork and lamb. Farmers’ markets are held on the third Friday of each month (weather permitting) from 9:00am to 3:00pm.



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Friday 6th @ The Warehouse Big Joe Bone

Saturday 11th @ The Beachcomber True Order



Saturday 21st @ The Warehouse Band From County Hell

Friday 22nd @ The Old Clee Club Virgil & The Accelerators

More Solid Entertainments gigs listed elsewhere in the magazine, but we didn't want to duplicate. Image left shows The Band From County Hell wowing a packed house at last years Great British Folk Festival.

GRIMSBY JAZZ CLUB Tickets and information available from 01472 873730 Darius Brubeck

Darius Brubeck is the son of Dave but he's a jazz legend in his own right and his quartet promise a great night at the Old Clee Club. Concerts will of course include audience favourites, standard jazz, some ever popular Dave Brubeck music and tracks from the quartet's 2014 release Cathy's Summer.





Wednesday 25th The Matt Holborn Gypsy Jazz Quartet with support MAPAS Eclectic Strings

Wednesday 1st Georgia Mancio Quartet

March Wednesday 11th Seven Pieces of Silver Tribute to Horace Silver support by The Jam Experiment

Wednesday 22nd Vein plus student support led by Will Howard

May Wednesday 6th The Darius Brubeck Quartet

Grimsby Jazz gigs are held on Wednesday evenings at The Old Clee Club, Clee Crescent, Grimsby DN32 8LS. Check the website for start times



he Shannon Reilly Trio is one of the area's most admired and talked about acts. Comprised of guitar legend Pat McCarthy and equally renowned bass player Warren Jolly, they're fronted by Shannon Reilly whose crystalline vocals mark her out as something rather special. Singing is in the genes in the Reilly family - her dad is a singer and encouraged her from an early age. She first sang in front of an audience when she was seven but it wasn't until she hit her twenties that Shannon found her jazz voice and it wasn't by a straightforward route. Her friends were involved in the cabaret and burlesque scenes and she wanted to get involved but she couldn't dance. 'I started singing Peggy Lee and Doris Day songs to become part of the scene,' she explains. Shannon has a broad repertoire and is influenced by singers as diverse as Ella Fitzgerald and Cara Emerald. She seems equally at home with classics such as The Nearness of You and more contemporary and funky numbers like Big Bad Handsome Man. The band is always busy and singers need to take care of their greatest asset, the voice. Shannon's tips for taking care of her voice are to soothe it with



has a style that is all her own. Her talents as a hairdresser also come in handy. As well as singing Shannon is a successful businesswoman with her own salon on Freeman Street market. I asked her how she managed to balance the two jobs. Jazz songstress Shannon Reilly 'It's tough on weekends,' she talks to Josie Gray about says, 'but I'm hoping the gigs music, style and balancing two take over so I can give up the demanding careers. day job.' She's ambitious but she's also a realist. She loves working on original material with the band and would love to get a record deal but in her own words admits the 'industry is such a hard nut to crack'. She's looking forward to touring in February and says she would settle for a full time singing career if that proves possible. When I ask if she had any advice for women looking to make a career in music she replies modestly. 'I'm not really qualified to give advice as I haven't achieved all my dreams yet but I would say the best thing I ever did was step out of my comfort zone to try something new. Singing pop songs got me nowhere. It's only when I honey and lemon, to avoid eating got into jazz that things started dairy on gig days and to ensure moving for me. Dare to be she warms up properly. different.' As the front woman of the If you haven't caught the band band, Shannon is very image yet, make sure you catch them conscious. She combines classy at a gig soon. You won't be and vintage to unique effect and disappointed.




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Great Grimsby Family History Group meetings take place at the Town Hall, Grimsby, on the second Tuesday of the month. The meetings are open for discussion from 6.30pm, speakers start at 7.30pm. They have an extensive library of local historical documents including electoral rolls, parish registers and they also run workshops at the Town Hall to assist those who are new to genealogy to begin their family research.



Tuesday 10th Resource evening A chance to learn to use the basic tools of the family historian.

Tuesday 14th Medieval Gardens Janette Merilion


Tuesday12th The Carpathian Lancer Regiment Christine Bojen

Tuesday 10th What happened to Faberge’s Eggs Gerry Burrows


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Most requested costumes are Pirates Of The Caribbean, Frozen, 60s and 70s themed costumes, cartoon characters and mediaeval but Kath has to stay constantly on the look out for new trends. New films, TV and books will always create new favourites and the costumes need to do you fancy being harry potter, horrid henry or be ready in advance! robin hood for the day? well now’s your chance


hat’s the busiest time of the year for a fancy dress shop owner? Halloween of course. You guessed that right? So what’s the second busiest? That’s a bit trickier. Christmas? Easter? Nope, it’s World Book Day. I bet you didn’t get that one but it’s an important date in some quarters and nowhere more so than at Twinkles Fancy Dress of Cleethorpes. Twinkles has been in business for fifteen years now, based in old electricity showroom building at the foot of Isaac’s Hill, one of the area’s most beloved buildings. It started out as a retro clothing emporium but proprietor Kath Summers got so many requests to hire her stock for theme nights that she bought some purpose made costumes in and the rest is history. Nowadays she has thousands of outfits, ball gowns and accessories and it’s non stop, not just for her but also for daughter Melanie and grand daughter Tiffany, both of whom assist in the shop. World Book Day

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located at the foot of Isaac’s Hill For World Book Day they stock up on favourites from children’s fiction and throw open their doors to entire classes of schoolchildren (and their teachers) who come to choose their costumes for the big day but word about the event is starting to spread outside the classroom and demand for adult sizes is rising as the event gains popularity.

World Book Day is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and reading marked in over 100 countries all over the world. The main aim of World Book Day is to encourage children to explore the pleasures of books and reading by providing them with the opportunity to have a book of their own. This year will see the 17th World Book Day, and on 5th March 2014 children of all ages will come together to appreciate reading. There’ll be a book token for every school age child and special £1 books that they can buy with them and loads of fun and games on the theme of books and reading. For more information go to





bringing art right into the heart of town

Abbey Walk Gallery opened six years ago and is now firmly established as Grimsby’s premier art venue, hosting an exciting and diverse rolling programme of contemporary art as well as offering studio space and representation to local artists and having a shop which sells a wide variety of top quality artists’ materials. Proprietors Gill and Elaine met while pursuing degrees in fine art and they forged a friendship which led to them

setting up the gallery when they graduated. They are committed to bringing exceptional art to the area and change their exhibitions every six weeks so there is always something new to see. They also run workshops alongside their exhibition programme. Visitors are always welcome and as well as the exhibitions they are also able to visit the resident artists at work in their studios on the premises.

The new year is always a busy time at Abbey Walk Gallery and 2015 promises to be no exception, starting with the arrival of an exciting new touring exhibition The Forest of Possibility. It’s an exploration of that most humble and most essential of media, paper and of its origins in the heart of the forest. The forest is a place of vast potential, where myths and fairy tales are created. Sinister or enchanted, it is a space for the subconscious, a place for both dreams and nightmares. Featuring seven artists This page - The Wheel by James Aldridge Facing page clockwise from top left Enciclopedia3 by Andrea Mastrovito; Empty Room With A Mirror by Stephen Newton; Cell by Stephen Newton; All Is Not Lost by Claire Brewster

from all around the globe, the exhibition invites you to enter a world of extraordinary encounters with the forest, its ancient trees and the animals and


plants that live there. In January the gallery is heading off to the London Contemporary and Modern Art Fair in Islington, London where it will be exhibiting Lincolnshire artists Stephen Newton, Paul Galyer, Linda Ingham and Michael Thacker ARBS. This is the third year that the gallery has exhibited and it is one of only a handful of northern galleries selected.

In February the gallery hosts the Retrospective Exhibition of internationally renowned artist Stephen Newton. Spanning nearly three decades this is a major event that groups together significant moments of his remarkable career. Highlighting the full extent of the artist’s work which, has encompassed a diverse range of techniques and ideas it’s a celebration not to be missed.


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Tuesday and Saturday 1pm - 4pm and Friday 10am - 1pm and Knit Club the second and last Last Saturday of the Thursdays of the month month 10.30am - 12.30pm from 7pm - 9pm Second Thursday of the £2.50 for the session month 7pm - 9pm

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Wednesday 4th Half day programme Knitting in the Round – Valentine project

Sunday 19th Beginners Crochet

Sunday 22nd Tunisian Crochet Part 2

March Wednesday 18th Gansey Knitting

May Sunday 17th Half day programme Crocheting On The Edge Wednesday 20th May Finishing Techniques Part 1

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January Tuesday 20th Phil Lewis / La Guns £10 Adv £12 Door Friday 23rd Lez Zeppelin / Screaming Eagles £16 Adv Saturday 24th Megadeth Uk / Electric Priestess £4 Adv £6 Door Friday 30th The Toxic Twins £5 Door

Saturday 31st The Blackmore Legacy £5 Door

February Friday 6th The Big Four Tribute Band (Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer & Anthrax) / Cortus £5 Adv £6 Door Saturday 7th Maet Loaf £7 Adv £9 Door

Friday 13th Eleventh Hour Friday 27th AC/DC Uk £5 Adv £6 Door Saturday 28th The Killerz £5 Door

March Friday 6th Toyah (Full Band Greatest Hits Tour) £18 Adv £20 Door Saturday 7th The Guns N Roses Experience £5 Adv £6 Door Tuesday 10th War Games £5 Adv Wednesday 11th Eclipse / Tainted Nation / Reach £8 Adv £10 Door Friday 13th Ben Poole


Saturday 14th The Boss Uk £5 Door Monday 16th The Answer / Bad Touch / The Picture Books £15 Adv £17.50 Door Friday 20th The Quireboys (Acoustic) £15 Adv £18 Door Sunday 29th Dan Reed And Danny Vaughn £15 Adv £18 Door

April Friday 3rd Fm £17.50 Adv £20 Door Saturday 4th Burlesque Night Sunday 5th Dizzy Lizzy Saturday 11th The Jam’d

In a career spanning thirty years Toyah has had thirteen top 40 singles, recorded twenty albums, written two books, appeared in over forty stage plays, made ten feature films and presented such diverse television programmes as The Good Sex Guide, Watchdog and Songs Of Praise. Now she’s back doing what she does best. Expect all the hits and more - this is definitely a show not to be missed.



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REPLAY RECORDS RELOCATES TO FREEMO new premises mean an even more great music to choose from


ot many of us get to turn our hobbies into successful

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Haven Mill, later moving to Railway Street and he has now upsized into new premises in Freeman Street opposite Boots. So how was the move? “It was hard work but I had a lot of help from good friends like Grimsby Signs, Carpets Galore and of course The Yardbirds Club.

after rack of musical memories and there’s plenty of new music on offer too. Replay carries music from every genre and is also a ticket outlet for many of the best live gigs in town. There are mugs, t-shirts and other collectables are on the way as well. So what’s the most valuable album he’s

18,000 albums and 6,000 CDs rack after rack of musical memories They made it a lot easier. And now we’re in, it all looks great.” With a vast collection of vinyl singles, more than 18,000 albums and over 6,000 CDs to choose from it’s the kind of shop where grown men can spend hours leafing through rack

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sold? A stereo original version The Beatles’ Please Please Me which sold for �2,000! And the record he’d most like to see coming in? The A&M original 7” single of The Sex Pistols’ Anarchy In The UK – a �10,000 touch if you’re in the market. So if you’re a music fan with gaps in your collection then get down to Replay but we warn you, better allow plenty of time for the trip because once you start sorting through those racks of vinyl you won’t want to stop!



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January Friday 30th Paul Jones & Dave Kelly Saturday 31st Young Folk Showcase featuring NE3Folk


Friday 6th Bronwynne Brent

Friday 13th Marcus Bonfanti

Saturday 14th Women Folk with Kathryn Williams and Maz O’Connor Friday 20th Jay Rayner: My Dining Hell Saturday 21st Burden of Paradise featuring the legendary Snake Davis

Friday 27th Comedy Double Header Romesh Ranganathan & Suzi Ruffell

Saturday 28th Jim Moray

March Friday 6th Babajack

Friday 27th Patrick Monahan Adventures In Monahan Land Saturday 28th The Jaywalkers

Saturday 7th @ 7.30pm Tom Crean: Antartic Explorer


Friday 13th Barb Jungr

Friday 17th Colin Vearncombe

Saturday 14th @ 10.30am - 3pm Northern Accent presents Readers’ Saturday with Natalie Haynes, Stephen May and Helen Cadbury, hosted by Yorkshire writer and poet James Nash

Saturday 18th Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre Company

Friday 20th Mark Morriss Saturday 21st Stuart Maconie: The People’s Songs

Friday 10th Kris Delmhorst

Friday 24th Northern Accent, a new series of literature events, presents Nature Writing Saturday 25th 4Square Thursday 30th @7.30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray

8pm unless otherwise stated. Doors open one hour before the start of performance. Barb Jungr

With rave international reviews and two prestigious New York awards, Barb Jungr is renowned for her unique vocal style, interpretation of song and radical approach to arrangements. Her acclaimed recordings and "revelatory" live performances have brought her to audiences all around the world and whether she's performing chansons or the works of Bob Dylan or Leonard Cohen Barb Jungr's shows are always a delight.





WHITGIFT FILM THEATRE Whitgift Film Theatre, Crosland Road, Grimsby DN37 9EH

January Wednesday 14th Effie Gray (12A) Thursday 15th Mr. Turner (12A), Wednesday 21st The Babadook (15) Thursday 22nd The Drop (15) Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th ‘71 (15) Wednesday 28th The Judge (15) Thursday 29th Andrea Chénier by Giordano. Presented live from the Royal Opera.

Friday 6th & Saturday 7th Serena (15)

Wednesday 25th What We Do In The Shadows (15)

Wednesday 11th Love’s Labour’s Lost by William Shakespeare Presented live from the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Thursday 26th My Old Lady (12A) Friday 27th & Saturday 28th The Homesman (15)

Wednesday 18th & Thursday 19th Interstellar (12A)

Thursday 12th Behind the Beautiful Forevers by David Hare Presented live from the National Theatre.

Friday 20th Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (PG)

Tuesday 17th Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky Presented live from the Royal Opera Ballet.

Friday 30th (@7.30pm) Saturday & Saturday 31st @2.00pm) 21st Frozen (PG) The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (12A) Wednesday 4th & Thursday 5th Nightcrawler (15)


Not many gigs early in the year for NTATH because they’re in the studio working on their new album, the follow up to Love And Other Weapons Of Mass Destruction. You can catch them at The King’s Head in Louth on February 27th though, taking the stage alongside Dynamite, Dynamite.

Wednesday 4th Love’s Labour’s Won by William Shakespeare Presented live from the Royal Shakespeare Company. Wednesday 11th La Traviata by Verdi Presented live from the English National Opera.

Thursday 12th Saturday 14th The Imitation Game (12A)

Not Tonight And The Headaches


April Thursday 16th The Hard Problem by Tom Stoppard. Presented live from the National Theatre.



Evening performances start at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated. Doors open 7.00pm. Check the website fior updates and for film programme for March to April



AROUND & ABOUT A quick look at a few events slightly further afield

February Friday 6th @ Scunthorpe Baths Jake Quickenden Friday 20th @ Brigg Servicemens’ Club Variety Concert For Ebony Friday 20th @ The Drill Hall, Lincoln King King Saturday 21st @ The Embassy Theatre, Skegness Motown's Greatest Hits How Sweet It Is

Sun 22nd @ The Drill Hall, Lincoln Fairport Convention

Sunday 8th @ Scunthorpe Baths The Chuckles of Oz

Thursday 26 @ Scunthorpe Baths The ELO Experience

Thursday 12th @ Scunthorpe Baths Rumours of Fleetwood Mac Thursday 9th @ Scunthorpe Baths Sunday 15th Giselle performed by @ The Embassy Theatre, Moscow City Ballet Skegness Saturday 25th & Secret Love Sunday 26th The Life & Music @ Forest Pines Hotel & of Doris Day Golf Resort, Nr Brigg Friday 20th Artisans In Action - Sale @ Scunthorpe Baths of Art & Craft Work Alan Davies: Thursday 23rd Little Victories @ Scunthorpe Baths Tuesday 31 69 Shades Of Black with @ The Drill Hall, Lincoln Gail Porter Rhubarb Theatre: The Case of the Curious Suitcases

Thursday 26th The Engine Shed, Lincoln Paul Foot: Hovercraft Symphony in Gammon Key Major

March Wednesday 04 @ The Drill Hall, Lincoln Circus Geeks Beta Testing

Wednesday 8th – Saturday 11th @ The Drill Hall, Lincoln Refresh Theatre Company Live Bed Show



FEB Fairport Convention @ Lincoln Drill Hall




Cleethorpes Winter 3K & 5K Series

Thursday 2nd @ The Embassy Theatre, Skegness Pasha Kovalev: Life Through Dance

Clee Athletic Club’s Winter Race 3K & 5K Race Series continues in the new year with races on February 3rd and March 3rd. Entry is on the night and is just £1.00 for the 3K Race & £2.00 for the 5K Race. Registration for both races is at Cleethorpes Cricket Club & entry opens from 6pm. Both Races start from the Leisure Centre and finish near the Pier. Please note the 3K Race starts at 18:30 and the 5K race starts at 18:45. For Sat Nav users the Cleethorpes Cricket Club can be found using DN35 0HZ Chichester Road Cleethorpes. Go to for further details.

Saturday 2nd @ The Embassy Theatre, Skegness Thank You For The Music Monday 4th @ Grainthorpe Village Hall Grainthorpe May Day Fayre



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Love’s Labours Won

This production of Love’s Labour’s Won (also known as “Much Ado About Nothing”) is set in the autumn of 1918 with a world weary Benedick and Claudio returning from the trenches to a house party, where Claudio falls in love with Hero and Benedick reignites his altogether more combative courtship with Beatrice. Youthful passions run riot before peace ultimately breaks out. The action is adorned by a glorious score by Nigel Hess that deftly references music hall, Gilbert and Sullivan, Ivor Novello and Noel Coward. This is, in its entirety, an endeavour that sings: poignant, impassioned and gorgeous. A must see show for all bardophiles.

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