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Gigs | Events Sessions | Workshops


Siobhan Wilson at The Hall, Lancaster 01524 831997 | |

Hello! This autumn there are new and exciting things happening in the More Music season. Firstly, we have teamed up with Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University to bring a new ticketing system to you. Tickets will be available from our website and you can still buy them in person at More Music and over the phone. You can sign up to our email newsletter through this system and there are no booking fees, so no hidden extras to pay! As before we are offering 20 half price tickets for anyone living at an LA3 or LA4 postcode (except for Zoe Rahman).

We are presenting gigs in other venues too – look out for the wonderful Siobhan Wilson and the inimitable Pictish Trail at The Hall and Euros Childs at The Yorkshire House. We are also producing a 24 Hour Music Party for Lancaster Music Festival.

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West End Fun Palace | Walking Tour Sigh of the Sea | Polska West End Winter Lantern Festival Siobhan Wilson | 24hr Music Party Euros Childs | Pictish Trail Alan Bell | Be Charlotte Orkestra del Sol Zoe Rahman Article XI and Favourite Animals Alexis Turner & Green Gartside Young Peoples Sessions Stages Christmas Gig MAC Exhibitions Adult & Family Music Sessions Magic Islands in Space With One Voice Far East Tour Reaching Out Conference Folk Workshop with Folkus Hire The Hothouse Friends of More Music Book Tickets How to find us Diary of events

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More Music’s Fun Palace Saturday 7 October | 12 - 4pm More Music joins forces with The Melting Pot, The Exchange Creative Community, Morecambe Artist Colony and West End Million to present a fantastic weekend of cultural activity throughout the West End. Follow the art trail, shop at the street market, take part in wacky experiments with Professor Pumpernickel, take a musical tour of the West End’s hot spots, grot spots and what nots, try your hand at screen printing and listen to great music as the West End comes alive for a day of community celebration. The Fun Palace at More Music takes place on Saturday 7 October 12 - 4pm The West End Weekend takes place on Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 October 11am – 4pm


Morecambe Streets Walking Tour Sun 8 Oct | 11am /1pm/3pm £1 Join Pete Moser and friends on a walking tour of the West End with songs performed at the places they were written. A song about waiting at a bus stop, one about the black bags piling up in the alley, a love song to an Aga and the Big Bay View in praise of the bay. Phone 01524 831997 to reserve your place and pay on the day. Book early as places are limited.

Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Sigh of the Sea


Another amazing show for Light Up Lancaster Produced by Pete Moser & Ashley Murphy

More Music is taking over Market Square with tales of the bay, the birds, the winds and the tides. Under a festooned roof of changing lights an hourly sequence of music will include: the Spirit of the Sea with her band of sixty mariners, a Shoreline Chorus of youth voices and beats, a surround soundscape of whispering waves and voices. All hosted by the one and only Gacko!

Fri 3 Nov | 5 - 10pm & Sat 4 Nov | 5 - 7.30pm


£2 per adult Under 18s FREE

Join us for a family evening of music, magic and fun as we celebrate St Andrew’s Day. Wieczór muzyki, tańca i polskich smakołyków. Tradycjne gry i zabawy, magik, malowanie twarzy. Wszyscy mile widziani, DJ Pablo. Serdecznie zapraszamy wszystkich! An evening of music, dancing & Polish treats. Traditional Polish party games, magician, face painting, DJ Pablo.

All welcome!

Saturday 25 November | 6pm Sobota 25 listopad | 18.00 4

Festivals & Events

West End Winter Lantern Festival

Wednesday 29 November


Parade from Sandylands School at 6pm A festive treat for all: the music, magic and light begins with a wonderful lantern procession from Sandylands School at 6pm. The lantern parade will lead to More Music on Devonshire Road where there will be a variety of free entertainment and live music.

Lantern Making Workshops

Sun 19 & Sun 26 November | 11am - 4pm FREE Come and make your own lantern to carry in the procession. It’s free and you don’t need to book a place but please remember that it takes 3 hours to make a lantern so make sure you leave plenty of time!

Booking : 01524 831997 | |


More Music & ECP present

Siobhan Wilson

£5 in advance £7 on the door

at The Hall, Lancaster

Siobhan Wilson is a singer songwriter from Glasgow. She cites Nina Simone, John Martyn and Perfume Genius among her influences and has toured with Willy Mason. Her new album ‘There are no Saints’ was featured as a BBC 6Music Album of the Day. “A sparse, tender record tying English indie-folk with European classical music to spellbinding effect.” The Skinny

Fri 22 September | Doors 7.30pm

24 Hour Music Party


Donations on the night

at Lancaster Music Festival

More Music couldn’t resist the challenge of another 24 hour music project! The party begins with street music and big singing before moving inside The Apothecary for a night of great bands, experimental moments and live streaming from across the globe. As dawn breaks there will be yoga, chanting and music making with children before going back outside for Chinese drumming and dragon dancing, a children’s ceilidh, choirs, Boogie Bill’s sing-along and a finale of “Thank You for the Music”. We are raising money for More Music’s work with Homeless Action. Every pound that is donated is doubled through our Arts Council England Catalyst programme.

Friday 13 October | Starts at 4pm Sign up to take part or to sponsor a musician at: 6

Away Gigs

More Music & ECP present

Euros Childs

£10 in advance £12 on the door

at The Yorkshire House

Having fronted the band Gorky's Zygotic Mynci from 1991 to 2004 Euros set up his own label National Elf in 2009 and to date has released 8 albums on the label Summer Special (2012), Situation Comedy (2013) Sweetheart (2015) and most recently Refresh! (2016). Euros played a blinder on his last visit featuring a brass quintet just for More Music!

Sunday 26 November | Doors 7.30pm

More Music & ECP present


£10/£5 advance £5 student ticket £12/£7 on the door

Winter Rewind Acid Reflux Tour with special guests M O N O G A N O N

at The Hall, Lancaster The Pictish Trail returns with eloquent songs which are as wildly varied as his selection of brightly coloured bobble hats that have seen him get mentioned in the same breath as his heroes Beck, The Beta Band and Hot Chip. His extraordinary vocals reveal hidden depths and have been accompanied by everything from acoustic guitar to a full-on four piece metal band to throbbing dance beats and samples, and often during the course of the same gig.

Friday 1 December | Doors 7.30pm Booking : 01524 831997 | |


The Alan Bell Band

£8 in advance £10 on the door

with Scolds Bridle

Alan is an award winning singer and songwriter, involved in the folk revival since the beginning, and including topping the Irish charts. An integral performer on the folk scene, Alan’s new CD ‘The Cocklers’ showcases new and older songs, telling stories about the lives and times of ordinary people. Scolds Bridle are a duo in demand on the festival circuit that couple a great repertoire with a wicked sense of humour.

Saturday 30 September | Doors 7.30pm

Be Charlotte

£5 in advance £7 on the door

at West End Weekend

The pitch perfect songstress has already taken strides in the UK and US wowing audiences with her impeccable vocals. She also raps and beatboxes and has helped to invent her own unique musical instruments. Be Charlotte has quickly become synonymous with endearing charisma that is displayed in her captivating live show. Her songs are comprised of anecdotal stories, which are effortlessly captured in soaring pop melodies using digital composition and live instrumentation.

Saturday 7 October | Doors 7.00pm 8

Gigs & Events at The Hothouse

Orkestra del Sol

£12 / £10 in advance £13.50 / £11 on the door

Sunday 12 November | Doors 7.00pm Orkestra del Sol’s explosive reinvention of global brass band music has captured imaginations, set pulses racing and left a trail of pummelled dance floors across continents since their formation in 2004. Ska, porro, Balkan brass, klezmer and funk combine to create a living, breathing polka-ing, pogo-ing honkstep for the 21st Century, their legendary live shows bursting with anarchic humour, wildly skilful musical arrangements and a roguish sense of theatre. Sponsored by The Balmoral Guest House Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Lancaster Jazz Fesitval & More Music present

Anton Hunters Article XI & Cath Robert’s Favourite Animals

£12/10 in advance £13.50/11 on the door

Thursday 9 December | Doors 7.30pm Cath Roberts & Anton Hunter (aka Ripsaw Catfish) present their ensembles Article XI and Favourite Animals, gathering together to play new music by the two bandleaders. Article XI was assembled for Anton’s mjf originals commission at Manchester Jazz Festival 2014. Favourite Animals formed for Cath’s Artist In Residence/Headline Artist commission at Lancaster Jazz Festival 2016. Featuring artists from across the European creative music scene, the two bands share many members and much common ground, while the music explores two composers’ different approaches to writing for improvisers. There’ll be a workshop looking at 'How to put the creative into creative jazz orchestra’ at 3pm. Sign up for details Booking : 01524 831997 | |


More Music & Smaller Rooms present

£18/15 in advance £20/16 on the door

Green Gartside & Alexis Taylor

Thursday 14 December | Doors 7.30pm Expect a real sense of occasion as two extraordinary voices from the realm of UK music royalty are brought together for this rare live outing. Green Gartside’s band, Scritti Politti, combined punk’s raw energy with gritty experimental sounds and strident melodic pop. After four critically acclaimed albums in the ‘80s and ‘90s, they delighted their fans in 2006 with a comeback and Mercury Prize-nominated album White Bread, Black Beer. Alexis Taylor fronts acclaimed synth-pop outfit, Hot Chip. His solo work consists of stripped-back, deeply personal piano-driven melancholia. One of merely a handful of performances, this double bill features top-drawer musicianship, exquisite vocals and genuine warmth between the artists. 12

Gigs & Events at The Hothouse

There is no better way to channel your creative energies and express yourself than through making music. If you and your friends think you’ve got the makings of a great rock band or rapper, or if you just want to try something new, then come down to one of our sessions for young people.

Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Tuesdays 6.30 - 9pm

8yrs +


Beginners 6.30 - 7.30pm Advanced 6.30/7.30pm - 9pm

Monday 6 - 8pm

Learn funky samba, drum and bass and reggae beats on our Brazilian percussion

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kit or bring your sax or brass to make a joyful noise and join the party as we perform around the country at festivals and carnivals.

LYVE is an exciting opportuni vocalists to sing and make cre of music from many different If you want to be a singer, songwriter, drummer, guitarist or a saxophonist, or learn about music production and the music industry – Stages is the place to meet new people, find a spark of inspiration or even start a band.

Wednesdays Thursdays 6.30 - 9pm

11-18 yrs


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If you've got something to say and you want to say it in style, then Friday Night Project is for you. Budding DJ, rappers, beatboxers and MCs will learn how to use words and sounds with power and precision, to get their message across in unique ways. You can also use the studio to record and produce your own tracks.

Tuesdays 6.30 - 7.30pm

6-12 yrs


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The choir sings many different songs... sometimes funky, sometimes feel good and always with the aim of having fun: making friends and performing, no experience or ability to read music necessary.

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Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Stages Live Christmas Gig Friday 8 December | 6pm - 9 pm £4 (£3 con) All ages Programmed by More Music’s Young Leaders, this will be a night of diverse performances from talented local artists.

TERM DATES Mon 18 September - Sun 29 October HALF TERM : Mon 30 October - Sun 5 November Mon 6 November - Sun 10 December Please check whether your session will run during w/c Mon 15 October when More Music host a week long residency with Zoe Rahman.


Gigs & Events at The Hothouse



Mortal Mirror 16 September Alanna Rusch “A few years ago I went on Amazon and bought a whole host of books that started with ’the secret language of…’. I thought these books will hold all sorts of symbolic meaning that I can use… and they did! 'The Secret Language of Birthdays', to be precise. This book has a title for each day of the year. The titles are brilliant! They’re humorous, but also to be held with pride. I felt these titles needed to come out of the books and started painting portraits of my friends and family. There is so much pleasure to be had in finding out your own title and thinking up a kindred image.”

FREE opening evening with music on Saturday 16 September | 6.30pm

The Fifty Faces of Employment 28 October A photographic exhibition by Kirsty Stuart-Clarke Fifty Faces is Kirsty Stewart-Clarke’s first solo exhibition. Kirsty sought out 50 people who were working in any kind of job and were an open book for the camera. The aim was to capture the uniqueness and emotion of her subjects in an exciting set of black and white portraits.

FREE opening evening with music on Saturday 28 October | 6.30pm Exhibitions are shown upstairs at More Music which is open on weekdays from 10am - 5pm. Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Adult & Family Sessions Why not try one of our regular classes or workshops and see where it takes you? Our friendly and experienced music leaders will help you to develop new skills, even if you've never played before. You’ll quickly learn essential techniques and build your confidence. All classes take place at More Music unless otherwise stated. Please check whether your session will run during w/c Monday 15 October when More Music host a week long residency with Zoe Rahman.



Lune Valley Voices The Centre @Halton Monday 6.45 - 8.45pm £4.50 in advance / £5 drop in All ages Discover the joy of singing in this friendly group. No experience is needed, all songs are taught by ear. Led by Sian Phillips, respected street performer and music teacher.

Clapping Song Tuesday 10 - 11am £4.50 in advance / £5 drop in per family (incl. refreshments) Under 5yrs Music, movement and song for under 5s and their parents/carers. Session leader Anni Tracy creates a fun music-making environment for all ages, from babes in arms to grown-ups.

Guitar Get Together Monday 7 - 9pm £4.50 in advance / £5 drop in 19+ An informal guitar class with Frenchie for those wanting to expand their skills.

Baybeat Streetband Tuesday 6.30 - 9.00pm £3 / £1 8yrs+ 6.30 - 7.30pm Beginners 6.30/7.30 - 9pm Advanced Learn funky samba, drum and bass and reggae beats on our Brazilian percussion kit, or bring your sax or brass to make a joyful noise, and join the party, as we perform around the country at festivals and carnivals.

Folk Group Monday 7 - 9pm £4.50 in advance / £5 drop in 19+ Learn new tunes, techniques and play with others. Have fun, try the dances or singing songs. It’s a great opportunity to play along with jigs, reels, hornpipes and polkas - ideal for ukulele learners or accordion players too.

This term the session start dates are staggered (see AT A GLANCE for details) and we have added a new pricing structure: £4.50 when paying per term or £5 drop in.






On the Beat 10am - 12noon & 1.15 - 3pm £4.50 in advance / £5 drop in 16yrs+ An interactive and fun music session for adults with learning disabilities, led by Bill Roberts who has many years experience leading SEND music making sessions.

Clapping Song at The Gregson 10 - 11am £4.50 in advance, £5 drop in per family (incl. refreshment) Under 5yrs Music, movement and song for under 5s and their parents/carers. Session leader Anni Tracy creates a fun music-making environment for all ages, from babes in arms to grown-ups.

Orbit Jazz Workshop Saturday 11.30am - 1.30pm £4.50 in advance, £5 drop in 16yrs+ Lancaster Community Music Centre, LRGS, East Road. Join Dave Shooter for this brilliant and inspiring jazz workshop playing standards and contemporary tunes, and working towards performances.

Bowland Community Choir at Garstang Library 6.30pm - 8.30pm £4.50 in advance / £5 drop in 18yrs+ Join the community choir and sing a variety of popular songs. The repertoire links to the locality with both traditional songs and new commissions. Long Walk Chinese Orchestra 6.30 - 7.30pm (Beginners) 7.30 - 9.30pm (Ensemble) £3/£1 All ages Learn how to play authentic Chinese instruments like the Ruan(moon guitar), Erhu (violin) or Dizi(flute). All the instruments are provided. Music leader Rick Middleton has played Chinese music for 9 years and learned first hand from Chinese musicians in the UK and Hong Kong.

Session dates: Sep - 2 / 9 / 23 Oct - 7 / 14 / 21 Nov - 11 / 25 Dec - 2 / 9 / 16


(with term start dates) MONDAY


Lancashire Youth Vocal Ensemble 6 - 8pm (Starts on Mon 18 Sept)

On the Beat 10am - 12noon On the Beat 1.15 - 3pm (Starts on Wed 6 Sept)

Lune Valley Voices 6.45 - 8.45pm (Starts on Mon 18 Sept) Guitar Get Together 7 - 9pm (Starts on Mon 4 Sept) Folk Group 7 - 9pm (Starts on Mon 4 Sept)

Bowland Community Choir at Garstang Library 6.30 - 8.30pm (Starts on Wed 6 Sept)


Long Walk Chinese Orchestra 6.30-7.30pm (Beginners) 7.30-9.30pm (Ensemble) (Starts on Wed 6 Sept)

Clapping Song 10 - 11am (Starts on Tues 12 Sept)


Baybeat Streetband 6.30 - 7.30pm (Beginners) 6.30/7.30 - 9pm (Advanced) (Starts on Tues 19 Sept)

Clapping Song at The Gregson 10 - 11am (Starts on Thurs 14 Sept)

SATURDAY Orbit Jazz Workshop 11.30am - 1.30pm (Starts on Sat 2 Sept)

Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Magic Islands in Space

ÂŁ5 Family ticket

Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 November These amazing music sessions for young children have been created by More Music in partnership with Charlotte Arculus, Early Years Artist, comic performer, musician and artistic director of Magic Adventure. The sessions will take place in a specially created space where objects, instruments and playful interventions gently flow in and out. Blending singing, music, light, texture, colour and shadow to create a magical experience for very young children and their families. The activities will be immersive and interactive allowing children to explore according to their own needs. We’ve added a music tech element for this show so expect to make some bleeps and sweeps as you travel through the cosmos!

Magic Islands in Space for Babies

Babies who are not yet walking (40 mins) Saturday 18 November 9.30am Sunday 19 November 11am Come and play in a multi sensory environment. Gentle songs and sounds and materials to stimulate and relax you and your baby. 20

Magic Islands in Space for Toddlers

For children 0-3yrs (45 mins) Saturday 18 November 11am | 1.30pm | 3pm Sunday 19 November 9.30am | 1.30pm | 3pm Come and explore music, sound and lights, encourage voice play, movement and playfulness.

Gigs & Events at The Hothouse

With One Voice with Beth de Lange

Tickets ÂŁ15

Saturday 21st October | 10am - 4pm Beth de Lange has been leading community choirs and drumming groups in Derbyshire for the past 19 years. She also set up and led the Derby Georgian Choir to meet her particular interest in traditional Georgian singing. Her motivation is simply that singing in harmony with other people makes her feel great, and she enjoys sharing her favourite songs with others. She has a particular interest in music from different world cultures, as well as folk music from the British Isles. Beth welcomes all voices, and believes that everyone can enjoy singing. All songs are taught by ear, so no need to read music. You can expect; a fun warm up, at least one Georgian song, one Jewish Niggun (a song without words), and some of Beth's own arrangements of world and folk music.

Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Engaging with Communities

Far East Tour - November 2017 Artistic Director, Pete Moser, will be travelling to Hong Kong, New Zealand and Australia to deliver workshops and speak at two conferences – one in Hong Kong and the other in Auckland. He will be co-presenting a paper with Hong Kong partners that analyses the ten-year community music programme in Hong Kong both at a local conference


and then at the Asia Pacific Community Music Conference in Auckland. He will then travel to Australia to run workshops at the Queensland Conservatorium. This international work will be building the foundations of the next ISME Community Music Conference in July 2018 in Tblisi, Georgia for which Pete is a co-chair.


Reaching Out

Tickets £30

North West Children in Challenging Circumstances

Friday 10th November | 10am - 4pm Venue: HOME� 2 Tony Wilson Place,�Manchester M15 4FN The first annual conference curated by the Children in Challenging Circumstances North West network; meet professionals in the sector and discuss your experiences in, and find out about the latest research about the ever-changing world of CCC, along with

presentations from leading practitioners such as Phil Mullen and Simon Glennister. This will be an informal day of research, sharing and conversation, open to all from managers to workshop leaders within the sector.

Booking : 01524 831997 | |


Folk Workshop

Tickets £15 / £10

In association with Folkus Spend the afternoon with experienced folk musicians and develop your playing skills. Learn more about your chosen instrument, enjoy playing with other musicians and discover new techniques. TUTORS Sian Phillips - Accordion Fred Rose - Guitar Ben Farmer - Ukulele

Saturday 21 October | 2 - 5pm

Hire The Hothouse

The Hothouse on Devonshire Road in Morecambe is the perfect place for conferences and meetings, live events or parties and functions. Whether you’re organising a birthday party, anniversary or charity event, we can help as much or as little as you like and have a range of options to choose from. For enquiries call 01524 831997 or email 24

Workshops / Hire The Hothouse

Become a Friend of More Music

It’s a simple way to support our work and keep up to date with More Music. For more than 20 years, More Music has made music with thousands of people in Morecambe and across the region, country and world, working in schools, youth theatres, libraries, colleges, community centres, parks and on beaches! As a charity we create opportunities to contribute to something positive that can change lives and bring communities together. By making a regular donation you will join a group of people who help us to continue this great work. For more information go to

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Booking Tickets More Music has a new and exciting relationship with Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University who have become our ticket agent. If you are buying a ticket in advance of the event, there are four ways to buy: Online by clicking on the links on our website Visit More Music in person Call More Music on 01524 831997 Call or visit the Box Office at Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University on 01524 594151 On the Door sales Tickets will be available on the day of an event from More Music’s Box Office from the Doors time, unless the event is sold out.

HALF PRICE TICKETS FOR ALL GIGS Ticket offer for residents of Morecambe’s West End.

The advantage of a new ticketing system is to provide you with an improved service which is safe, secure and meets new Data Protection Legislation. It also means that you are able to opt in to e-newsletters and receiving information from More Music.

20 half price tickets are available per gig for people from the LA3 and LA4 postcode areas.

More Music takes data protection very seriously and any information supplied will only be used in the way that you define and for reporting to our funders. It will be stored securely and never shared or sold to other individuals or organisations.

Proof of address required.


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How to Find Us

SAT NAV: LA3 1QT The Midland Hotel

Promenade To Heysham Village & Port

Marine Road West

To Carnforth & A6/M6 North


Cycle Track Westminster Road

Morecambe Station

Balmoral Road

We are here!

B5274 (Westgate) to Lancaster & M6 Jcn. 34

A589 to Lancaster & M6 Jcn. 34

To plan your journey use and use our postcode LA3 1QT as your end destination. There is ample on street parking around the venue. Getting back to Lancaster using public transport: The last train from Morecambe to Lancaster is at 22.24 on Saturday, and 22.51 Monday - Friday. Buses run throughout the evening - with the last one to Lancaster being the 2a at 23.25 from the bus stop on Westminster Road (five minutes walk from More Music).

Booking : 01524 831997 | |


SEPTEMBER Sat 16 Fri 22 Sat 30 OCTOBER Sat 7 Sat 7 Sat 7 & Sun 8 Sun 8 Fri 13 Thurs 19 Sat 21 Sat 21 Sat 28

7.30pm 7.30pm

Exhibition : Alanna Rusch Siobhan Wilson at The Hall, Lancaster The Alan Bell Band with Scolds Bridle

12 - 4pm 7pm From 11am 11am/1pm/3pm From 4pm 7.30pm 10am - 4pm 2 - 5pm

More Music’s Fun Palace Be Charlotte West End Weekend Morecambe Streets Walking Tour 24 Hour Music Party At Lancaster Music Festival Zoe Rhaman and the Inner City Ensemble With One Voice with Beth de Lange Folk Workshop with Folkus Exhibition : Kirsty Stuart Clarke

NOVEMBER Fri 3 Sat 4 Fri 10

5 - 10pm 5 - 7.30pm 10am - 4pm

Sun 12 Sat 18 Sun 19 Sun 19 Sat 25 Sun 26 Sun 26 Wed 29

7.00pm 9.30am - 3pm 9.30am - 3pm 11am - 4pm 6.00pm 11am - 4pm 7.30pm 6pm

Sigh of the Sea at Light Up Lancaster Sigh of the Sea at Light Up Lancaster North West Children in Challenging Circumstances Conference at Home, Manchester Orkestra del Sol Magic Islands in Space for Babies & Toddlers Magic Islands in Space for Babies & Toddlers Lantern Making Workshops Polska Lantern Making Workshops Euros Childs at The Yorkshire House West End Winter Lantern Festival

DECEMBER Fri 1 Fri 8 Sat 9 Thurs 14

7.30pm 6 - 9pm 7.30pm 7.30pm

Pictish Trail at The Hall, Lancaster Stages Live Christmas Gig Cath Roberts Anton Hunter Green Gartside & Alexis Taylor


Mon 4 Sept - Sun 10 Dec 2017 Half Term : 30 Oct - 5 Nov

More Music is a community music and education charity based at The Hothouse in Morecambe, with more than 20 years experience delivering workshops, training, performances and festivals across the district, region and beyond. More Music seeks to build confidence and spirit in individuals and communities through the arts, especially music.

More Music The Hothouse 13 - 17 Devonshire Road Morecambe LA3 1QT

01524 831997

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Autumn 2017 brochure  
Autumn 2017 brochure  

Full details of our autumn gigs, sessions, festivals and events