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NEWS After 16 years, the last ever Sliky event at the O2, Bournemouth is set for October 5th and it sold out in a record 4 days. Set up way back in the late nineties, the current and final brand manager Lee Haslam answers a few questions about how he got involved with the brand and why it’s time to call it a day. How did you originally get involved with Slinky’s? I was then approached by the owners of the Slinky brand in 2007, which at the time was running in smaller club spaces and in my opinion a shadow of its former self. I came on board to help them get the brand back to market at the O2 and I am happy to report, for the most part, we succeeded. Soon after that came the record label, the weekly podcasts and I am proud to say we were the first dance music brand that had an iPhone app! So why is Slinky ending? In the current economic climate these events do not make financial sense. I know this may come as a shock to some people but its the truth and any promoter out there will tell you how hard it is. I run the events, the label and everything in between. Of course I have a few helpers and they get paid on an event by event basis but most of the money made from our events covers previous investments and wages not to mention deposits and

there will tell you how hard it is. I run the events, the label and everything in between. Of course I have a few helpers and they get paid on an event by event basis but most of the money made from our events covers previous investments and wages not to mention deposits and promotions for the next acts. In 2010, the owners said they wanted to focus on their other businesses so Slinky nearly ended then but they gave me the option to run it under my own steam and I am glad they did. I love Slinky with a passion just like everyone else and I shouldered the risk, so when the events made a profit, investors got their return and I got a nominal wage for all the hours I put in but when the events made a loss, it came out of my pocket. Most shows we did broke even or made an ok profit, but when you’re doing 250 + hours on an event and quite rightly splitting profits with investors and owners, your basically working for not a lot, however you crunch it. Yes we’ve had the occasional sell out and successful event, but too infrequently for it to continue. Put it this way, if people supported our events like they have for the Send Off, then we wouldn’t be having this conversation. a shame but its a fact. So what’s next? I am now looking for the next venture so watch this space.

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ROCK REGENERATION The current Bournemouth music scene is bursting at the seams with an eclectic choice of a huge variety of music covering many genres in venues all across the region. If you wanted to go to a gig everyday of the week this could easily be achieved by checking out the local gig guides as to what is on offer. The venues range from local pubs putting on tribute bands and open mic nights to dedicated venues hosting touring bands.

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If your tastes is anchored within the rock/metal genre you could do no better that check out any of the following great bands Sansara, Walk The Night, Saints Of Sin, Western Sand and of course the mighty Voodoo Vegas who all regularly can be found performing in the area. There is also a broad selection of folk music of all styles worth looking up with bands like Willowen, The Jack Ratts, Pronghorn, Lady Winwood’s Maggot, Fearne, Thirstyman and The Jimmy Hill Billies. If punk pop is your thing then check Escape from ‘98, Escape December, 9 Left Behind and Pump Action Radio. There are also plenty of impressive indie bands who come in the form of Empire Affair, Draw Me Ugly, Sirpico, Yellowgroove, Hooligan Choir, Peace, Love & Gloves and The Frequency. Bournemouth is also home to a huge amount of supremely talented solo acoustic artists such as Si Genaro, Jack Grace, Andy Stock, Dan Gordon, Alex Roberts, Hanah Robinson, Charlie Hole and that is just the tip of the iceberg. Venues such as Mr Kyps, The Winchester, Chaplin’s, The Anvil and the Sound Circus play host to a lot of the mentioned artists and normally for just a couple of pounds and even sometimes for free you can see a showcase of several bands all performing in one night.

September brings us towards the end of the summer festival season and there is no chance the pace slowing down in Bournemouth as there are two must see great outdoor events arranged to end the festival season with a bang. The first is ‘Party In The Park’ in Ashley Cross, a two date event that takes place in a beautiful shady park with 10 local bands costing just a fiver for the whole weekend. The next is the Boscombe Community Fair which this year celebrates it’s 18th Birthday with a three day, two stage event in King Parks with entry just a tenner for all three days. Information of all the local venues can be found elsewhere in this fine 1st edition of the new ‘Bournemouth Music’ magazine or for up to date live music reviews and a comprehensive gig guide check out our Rock Regeneration website. There is also a dedicated local music radio show called ‘Live Wire Live’ on Hope FM 90.1 hosted by myself and Tim Heywood. Each week we have regular guests from the local music scene performing live in the studio. We are looking forward to keeping all readers updated in the coming months with information of what’s going on in and around the Bournemouth area. CHINNERS

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2013 has been a busy year for British 5 piece Brother & Bones; two headline tours, a new EP, a summer packed full of festival shows and their first venture over to the USA. Next month they’re coming to stay with us on the south coast for gigs in Southampton, Portsmouth & Bournemouth so we thought we’d catch up with them and see what they’ve got in store for us. So, the new EP is due out imminently, what can we expect? Rich: Yeah, the new EP is out in Autumn. We’re really proud of it. It was recorded in a studio in Wales which was a really good experience for us as it was the first time we’ve had the right space, especially for recording drums, where we can record live but still have a good, roomy sound that’s really natural. We’ve produced it ourselves too so there’s a lot of our personality in there. There’s definitely some big, epic moments as well as some really intimate moments with a live track that we did which is just piano and a stripped back arrangement so there’s a bit of everything in there. We know your live shows are pretty special, how do you manage to capture that in a recording? Yiannis: This is the dilemma we’ve been having. In the past what we’ve done is try and replicate what we’ve done live on record but I think it’s transpired that’s actually a lot harder to do because you’re never going to capture exactly what you do live on a record…because it’s a record. So with this recording we’ve been using different textures and trying to think of it as two different entities; live and recording and take it to the next level with experimenting and trying new things. You’re very much a self-made band, having achieved so much already through your own determination, how did you get started and how did the band come together as a unit? Rich: I suppose we started how a lot of bands started. I’ve known Rob for years and years; we’ve played music together a lot. I knew James for years from him playing in a rock band, watching him play guitar in the same venues and then I got introduced to Yiannis and Si through mutual friends. James: It was quite natural wasn’t it, really? We got together, it worked well live so it kind of grew from there. It became much more of a business or much more of a reality when we actually started doing gigs together…. Robin: We’re a business?

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James: Well, you know, the fact that we thought, actually this works quite well, let’s take it seriously, rather than just for fun. Yiannis: And the fact that we’ve got to where we are just by hard grafting ourselves means we have had to treat it like a bit of a business in a way, where everyone’s got their roles... James does everything!

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FEATURE It’s been a pretty hectic summer, full of festivals – any particular highlights or stand out favourites? Si: Yeah, this summer we went to Ride Festival in Colorado, which was 10,000ft up in the mountains. Beautiful scenery – we got invited out there and it was a fantastic experience for us all. Is America somewhere you want more experience of? All: Yeah! Rich: Definitely, it was amazing. The fact that we were out there in the first place was due to complete luck that the festival organiser found us on YouTube. So to be the only British band on the line up and to play with some real legends was incredible. We got to meet quite a few people and everyone was really humble and really welcoming. So we saw some great music and just had a ball! James: I think it was really great playing in America as, no questions asked they seemed to get our style of music. It was amazing to go somewhere fresh for the first time and get that kind of reception. So definitely from that experience, we’re all massively keen to get back out to America. What’s your ultimate show goal? The one that marks the ‘yeah, we’ve made it’ point? Yiannis: Glastonbury, gotta be, hasn’t it? Rich: Yeah, Glastonbury. You can’t NOT want to play Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, that’s just impossible. Big stages work really well for us so Coachella, Benicassim, Glasto; they’re all the ones we want to go and play because it would be amazing. James: With regards to venues, we’ve always talked about Jools Holland. I think that really would mark it, I suppose more for music lovers and critics and ourselves…..just to be asked. Yiannis: I think that when you’re in that position where you’ve got a room full of 10,000 people or whatever and you know that they’re there to see you…. I think, for me that would be a massive changing point. Rich: As for support, if Zeppelin ever did another reunion gig, imagine getting the support on that show. I think I’d have a meltdown! James: Can you imagine?!? I think that would probably be the only time we’d ever get stage fright! Rich: I would be sh**ting myself. Are there plans for a full length album soon? Rich: No. We don’t do albums. We ONLY do EP’s. We have 99 EP’s ready to come now. You can have them one by one. One per year!! (ha ha) Robin: This EP, if it comes out the way we think it’s going to come out it will definitely speed up that process so I don’t think it’s going to be too long, given that this is the blueprint to how we want to approach it. Finally, tell our readers who you are and what it would say on your headstone? Rich Thomas (vocals & acoustic guitar) – Pasty Pits Jesus…..an old soul James Willard (backing vocals & electric guitar) – Disney Rock God Si Robinson (backing vocals & bass) – Wet Blanket with a wild side Robin Howell-Sprent (drums/percussion) – Noddy aka Silent Bob. The one you hear the most about….. Yiannis Sachinis (drum kit) – Cookie Monster aka Yes Chef. Seriously, try his food…

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Sep 13 | Sound Circus

Heavy melodic rock from ex-Dragonforce frontman

New offering from ex-Dragonforce founder and frontman ZP Theart, renowned for his powerful and recognizable voice, I AM I burst onto the scene with new album ‘Event Horizon’ in 2012. Absolutely jam-packed with wailing guitars, powerful operatic vocals and otherworldly sounds you can be sure of a live show bursting with energy and drama. FOR FANS OF: DRAGONFORCE / IRON MAIDEN / POWERQUEST

Charismatic and rocking blues from a modern legend

Having opened for B.B. King at age 12, signed a record deal at age 22 and played alongside legends Eric Clapton and Paul Jones it’s fair to say Joe Bonamassa is well on his way to achieving legend status himself. This is sultry, brooding guitar based blues - pure and simple. Well, maybe not quite so simple!

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Comedic rap from Newport, South Wales innit

Goldie Lookin’ Chain have defined their own brand of humorous, controversial and often explicit rap songs that satirise hip hop, today’s consumer society, the ‘chav’ culture and life in Newport and south Wales in general. You can’t help but crack a smile with these boys! The brand new single ‘Baneswell Express’ is out now. FOR FANS OF: THE BEASTIE BOYS / THE STREETS / SCROOBIUS PIP

Melodic death metal from Finland

Named after one of the most famous Finnish murder cases of all time (the murdering of three teenagers one night at Lake Bodom back in the 60’s) COB comine elements of melodic death metal, power metal, neo-classical and thrash. 2013 sees the so-called Hatecrew returning with the eighth studio record of their career ‘Halo of Blood’.

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THE AGONIST

Female fronted Canadian metalcore

Oct 23 | The Anvil

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The Agonist are primarily known for Lead singer Alissaa WhiteGluz’s ability to use both clean vocals and metal growls – she bashes out her vocals like Gwen Stefani possessed with the power of metal! Guitarist Danny Marino uses a melodic yet aggressive guitar style, combine that with creative basslines and Simon McKay’s intense and energetic drumming, their music is both catchy and heavy.

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Sep 6 | Halo

Bass in the Place Bournemouth!

The ‘Brookes Brothers’, or Phil and Dan to their mates, have emerged as one of the major breakthrough drum n bass artists of recent years. They hold residencies in both Fabric and Herbal nightclubs, playing regular national and international DJ sets and this month they’re coming to Bournemouth!

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Bristolian electro rockers set to take OFF

We were bowled over by The Ramona Flowers when we caught them supporting Bastille earlier this year. Combining elements of both rock and electro but not quite fitting into the traditional electro-rock mould, get in to see these guys now and expect them all over the festival season in 2014! FOR FANS OF: BASTILLE / HAIM / U2 / MSMR

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Roots, ragga and reggae vibes

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Described as ‘the most sophisticated drugs baron of all time’, Howard Marks has worked with the British Secret Service and has been connected with the Mafia, the IRA, MI6 and the CIA. This is a BRAND NEW SHOW for 2013 and Mr Kyps has the opening night which will feature funny anecdotes, terrifying tales and as much cunning as the proverbial fox. FOR FANS OF: GOOD STORYTELLING / STONER TALES / COMEDY

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Formed in 1999, UK gospel-reggae band Dubheart have made a name for themselves supporting artists such as The Wailers, Vibronics & Don Letts. With evident influences from classic 70s sounds to modern JA/US sounds as well as heavy steppin’ UK sounds Dubheart continues to deliver original live roots music to those who still want to hear heavyweight positive vibes!

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Human Beatbox Phenomenon

Shlomo is known for pioneering original beatboxing techniques including his 2-mic trancebox routine which won him widespread respect in the international beatbox community. He has worked with artists such as Björk and his own hip hop crew Foreign Beggars and is a must see for anyone intrigued by the magical things that can be achieved by the human vocal chords!

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ONES TO WATCH Introduce yourselves – who are you and what do you do in the band? Ross, and I play bass. If you had to create a genre name for your music, what would it be? Pop-Metal-Post-Post-Hardcore-Fusion? I guess, we just play what we like to listen to! Who or what gave you your first musical inspiration?

Death of an Artist first hit the local scene with their own brand of melodic/post-hardcore music in April 2009. By 2010 the band’s sound had progressed to a heavier, epic plane, taking influences from Underoath, Saosin, Emarosa, Thrice, and Alexisonfire. Their first release, the ‘Clarity of the Collective’ EP was recorded with Dan Lancaster at Studio Glasseye, with their debut album ‘X’, self released in June 2012, being recorded and produced with Neil Kennedy at The Ranch in Southampton. Summer 2012 saw the introduction of ex Viatrophy bassist Gav Thane as the bands new guitarist. Swiftly followed by a hugely successful hometown album release show for “X” and glowing reviews from the UK press. Since then the band have shares the stage with such luminaries as Deaf Havana, Yashin, and Lower Than Atlantis. This year has seen more changes to the line up with introduction of drummer Tim Reynolds and departure of Ross on bass. Gav made the switch back to bass and the band are on the hunt for a new guitarist. But far from slowing the band down, Death of an Artist have hit 2013 running. With a successful headline run at the start of the year the band are pressing forward with tours and looking forward to the summer festival season and a new EP to write and release in the process. ‘the impressively textured production and deft execution of the soft/heavy vocal dynamic ensure a breadth of sonic expression far beyond the lyrical’ - Kerrang! June 2012 KKKK ‘one of the most polished post-hardcore albums you’re likely to hear this year’ - [7/10] Rock Sound, June 2012

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Personally, probably Queen and Meat Loaf as that is all my Dad ever played, until Robbie Williams went solo… But as a band, Underoath and Alexisonfire were the main influences to start the band. If you could collaborate with any artist, living or dead, who would you choose? Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards! What’s your favourite midnight snack? Two pizzas What’s playing on your Ipod/in your car stereo RIGHT NOW? Bruno Mars, Jimmy Eat World and Hot Water Music currently What makes playing a hometown gig so special? Getting to play to our friends and family is always great, but the shows have just gotten bigger and bigger, and we’ve been making more fans and new friends and it just makes the shows a lot more fun and always a memorable experience! You can never beat a hometown show. Our local crowd are always up for it and always involved in the show from the first notes. Why should we come and check out your live show? We love to play live. We put our all into our shows and practise hard to ensure it comes across. We want everyone to leave sweaty and smiling.

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TUES 1 8pm £12.00

BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA ALBUM LAUNCH + ASH LEE + RIDDLED CATS + MARLEY BLANDFORD

CHRIS RICKETTS THE DOORS ALIVE + SPECIAL GUESTS FUNKT-IF-INO ALLSTAR DJs COMEDY CLUB DAVE TWENTYMAN + IAN COGNITO + MORE tbc IT’S A SIN RETRO ANTHEMS & GUILTY FAVOURITES SOUTHSEA FEST ONE DAY • ONE CITY • ONE STREET WOLF CUB CLUB FREE TILL LATE ETHAN JOHNS + TREVOR MOSS & HANNAH-LOU SHOWCASE THIRTEEN GRAND FINAL OASISH + MOJO DOLLAR HIPSHAKER 15th BIRTHDAY FEAT. THE TARGETS + GUEST DJs BILL & SECOND HAND DAN MOTIONLESS IN WHITE + THE DEFILED + GLAMOUR OF THE KILL LIAM FRAY + BIPOLAR SUNSHINE MAKING WAVES FILM FESTIVAL SEARCHING FOR SUGARMAN COMEDY CLUB RYAN McDONNELL + SPECIAL GUESTS TBC IT’S A SIN RETRO ANTHEMS & GUILTY FAVOURITES WWW.WEDGEWOOD-ROOMS.CO.UK CHECK FOR DETAILS THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT + SPECIAL GUESTS

SHOWCASE THIRTEEN SEMI FINAL 2 SEE WWW.WEDGEWOOD-ROMS.CO.UK FOR DETAILS OF CONFIRMED SEMI FINALISTS

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA + DEAD HARTS + NAPOLEON IT MUST BE MADNESS + SPECIAL GUESTS FUNKT-IF-INO WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST JAZZIE B JOHNNY BORRELL & ZAZOU + SPECIAL GUESTS FOSSIL COLLECTIVE + STORY BOOKS KIDS IN GLASS HOUSES + CARTEL + PROPELLERS POLTERGEIST + BIRD COMEDY CLUB ELLIE TAYLOR + SPECIAL GUESTS TBC TOM BERTRAM & TIM BRADSHAW + JERRY WILLIAMS ROB BECKETT: LIVE COMEDY ON TOUR

OCTOBER 2013

SUN 29 8pm £8.50

SAT 28 tbc

FRI 27 7.30pm £8/£6 FRI 27 11pm FREE!

THURS 26 Details tbc

WED 25 8pm £15.00

MON 23 8pm £12.00

SAT 21 9.30pm £5

FRI 20 8pm £8.00

THURS 19 8pm £5.00

WED 18 8pm £10.00

SAT 14 11pm FREE

SAT 14 12noon £18

FRI 13 7.30pm £8/£6 FRI 13 11pm FREE!

SAT 7 10pm £5.00

FRI 6 8pm £8.00

THURS 5 7.30pm £10

WED 4 8pm £4.00

SEPTEMBER 2013 FRI 6 11pm FREE

WOLF CUB CLUB FREE TILL 2.00am FUNKT-IF-INO ROOM TWO THUNDERDOME ROCK • METAL • ALTERNATIVE SOUTHSEA FEST ONE DAY•ONE CITY•ONE STREET DENDERA + SPECIAL GUESTS JOY MASK + ROSS ANTONIO BAND WOLF CUB CLUB FREE TILL 2.00am BEATS & SWING PRESENT BORN INA BARN LIVE IT’S A SIN ROOM TWO WHERE’S ME JUMPER? WOLF CUB CLUB FREE TILL 2.00am FUNKT-IF-INO ROOM TWO THE YOUNGER + SPECIAL GUESTS LITTLE ROBOTS PRESENT............... THUNDERDOME ROCK • METAL • ALTERNATIVE INSTANT SOOP COMEDY IMPROV SHOW WOLF CUB CLUB FREE TILL 2.00am BEATS & SWING ROOM TWO IT’S A SIN ROOM TWO ROOM TWO OF HORRORS CHAMPAGNE JUSTICE DJs HALLOWEEN HOUSE

6 10 13 15 19 20 21 28 31

COMEDY CLUB £8/£6 WOE, IS ME £10 THE SMYTHS £8 AURORA COMEDY NIGHT £8 THE BLOCKHEADS £18.50 COMEDY CLUB £8/£6 HIPSHAKER feat. THE FLIKS £5 KOJAK’S REVENGE £9 BOG ROLLING STONES £12 Check website for availability of tickets for other events on sale through the venue Box Office. Please note these may be subject to a booking fee.

HADOUKEN! £12.50 NORMAN JAY £8/£6 NORMAN WATT-ROY & FRIENDS £12.50 COMEDY CLUB £8/£6 THE RIFLES £14 TOLPUDDLE: WE WILL BE FREE! £12/£10/£9 THE UNION £13.50 36 CRAZYFISTS £12.50 KARNIVOOL £10.50

NOVEMBER 1 2 3 8 9 10 11 12 13

DECEMBER

NOVEMBER cont. 14 EDDI READER £20 15 DIRTY DC £8 16 THE POMPEY RUMBLE £15 17 EMILY BARKER & THE RED CLAY HALO £12 20 HACKTIVIST £8 21 SON OF DAVE £11 22 COMEDY CLUB £8/£6 23 DREADZONE £15 24 THE VIEW £13.50 25 HAR MAR SUPERSTAR £12 26 THE HEAVY £12 27 FOY VANCE £12 30 THE BEAT £16

14 16 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 26 27

ROACHFORD £12.50 NEW DEVICE/FALLING RED £6 LIMEHOUSE LIZZY £12 BEATS & SWING £tbc GHOSTPOET £12.50 THE BLACKOUT £15 MADINA LAKE £15 TYLER HILTON £16.50 SPEAR OF DESTINY £12.50 HALLOWEEN HOUSE OF HORRORS £5 THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL & MR HYDE £8/£6 30 CHARLENE SORAIA £10 31 THE PIGEON DETECTIVES £14

OCTOBER cont.

WEDGEWOOD ROOMS ALSO BOOKING

SAT 26 11pm £5.00

FRI 25 10pm FREE

SAT 19 tbc

FRI 18 11pm FREE

TUES 15 7.30pm £9

FRI 11 10pm FREE

SUN 6 7.30pm £4 WED 9 tbc

SAT 5 10pm £8/£6

FRI 4 11pm FREE

OCTOBER 2013

SAT 28 tbc

FRI 27 10pm FREE

SAT 21 9pm £5.00

FRI 20 11pm FREE

FRI 20 8pm £5.00

TUES 17 7.30pm £5

SAT 14 1pm £18.00

FRI 13 10pm FREE

SAT 7 10pm £5.00

Advance prices shown Tickets are non-transferable as per terms & conditions of sale

www.wedgewood-rooms.co.uk


what’s on 2013 AFTERNOON TEA DANCE

28

04 SEqUENCE & BALLROOM 12-4pm £3 members £2.50

18

ED BYRNE: ROARING FORTIES (14years+ Latecomers not admitted)

FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS

Everybody’s favourite northern comedian has announced a brand new tour for 2013. Featuring comedy anecdotes, comic misunderstandings and 19 audience banter! Doors 7.00pm Show 8.00pm £22.50

SONUS – DEAF WORLD 2013

27 Exhibition 10am-4pm Free Entry 1960’s Dinner Dance 7.30pm £40

BLOFELD & BAXTER:

MEMORIES OF TEST MATCH SPECIAL

01

LUCY SPRAGGAN Doors 7pm £12.50

03

JIMMY CARR GAGGING ORDER

07

EDITORS Doors 7pm £20.00

08

THE HAMPSHIRE FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE

28 BBC Cricket legends tour detailing their 40 year of

commentary box exploits. Doors 7pm Show 7.30pm £18.50 Over 60’s/Under 16’s £16.50 Groups 10+ 10% off (General & concessions)

Oct

Doors 7pm £14 (U14 + adult)

DR MASARU EMOTO Autumn UK Tour

TOM ODELL Plus Special Guests

12

ELLIE GOULDING Doors 7pm £19.50

17

DEAF HAVANA Doors 7pm £14.00

31st Oct, £19 then until 30th Nov, £20 thereafter.

ROYAL MARINES BAND CONCERT

10 In Aid Of Seafarers UK. Doors 7pm Concert 7.30pm £13 £14 £15 Concessions apply

Feb

Doors 7pm £12 (U14’s with an adult of 18+)

SOUTHAMPTON’S HARDEST MAN: GRAND PRIX FINAL

19 Eight of the city’s toughest, most skilled fighters will battle

THE CULT – ELECTRIC 13

more. Doors 7pm £29.50 (U14’s with an adult)

22

SUEDE Doors 7pm £26.50

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Apr

it out for the title ‘Southampton’s Hardest Man’. Doors 6.30pm Show 7pm £32 £37.50 £60 (Over 18’s Only I.D required)

20 Playing all the songs from their 1987 album Electric and

BILLY BRAGG: THE TOOTH & NAIL TOUR Plus Kim Churchill Doors 7.00pm £20 Seated Show DANCE YOURSELF DIZZY:

Jan

11

ALL SOLD OUT!

02

BALL Modern Jive Christmas Ball 07 CHRISTMAS (Over 16’s only) Doors 7.30pm Event 8pm. £17 until

05 60 Stalls of vintage fashion & homeware, crafts,

BOWLING FOR SOUP

7.30pm £10 Concessions £8

Doors 7pm Show 7.30pm £27.50 (12yrs+)

THE VINTAGE FAIR

10

Doors 7.00pm Show 8.00pm £25 (No under 16’s)

RUSSELL BRAND

Japanese scientist & author claims that human 03 consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Doors 7pm Show 7.30pm. £25.00 until 10th September and then £27.50. Concs £22.50 until 10th September and then £25

collectables, a tea party & beauty salon 12-5pm £2

(U14’s must be accompanied by an adult)

26 MESSIAH COMPLEX WORLD TOUR 2013

Dec

30 SLEEPING WITH SIRENS

Doors 7pm £20

HIM Doors 7pm £20 (Under 14’s with an adult)

30 Doors 7pm Show 8pm prompt £22.50

JASON MANFORD

Nov

Sep

BOX OFFICE: 023 8063 2601

11

BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA NEW YEAR JOHANN

12

LAMB OF GOD Doors 7pm £19.50

STRAUSS GALA Doors 7pm Concert 7.30pm £9 £15 £18 £20 Concessions apply

PSYCHIC SALLY - ON THE ROAD

Star of Sky LIVING’s Psychic Sally On The Road,

10 Britain’s favorite TV psychic, Sally Morgan returns with her outstanding 2014 nationwide tour. Doors 7.00pm Start 7.30pm £23.00

20

THE KERRANG! TOUR 2014 FEATURING LIMP BIZKIT

01

THE BOOTLEG BEATLES

29

JETHRO TULL’S IAN ANDERSON IN CONCERT Doors 7.00pm Show 7.30pm £26 £30

Doors 7pm £20.00 (Under 14’s with an adult) Doors 7pm Concert 8pm £27.50 Students & O60’s £20

Box Office: 023 8063 2601

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