“Nothing is off limits…”

Ahead of her visit to TOM this October, Canadian comedy maestro Mae Martin spoke to BN1 Magazine about all things Brighton, Canadian humour, comedy’s role in politics… and Bette Midler…

Are you looking forward to returning to Brighton?
I LOVE BRIGHTON. I had the best jacket potato of my LIFE in Brighton. I still think about it.

What kind of dialogue would you like with your Brighton audience; is there anything you’re hoping they don’t ask?
Nothing is off limits. I want them to put all sorts of questions in my bucket (I don’t know why that sounds like a euphemism). The only questions I find difficult are ones related to niche British politics and referencing people I don’t know.

What’s the funniest experimental gig you’ve ever done?
I did one where a girl from the audience came on stage and we reenacted my recent break up, with her playing my ex. At the end of it I felt like we’d really shared something. Not sure how she felt. 

You’ve been living in the UK for seven years now – do Brits have better humour than Canadians? How?
It’s just different! Audiences are more vocal. And self deprecation reigns supreme. I love it. Canadian humour is pretty close to British, though. Closer than American for sure.

How do your life experiences influence your comedy?
Most of my comedy is really personal and quite uncomfortably exposing, so I’d say yes, massively.

Your BBC Radio 4 series, ‘Mae Martin’s Guide to 21stCentury Sexuality’, explores the millennial generation’s sexual revolution and its developing attitudes in relation to gender. What makes these issues such a rich source of comedy?
Everything is shifting and changing all the time so it’s an interesting thing to track and explore. Also it’s so universal – we ALL have a sexuality, and an identity, and nothing could be more human.

Do you think comedy should play a role in politics?
Comedy has a rich history of social commentary and subversion, so it absolutely must play a role in reflecting the world back at us and bridging divisions and misunderstandings. I wish I was better at political comedy but I leave it to people who it’s their specialty.

You started performing when you were 13. How did those early experiences shape the comic you are today?
I had a tumultuous adolescence in and around comedy clubs and those experiences absolutely inform who I am today. One positive thing is that I was able to experiment with different comedy styles and genres and attitudes before the era of youtube, and get it all out of my system relatively early so that in my twenties I knew who I was on stage more clearly. 

If you didn’t do stand-up, what else do you think you’d be doing?
I have no other qualifications and never went to school so I’d probably be pretty screwed. But probably music! Or I’d like to be Bette Midler’s personal assistant.

Do you have any more exciting projects lined up for the future?
I have a Netflix stand up special coming out in January 2019, and exciting stuff to announce in the coming months, too!

The Mae Martin Experiment is on Wednesday 17 October at TOM – tickets are available here.

For more lovely interviews and content like this, check out our friends at BN1 Magazine here.

TOMtech 2018 is here!

Now in it’s fourth year, TOMtech is our in-house programme of performances using new technologies. Not content with the traditional artforms (we still love them – have you seen our packed autumn season?) we are leading the way forward with new forms of storytelling, immersive entertainment and cultural experiences that take your breathe away.

This year, we are showcasing virtual reality experiences that illustrate the best of what is possible in this medium. Carefully selected from festivals, artists and design studios both here and around the globe, these vary from the enchanting to the extreme. As you look through, be sure to reference our rating symbols to know what will suit you best.

It is not all VR though. Opening the programme this year, we are delighted to welcome the beamer community into the building to adorn our walls with light powered art.

Beyond the public events, we are running a course for theatre makers to learn how to create immersive content and developing our own multi-user production (thats under wraps, for now…)

TOMtech allows us to dream on what the entertainment of the future will be. Over the last few years our VR shows and events have seen sold out crowds coming to the venue to try the latest experiences. 2018 is no different. This year’s programme includes the chance to have a 1-2-1 biology lesson with Sir David Attenborough at the Natural History Museum, a heart-stopping journey beyond the grave (in Doom Room) and a unique view on the relationship between twins thrown apart by one night.


Pop-Up Brighton and TOMtech
BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER (BYOB)

14-15 Sep

Bring Your Own Beamer has been wow-ing crowds in Brighton for six years. Launching our TOMtech programme with two nights of projector powered digital art expect to find the building transformed in to a digital wonderland.

Alongside the open sessions – join Pop-Up Brighton for parties, workshops, masterclasses and talks. Check online for schedule.

TICKETS & MORE INFORMATION


Makropol and TOMtech
DOOM ROOM
20-30 Sep

A boundary-defying live VR experience from Danish collective, Makropol. You are invited to put on a blindfold and begin a guided meditation where you are transported to the afterlife. Technological wizardry combine with heart-stopping live performance in this remarkable work. WATCH THE TRAILER HERE.

Contains scenes of an extreme nature that some audiences may find disturbing. Please see website for trigger warnings BEFORE booking.  

TICKETS & MORE INFORMATION


TOMtech
VR PARLOUR

20-30 Sep

A 10-day curated installation that invites you to enjoy some the finest immersive works the world has to offer.  Your ticket covers guaranteed slots on the three main exhibits below and overleaf, curated for small groups over one-hour sessions. Programme includes:

HOLD THE WORLD WITH DAVID ATTENBOROUGH (Sky VR/Factory42/Natural History Museum)

A unique one-on-one encounter with a digitally realised Sir David Attenborough, in which he teaches you how to examine remarkable specimens from the Natural History Museum’s collection.  Go behind the scenes to areas usually closed off to the public to get up close with a stegosaurus, a trilobite, dragonfly, blue whale and a pterosaur. WATCH THE TRAILER HERE.

IS ANNA OK? (BBC/Aardman Animations)

A true story of twins thrown apart by one night.  Step into their shoes and a beautifully illustrated world, explore memories through objects, and uncover what happened from both perspectives.

EMPIRE SOLDIERS (Metro-Boudot-Dodo)

Empire Soldiers tells the compelling stories of the forgotten Caribbean and South Asian soldiers of World War 1.  Hear the captivating stories of the battlefield as you are joined by a returning soldiers and share the emotional experience of the return home. As the journey continues to the present day, focus turns to the resulting changes of the last 100 years, and the impact of migration on the world today.

TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION (See all three above for one price)


Hatsumi VR
NOÖSPHERE: MINDFULNESS IN A HYPER-CONNECTED WORLD
20-23 Sep

Scientists and meditation gurus alike have sung the praises of mindfulness as a technique we can harness to improve our mental wellbeing. Whilst living in an age of hyper-connectivity often perpetuates mental distress, perhaps we can use technology as a tool to connect with ourselves, regulate our emotions and regain control over our minds and bodies.  Join us for an hour-long journey through three immersive experiences, inviting you to breathe, embody and visualise mindfulness.

TICKETS & MORE INFORMATION


TOMtech and MakeReal
VRLAB
4-7 Oct

One of the most popular events during Brighton Digital Festival, vrLAB brings together immersive experiences and experiments from the world of arts, gaming, documentary/film and … well, wherever we can find interesting things to share! Pick your slot time and explore the latest technological advancements from our digital mavericks.

TICKETS & MORE INFORMATION


For full listing information, to book tickets or find out more, visit the venue’s main site via www.theoldmarket.com/tomtech

TOMtech is funded by Arts Council England through National Lottery Project Grants and supported by Sheffield Doc/Fest, Make [Real], Virtual Umbrella, BBC and Pop Up Brighton. TOMtech is part of Brighton Digital Festival the UKs largest exploration of digital culture. Check out the programme here.

WELCOME TO BRIGHTON, MISS SPEARS

We’re a bit in love!

Ahead of Britney Spears headlining Brighton & Hove Pride – Official Page on 4 August, 201 Dance Company have created a dance video to her track “Gimme More” – featuring loads of classic Brighton landmarks. They’re here with their new show 201 Dance Company: Skin on Fri 7 Sep, and you’re not going to want to miss it!

Tickets for the show are available by clicking here, and you can watch the video in full by clicking here

 

 

 

 

 

Festivals ’18 – Team TOM’s picks…

With Festivals season lurking around the corner, we’re getting a wee bit giddy to say the least. So to celebrate, some members of the TOM Team have picked out what they are most excited about this season and why…


Helen (Programmer)
The Fabulous Backstrom Brothers is sure to be a giggle! Spymonkey’s outrageous and brilliantly disruptive influence on even the most highbrow art forms is a complete joy to behold. I can’t wait to see how director Toby Parks works with two Finnish opera singing brothers in this musical cabaret that is billed as Richard Wagner meets Johnny Cash in a Ring of Fire!!


Andy (Marketing Officer)
I can’t wait to see Hammerhead, the latest offering from Joseph Morpurgo. He is famed for his razor sharp wit and immense talent for improvisation – if you’ve ever seen his performances as part of the Jane Austen inspired improv group Austentatious then you’ll know how good he is. If you haven’t seen him, he’s unlike any other comic act on the circuit so well worth a watch. I can’t wait (but I’m going to have to…)


Tanya (Operations Manager)
Ooo, there’s a lot I want to see this season! All of the Finnish Season, Benjamin Zephaniah, Fleabag… but I’m probably most looking forward to The Lovers Circus. This is a new venture for us, a really exciting one! There’s going to be some fantastic music throughout the night (love The Turbans particularly) and a variety of entertainment including poetry, VR, workshops and more. Loads to keep you busy partying into the night!


Mark (Marketing Manager)
Just recently, I made my first visit to TOM’s Film Club and had a wonderful evening, so I’m eager to see the next offer – the Nick Cave Double Bill. The atmosphere at the club screenings is unlike any other cinema I’ve been to, so relaxed and welcoming, and I think I’m the only person in my family who hasn’t seen either of these films. Even so, the family are coming with me to see them again! I’m particularly looking forward to One More Time With Feeling, Andrew Dominik is a great director (Chopper anyone?)


Emily (Finance Assistant)
It’s got to be Fleabag. There is sooo much hype for this show, it’s won loads of awards, it’s selling out everywhere it goes (we’re on course for a similar outcome here!) and I loved the BBC3 series. Imagine Miranda, but a really, REALLY bleak version. I think everyone has those moments of social anxiety that they can relate to, and this show breaks it all down in a filthy, yet somehow charming way.


These are just some of our opinions. There’s a lot more on offer, including DollyWould by the wonderfully named Sh!t Theatre (pictured below), David Shrigley’s Problem in Brighton, a collaborative concert with Sarah Jane Morris and Antonio ForcioneThe Great Escape Festival and more, so we’re sure they’ll be something for everyone.

Have a look at our full lineup here, and we’ll see you very soon!

Team TOM x

Hurrah! Pre/Post show meal offers this Xmas!

Get delicious discounts off your Christmas meal with your Cinderella and the Beanstalk tickets…

 

If you like your panto with a twist, Cinderella and the Beanstalk is the show for you – a fast-paced, bare-knuckled comedy penned by the multi-award winning trio Sleeping Trees and directed by Tom Attenborough. 

To ensure your festive night out goes with a bang, we’ve teamed up with four great restaurants to give you money off your food bill. All you need to do is present your Cinderella and the Beanstalk tickets upon arrival. Discounts are valid between Thu 14 Dec – Sat 6 Jan, and terms and conditions apply at each restaurant – see below for all the details. Happy yule tide everyone!

 

SIX
102-105 Western Road, Hove // sixbrighton.com // 01273 725495 // 150m from The Old Market

Get 10% off your food bill at SIX with your Cinderella and The Beanstalk tickets. Offer applies to advanced bookings only, up to a maximum of 6 people. Book here or by phone. Taking influence from abundant country fields in Europe, SIX combines the freshest ingredients with a passion for bringing out inherent flavours in a contemporary approach to cuisine.

Fatto A Mano
65-67 Church Rd, Hove BN3 2BD, Hove // fattoamanopizza.com // 01273 325400 // 800m from The Old Market

Open everyday from midday – 10pm, Fatto A Mano is a fast-paced eatery, serving up delicious wood-fired Neapolitan pizza. Kids eat for free at Fatto A Mano, making it the perfect place to take the family before or after the matinee show. For group bookings over 6 people, reserve your table by phone, or if there are less than 6 of you, just turn up.

La Choza
105 Western Road, Brighton // lachoza.co.uk // 320m from The Old Market

Present your ticket on the day of the show to claim 10% off your food bill at La Choza, Western Rd. Valid for lunch or a pre-show dinner and subject to availability. Offer valid on food only and excludes Friday and Saturday evenings after 7pm. Please note Christmas is a very busy time of year, so advanced booking is highly recommended by email, phone or online bookingLa Choza serves authentic slow-cooked Mexican street food. Recommended by The Guardian and named one of the UK’s best ‘cheap eats’ in the Observer Food Monthly awards, the menu includes fresh tacos, burritos and quesadillas.

Bottom’s Rest
Conquer House, 16 Lower Market St, Hove BN3 1AT // 01273 733513 // 10m from The Old Market

Enjoy food and drinks in Bottom’s Rest, a cosy, hidden gem of a pub, tucked away just behind the venue. Present your Cinderella and The Beanstalk ticket on the day of the show and get 10% off your food bill.  Subject to availability, please note Christmas is a very busy time of year, so advanced booking is highly recommended. To secure your booking, call Bottom’s Rest or email bottomsrest@gmail.com.
Offer excludes: Tuesday 241 burger offer, Wednesday curry night, Thursday wing night, and Sunday roasts. Under 18s are welcome until 8pm.

WILDER STORIES: SERIES 2 – A CALL FOR STORIES

Do you have a story to tell?

Earlier in the year we launched a brand new podcast series called Wilder Stories.  We invited storytellers from all disciplines to spin their yarns –  with each podcast having a unique theme.

The first podcasts were recorded in front of a live audience during Brighton Fringe and were hosted by poet-musician Chris T-T and scored by Todd Jordan.  After the success of these we’re searching for participants for the next round, with the natural environment our inspiration.

The chosen themes for Wilder Stories series 2 will be;  THE SEA, THE HILLS, and THE WOODS.

If you have a suitable short story, poem, essay or song then we’d like to hear from you! This time, we’ll be recording each story on the move – so can meet you at a chosen location to hear your story, or you can come to us.

How to apply:

– Indicate whether your submission is a story, poem, essay, narrative song or something else entirely.
– Let us know which theme your piece is inspired by (the sea, hills or woods).
– It should be no longer than 5 minutes in length.

Send a transcript or a link to a recording with the subject line: WILDER STORIES 2 + SEA/HILLS or WOOD
to james [at] theoldmarket.com

You can apply to more than one, if you would like to.

The deadline for submissions is Fri 15 Sep and we will let you know by Wed 20 Sep.

Wilder Stories is produced by The Old Market with LoFi Arts and hosted by CJ Thorpe.

Autumn season launch – #TOMtech, TOM’s Film Club and more!

Brighton Digital Festival begins in September and we’re serving up our biggest #TOMtech season ever.

A Technology Takeover?

Throughout Autumn, we’ll be hosting workshops, events and meet-ups that will explore how new technologies are changing the creative landscape, with one burning question – how can the latest developments in tech improve how we experience culture?

We’ll be posing this question and many others to artists, tech wizards and everyone in between during the festival, with some of the findings being podcasted and blogged on the #TOMtech site.

To start the season off, we’re more than a little bit excited that cutting-edge design studio Marshmallow Laser Feast are bringing their interactive musical laser installation Forest to the venue for two weeks, from Tue 29 August.

Made of steel rods and lasers, the installation invites you to play, tap, shake, and pluck the musical ‘trees’. Interacting with the trees causes them to swing and oscillate, creating vibrating patterns of light and sound. Each tree is tuned to a specific tone, creating harmonious sounds spatialised and played in surround sound. As well as Forest, there’ll be other immersive virtual reality experiences to explore, all part of the MLF retrospective: Habitats

Check out the video below to hear and see the Forest in action.

As well as Habitats, other ground-breaking VR experiences include the sensual journey Frogman, the first full length piece of VR theatre, which uses binaural sound to take you into the heart of the coral reef. The sumptuous WHIST takes you on a journey into the unconscious mind. And vrLAB returns to showcase yet more virtual reality experiences following a sell-out run last year.

Elsewhere, there’s cutting edge automated performance in Macondo and REMOTE where you, the audience, steer the show.

TOM’s Film Club continues…

We’ve got some real corkers coming up for our AUTUMN season. Including The Love Witch, a special #TOMtech and Brighton Digital Festival screening of Ex_Machina and the supernatural horror, Under the Shadow.

We’ve introduced a bundle offer where you can buy tickets for two films for £10, or a season pass for all films for just £24! Individual tickets are still priced at £6 each.

Want to know more about the rest of the season? Film Club creator, Michael McDermott talks to Culture Calling about the origins of the club and what films are coming up.

 

 

A show to get your teeth in to this Halloween…

We’re super excited to announce the return of Exeter based comedy troupe, Le Navet Bete. They’ll be bringing the funny this Halloween with their very own take on Bram Stoker’s classic novel, Dracula.

The troupe are no stranger to TOM, with last year’s rendition of Dick Tracy and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (2015), both hailed by the critics. Dracula: The Bloody Truth promises to have the vampires back in the ground and will leave you flying high! Check out the full length trailer below for more giggles, you can fang us later…

May is wilder than you know…

Are you sitting comfortably? We’ve been busy sharing our own stories down in the basement, to warm up for our brand new storytelling night Wilder Stories

Story Mash #wilderstories

The TOM team and friends spinning yarns.


At the heart of any arts festival is the sharing of stories, so we’ve brought together artists, academics, musicians, poets and raconteurs for three nights in May during Brighton Fringe, to share their stories with us. Wilder Stories: Rhapsodies in Colour promises bold, beautiful, grotesque and intricate story-telling, with each night inspired by a different hue: Blue (Sun 7 May), Red (Sun 21 May) and Green (Sun 28 May).

Included in the evening line-up so far are 2017 Aesthetica Creative Writing Award winner, Christina Sanders (BLUE), musician Nick Harper (RED) and Brighton based musician and writer, Cess Greenness (GREEN).

Wilder Stories will mark the launch of a live podcast series, hosted by poet-musician-activist Chris T-T, and scored by Todd Jordan. Tickets are just £5, and £3 each if you buy a ticket for more than one Wilder Stories event. To get the ball rolling, we got together to share some of our favourite tales in front of the camera.

Pale Blue Dot - Carl Sagan

Here’s our rendition of an excerpt from scientist Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot. Written in 1994, Sagan was inspired to write after urging the crew of Voyager 1 to take an image of Earth during a mission on February 14, 1990. As the spacecraft travelled to the fringes of the solar system, engineers turned around to take a photograph. The resulting image, with the earth a speck less than 0.12 pixels in size, became known as the ‘pale blue dot‘.  Sagan’s writing asserts the sheer vastness of space, and our undeniably-small place within it.

‘Pale Blue Dot’ the image is part of the first ever ‘portrait’ of the solar system taken by Voyager 1 (NASA/JPL) / Artwork by Hannah Broadway for Wilder Stories – Rhapsodies in Colour: BLUE

Check out the full info for Wilder Stories:
BLUE, 7 MAY
RED, 21 MAY
GREEN, 28 MAY

As part of TOM’s venue pledge, we are working with community groups across the city to promise that for every ticket bought for this specially curated series of live-lounge podcasts, we will donate a ticket to someone who can’t afford to go to the theatre.

Staff highlights from 2016 & picks for 2017

2016 is nearly over, and although we’ve lost national treasures and witnessed countless political U-turns, it hasn’t been all bad – at TOM we found bliss in the performing arts.

So, for all you list-lovers out there, here’s a round up of highlights from the year that saw TOM host over 160 events and go digital (#TOMTech). Our wonderful team also share what they’re chomping at the bit to see in 2017. Enjoy.

Tanya  – Operations Manager

2016: BROMANCE
“Hmmmmm…. theatre like this is a must for feel good endorphins.
Amazing acrobatics, laugh out loud wit, strength and grace from the performers. Just pure pleasure from start to finish.”

2017:  THRIVE
“I am really looking forward to Thrive in March – an interesting promenade piece for, and about, young adults dealing with emotional trauma.
I’m curious to see how this will address sensitive issues and how young adults react to them. It’s great that a promenade piece has been created where young adults have an opportunity to become completely immersed in the action. I will definitely be bringing my teenage daughter – if her school doesn’t bring their group along!”

Date & Time: Sat 4 Mar, 6pm & 8pm

Laura – Box Office Manager

2016: GOLEM
“My 2016 highlight was 1927’s production of Golem. It was just the sort of theatrical experience I needed to wash away those January blues. I loved its clever mix of the visual, the emotional and the lyrical. I adore seeing productions that pay so much attention to detail. It blended the wickedly absurd and darkly comical with some real Kafka-esque existentialism thrown in for good measure. Wonderful.”

2017: NEAR GONE
“I’m looking forward to a lot of shows in 2017, but the one that keeps saying ‘come watch me’ and won’t leave me alone is Near Gone by Two Destination Language. I’m intrigued by its Balkan flavour and fusion of emotion, words and languages, and its internal story of survival and the power of the human spirit. It sounds beautiful.”

Date & Time: Wed 29 – Fri 31 Mar, 8pm

Sam – Marketing Manager

2016: DICK TRACY
“There have been so many highlights, but my absolute favourite show has to be Dick Tracy (March 2016), a ludicrous day-glo slapstick adaptation of the classic comic strip, featuring Exeter’s favourite physical comedy troupe Le Navet Bete. I can honestly say I’ve never laughed so much before, and my friend sitting behind me laughed so hard she spilt her wine all over my head. Needless to say we’re now Le Navet Bete fangirls and we can’t wait for their return to TOM in 2017… watch this space!”

2017: POLICE COPS
“To continue the theme, I have to say I need light relief more than ever after the 2016 we’ve had, so I’m most looking forward to more physical comedy silliness. This hilarious genre parody from up-and-coming company The Pretend Men has had sell out runs around the world, won numerous awards and picked up five star reviews like nobody’s business, but to be honest, it had me at the name – which will resonate with many Simpsons fans out there: Police Cops. What’s not to love?”

Date & Time: Wed 22 – Thu 23 Feb, 8pm

James – Development Manager – #TOMtech

2016: vrLAB
“During September’s Brighton Digital Festival, we launched #TOMtech – a programme that celebrates artists who use emerging technologies.  A highlight for me was vrLAB – a four day event featuring 25 different virtual reality experiences.  From the magical woodland world of In The Eyes of The Animal to the intensively high octane racing game, Radial-GvrLAB took over the whole building! The tech team completely re-purposed the venue in an extraordinary way and we think it was a first for a UK arts venue! So cutting edge.”

2017: #TOMtech
“#TOMtech continues for 2017 with new shows, experiences and labs.  One very exciting event will see the return of the excellent Marshmallow Laser Feast, completely re-imagining our venue as a natural habitat with a digital twist.  It’s all under wraps until we launch next year, but I can guarantee you will not believe you are in the same The Old Market.  I can’t wait.”

NEW SEASON: Autumn 2016

This season, as well as our usual menu of theatre, comedy, music and special events, we’ve created a brand new programme called #TOMtech, where we ask theatre makers and tech experts what entertainment looks like right at the edge of new technology.


Adam Buxton’s BUG: David Bowie Special (#TOMtech)
Thu 8 Sep, 7:30pm
Adam Buxton presents a very special BUG show celebrating some of David Bowie’s incredible music video and other on-screen appearances.
More Info & Tickets

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vrLAB (#TOMtech)
Fri 16 – Sat 18 Sep, various times
Taking over the whole building, this is your chance to get hands on with the new generation of virtual reality content. With over 15 different experiences join us for a three-hour session and be one of the first people to experience a world unlike no other.
More Info & Tickets

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Full #TOMtech listings


The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz
Wed 5 – Fri 7 Oct. 7:30pm
Looking for something the whole family can enjoy? The South-West’s much loved physical comedy theatre company Le Navet Bete are back this season with their sell out successful take on the classic tale, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
More Info & Tickets

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Soul Casserole & Club Click
Sat 29 Oct, 9pm
Soul Casserole and Club Click come together for a night of dirty disco, freaky funk and sweet soul, plus live music from the sensational 10-piece band The Soul Steppers.
More Info & Tickets

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The Boy With Tape On His Face is TAPE FACE
Thu 10 – Sat 12 Nov, 7:30pm
Stand-up comedy with no talking, drama with no acting and punch lines with no words. Tape Face is currently wowing the judges and audiences in America’s Got Talent.
More Info & Tickets

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Lake Street Dive + Basia Bulat
Sun 13 Nov
Lake Street Dive return to Europe following sold-out Dublin and London shows, and performances on Later… with Jools Holland and The Late Late Show.
More Info & Tickets

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Full Autumn Listings


 

 

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