Open Mic Night – with Sound Stage Project
More impressive local talent come to the Brewhouse. The ‘Soundstage Project’ is proud to announce another live music event.
This is an open mic night for all musicians wanting to perform. Whatever your style, whatever your ability, if you want to perform live to an audience of passionate music fans, come along and enjoy this famous evening. You just have to turn up and put your name down. But it’s first-come-first-served so get there early.
‘Soundstage Project’ is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers with the aim of nurturing local musical talent and creating a social network for musicians in Burton and surrounding areas. If you like the idea of a thriving music scene in your home town, get involved.
Friday 3rd August 7.00pm £1.00 Bar
The Madhouse: Chris Tye
Chris Tye is one of the best unsigned singer-songwriters on the planet! Definitely contemporary, but with a nod to the past, his songs are perfect, just like his performances. His most recent album, The Paper Grenade received a 5 star review from Maverick Magazine. Miss this and weep!
Saturday 22 August 8pm
£10.00 in advance £12.00 on the door Bar
IN THE GALLERY:-
Steph Trethowan: Journey Through Colour
Gallery Date : Wednesday, July 29, 2015 to Saturday, September 5, 2015
‘Journey through Colour’ tells an emergent story shaped by Impressionism, Fauvism and more modern day painters such as David Hockney. The artists’ interest in the natural world influences her choice of subjects, although these are often used as vehicles of expression for her love of vibrant colour.
Gallery Date: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 to Saturday, September 5, 2015
‘Sound and Social’: July, 30th, 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Debris Design brings together an eclectic mix of contemporary artwork created using recycled and found materials. The exhibition will showcase work by Anna Roebuck and Tracey Parr, alongside other artists who enjoy exploring the creative potential of everyday waste.Debris Design brings together an eclectic mix of contemporary artwork created using recycled and found materials. The exhibition will showcase work by Anna Roebuck and Tracey Parr, alongside other artists who enjoy exploring the creative potential of everyday waste.
Thanks to Helen Taundry for the info.