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The Quaintest Show On Earth 10 Year Anniversary Plus Special Guests
Saturday, 4th March @ 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm£5
This March Tommy Jones AKA Quaintest Show on Earth returns for an intimate performance in the theatre, to celebrate 10 years since the release of their first album! + Special Guests
Quaintest Show on Earth
10th Anniversary Concert with special guests
Quaintest Show on Earth has featured a variety of musicians and songwriters. Playing locally perfecting their show, the artist/s then started to expand by taking it to larger and further afield audiences, including a residency in Japan. They have released 8 albums/ 3 EPs including self made studio recordings that have featured in HMV, legendary live shows, and a soundtrack that has played in ODEON Cinemas. With a brief appearance from 2013 battle of bands champions Stetsons Electric
Also joining the line-up on the night will be some of QSOE’s favourite local artists who will, sharing with you a selection of their finest original music.
Your next chance to see this band in case you missed their show late last year!
Emerging from Wigan, Stanleys are the next in a long line of illustrious musicians to emerge from the North Western town. Bands and artists ranging from George Formby Senior and Junior to The Verve, Starsailor to The Lathums are proud to call Wigan home, eventually taking their poignant songwriting across the rest of the country and Stanleys are set to follow in their footsteps.
Think The Beatles, think Dylan, think Soul and everything in between. Joe Astley is something of a force of nature from his pin sharp attire to his boundless energy, it’s easy to see why this proud Wiganer is a resident artist at the world famous Cavern in Liverpool.
This Standish based acoustic duo perform mainly original material encompassing folk/pop/blues with amazing playing, sweet harmonies and their secret weapon, the Didgeridoo!
Doors / 7:30 pm
Stanleys – 8 pm – 8:30 pm
Joe Astley 8:30 pm – 9 pm
Pelican Babies – 9 pm – 9:30 pm
Quaintest Show on Earth– 9:45 pm – 11-:45 pm