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The Venue @ the End of the Universe - Summer Programme

venue universeThe Venue @ the End of the Universe, a music and arts venue in Bispham, has announced its summer programme.

Ian Bailey – 7th July.  Ian Bailey is a singer-songwriter playing acoustic folk and roots music. His albums include Bailey and Tower Songs. Northern Sky music magazine described Tower Songs ab ‘An emotive and accomplished piece of work.’ The music on Tower Songs was composed at Lindeth Tower, Silverdale in Lancashire.

George Nicholas and Friends - 4th August. George Nicholas is a professional artist, muralist and cartoonist and runs a charity to improve the environments for sick and disadvantaged children. Since 2008, he has been transforming his poetry and lyrics into songs and music celebrating the lands, seasons and the soul. Together with other musicians, he performs as Cernunnos Rising. Cernunnos is a magical creature of Celtic mythology. Their music is full of Celtic mythology, magic and mysticism and their recent album is Wild Soul.

Merry Hell - 15th September. Merry Hell is a band that emerged from the ashes of The Tansads, a successful Wigan band of the 1990s who were on the same label as The Levellers. The band play folk-rock and their recent album Blink and You Miss It has been received to critical acclaim. They were nominated for Best Band award in Spiral Earth’s 2012 Awards. The band will play an acoustic set.

Tickets in advance from 07778 742070 or pay on the door, price £5. Doors open at 7.30pm.

The Venue @ the End of the Universe is a music and arts venue based at the Farmers Arms Chorley Road, Bispham near Parbold, L40 3SL.

Links

The Venue at the End of the Universe
Ian Bailey
Cernunnos Rising
Merry Hell




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