Saturday 20 September 8.00pm £12/£14
Who's Next are the premier tribute to The Who. They capture a magical point in time when many believe that The Who were the greatest rock and roll band on earth. Who's Next's live show aims to recreate this period in the 1970's with the aid of authentic stage wear and instruments. The result is a time machine ride back to the days of Live at Leeds, The Isle of Wight Festival, Tanglewood and the Fillmore shows. It is a must for any Who fan!
The Golden Anniversary Show Greatest Hits set includes all of Pete Townshend's classic pop songs from adrenaline-fuelled Mod classics such as I can't explain, Substitute and Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere to the psychedelic imagery of Tommy's - Pinball Wizard, Sparks and Amazing Journey, not forgetting rock anthems like My Generation, Baba O'Riley and a show-stopping version of Won't Get Fooled Again. The live performance is complimented by a multimedia presentation of images and sounds from the golden era of British rock music!
Click Here - Whos Next - Website
The Subscription Rooms have announced some of the best in local and national folk acts for the 2014 Stroud Folk Festival taking place on Fri 26 Sept – Sat 27 Sept . Following a ceilidh on Friday night, alongside Jim Moray and “Horizon” BBC Folk Award and Spiral Awards nominees Lady Maisery on Saturday, there will be the very splendid Heg and the Wolf Chorus, this year’s Bristol Folk Festival Isambard Award winner, Chris Cleverley, a bit of folk roots from The Willows, last year’s Five Valley Folk Award winners, The Black Feathers and, opening Saturday’s proceedings, local stars Folklaw.
£10.00 SESSION TICKETS NOW RELEASED: Session 1 Folklaw, Cottillion, The Willows. Session 2 Heg & The Wolf Chorus, Chris Cleverly, Lady Maisery. Session 3 Black Feathers, , Jim Moray.
More Information - Stroud Folk Festival
The café bar is open daily from 10am for teas, coffees, bacon sandwiches,
light lunches and snacks, also beers and wines from the local area and
beyond. Free wifi is available and the 42” TV shows major live sporting
events. There is a monthly New Theatre session on a Friday night and regular live music from local acoustic and electronic artists. The bar is open before and after all performances and late every Friday and Saturday.
Mr Twitchett’s Coffee House and Bar is named after Harry Twitchett, a
caretaker at the Subscription Rooms who came to Stroud from Shoreditch
with his family in 1889. After 20 years’ service, Harry died tragically in the
Sub Rooms and was buried in the Old Cemetery in the town.
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